Friday's Progress Notes
Mental health information
Vol. 2 Issue 19 - May 1, 1998
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1. National Anxiety Disorders Screening Day
2. Anxiety Disorders
3. Nightmares and children's anxiety
4. Practice guideline for the treatment of panic disorders
5. The anxious child
6. Anger and trauma
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National Anxiety Screening Day is Wednesday, May 6, 1998. According to the National
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1. SCREENING FOR MENTAL HEALTH
National Anxiety Disorders Screening Day
is held to educate and screen for five anxiety
2. NATIONAL INSTITUTE
OF MENTAL HEALTH
This is a national education campaign developed to increase awareness about anxiety
disorders among the public and health care professionals.
Nightmare Remedies: Helping Your Child Tame the Demons of the Night
Unfortunately, the raw terror that lingers after a nightmare may accentuate a child's insecurity and bring on anxiety for hours or even days afterward.
4. AMERICAN PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION
Practice Guideline for the Treatment of Patients With Panic Disorder
These guidelines provide recommendations for clinicians who treat patients with panic
ACADEMY OF CHILD ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY
The Anxious Child
Anxiety in children is expected and normal at specific times in development.
6. NATIONAL CENTER FOR PTSD
Anger and Trauma
Anger helps people cope with life's adversities by providing us with increased energy to persist in the face of obstacles. However, uncontrolled anger can lead to a continued sense of being out of control of oneself and can create multiple problems in the personal lives of those who suffer from PTSD.
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