"This site will attempt to inform
you about our organization, provide helpful links to other sites we
think will be of interest and allow you to interact with the Board's
leadership via e-mail. You are encouraged to return here frequently to
view announcements or news of our profession. "
The Stanton Peele Addiction Web Site
represents the extensive writings of Stanton Peele, a pioneering and
radical researcher and writer in the addictions. This site includes both
popular and professional articles, a question page, controversies in
which Dr. Peele is very actively involved, chapters from both Stanton's
popular and academic books (like "Love and Addiction" and
"The Meaning of Addiction"), and accolades and
"brickbats" from pro and con readers. The site is updated
"Classical Adlerian psychology is a
values-based, fully-integrated, theory of personality, model of
psychopathology, philosophy of living, strategy for preventative
education, and technique of psychotherapy. Its mission is to encourage
the development of psychologically healthy and cooperative individuals,
couples, and families, in order to effectively pursue the ideals of
social equality and democratic living . A vigorously optimistic and
inspiring approach to psychotherapy, it balances the equally important
needs for individual optimal development and social
The grad students at UAF in Community Psychology
have initiated a new site called the Alaska community Cache for sharing
information concerning rural issues in prevention and research.
San Francisco: Excellent online resource.
"We are family members of; or people
with, neurobiological disorders ("NBD", formerly known as
'mental' illnesses) like schizophrenia, manic depression, major
depression, obsessive compulsive disorder , borderline personality
disorder, etc. We get together to help each other. The criteria as to
whether or not something gets on this Web Site is how useful it is to
individuals like us. To receive updates, and support our efforts to
improve care, please join our movement."
"These pages have been designed to
keep you informed of current AACAP events, as well as offer access to
various AACAP literature."
Aims of the Academy: To provide a meeting ground for
trained and experienced practicing psychotherapists of widely differing
backgrounds and orientations. To facilitate cross discipline thinking,
planning and research in psychotherapy. To encourage and sponsor
significant research into the fundamental problems of psychotherapy, and
particularly to aid cooperative research projects in the field. To
encourage high standards of training, experience, and ethical practice
in psychotherapy, in order to provide maximum service and protection for
the public as well as maximum professional growth for the practitioner.
"The American Association of
Pastoral Counselors (AAPC) represents and sets professional standards
for over 3,200 Pastoral Counselors and more than 100 pastoral counseling
centers in the United States. AAPC was founded in 1963 as an
organization which certifies Pastoral Counselors, accredits pastoral
counseling centers, and approves training programs. It is non-sectarian
and respects the spiritual commitments and religious traditions of those
who seek assistance without imposing counselor beliefs onto the
"The American Counseling Association
is an educational, scientific and professional organization whose
members are dedicated to the enhancement of human development throughout
the life span. Association members recognize diversity in our society
and embrace a cross-cultural approach in support of the worth, dignity,
potential, and uniqueness of each individual."
Tables of contents and abstracts only.
The pages include a table of contents and abstracts
for the last 3 years as well as announcements for conferences sponsored
by the Journal.
"Visit AMA Health Insight, your link
to health and medical resources; use AMA Physician Select to locate a
doctor by name, specialty and location from over 650,000 physicians
licensed to practice in the US. We are pleased to bring AMA Health
Insight to the Web as a public service made possible by AMA members --
physicians dedicated to the health of America."
Managed Care Forum web page.
A provider organization of over 2,000
"The American Psychiatric
Association is a national medical specialty society whose 39,500
physician members specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of mental
and emotional disorders and substance abuse. The APA's organizational
objectives include the advancement and improvement of care for persons
with mental illnesses through nationwide public information, education,
and awareness programs and materials."
Best selling books in psychiatry; DSM IV
software on disk and CD ROM for Windows and Mac..
The Newsletter of the American
"The American Psychoanalytic
Association is a professional organization of psychoanalysts throughout
the United States. The Association is comprised of Affiliate Societies
and Training Institutes in many cities and has about 3,000 individual
members. We are a Regional Association of the International
APsaA's Jourlit and Bookrev databases, originated by Drs.
