A roundup of new resources, articles, and information on Psych Central.
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We're continuing our efforts to better expose some of the articles we've long had, but weren't easy to find (and some weren't even available on the site!). We've added dozens new articles -- articles you won't find anywhere else online! Topics range from self-esteem and Parkinson Disease, to learning how to live better and deal with stress. We've also updated our schizophrenia treatment information to reflect the latest research about the effectiveness of schizophrenia medications.
We've added another 119+ new resources to our Internet resource directory in the past month,
which brings us up to indexing over 3,945 unique mental health, support, psychology and
relationship resources online.
Some highlights include:
Bodies Under Siege
bus (bodies under siege) is a thriving, close-knit, vibrant community of people who all have one thing in common: self-injury has somehow affected their lives. Most of the members of bus are people who have or still do inflict physical harm on themselves as a way of dealing with overwhelming situations. Although many bus subscribers are trying to stop hurting themselves (and quite a few are SI-free), a desire to stop is not a requirement for membership.
Free searches of national database of mental health providers with unparalleled depth of information including location, payment options (insurance, medicare, medicaid, sliding scale), specialities, age groups and populations served, accessibility (evening hours, home visits), theoretical approach, credentials, languages, etc.
Pain in the Gutt
A support group for those suffering from IBD or IBS. Including Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis.
Last reviewed: By John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on 14 Apr 2006
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A Freudian slip when you say one thing mean your mother.
-- Author unknown