Online Dictionary of Mental Health
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Continuing Education (CE) courses for mental health professionals.

Index of sites in general health and medicine. Coverage includes topics in general health and health care--diseases and conditions, pharmacy, fitness, homeopathy, nutrition, geriatrics, heart-healthy lifestyles, living with diabetes, women's health, digestive and respiratory health, and weight management. Site also features access to medical and pharmacological databases, newsgroups, discussion groups, electronic newsletters, a local search facility, and a 72-hour search service

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The WCP is an international roof organisation of Psychotherapy training organisations, founded with the help of the European Association for Psychottherapy.

United Nations agency chartered to secure international cooperation in promoting the health and well-being of all peoples. Site includes descriptions of the Organization's major health programs worldwide; the World Health Report; the Weekly Epidemiological Record;; the Statistical Information System (WHOSIS); information on World Health Day; regional sources for news releases; newsletters; outbreak alerts; health advice for travelers; publications, a library of medical and scientific documents, and links to databases; a local search facility; and links to Internet search engines and index servers.

Hospital-alternative for People with Mental Illness: Windhorse Associates, a non-profit organization led by a coalition of professionals, family members and mental health consumers, provides community-based treatment for persons suffering from life-disrupting mental disorders. Founded in 1981, the Windhorse Program recognizes that significant recovery from mental illness can occur when supported by authentic relationships within a household setting. The program may be used as an alternative to hospitalization, for structured support in daily living, and as a transition to independent living. Our approach emphasizes a compassionate response to extreme mental states without excessive reliance upon medication.

Article in the August, 1995 Psychiatric Times.

Home page of Leya Aum, MA, MFCC Marriage, Family, and Child Counselor Feldenkrais Method Teacher Jin Shin Jyutsu Practitioner® and Freelance Writer.

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"Navigating the Internet can be a daunting, time-consuming task. For most busy physicians, the time required to map health-care resources eliminates the Internet as a practical library tool. In order to resolve this shortcoming, we have created WebDoctor™ - the Internet Navigator for Health-Care professionals. WebDoctor™ features a comprehensive, peer-reviewed index of Internet medical resources that is designed to provide up-to-date medical information to practicing physicians. More about WebDoctor™..."

Continuing Education (CE) courses for mental health professionals.

Index of sites in general health and medicine. Coverage includes topics in general health and health care--diseases and conditions, pharmacy, fitness, homeopathy, nutrition, geriatrics, heart-healthy lifestyles, living with diabetes, women's health, digestive and respiratory health, and weight management. Site also features access to medical and pharmacological databases, newsgroups, discussion groups, electronic newsletters, a local search facility, and a 72-hour search service

The latest news, special offers and updates to MHI.

The WCP is an international roof organisation of Psychotherapy training organisations, founded with the help of the European Association for Psychottherapy.

United Nations agency chartered to secure international cooperation in promoting the health and well-being of all peoples. Site includes descriptions of the Organization's major health programs worldwide; the World Health Report; the Weekly Epidemiological Record;; the Statistical Information System (WHOSIS); information on World Health Day; regional sources for news releases; newsletters; outbreak alerts; health advice for travelers; publications, a library of medical and scientific documents, and links to databases; a local search facility; and links to Internet search engines and index servers.

Hospital-alternative for People with Mental Illness: Windhorse Associates, a non-profit organization led by a coalition of professionals, family members and mental health consumers, provides community-based treatment for persons suffering from life-disrupting mental disorders. Founded in 1981, the Windhorse Program recognizes that significant recovery from mental illness can occur when supported by authentic relationships within a household setting. The program may be used as an alternative to hospitalization, for structured support in daily living, and as a transition to independent living. Our approach emphasizes a compassionate response to extreme mental states without excessive reliance upon medication.

Article in the August, 1995 Psychiatric Times.

Home page of Leya Aum, MA, MFCC Marriage, Family, and Child Counselor Feldenkrais Method Teacher Jin Shin Jyutsu Practitioner® and Freelance Writer.

Online Dictionary of Mental Health


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