BDDCentralTop Rated This site on Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) was created by a support group full of BDD sufferers, for other sufferers and their family members. It includes both clinical type information, and personal information, which cannot be found anywhere else. A well-designed, useful site. http://www.bddcentral.com -
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Center for Psychological Advice The site offers online email advice, articles, resources, reading list, etc.
Benefits of On-line Advice
There are several benefits to on-line advice:
* It's less expensive! An hour of psychotherapy typically costs between US$85 and US$200 per 45-50 minute hour. Even with insurance, copays usually run US$20 per hour. Our service costs only US$15 per email enquiry.
* It's totally confidential! You don't have to worry about who will see you in the waiting room. In addition, your insurance company, and possibly your employer, need not know about your request for services.
* It's convenient! You can email at any time of the day or night. You don't have to take time off from work or your other obligations.
* It's quick! You don't have to wait weeks to get an appointment. A response to your email enquiry will be sent within 48 hours.
* Written records. The response to your email enquiry is sent by email, giving you a permanent record of the advice given. You do not need to take notes during a "session." http://www.psychadvisor.com -
9-Apr-2000 - Hits: 1250 - Rate This | Details
Clinically PsychedTop Rated Clinically Psyched is dedicated to bringing readers breaking news on clinical psychology, abnormal psychology, neuroscience, psychopharmacology, biopsychology, psychobiology, neurotheology, cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, mental illness, clinical diagnosis, psychiatry, psychopathology, sociopathology and other fields relating to biological psychology.
Clinicallypsyched.com is aimed towards psychology students, researchers, psychologists, psychiatrists and anyone with an interest in the field of clinical or biological psychology. http://clinicallypsyched.com/ -
7-Oct-2005 - Hits: 1110 - Rate This | Details
Crazy Meds!Top Rated An unconventional mental health resource, created and updated by an individual who's had some extensive experience with different psychiatric medications (both personally and through others' stories). The resource is mainly for patients and features informal commentaries on personal experiences with psychiatric medications.
Discussion pages include:
12 Steps to Staying on Medications,
Support Groups - Why You Need to Belong to One, Where to Find Them,
Crazy Meds Support Forum, and
many pages on various medications.
Go Ask AliceTop Rated Chock full of health education and wellness tips. They will answer any health question on sex, relationships, drugs, general health and emotional well-being. Best yet, they archive all of their responses so you can check out if your question has already been asked in their extensive archives. The responses given are reasonable and sound in their advice, so you know you won't be misled. Plus, it's easier to get an answer than writing to Dear Abby! http://health.columbia.edu/services/alice -
21-Jan-2000 - Hits: 1442 - Rate This | Details
RemedyFindTop Rated Remedyfind is an objective, non-commercial site that allows individuals and healthcare professionals to rate the effectiveness of the different treatments they have used for specific health conditions. Depression is one of the conditions included. A very interesting and innovative find. http://www.revolutionhealth.com/drugs-treatments -
10-Jan-2001 - Hits: 1056 - Rate This | Details
The Stress DocTop Rated Featuring stress-relieving humor, and a great deal of well-written, timely articles on stress relief, breaking habits, burnout, blaming, and much more. An eclectic site that offers something different and new every time you visit! http://www.stressdoc.com/ -
5-Feb-2000 - Hits: 5664 - Rate This | Details
Trauma Info PagesTop Rated A great set of resources that focus primarily on emotional trauma and traumatic stress, including PTSD, whether following individual traumatic experience(s) or a large-scale disaster. Kept up-to-date regularly and the amount of useful information found in them is sometimes overwhelming. But with a simple and logical organization combined with a pleasant reading background, they are a joy to discover. The information is written by a licensed psychologist, so it's trustworthy and accurate. http://www.trauma-pages.com/ -
5-Feb-2000 - Hits: 4026 - Rate This | Details
24 Languages Electronic access to over 200 health education brochures in 24 different languages, including (Arabic, Armenian, Cambodian, Chinese, Croatian, English, Farsi, French, German, Haitian Creole, Hmong, Japanese, Korean, Laotian, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Samoan, Serbo-Croatian, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, Thai, Tongan, and Vietnamese). http://library.med.utah.edu/24languages/ -
