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About Anxiety and Its Related Disorders


Looking for short, insightful videos that dissect the complexities of anxiety in a fun and engaging way? You've come to the right place! Anxiety Canada’s short-form video series, starring their in-house Registered Clinical Counsellor and Educator Mark Antczak, is designed to educate you on anxiety in a way that fits seamlessly into your day-to-day scrolling.


See videos on a range of topics, like following a day in the life of someone with an anxiety disorder or how to manage perfectionism, and learn the answer to questions like:

  • What is the difference between anxiety and an anxiety disorder?

  • How can I support a loved one with anxiety?

  • What is cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)?

Remember: TikTok isn't therapy. These tips are here to guide you in your mental health journey, but this content isn't a substitute for professional help. If you're struggling with anxiety or other mental health challenges, please reach out to a qualified mental healthcare professional.

Meet Mark Antczak

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Mark Antczak is a Registered Clinical Counsellor who is passionate about the treatment and education of anxiety disorders through the use of evidence based theories and tools. When he's not serving the community through private practice, Mark dedicates his time to creating educational programs that support those who lack access to professional help. In his spare time, Mark likes to bake anything with browned butter, play curling with friends, and spoil his dog, Maslow.

Get Help

If you're looking for more in-depth resources on anxiety, check out the following resources by Anxiety Canada:

  • MindShift® CBT: a free app, available in English and French on IOS and Android. It uses scientifically proven strategies based on cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) to help you learn to relax and be mindful, develop more effective ways of thinking, and use active steps to take charge of your anxiety.

  • #OurAnxietyStories: a podcast where you can learn more about anxiety and hear people from all walks of life share their experiences.

  • My Anxiety Plan (MAP): a self-paced anxiety management course based on cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), an evidence-based psychological treatment.

  • Downloadable PDF Resources: helpful "how to" guides for caregivers, parents and educators.


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