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Generalised anxiety disorder (GAD)
Generalised anxiety disorder (GAD) is a type of anxiety disorder characterised by uncontrollable worry that impacts on day-to-day life.
Generalised Anxiety Program
The Generalised Anxiety Program is an online program to learn practical strategies for managing persistent and hard-to-control worry and generalised anxiety
Excessive worry is not a short-lived worry about a challenging situation, but is constant or out-of-proportion worrying about multiple areas of life.
Anxiety and Depression Program
The Anxiety and Depression Program is an online program created to reduce feelings of anxiety and depression. Suitable for all ages. Learn more here.
Phobias are persistent, irrational fears. Learn more about phobias from trusted sources.
Anxiety in children
Anxiety is a normal part of life that can sometimes affect children. Learn more about the signs of anxiety in children and how to help them.
Anxiety in teenagers
Anxiety disorder can be especially serious for teenagers as they are still developing. Learn more about how anxiety can affect teenagers and how to get help.
Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT)
Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapy (talk therapy) that helps a person to identify and change unhealthy or damaging thinking habits.
Antidepressant medications treat depression, anxiety and related conditions. They should only be used in consultation with a doctor.
People with anxiety disorders may be unable to stop worrying about seemingly unimportant things, and perceive situations as being worse than they are.