Mental Health ResolutionTop Rated I am an MSW Social Worker teaching counseling courses at Ithaca College. I worked in public mental health with the seriously mentally ill for over 23 years. During that time I ran a county outpatient clinic that served individuals with chronic mental illness. I also supervised and provided crisis services. I have a unique blog that combines a discussion of policy with personal stories regarding serious mental illness. Preview Website -
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Mommy-Muse BlogTop Rated My passion can empower YOUR life! As co-founder of Mommy-Muse.com and host of The Mommy-Muse Is In: Empowering Your Journey into Motherhood on the VoiceAmerica.com Health & Wellness Network, I am passionate about enlivening the resourcefulness, creativity and talent of everyone making the profound transition into parenthood.
Discover a wealth of continually updated resources and powerful information to improve your life today.
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26-Apr-2009 - Hits: 68 - Rate This | Details
Monica Pignotti, MSW One of my current professional missions is to bridge the Scientist-Practitioner gap that currently exists in the mental health field. John Riolo has written very eloquently about this problem elsewhere on psychjourney. I became interested in this issue after having been extensively involved with Thought Field Therapy (TFT) for seven years. One year ago I severed my ties with TFT and its Founder because I could no longer stand by the unwarranted claims that were being made.
In addition to debunking, I am also very interesting in understanding more about the reasons therapists choose to use these methods in their practices. It has been my experience that most of these therapists are well-intentioned, but something has been missed in their training that they did not learn about the existing empirically supported methods (or, for some reason choose not to use them). Another question I've been exploring lately is what, if any, differences exist between these clinicians and those who choose to use the scientist-practitioner model. Preview Website -
13-Jun-2005 - Hits: 174 - Rate This | Details
Moxie Mental Health Moxie Mental Health is founded by Katrina Miller. Moxie Mental Health aims to provide the best mental health resources and stories of patients who used their moxie to overcome their distress. Preview Website -
1-Oct-2010 - Hits: 65 - Rate This | Details
My Husband Misunderstood When I Said I Was Bi I am married for the second time. I am a stay at home mom. I have four children ranging in age from 19 to 6. My life is always chaotic even though I try to keep things as organized as possible. I have stories that you would not believe! Oh, and I have Bi-Polar...it doesn't have me. Preview Website -
14-May-2010 - Hits: 68 - Rate This | Details
ourWORKZ ourWORKZ is the blog of Dr. David Zierk, the founder of familyWORKZ, a time-effective, client-focused therapy model based on a whole-person approach with a lifestyle wellness perspective. Dr. Zierk offers creative, specialized assistance for individuals, couples and families dealing with impossible situations. Preview Website -
4-Feb-2009 - Hits: 46 - Rate This | Details
Postpartum Progress The most widely read blog in the U.S. on postpartum mood disorders, including postpartum depression, postpartum psychosis, and postpartum OCD. A comprehensive resource for women with these illnesses and the professionals who serve them. Preview Website -
30-Aug-2007 - Hits: 58 - Rate This | Details
resolving impasses A blog that focuses on helping couples improve open communication, problems solving skills, and awareness of the individual issues each partner brings to the relationship.
This site is also the main site of Andrew Goodman, LCSW. Preview Website -
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Reward and Consent Blogging for ethical uses of behavior modification with no coercion of anyone, especially autistics and others with disabilities, and for positive reinforcement of people with more power who do the right thing, a constructive version of what B.F. Skinner called "counter-control." Preview Website -
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Ruminations Observations on our mangled health care system and all that affects it, combined with ruminations about whatever sparks my interest, based on thirty years of practice in hospital, community, and private practice settings. Preview Website -
17-Mar-2008 - Hits: 42 - Rate This | Details
Selah Counseling's Blog Hoping you will find something useful, helpful or interesting on Selah Counseling's blog! Depending on how my schedule flows from week to week, I will update the "Song of the week" and "Mental health tip of the week" regularly. Preview Website -
20-Jan-2008 - Hits: 41 - Rate This | Details
SelfHelp Secrets This blog provides excerpts from Dr. Irwin Gootnick's latest book "Self-Help for Smarties: Secret Success Codes for Weight Loss, Love, Career and Parenting, 2007" and is also a place for readers to submit questions to be answered by Dr. Gootnick. This blog is new and will have new content posted each week. Preview Website -
16-Jun-2008 - Hits: 42 - Rate This | Details
Telephone & Online TherapyTop Rated Is Telephone and Online psychotherapy a viable alternative for traditional in-office therapy for people living in remote areas, disabled patients or people hesitating to speak to a psychotherapist about their problems (such as sexual ones) face to face? Preview Website -
20-Mar-2005 - Hits: 232 - Rate This | Details
The Nutrient Path Support for the healing of mind by nurturing body, soul, and planet. This site is by a former therapist and mother whose daughter with autism improved dramatically through nutrition. Following her lead, the mom cured her own depression, migraines, and chronic fatigue without drugs. The site also muses on the spirituality and mental health connection-- the idea that a deeply felt Earth spirituality could heal the separation of body and mind responsible for a toxic planet and toxic bodies/behaviors.
Excerpts from the blog writer's completed memoir, LUNACY LOST: MOTHER AND CHILD ON THE DARK AND SHINING ROAD TO NAME THE ROOTS OF MADNESS,(an agented proposal currently searches for a publisher), appear from time to time, wherein the author elaborates concepts of "the nutrient path" for body, mind and spirit. Preview Website -
24-Jul-2008 - Hits: 36 - Rate This | Details
The Trauma and Mental Health ReportTop Rated The Trauma and Attachment Report is a weekly online research report published out of York University in Toronto. Its purpose is to provide clear, accurate information to members of the community, on the topic of interpersonal trauma. The report will cover topics such as the causes and consequences of trauma; treatment, prevention, and implications of trauma for society at large. The articles draw upon primary sources such as interviews with survivors, therapists, and others who work in the field of interpersonal trauma. The Trauma and Attachment Report seeks to disseminate knowledge by discussing research findings published in reputable scientific journals, in a manner that can be easily understood by readers. Preview Website -
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