Panic Disorder information and tools are organized here, with links to additional resources. Individuals being treated for Panic Disorder may also be struggling with depression, substance abuse, or any number of other physical and/or mental health conditions. You may find the self-help information posted under other behavioral health categories on this web site to be helpful.
Fact Sheets and Handouts
Helping a Family Member: Anxiety Disorders Association of America Tips
Some things family members can do to help a loved one diagnosed with an anxiety disorder.
Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
How Can I Get Him to Seek Help: Talking Points for Women
Courage to Care Fact Sheet
Books & Workbooks
Mastery of Your Anxiety and Panic (MAP-3) Client Workbook for Agoraphobia
M.G. Craske & D.H. Barlow (2000)
Bibliotherapy Resource Guide
Department of Veterans Affairs
A compilation of Panic Disorder resources produced by many different organizations
A 24/7 resource for military members, spouses, and families.
Anxiety Disorders Association of America
The ADAA promotes the early diagnosis, treatment and cure of anxiety disorders, and is committed to improving the lives of the people who suffer from them.
Veteran and Military Family Health
U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institute of Health
Real Warriors Campaign
Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury
Other Helpful Resources
Mental Health Self Assessment Program
Screening for Mental Health, Inc.
At the end of each anonymous screening you will receive results that can be printed and shared with your doctor or other trusted clinician. While this screening tool is not a substitute for a complete evaluation, it can help you identify symptoms that are consistent with depression, and learn how to access help. This assessment tool is designed for individuals aged 17 and older. To access the anonymous telephone assessment, call MHSA’s toll-free number at 1-877-877-3647.