Mental Health

        1. – “A referral organization which has licensed therapists who personally match you with an expert sensitive and experienced in the dealing with the issues you are facing. Site also provides many self help tools, articles, and information to assist in the process of locating a local mental health specialist.”
        2. – “Provides the trustworthy and reliable way to confidentially identify and select a psychotherapist ideally suited to your needs.”
        3. All About Counseling – general resource site.
        4. – An online test search engine and your guide through the jungle of different tests on the Internet from IQ to Personality.
        5. Alternative Mental Health – “Providing workable, ethical alternatives to psychiatric drugging, electroshock and psychosurgery.”
        6. American Association of Retired Persons
        7. American Heart Association
        8. American Psychiatric Association
        9. American Psychology Association: Help Center – This site by the American Psychology Association provides information on how psychology can help with problems such as stress, depression, and serious illness. Resources are also available to help you decide when and how to access psychological services and how to find a psychologist where you live (in the U.S. and Canada).
        10. American Psychological Assoc: PsychNET
        11. Art Therapy on the Web – art therapy links, job vacancies and articles.
        12. Assisted Living Directory – “Comprehensive Listing of Assisted Living Facilities and Senior Care Providers in the United States. Assisted Living Directory is dedicated to providing a starting point for your research into assisted living and long term care. We also provide videos and articles related to caregiving, assisted living, Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias.”
        13. Assisted Senior Living – “A comprehensive and unbiased directory with over 100,000 senior living options including assisted living facilities, nursing homes, hospice care organizations, in-home senior care services and Alzheimer’s care centers.”
        14. David Baldwin’s Trauma Information Pages
        15. Be Your Own Therapist Newsletter
        16. Behavior OnLine
        17. Body-Mind QueenDom – “This site offers a variety of personality, intelligence and health-related tests, plenty of personal stories and advice columns, numerous articles on mental and women’s health and much more.”
        18. – “Find a counselor and talk confidentially online. Use your insurance for low-cost or free help. Take tests, join groups, and get better.”
        19. Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder
        20. Choice in Dying – provides advance directives, counseling, and educational information on end-of-life issues. You may download a state specific “advance directives package” (PDF) which contains forms for a living will and a medical power of attorney (which may also be called a “health care proxy” or “appointment of a health care agent”).
        21. Christians in Recovery
        22. Classics in the History of Psychology – full texts of a large number of historically significant public domain documents from the scholarly literature of psychology and allied disciplines available on the World Wide Web. There are now over 20 books and over 100 articles and chapters on-line.
        23. Condolence Phrases – “Feel free to us our condolence phrases and other sympathy information to help those you love at their time of grief.”
        24. Conduct Disorder – Index of resources on childhood conduct disorder and its causes, treatment, and outcomes.
        25. Counseling Center – State Univ. NY at Buffalo.
        26. Counselor – “Tips on what you’re interested to know about sex, relationships, depression, counseling, marriage and family therapy and much more.”
        27. CounselorLink – providing practical but hard-to-find info on counseling and psychotherapy, mediation, and graduate education in clinical psychology.
        28. Crisis, Grief and Healing
        29. Dr. Bob’s Virtual En-psych-lopedia
        30. Drug Dangers – “Drug Dangers is committed to providing information on a range of medications and medical devices that have serious complications.”
        31. Drug Treatment for People with Mood Disorders – Resources on drug treatments for major depression and other mood disorders.
        32. Dual Diagnosis Website – Dual diagnosis Web site for co-occurring mental illness and substance disorders. Comprehensive resources included.
        33. Families Under Construction -A place where users will find carefully crafted tools that provide practical solutions for building,maintaining, and repairing families.
        34. Forensic Psychology and Psychiatry Links – by David Willshire
        35. Free IQ Tests – This site by the International High IQ Society, offers seven tests that can measure different aspects of intelligence. Each online test is free and results are available immediately upon completion. If you score 126 and above can become a member of the society.
        36. GriefNet – GriefNet is a virtual social service community linking resources on death, grief, and major loss to those who seek them.
