Association for Behavioral and

Cognitive Therapies Provides information about cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), a form of psychotherapy that is effective for many individuals with anxiety disorders. The web site includes fact sheets about various clinical problems, including anxiety disorders, and a directory of therapists who offer CBT.

Anxiety and Depression Association of America

Information and resources for individuals with anxiety disorders and their families. The website includes a directory of doctors and therapists who treat anxiety disorders, information about support groups, and other resources.

International Society for Traumatic

Stress Studies Organization devoted to advancing knowledge about the effects of severe stress and trauma. The website includes information for the general public such as trauma resources and public education pamphlets.

American Psychological Association

Professional organization for psychologists. The website offers a wide range of information and resources related to mental health issues, including a”find a psychologist” function.

National Institutes of Mental

Health Provides funding for research on mental health problems such as anxiety disorders. The website provides information about mental health issues, including a listing of ongoing clinical trials for individuals who may be interested in participating in a research study.

National Social Anxiety Center (NSAC)

The National Social Anxiety Center (NSAC) is comprised of a group of regional mental health treatment clinics. It is established with the intent of making the highest quality evidence-based psychotherapy services to treat social anxiety available to those in need. We do this through research, collaboration, dissemination, and education to the public.