Anxiety

 

The Link Between Anxiety and Shame: Q&A With Author Rex Briggs

March 20, 2012

Introduction Rex Briggs, MSW is a nationally recognized speaker, trainer and author of the book Transforming Anxiety, Transcending Shame. Rex...

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Supporting Abuse Victims with Psychological First Aid

May 17, 2011

By John D. Weaver, MSW, LCSW, BCD, ACSW, CBHE   Introduction Someone you know has just shared his or her story of having been physically,...

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Anxiety and PTSD in Latino Children of Immigrants: The INS Raid Connection to the Development of These Disorders

July 13, 2009

By Maria Elisa Cuadra, LCSW-R, ACSW, CASAC, CPP, CPS Introduction Anxiety Disorders Summary Introduction For many...

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Disaster Mental Health

February 12, 2007

By John D. Weaver, MSW, LCSW, BCD, ACSW, CBHE   Introduction Typical Reactions to...

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Coping With Terrorism

August 23, 2006

By Lynn Hagan, PsyD, CTRS, LCSW   NOTE: Lynn Hagan is a social worker who lived and worked in Kuwait for five years. As part of her duties...

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When Terrorism Strikes: What Parents Can Do

August 23, 2006

By Lynn Hagan, PsyD, CTRS, LCSW   NOTE: Lynn Hagan is a social worker who lived and worked in Kuwait for five years. As part of her duties she...

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Hypnosis: An Effective Alternative Treatment

August 1, 2006

By Jeanne Clark, MSW, LCSW Introduction Brief History of Medical Hypnosis What Is Hypnosis? A State of...

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The Value of “Self Talk”

July 17, 2006

By John Dauer, LCSW, ACSW Introduction Present Tense Think...

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About Anxiety Attacks

July 7, 2006

By Diane Palmer, MSW, LCSW   Introduction What Is an Anxiety Attack? How Common Are Panic Attacks How Are Panic...

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Anxiety Real Life Story – Panic Attack Can Seem Like Heart Attack

May 4, 2006

By Terry Rindfleisch   Introduction Out of the blue, Linda Hartwich feels like she is having a heart attack. The 46-year-old La Crosse area...

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