        37. Growth House, Inc. – resources for life-threatening illness and end of life issues.
        38. Hypnotists – The National Guild
        39. Implicit Association Test – Yale University – a new method that demonstrates public-private and conscious-unconscious divergences much more convincingly than has been possible with previous methods. It also displays the method in a do-it-yourself demonstration form. This new method is called the Implicit Association Test, or IAT for short.
        40. Internet Mental Health – Effective, well-researched treatments exist for most mental disorders, yet the majority of people who have severe mental illness are not treated. Our goal is to improve understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of mental illness throughout the world.
        41. Journal of Psychiatry Online
        42. Med-Psych Network – collection of summaries of new research articles on topics where medicine and psychiatry overlap, along with a large collection of mental health links.
        43. Mental Help – Site includes news, a glossary of mental health terms, a symptoms list, info on common disorders and treatment, an archive of previous articles, and help in finding treatment.
        44. Mental Health Resources: About – with original feature articles on mental health issues.
        45. NAMI: National Alliance on Mental Illness – “The National Alliance on Mental Illness is a nonprofit, grassroots, self-help, support and advocacy organization of consumers, families, and friends of people with severe mental illnesses, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic and other severe anxiety disorders, and other mental illnesses that affect the brain.”
        46. National Institute of Mental Health Sites offers information from NIMH about the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of mental illnesses. Included are brochures and information sheets, reports, press releases, fact sheets, and other educational materials
        47. Pendulum’s Bipolar / Manic-Depression Pages
        48. Personality and Consciousness – sketches of various personality theories and theorists.
        49. Personality Online – Personality Tests
        50. Personality Tests
        51. Phobia List, The
        52. PsyBroadcasting – online panels for mental health professionals
        53. Psych Central
        54. PsychCrawler – product of the American Psychological Association. searchable database for psychology topics.
        55. Psychology.Com – “Let help you find the help you need. Use our resources to find a professional mental health therapist.”
        56. Psychology Degree 411 – “Psychology Degree 411 is a comprehensive resource for prospective students interested in pursuing a degree in psychology or becoming a psychologist.”
        57. Psychology of Color – Colors often have different meanings in various cultures. And even in Western societies, the meanings of various colors have changed over the years. But today in the U.S., researchers have generally found the following the facts presented on this site by InfoPlease to be accurate.
        58. Psychological Type Profiles – latest versions of the 16 psychological types, with related links.
        59. Psychology of Imprisonment – This site features an extensive slide show and information about this classic investigation into the psychology of prison life. What happens when you put good people in an evil place? Does humanity win over evil, or does evil triumph? These are some of the questions posed in this simulation of prison life conducted in the summer of 1971 at Stanford University.
        60. PsychNet – UK – “An independent Psychological Web Site developed as a jump-off point, thereby allowing mental health professionals to access other psychologically based sites quickly and easily. Our mission is to search and integrate all available World Wide Web information sources, relevant, and of interest to mental health professionals in all the various disciplines and specialities.”
        61. Psych Central – Extensive collection of articles, commentaries, and lists pertaining to mental health.
        62. Psychwatch – “The Online Resource for Professionals in Psychology and Psychiatry.”
        63. Psycoloquy
        64. SA\VE: Suicide Awareness\Voices of Education
        65. School Psychology Resources Online – site presents an extensive collection of resources for psychologists, counselors, and concerned parents.
        66. Senate Special Committee on Aging
        67. SeniorCom
        68. SeniorNet
        69. Shyness Home Page
        70. Sleep Medicine Home Page
        71. Social Security Online
        72. Stress Management Techniques – This site helps you to understand stress and what causes it, and introduces the idea of your ‘optimum stress level.’ The articles presented show you how to analyze and plan to control stress as well as examining good stress management techniques available.
        73. Suicide.Com – Depression Web Sites
        74. Teen Help – Directs parents, child care professionals, and others to a number of available resources for struggling adolescents
        75. Web Links for Medical and Mental Health Problems

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