A roundup of new resources, articles, and information on Psych Central.
On behalf of the Psych Central family, I'd like to sincerely thank Kristina Randle, LCSW, our long-standing resident therapist, for her many, many hours of work and effort she's placed into this feature for the past year, as we're now approaching her first year anniversary with us. Thanks Kristina, it's great having you here, and we're looking forward to many years of enjoyable answers to come!
Psych Central would like to wish a very warm welcome to Dr. Marie Hartwell-Walker, who will start answering questions relating to couples and families in our Ask the Therapist feature. Questions about family or couples issues will be directed to her now automatically when you specify that issue focus on the question submission form.
Psych Central is also pleased to announce the addition of Heather Cox and Sandra Kiume as new contributing editors to Psych Central's World of Psychology blog. Heather is blogging on schizophrenia-related topics, while Sandra is focused on bipolar issues.
We continue to expand our newest library, this time with even more articles about psychotherapy, dealing with stress and loss of an ability, and an essay about all of the Web 2.0 hype on the Internet these days.
We've added another 22+ new resources to our Internet resource directory in the past month,
which brings us up to indexing over 3,810 unique mental health, support, psychology and
relationship resources online.
Some highlights include:
Dating Tips Webzine This resource is all about extraordinary dating and building meaningful relationships. This site features a number of resources, including dating articles, horoscopes, expert dating advice, and, of course, plenty of useful dating tips. A service of the online dating site, Date.com.
Depression Advice Online
An educational blog on the various types of Depression, their symptoms, causes and treatments, including natural remedies. Readers are welcome to post comments or helpful articles so that we can help those who suffer from this terrible illness.
Last reviewed: By John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on 4 Mar 2006
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