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The Anatomy of Anxiety

Anatomy & functional areas of the brain

Just what are anxiety disorders anyway? Anxiety disorders are the commonest psychiatric illnesses globally. And while there is no cure for anxiety disorders, there are very effective treatments available with a good evidence base. Includes DSM5 info.

Personality Traits that may lead to mental illness Infographic -- This is a helpful chart to keep yourself and your mental and emotional states in healthy balance. Do you see yourself here?

nice chart

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Hyperactivity, impulsiveness and inattention are just "The Tip of the ADHD Iceberg" (View only) See www.chrisdendy.com for more from this respected author and speaker on education and ADHD.

The Cycle of Anxiety

Anatomy of the Brain anatomy poster depicts base and right side views of arteries of the brain as well as venous sinuses.

Weighted sash. 5-10% of body weight. Acts as a big hug and helps to calm & focus over stimulated children.

Anxiety Worksheets


List of things you can do for yourself to help with your anxiety overall. www.healthyplace.com/blogs/anxiety-schmanxiety/2012/05/ten-activities-t-get-rid-of-anxiety/

Fear and anxiety are common to tinnitus sufferers, especially when initially stricken. #fear #anxiety #tinnitus

Psychopath or sociopath

Self Soothing Eating Disorder recovery Anxiety things to put in your toolbox

Overlapping Behavioral Characteristics & Related Mental Health Diagnoses in Children -- this is a GREAT chart for parents who are trying to figure out what actions of their kiddo is what part of mental health (many parents have children with multiple diagnoses and are trying to figure out "is this behavior the ADHD or the anxiety?, etc."

21 anxiety management tips to help you cope with stress, anxiety, panic and PTSD. www.HealthyPlace.com

Language and the brain.

Book review: Overcoming Anxiety in Children and Teens by Dr. Jed Baker By Connie Hammer

HD/jHD: Facing mental illness [Infographic]