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Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools (TOPSS)
The voice of high school psychology teachers within the APA, TOPSS promotes excellence in the teaching of psychological science at the high school level.
http://www.apa.org/ed/precollege/topss/index.aspx - 2-Mar-2000 - Hits: 173 - Rate This | Details
The Academy for Addiction Professionals
The Academy of Addiction Professionals is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. They offer continuing education courses, as well as their own courses at their Fort Lauderdale location. There are also blogs, a Facebook page and student forums.
http://www.addictionacademy.com - 26-Aug-2013 - Hits: 68 - Rate This | Details
The American Counseling Association
The American Counseling Association is a not-for-profit, professional and educational organization that is dedicated to the growth and enhancement of the counseling profession. The website has information available for mental helath providers, consumers, and counseling graduate students.
http://www.counseling.org/ - 8-Feb-2005 - Hits: 233 - Rate This | Details
The Center for Collaborative Psychology and Psychiatry
The Center is dedicated to conducting research on the delivery of effective therapeutic treatment. This research focuses on the practical application of Center developed procedures, so they can be readily used by office-based professionals. Steve Frankel and other Center members offer educational programs, including ongoing consultation groups for psychotherapists. Our members meet regularly to discuss clinical and theoretical issues.
http://www.collaborativepsychology.com/ - 11-Jun-2008 - Hits: 95 - Rate This | Details
The Violent Death Bereavement Society
The Violent Death Bereavement Society serves as a centralized forum of information and training for service providers of loved ones and family members after violent death.
http://www.vdbs.org/ - 17-Sep-2003 - Hits: 115 - Rate This | Details
Traumatic Incident Reduction Association (TIRA)
Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR) is a brief, one-on-one, non-hypnotic, person-centered technique for alleviating the effects of traumatic stress. TIR has been demonstrated to be effective on a wide variety of traumatic stress survivors including Vietnam veterans, domestic violence survivors, children, and others. This site provides background information, training information, theory, and pointers to research projects about TIR.
http://www.TIR.org/ - 23-Nov-2004 - Hits: 733 - Rate This | Details
Walsh Research Institute
The Walsh Research Institute engages in research and education aimed at revealing the basic mechanisms and causes of anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, ADHD, violent behavior, Alzheimers and other mental conditions. This work concentrates on genetic, epigenetic, and environmental factors that alter neurotransmitter activity and receptor function. Special attention is given to the biochemistry of the brain, and the role of nutrient imbalances in mental illness.
http://walshinstitute.org - 10-Apr-2012 - Hits: 61 - Rate This | Details
WeSearchTogether.org is a national online clearinghouse/registry funded through an NIH-funded grant to the University of Michigan Depression Center and Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance(DBSA).
It is modeled on the very successful Army of Women web site and registry established by the Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation to help encourage research recruitment for breast cancer studies.
https://www.wesearchtogether.org/ - 7-Aug-2012 - Hits: 53 - Rate This | Details
ZPID Institute for Psychology Information
ZPID is the institute for psychology information for the German-speaking countries creating electronic databases on literature, tests, audiovisual media, and Web resources to meet the information needs of scientists and mental health professionals.
http://www.zpid.de/index.php?lang=EN - 26-Mar-2003 - Hits: 115 - Rate This | Details