Anxiety & related disorders information 

Everyone feels anxious from time to time. When anxious feelings don't go away, happen without any particular reason or make it hard to cope with daily life it may be the sign of an anxiety condition. 

Anxiety is the most common mental health condition in Australia. On average, one in four people – one in three women and one in five men – will experience anxiety at some stage in their life. In a 12-month period, over two million Australians experience anxiety.

We have collected a list of our favorite sources and factsheets with information on Anxiety and we hope it helps.

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Black Dog Institute


Social Anxiety

Panic Disorder



Provided by WayAhead

Provided by WayAhead

Provided by WayAhead

Provided by WayAhead



Panic Attacks

Working with Anxiety

Provided by WayAhead

Provided by WayAhead

Provided by Lifeline

Provided by Beyond Blue

Generalised Anxiety Disorder


Provided by WayAhead

Provided by Lifeline

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Worry Time App

Rootd App

Mastering OCD

ReachOut WorryTime interrupts this repetitive thinking by setting aside your worries until later, so 

work on improving your panic and anxious mood while supporting a female-led app. In addition to 

mindfulness exercises and step-by-step guides to tactics such as deep breathing, the app features an emergency contact button that makes it simple to call a loved one or hotline when you’re in distress.

you don't get caught up in them and can get on with your day. This means you can deal with worries once a day, rather than carrying them around with you 24/7.

Based on the proven and effective iCBT courses from THIS WAY UP designed to treat anxiety and depression 

disorders, this app provides illustration-based lessons, downloadable resources, wellbeing tracking and tools to help you feel better.