Adults

Generalized Anxiety Disorder, or GAD, is an anxiety disorder that affects about 5% of the population. People with GAD worry excessively and uncontrollably about daily life events and activities. They often experience uncomfortable physical symptoms...
Most people do not recognize their anxiety for what it is, and instead think there is something "wrong" with them. Some people are preoccupied with the symptoms of anxiety (e.g. stomach aches, increased heart rate, shortness of breath, etc.). Others...
Social anxiety disorder is one of the most common anxiety disorders, affecting between 7 and 13% of the population. People with social anxiety disorder tend to feel quite nervous or uncomfortable in social situations. They are very concerned that...
Are you afraid to fly? Do needles make you nervous? Do you avoid dental appointments, elevators, or contact with spiders because you are scared? If so, you may have a phobia. Phobias are intense fears about specific places, situations or things....
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is an anxiety disorder that can develop after an individual has experienced or witnessed a major trauma. There are many different types of symptoms that someone can have after a trauma, but PTSD symptoms fall into 3...
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder that affects about 1-2% of the population. People with OCD experience both obsessions and compulsions. * Obsessions are unwanted and disturbing thoughts, images, or impulses that suddenly...
Panic disorder is an anxiety disorder that affects about 3.5% of the population. People with panic disorder experience unexpected and repeated panic attacks. They become terrified that they may have more attacks and fear that something bad will...
This introductory video explains how to create a My Anxiety Plan (MAP). This video will explain how to navigate through the session-to-session guide and how to use the tools offered in MAP.
This video reviews Part 1 of Creating a MAP and provides general information that applies to all anxiety and related problems. The OBJECTIVE of the sessions outlined here in PART 1, is to help you become an expert in how anxiety works and to prepare...
This video reviews Part 2 of Creating a MAP where you will learn about what happens in the brain and body when we are anxious. There is plenty of information to help you meet this section's objective of becoming an expert on anxiety.
This video reviews Part 3 of Creating a MAP and will help you to learn the ways thinking can impact anxiety, making it worse or making it better. You will learn a variety of “thinking” tools designed to reduce unwanted or excessive anxiety.
This video reviews Part 4 & 5 of Creating a MAP with the objective of helping you to confront your anxiety, and to no longer let anxiety be the boss. You will learn, through a gradual, step-by-step process, how to face your fears one by one,...
This video demonstrates how to create a personalized My Anxiety Plan (MAP). You may use this section if the templates system used in Parts 1 to 4 are not an option for you, or you are unsure of what anxiety disorder or type of anxiety your child has...
This video demonstrates how to create a My Anxiety Plan (MAP). This video will explain how to navigate through the session-to-session guide and how to use the tools offered in MAP.