According to Galovski et al., (2013), anxiety disorders are the most prevalent in the United States and are associated with a high illness burden. Anxiety disorders may include panic disorders, agoraphobias, or generalized anxiety disorders. They are characterized by feelings of fear, worry about the future and anxiety. In most primary care settings, they are not only undertreated but also under-recognized. The indication for treatment of anxiety disorders is linked to a patient showing distress or suffers from the resultant complications. Cognitive Behavioral therapy and SSRIs drugs have proven to be highly effective in the management of anxiety disorders. More specifically, Selective Serotonin Reuptake inhibitors are the first line drugs for treating anxiety disorders. This paper discusses the use of CBT as the therapeutic approach of choice for a patient with post-traumatic stress disorder in clinical settings Clinical Supervision Sample Essay Discussion Paper.