ADAA -Now on Instagram!

By popular demand! ADAA just launched its new Instagram platform where we will share new anxiety, depression and co-occurring disorders resources, personal stories of triumph, fundraisers by our followers, program updates, news and much more. Follow us today @triumphoveranxiety to view our current posts and stay tuned for new and exciting content!

If you would like your personal story featured on our Instagram account, please contact us
Personal Story Of Triumph: 
I Beat Anxiety & Depression
"My name is Kellene Diana and I used to struggle with anxiety and depression. Nobody understood or wanted to understand; in fact they called me names and passed judgment before they even knew what I was going through. It made me so afraid to speak up and speak out about it that it completely silenced me for years. Read more .

Interested in sharing your personal story of triumph with anxiety, depression, or co-occurring disorders? Contact for more information.

Recent ADAA Webinars
by Ali B. Klein, BA and Michelle Bovin, PhD

Applying to graduate school can be both an exciting an overwhelming experience. It can be difficult to decide when it is the right time to apply, which type of program is the best fit for your personal goals, and how to identify and communicate with potential advisers, amongst other challenges. In this webinar, a current graduate student and a VA research psychologist will provide guidance by discussing the "dos and don'ts" of applying to graduate school as well as sharing their experiences with the process. Register to watch this free webinar by ADAA professional members.

Other recent webinars and blog posts:
Michelle Lozano, MFT
Light on Anxiety Treatment Center
Chicago, IL
Michelle's treatment approach includes Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Integrative System Therapy (IST), mindfulness techniques and psychoeducation. Michelle received her Master of Marriage and Family Therapy from Northwestern University-Evanston, IL, and her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Loyola University Chicago.

Learn about what she values most about her ADAA membership: 

"I became involved with ADAA right around this time last year. I chose membership with ADAA because of how thorough and expansive the information and resources they share are. If you are looking for something related to anxiety and depression, you'll find it with ADAA. " Read more
Search ADAA's Find a Therapist online directory (all professional members of ADAA). 
Have questions about how to choose the right therapist for you? Check out   ADAA's Choosing a Therapist website page.
ADAA's English and Spanish HealthUnlocked Communities
ADAA's anonymous peer-to-peer online anxiety and depression support group is a friendly, safe and supportive place for individuals and their families to share information and experiences. Join today!

Grupo anónimo peer-to-peer línea de apoyo ansiedad y la depresión de ADAA es un lugar agradable, seguro y de apoyo para los individuos y sus familias para compartir información y experiencias.  ¡Suscríbete hoy!
ADAA Member Publications

Our ADAA professional members author excellent self-help books about anxiety, depression and co-occurring disorders. 
ADAA Store
All purchases benefit ADAA's Free Educational Resources. Thank you!

Facing Panic: 
Self-Help for People With Panic Attacks 

Triumph Over Shyness: 
Conquering Social Anxiety Disorder  

ADAA college stress relief kits are perfect gifts for your new college student and support ADAA at the same time! Kits include fidget toys and more.
September 2018
Rogers Behavioral Health

Taking Action - Raising Awareness: 
Sabrina's Poster Design
"I designed my poster with the intent of showing that reaching happiness was possible; healing was possible. The bottom half of the poster represents the soul being trapped, surrounded by darker colors. I hoped to achieve what an individual might feel like facing a mental disorder alone.   Read more .

Interested in starting a fundraiser to support ADAA's mission? Contact for more information.
From Our Partners
Tonic -

At Tonic we've noticed that our readers have been clicking on stories about mental health in greater numbers than any other articles. Also, researchers have been finding that young people are more anxious and depressed than any previous generations. 

Since this is our current reality, and since it can feel pretty unmanageable to share brain space with anxiety and depression, Tonic writers and editors have spent a lot of time looking into how to deal. Now, we've linked up with ADAA to bring you Coping, the newsletter.

Coping will share stories about our worst mental states, and what tools and strategies can work for alleviating them-breathing exercises, therapy, medication, cake-icing videos, you name it. Plus, our ADAA partner Michelle Lozano, MFT (featured in this Triumph issue) will answer your mental health questions (email us at Sign up to have Coping arrive in your inbox weekly. 

ADAA Members in the News
ADAA resources, programs and initiatives as well as many ADAA member experts are frequently quoted/highlighted in national and international news platforms. 

Recent Articles:  
Fundraising with Facebook
Did you know that you can start your own personal fundraiser on Facebook? You and your Facebook friends can support causes that are important to you (like ADAA!) by raising funds and awareness without leaving Facebook! 
Have a question? Interested in learning more about a particular topic? Want to share your story?  Please send us an email.   We would love to hear from you. 

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