Is Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) an anxious temperament, a symptom of another disorder, or a valid disorder on its own? In Part One of our November series on anxiety, we trace the history of GAD from Sigmund Freud to DSM-5. With over two dozen choices, it isn't easy to pick a medication for GAD. The forthcoming issue of The Carlat Psychiatry Report includes a research update of a network meta-analysis sought to answer this question.
Date Published: 11/4/19
Duration: 18 minutes, 16 seconds
Articles Referenced: "Pharmacology for GAD: Complex Choices," The Carlat Psychiatry Report, November/December 2019