Panic and some anxiety-related disorders are often characterized by episodes of fear or anxiety, along with associated physical symptoms. They can be triggered not by any tangible imminent danger, but rather a perceived, potential threat the individual has become conditioned to expect, whether it is reasonable or not. But not all anxiety disorders are characterized by sudden intense panic. Anxiety is a very prevalent symptom seen in mental health settings. Meet your complete caseload to differentiate all types of anxiety conditions.