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Expert tips: Recognize and manage anxiety


Illustratoin by Deobrah K. Peters, graphic designer
Illustratoin by Deobrah K. Peters, graphic designer

From the Fall 2018 Penn College Magazine: For many Americans, the experience of anxiety is becoming increasingly commonplace. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, nearly one-third of all Americans will experience an anxiety disorder at some point in their lifetime. But there is hope! Penn College counselors Jacklyn R. Leitzel and Brian J. Schurr share that anxiety is one of the most treatable mental health problems in our country. Read “Expert Tips.”

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