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  1. ABC's of Anxiety

    Anxiety can impact the lives of children, teens (and adults!), in the following 6 ways: Affect: Emotionally and ...

    admin - 2018/04/05 - 11:04am

  2. Exposure Therapy for PTSD

    Adults with PTSD often will find themselves avoiding situations that are ...

    admin - 2017/07/26 - 9:33am

  3. Optional Tools

    ... that challenge you in unique ways. For example, some adults struggle with social situations, finding they lack communication skills. ...

    admin - 2018/09/19 - 12:12pm

  4. Child or Teen Generalized Anxiety Disorder

    ... continue to suffer from an anxiety problem when they are adults. * Many children with GAD also have other anxiety problems. The most ...

    admin - 2015/05/28 - 2:19pm

  5. Agoraphobia

    What is Agoraphobia? Adults with agoraphobia avoid situations where they think they will not be ...

    admin - 2017/12/13 - 10:55am

  6. Feature: Body Focused Repetitive Behaviours

    ... pets, such as cats and dogs. Children are less likely than adults to pull from multiple sites, often favoring a single location. ... the section on our website - https://www.anxietycanada.com/adults/body-focused-repetitive-behaviours ...

    Mel - 2018/09/19 - 12:12pm

  7. Anxiety Canada In the Community - Kwantlen Polytechnic University's Pieces of Mind Mental Health Conference

    ... Dr. Ionita provided an overview about anxiety in young adults and discussed what strategies and resources students can use to help ...

    Mel - 2018/09/19 - 11:30am

  8. Intolerance of Uncertainty

    ... of uncertainty. Anxious people, particularly those adults who worry excessively, are more likely to be very  intolerant of ...

    admin - 2018/09/19 - 12:12pm

  9. Derealization

    ... can be quite scary, and the experience can cause some adults to fear that there is something dreadfully wrong with them either ...

    admin - 2018/09/19 - 12:12pm

  10. Selective Mutism

    ... or even angry when asked questions by unfamiliar adults or when s/he feels uncomfortable. Uses gestures like pointing, ...

    admin - 2018/09/19 - 12:12pm