March 5, 2012

Generalized Anxiety Disorder

Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is the least recognized anxiety disorder, even by those who have it! In fact, most people with GAD don’t realize they have the disorder until after they’ve started treatment. GAD is characterized by uncontrollable worry about a wide range of real life concerns. People who suffer from GAD seem to always be anxious about something, and as soon as one concern is resolved another moves to take its place. This can result in a constant state of worry or anxiety, which can understandably be impairing and exhausting.

Wondering if you might have GAD? Take a GAD screening test.

Interested in treatment for GAD? Read more about our clinical services or our generalized anxiety disorder treatment model.