Stanley Goodman and Vann Spruiell, together constitute a huge
BIBLIOGRAPHY of psychoanalytic journal articles, books, and book
reviews. Including files supplied by others, the complete set of
references consists almost 30,000 entries.There is no consolidated index
of this vast literature. Over the past 10 years we have found it useful
to access the literature by searching by computer within the
bibliographic listings for key words in titles and author names."
"PsychNET is the Internet service of
the American Psychological Association. We are continuing to regularly
add a great deal of material here for the public and members. Please add
us to your bookmarks and visit often."
University of Illinois at
Newspaper of the American Psychological
Association - very good coverage of US Psychology.
"Order virtually any book written
for mental health and applied behavioral science professionals.
Reasonable prices, rapid shipping, personalized service - 50,000 book
Leading advocacy group in the U.S. for
people with mental retardation in their families.
"Archives of General Psychiatry is
the psychiatry journal most frequently cited in scientific literature.
Many of its peer-reviewed, original articles deal with the biological
origin of mental disorders and pharmaceutical therapy. Long-term,
multicenter studies and an emphasis on the diagnosis and treatment of
illnesses encountered in the clinical setting are Archives hallmarks.
Features such as "Perspectives" help clinicians distill
complex studies, and "News and Views" present recent
developments that may significantly impact psychiatric practice."
This site is about art and healing, it is
different from art therapy, it is about the creative arts as healing is
"Art Therapy In Canada website is Canada's first
Art Therapy resource page on the Internet. Those interested in Art
Therapy will find Art Therapy workshops, conferences, and associations
in Canada listed along with journals, books, international Art Therapy
links and much more! These pages are updated weekly".
This site describes the history,
characteristics, program features and extended bibliography of Assertive
Community Treatment/Case Management systems around the world
On Group Analytic Psychotherapy - Home
page of the Asociacion de Psicoterapia Analytica Grupal -A.P.A.G.
Information, texts, announcements. In Spanish.
The Association for Comprehensive
Neurology publishes a quarterly newsletter, Latitudes, dedicated to
exploring advanced and alternative approaches to attention disorders,
hyperactivity, Tourette Syndrome, autism, and learning disabilities.
The Association for the Study of Dreams is a
professional society devoted to the examination of mentation during
At Health provides behavioral health care information,
resources, a directory of licensed mental health professionals, and
continuing education information.
The Australian Transcultural Mental
Health Network seeks to improve the quality and accessibility of mental
health services available to Australia's immigrant communities through
the establishment of a national agenda in transcultural mental health
research; professional and community education and service development;
the provision of a national information and clearinghouse service.
Information provided on research, professional development, community
education and network members. State and national policy documents in
full text. Links to medicine, psychiatry, migration, refugees,
cross-cultural studies, ethnic health, and Australian institutions.
Der Berufsverband Österreichischer
Psychologinnen und Psychologen wurde 1953 als gesamtösterreichische
Vereinigung mit Sitz in Wien gegründet.Er vertritt die Belange des
Psychologenberufs und wahrt die Berufsinteressen seiner Mitglieder. Er
informiert die Öffentlichkeit über die Bedeutung der Psychologie sowie
der Arbeit von Psychologinnen und Psychologen für die Gesellschaft und
fördert die Umsetzung psychologischer Erfahrungen und Erkenntnisse. Der
BÖP vertritt derzeit etwa 1400 akademisch ausgebildete Psychologinnen
und Psychologen, die entweder freiberuflich oder in unterschiedlichsten
Institutionen und Organisationen tätig sind. Er unterhält Kontakte zu
allen Organisationen, die für Psychologen politisch und
gesellschaftlich wichtig sind. Der BÖP ist Gründungsmitglied der
Europäischen FÖderation Psychologischer Berufsverbände EFPPA.