29-Nov-2006 - Hits: 385 - Rate This | Details
Army Behavioral Health The Army Behavioural Health Website is provided by the US Army Medical Department for soldiers, their families, the public and news media. It is basically a collection of articles on a variety of issues specific to soldiers heading into or returning from combat. The range of articles is extensive ranging from dealing with deployment to appropriate mental health assessment post-deployment. Visitors will find content on PTSD, suicide prevention, coping with combat stress, helping children cope with trauma, and issues around family and friends. Resources are in a variety of formats from pdf articles to videos and weblinks. There is also some interesting content on the Mental Health Advisory Team (MHAT), a team of health professionals deployed to war zones to assess the mental and behavioural health of soldiers. This site is obviously of most use to soldiers and their families, although health professional working with military personnel may find some useful content on the site. http://www.behavioralhealth.army.mil/ -
12-Jun-2007 - Hits: 752 - Rate This | Details
Assessing Fitness-for-Duty Employees with mental health problems can present complex issues for human resource departments, administrators, supervisors, and disability claims representatives. In some situations, such as police and fire departments, mass transit companies, nuclear power facilities, or construction projects involving dangerous equipment, mental health problems can pose a direct threat to the safety of the employee or the public. In other cases, the stakes may not be as high, but employees with mental health problems can have a profound effect on organizational effectiveness, productivity and staff morale. http://www.psycheval.com/assessing_ffd_rtw.shtml -
26-Dec-2005 - Hits: 225 - Rate This | Details
Bad Alice Music Bad Alice is an acoustic duo that promotes awareness of mental illness - including self-harm, depression, psychosis and recovery -through music. It also challenges the issues that the young of today are forced to face within our society.
Bad Alice comprises of Suzy Johnston (author of The Naked Bird Watcher, the autobiography on managing mental illness and self-harm - www.thecairn.com) and Lindsay Robertson http://www.badalicemusic.com -
20-Aug-2007 - Hits: 187 - Rate This | Details
Clarocet EncyclopediaTop Rated An encyclopedia of emotions related to anxiety and depression. Each chapter offers insight into how specific emotional disturbances work and how to find help. Covers the following topics: alienation, anger, anxiety, boredom, delusions, depression, helplessness, irrational fears, loss of pleasure, meaninglessness, memory problems, mood fluctuations, obsessions and compulsions, perfectionism, physical complaints, procrastination, self-destructiveness, shyness and sleep difficulties. http://www.clarocet.com/index.html#encyclopedia -
10-Feb-2004 - Hits: 629 - Rate This | Details
CornellCARESTop Rated CornellCARES.com offers innovative yet sensible practice tools, information, and resources to make geriatric mental health and psychosocial assessments and interventions easier and more effective for all health care and social service practitioners. The providers of this site hope that it helps you in your efforts to improve the health, well-being and quality of life of older adults. http://www.cornellcares.com/ -
6-May-2004 - Hits: 282 - Rate This | Details
Depression in the Family Families for Depression Awareness helps families recognize and cope with depressive disorders to get people well and prevent suicides. We have resources, podcasts, family profiles and online communities available for helping a loved one with depression. http://www.familyaware.org/ -
6-Nov-2008 - Hits: 444 - Rate This | Details
Disaster Mental Health This page (and material in selected links to other web sites) provides lots of information about disaster mental health (DMH) concepts, techniques, disaster preparedness, and about volunteering with the American Red Cross DMH team. The site includes detailed material on phases of response to disaster, typical reactions to traumatic events, defusing and debriefing techniques, self-care tips that can help victims and relief workers, and planning checklists to help manage relief operations. The site's information is also helpful to those processing other non-disaster traumatic life events (e.g., serious accidents, sudden loss of family, friends, or pets, health crises, and crime victimization) covering loss, grief, and bereavement. There is also an extensive bibliography. http://www.eyeofthestorminc.com/ -
17-Mar-2005 - Hits: 352 - Rate This | Details