- Free Anxiety Resources Online
- TREATMENT & THERAPY SERVICES
- ANXIETY TESTS
- BLOG POSTS
- FREE ANXIETY WORKSHEETS AND HANDOUTS
- PROGRESSIVE RELAXATION
- MEDITATION FOR ANXIETY
- BLACK, INDIGENOUS, AND PEOPLE OF COLOR (BIPOC) COMMUNITIES
- ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES
- TED TALKS
- ANXIETY PINTEREST BOARDS
- YOUTUBE CHANNELS FOR ANXIETY
Free Anxiety Resources Online
Samaritans UK: Support for those experiencing emotional distress. Phone: 116 123 (free 24-hour helpline)
Mind UK: Provides views and needs of people with mental illness. Phone: 0300 123 3393 (Mon-Fri, 9am-6pm)
Anxiety UK: Support for people with Anxiety. Phone: 08444 775 774 (Mon-Fri, 9.30am-5.30pm)
No Panic UK: Support for people who suffer from panic attacks and OCD. Phone: 0844 967 4848 (daily, 10am-10pm)
OCD UK: Information and support for people with OCD. Phone: 0845 390 6232 (Mon-Fri, 9.30am-5pm)
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Helpline: Information and support for people suffering from mental illness. Phone: 1-800-950-NAMI (6264) (Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST)
Crisis Text Line: Support and guidance via text message, for people with mental illness. Text: “home” to 741741
TREATMENT & THERAPY SERVICES
Psychology Today: A directory that helps you sort treatment providers by specialty, insurance, and location.
Counselling Directory – A UK directory connecting you to local counselors and psychotherapists.
7 Cups Of Tea – an online service with thousands of volunteer listeners stepping up to lend a friendly ear.
Only a mental health professional can help you determine what anxiety disorder you may be suffering from. These tests cannot and should not serve as an official diagnosis.
- Anxiety and Depression Association of America: Screening for Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
- Social Anxiety Institute: Do I Have Social Anxiety Disorder?
- Mental Health America: Anxiety Test
- Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA); 240-485-1001
- National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH); 866-615-6464
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Division of Mental Health (CDC); 800-CDC-INFO (800-232-4636)
- American Psychological Association; 800-374-2721
- American Psychiatric Association; 800-357-7924
National Institute of Mental Health’s Shareable Resources on Anxiety Disorders: Informational graphics to help raise awareness about stress and anxiety that you can download or share on Facebook.
HealthMatch complete guide about anxiety: This guide includes an overview of the symptoms, causes, treatments, and prevention, and answers to uncommon questions about anxiety.
- Beating Generalized Anxiety Disorder Without Drugs: 10 Practical CBT Exercises to Stop Intrusive & Anxious Thoughts
- How to Defeat Social Anxiety and Build Confidence?
- 10 Powerful Techniques To Control Your Negative Thoughts
- Treating Phobias with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): How to Overcome Fears and Phobias For Good?
- How to Deal With Panic Attacks? 9 Steps to Overcome Panic Attacks and Agoraphobia
- Anxiety Relief: How to Treat Anxious Symptoms and Thoughts Effectively?
FREE ANXIETY WORKSHEETS AND HANDOUTS
- Alphabet of Stress Management and Coping Skills | (Source: Ramapo College of New Jersey)
- Anxiety Canada: Free Downloadable PDF Resources | (Source: Anxiety Canada)
- Downloads (Patient Resources) | (Source: Michigan Medicine)
- Panic Attack Worksheets | (Source: Inner Health Studio)
- Stress Management | (Source: Inner Health Studio)
Download two progressive relaxation tapes from the Hobart and William Smith Colleges website.
MEDITATION FOR ANXIETY
Social Anxiety Support Forums – A forum community dedicated to people with social anxiety.
BLACK, INDIGENOUS, AND PEOPLE OF COLOR (BIPOC) COMMUNITIES
Asian Mental Health Collective this website features an Asian, Pacific Islander, and South Asian American therapist directory and aims to normalize and destigmatize mental health within the Asian community.
Inclusive Therapists helps “center the needs of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and the LGBTQIA2S+ community” while respecting the neurodiversity spectrum and advocating “for mental health care accessibility for people with disabilities or disabled people.”
- National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health: Anxiety
- Anxiety.org: Complementary and Alternative Treatments for Anxiety
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Moodfit (Android/iphone): a free mental health app whose tools and insight are meant to “shape up” your mood. Moodfit also helps you learn new skills, like gratitude and mindfulness, in just a few minutes per day.
MoodMission (Android/iphone): the app helps people dealing with stress, anxiety, or depression. It recommends “missions” based on how the user is feeling. These missions include:
- Emotion-based activities like breathing exercises
- Behavior-based activities like learning how to knit, crochet, or sew
- Physical activities such as push-ups
- Thought-based activities such as learning how to reframe negative thoughts
Happify (Android/iphone): a fun app that will keep you engaged while also boosting your mood. The games in the app are science-based activities meant to reduce stress, build resilience, and overcome negative thoughts.
Shine (Android/iphone): a female-focused, self-care app that helps users “rest, heal and grow through difficulty.” It delivers motivational messages through text and audio. Shine also offers an inclusive community so you can connect with other members.
Breathwrk (iphone): The app presents a collection of breathing exercises based on your goal: falling asleep, feeling relaxed, feeling energized, and alleviating stress.
Dare — Break Free From Anxiety (Android/iphone): The app walks you through audio recordings to help you sit comfortably with your anxiety rather than avoiding it and making it worse. It gives you something to focus on while you breathe deeply, and other additional helpful content.
AntiStress Anxiety Relief Game (Android/iphone): The app includes little, fun distractions like bubble wrap popping, fidget spinners, pen clicking, soap carving, and many more, to help take your mind off what’s making you anxious.
Anxiety Relief Hypnosis (Android): The app includes science-backed tools and techniques meant to help soothe your anxiety, relieve stress, PTSD, and OCD.
Don’t Believe Everything You Think : Lauren Weinstein
3 Ways To Cope With Anxiety : Olivia Remes
How I Live With High-Functioning Anxiety : Jordan Raskopoulos
Be The Warrior Not The Worrier – Angela Ceberano
Breaking Free From Anxiety : Mel Schwartz
Getting Stuck In The Negatives (And How To Get Unstuck) : Alison Ledgerwood
ANXIETY PINTEREST BOARDS
YOUTUBE CHANNELS FOR ANXIETY
Anxiety United: The channel has plenty of archive videos with information on anxiety and panic disorder along with vlog episodes featuring real-time exposure therapy treatments of anxiety and agoraphobia.
Anxiety Canada: A registered charity and non-profit organization, Anxiety Canada provides resources for anxiety treatment, recovery.
The Anxiety Guy: Dennis Simsek – A former professional tennis player who suffered greatly with health anxiety, generalized anxiety disorder, panic attacks and performance anxiety on the tennis court reveals his secrets to overcoming his challenges.
Nature Relaxation Films: Nature Relaxation™ offers soothing videos of nature scenes from Norway, Greece, and the Caribbean that might be helpful for those struggling with anxiety.
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