Trauma / PTSD

Anxiety is the most common mental health disorder in the United States but less than 25% of Americans with anxiety disorders receive any kind of treatment for their condition. The five most common anxiety conditions are:

Panic Disorder – recurrent, unexpected attack of acute anxiety, typically peaking within 10 minutes but possibly lasting much longer. Such panic may occur in a familiar situation, such as a crowded elevator or flying in an airplane, but often the cause seems unclear.


Generalized Anxiety Disorder – excessive anxiety or worry, occurring more days than not for six months or more.


Obsessive Compulsive Disorder – a preoccupation with specific thoughts, images and/or impulses, sometimes accompanied by behavioral and/or thinking rituals (repetitive behaviors).


Specific Phobia – consuming fear of a specific object or situation, often accompanied by extreme anxiety symptoms.


Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) – repeated, anxious reliving of an event that entailed experiencing or witnessing a  traumatic event such as violence, emotional or bodily harm, or death.

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