Think through the last few years and check the ones that apply to you.
Are you experiencing excessive worry or fear? These could be signs of an anxiety disorder. Learn more about anxiety symptoms and how to manage them.
Are you feeling overwhelmed and stressed out? Use this anxiety checklist to identify your triggers and manage your symptoms effectively.
Worried about anxiety? Use this handy checklist to identify common symptoms and take the first step towards managing your anxiety.
Do you struggle with anxiety? This checklist will help you identify common thoughts that may be fueling your anxiety and provide tips for managing them.
This specific skill-building exercise will review 22 different strategies to reduce anxiety, increase productivity, bring increased relaxation, and support your recovery.
This PowerPoint includes an overview of treatment for anxiety disorders. Learn how to produce the relaxation response to counteract stress, worry, and anxiety and bring your system back into balance. (Slide count: 70)
Using this presentation, you’ll create a 12-part anxiety management plan to help you relax, tolerate frustration, and eliminate stressors in your life. (Slide count: 53)
What is Social Anxiety? Social anxiety disorder is best defined as an excessive fear of social situations and affects between two and thirteen percent of the US population. About one…
Trying to Reduce Anxiety In a co-occurring disorder treatment program, people come with a variety of mental health and substance abuse issues including social phobia and generalized anxiety. At first…
In this lesson we’ll explore social anxiety, the impact of substance use, treatment options, and offer ten ways to face your fears and strategies to face your fears.
Explore the common types of anxiety disorders and their treatment. You will have the chance to evaluate your own anxiety and find ways to manage it.
Strategize ways to
Everyone gets anxious, worried, and has occasional fears. Anxiety disorders are different. Anxiety disorders refer to a wide range of difficulties characterized by disabling levels of dread, worry, and anxiety that is not brief or passing. In co-occurring disorders, as anxiety increases, the need to escape the discomfort propels the addict to use alcohol or drugs to reduce the tension and stress and cope with the anxiety. In this lesson we will examine the six main types of anxiety disorders including: Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, Social anxiety Disorder, Specific phobia, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. This skill builder exercise provides checklists to identify symptoms in each of the six major anxiety categories.
Social anxiety disorder is best defined as an excessive fear of social situations and affects between two and thirteen percent of the US population. About one out of five patients with social anxiety disorder also suffer from an alcohol or substance use disorder. One common theory supposes that alcohol is a means of coping with social fear and anxiety. Many believe alcohol reduces feelings of tension, awkwardness, and lowers inhibitions, thus making it easier to interact in a social setting. This lesson outlines the signs and symptoms of social anxiety and reveals common, everyday experiences where social anxiety may occur. Learn how substance use and social anxiety interact with each other, and discover nine coping strategies that decrease anxiety responses and really work.
In another lesson we examined the symptoms of the six main types of anxiety disorders including: Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder, Specific Phobia, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Because untreated anxiety disorders often predict problems in obtaining and maintaining sobriety, it is vital to successfully manage anxiety symptoms. In this lesson we will look at a wide variety of useful tips and techniques that can be used with any of the anxiety disorders. This specific skill-building exercise will review 22 different strategies to reduce anxiety, increase productivity, bring increased relaxation, and support your recovery.