E-zine and mental health resource. Extensive links on
topics such as: addictions, recovery, child abuse, fitness, depression,
family, etc.We publish original writing focused on personal growth and
the universal in human emotion. The site was designed as a self-help
resource, but is utilized extensively by professionals as well.
MCARE is pleased to announce the availability of its
new website. This site provides the most current information available
on managed care, long-term services and supports, and
self-determination, including links to news articles, upcoming
conferences and events, government documents, research and policy
papers, and individual perspectives. MCARE also intends to host on-line
discussions and to disseminate a series of videotapes featuring national
experts on managed-care issues. MCARE, the National Clearinghouse on
Managed Care and Long-Term Services and Supports for Adults with
Developmental Disabilities and Their Families, is funded through a grant
from the Administration on Developmental Disabilities at the U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services.
We have had a product called the Therapeutic Learning
Program available to mental health professionals for over 10 years. We
are now offering a CD-ROM self-help product called MASTERING STRESS and
have just recently put up a website.
A professionally run site well worth a visit.
"McLean Hospital is consistently ranked as one of
the best hospitals for mental health care and research in the United
States, and maintains the largest research program of any US private
Guide to Internet Clinical Medicine Resources, a
project of the American Medical Informatics Association's Internet
Lee Hancock's guide to health resources on the
PsyDoc2B - For Medical Students interested in
Psychiatry. This is the web page "companion" to the mailing
list of the same name. Content includes: Subscription information, list
activities, and links of interest to medical students and mental health
Therapy from a client's perspective
This is a multispecialty mental health practice which
provides timely informational articles on a variety of mental health
topics. We also provide the opportunity for consumers to email the group
confidentially to obtain preliminary information in response to personal
mental health questions.
- Mental Health
Concerns and Issues - This
web site was developed to provide an accessible service for people
under the care of the mental health system. Based in Britain, it is
run by individuals who are themselves patients. The site is entirely
independent and is not affiliated to any organisation. One of the
major aims of this site is to provide constructive information and
discussion that will help patients promote the dignity and respect
that we all deserve.
The Mental Health Education Page aims to take the
mystery out of the theraputic process as well as provide factual
information about the nature and treatment of mental illness.
A first-class mental health resource containing a
large volume of original material. This site is interesting, easy-to-use
and very well presented.
This site contains information and links for licensure
of psychologists, professional counselors, social workers, and marriage
and family therapists. State board information, state rules and
regulations, licensure preparation links, and current licensure issues
"User-friendly Directory for mental health professionals,
consumer, and their families. Highly selective listings: research,
alternative treatments, libraries, societies, mental health
activists, online support, self-help, MH Law, databases, abuse,
trauma, addiction, substance abuse, childhood didorders, phobias,
panic attacks, anxiety, anciety disorders, ADHD, alzheimer's
disease, autism, depression, bipolar disorder, suicide,
dissociative disorders, abuse, PTSD, tourette's syndrome, suicide, sleep
disorders, schizophrenia, OCD, grief, loss, gender disorders, and more.
If you still cannot find the information or resources you
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The Internet's biggest and best compilation of
self-help resources. Compiled and managed by Dr John Grohol.
published with the Centre for Mental Health Services Development (CMHSD),
King’s College, London. Now in its second year the Mental Health
Review is a practical quarterly journal which informs purchasers, policy
analysts, provider managers and senior practitioners in health, social
services, and the independent sector, about the latest developments in
mental health services. By subscribing to the journal, you will benefit
from the focused pieces on developing, commissioning and managing
services as well as being able to draw on the CMHSD’s substantial
experience and expertise in working at the interface between national
policy and local practice.
A very fine mental health resource based in Canada -
thorough and well-organised.
A comprehensive, annotated, and evaluative collection
Numerous links to information for patients and
families on many mental health problems from 2 family practice
The Newsletter of the Migration and Ethnic Relations
Group for European Research.
Guide to online therapy, written by a former patient;
introductions to legal and ethical concerns.
The interactive section of Mental Health Infosource.
Ask the Expert, The Write Brain, mailing lists and chat rooms.
A data base of mental health professionals in the USA.
"The Missouri Institute of Mental Health (MIMH)
was founded in 1962, as the Missouri Institute of Psychiatry. MIMH has a
of training and educating professionals and the public about mental
illness. Originally established as the research and training arm of the Missouri
Department of Mental Health (DMH), in 1974 the Missouri Legislature
transferred the Institute to the University
of Missouri-Columbia (UMC). Although the Institute reports to the
Dean of the School of
Medicine at UMC , it retains strong ties to the DMH. All MIMH
faculty hold appointments in the University's Department of Psychiatry
I am interested in raising a number of what seem to me to be
urgent questions about our theory and practice by exploring these in the
light of social changes. For me, the problems revolve around our
understanding of heterosexuality. So long as we do not try to correlate
our theories of psychic life with social conditions - whether these seem
'universal' or specific - without our intending it, they will become
reflective of these very conditions. Indeed, I think this has already
happened, in relation to both the castration complex and to