Anxiety Disorder

Expert Q&A

Acting Out: Is It Anxiety?

Topics: Anxiety Disorder | Child Psychiatry

CCPR: We see so many kids who are acting out. Can you begin by telling us about how anxiety can be hidden in oppositional or other acting-out behavior? Dr. Glovinsky: I see that all the time. What you’re bringing up are two groups. One group looks like oppositional behavior with comorbid anxiety underneath. The other is a group of kids who are hav

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Research Update

Is D-Cycloserine Useful for Panic Disorder Treatment Augmentation?

Topics: Anxiety Disorder | Research Update

Review of: Hofmeijer-Sevink MK et al, J Clin Psychopharmacol 2017;37(5):531–539 The mainstay of current treatment for panic disorder involves SSRIs and psychotherapy, specifically either cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) or exposure with response prevention (ERP) therapy. D-cycloserine (DCS) is a partial N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor agonis

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Research Update

Can Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Affect Symptom Outcomes in Older Adults?

Topics: Anxiety Disorder | Research Update

Review of: Wetherell JL et al, J Clin Psychiatry;78(7):e734–e743 Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) is a formalized combination of mindfulness meditation, body awareness, and yoga. The technique has been shown to help with symptoms of depression and anxiety, and some preliminary small studies have hinted that it might improve both memory and

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Article

ConsumerLab.com: Guiding Patients Toward OTCs That Won’t Hurt Them

Topics: Anxiety Disorder | Natural Medications | Practice Tools and Tips

“It’s rare that my patients don’t at some point or another try an over-the-counter sleep aid, anxiety preparation, or antidepressant supplement,” says TCPR board member Richard Gardiner, MD, who practices psychiatry in Mendocino County, California. While supplements may be helpful—we covered this topic in TCPR’s November/December 2016 issue

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Psychopharmacology in Jails: An Introduction [Free Article]