Anxiety and Art Therapy: Treatment in the Public Eye

@article{Chambala2008AnxietyAA,
  title={Anxiety and Art Therapy: Treatment in the Public Eye},
  author={Amanda Chambala},
  journal={Art Therapy},
  year={2008},
  volume={25},
  pages={187 - 189}
}
187 Anxiety is one of the most common mental health problems in the United States today. It is the number one mental health problem among American women and ranks as a close second to substance abuse among men. In fact, alcoholism is the only other disorder that affects a greater number of people throughout the county. Fifteen percent of the American population is affected by a wide range of anxiety related disorders (Bourne, 2005). However, only a quarter of affected individuals will seek and… Expand
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