Audio & Video Media


 

"Chronic Anxiety and Mood Disorders." The Brainwaves Video Anthology, YouTube, Aired 10/06/2017. (watch)

NBC News, New York, Aired 03/27/2013. 

National Public Radio, Lenonard Lopate Show, Aired 3/23/2012. (listen) 

National Public Radio, Where we Live (with John Dankosky), Aired 12/12/2008. (listen) 

National Public Radio, Where we Live (with John Dankosky), Aired 12/30/2009. (listen) 

Discovery Mental Health Awareness Week-Facebook Q&A - for ADAA, May 2, 2010. 

MonkeySee GAD fact videos for ADAA, Recording took place April 30, 2010. (watch)
 

 

Print & Online Media


 

Petersen, A. (2019). Anxiety looks different in men. Wall Street Journal, Retrieved July 30th, 2019, from (link)

Brooks, M. (2019). CBT bests supportive psychotherapy for body dysmorphic disorder. Medscape. Retrieved March 9th, 2019, from (link)

Mooney, K. (2019, February). Pick a Side Job That Gets You Away From Your Screen, Lifehacker, Retrieved February 19th, 2019, from (link).

Huber, M. F. (2018, December). What I learned from a running therapy session. Outside, Retrieved December 22nd, 2018, from (link)

Winerman, L. (2018, December). The top 10 journal articles. APA Monitor, pp. 39-44.

Levine. D. (2018, December). Can certain personality traits protect against anxiety and depression? US News and World Report, Retrieved November 30th, 2018, from (link)

Harris, M. (2017, March/April). Worried Sick: Anxiety disorders take a toll on body and mind (cover story). CMA Today, pp. 12-20.

Syrtash, A. (2016). 6 Signs You're in a Toxic Friendship. Glamour Magazine. Published March 9, 2016. Retrieved March 9th, 2016, from (link)

Syrtash, A. (2015, December). How to Survive Engagement Season When You’re Single. Glamour Magazine. Retrieved December 19th, 2015, from (link)

Agence France-Presse. (2015, November). United by trauma 14 years apart: New York and Paris. Retrieved November 23rd, 2015, from (link)

Orlando, M., & Goldman, B. (2015, November). Anxiety goes to college. Houstonia Magazine. Retrieved November 3rd, 2015, from (link)

Hinde, N. (2015, August). Anxiety disorders explained: Symptoms of the UK’s most common mental health problem. Huffington Post UK. Retrieved November 23rd, 2015, from (link)

Combe, R. (2014). The Anxiety Closet. Elle Magazine. Published February, 2014. (link) 

Savoie, K. (2012). How To Live Fearlessly: 4 tricks to banish your mental monsters. Prevention Magazine. Published August, 2012. (link) 

Miller, L. (2012). Listening to Xanax. New York Magazine. Published March, 2012. (link) 

Syrtash, A. (2011, October). Crushed. MSN News. Retrieved October 20th, 2011, from (link) 

Psychiatry Weekly, Interview, Recording took place May 14, 2010; First published in Psychiatry Weekly, Volume 5, Issue 14, on June 14, 2010 

Brauser, D. (2010, February). GAD Patients Less Able to Regulate Response to Negative Emotions. Medscape, Retrieved February 16th, 2010, from (link) 

Stern, V. (2009). Why We Worry. Scientific American Minds, Published November/December 2009. 

Basler, B. (2009, May). Stress…Why its making you sick. AARP Bulletin Today. Retrieved May 5th, 2009, from (link) 

Reinberg, S. (2009). Antidepressant Eases Anxiety in Older Adults. US News & World Report. Published January 20th, 2009. 

Fischer, E. (2008). Yoga to relieve holiday stress. The Stamford Advocate, Published December 22nd, 2008. 

Katz, A. (2003). Something to talk about: Worry and anxiety can prompt non-stop chatter. New Haven Register. Published June 22nd, 2003. 

York, T. (2003). 24-hour war coverage is exciting, addictive, worrisome 'reality TV' (cover article). New Haven Register. Published March 28th, 2003. 

Sykes, C. (2003). Welcome to the age of anxiety. Health and You, 19, 12-13. 

Reuters Health. (2003, April). Baseline worry levels may predict response to traumatic event. Reuters Newswire, Retrieved April 9th, 2003, from (link) 

DeNoon, Daniel. (2003, March). Anxiety rises as threat of war nears: Uncertainty keeps nation’ nerves on edge (cover article). WebMD, Retrieved March 17th, 2003, from (link) 

DeNoon, Daniel. (2002, October). Age of (even more) anxiety: To worry is human; to carry on, divine (cover article). WebMD, Retrieved October 16th, 2002, from (link) 

Freinkel, S. (2002). Worried?: How to soothe your fears. RealSimple, Dec 2002/Jan 2003, pp. 178-185.