Twenty-five percent of all American adults, experience some form of anxiety, depression or other mental disorder, in any given year.
Dr. Daniel B. Nicholas December 9, 2012 An interesting way to consider anxiety disorders was recently suggested to me at a recent Harvard Medical School training course. In essence, anxiety disorders can be divided into 3 different levels of mental arousal. Anxiety disorders characterized by continuous arousal or chronic hyperarousal or worry include generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), and obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).In GAD, the content of the worry tends […]
Many parents bring their child or teenager to counseling because they are experiencing frequent depressed, anxious, and/or angry and irritable moods. Concentration problems, variable school performance or academic underachievement, can be other signs that something is wrong.