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Here are a number of websites and online health resources (which are listed in pertinent sections throughout the site). Please note that websites can come and go, change addresses, etc.

Bipolar Disorder
Depression resources including bipolar disorder for adults, teens and children. Complementary, Herbal and Alternative medicine for depressive disorders.
Good Therapy
GoodTherapy.org is an international therapist directory with thousands of therapists from around the world. GT provides access to licensed, verified therapists by location, information about mental health, including blog articles written by therapist topic experts and inspirational content on our Facebook page. Fully equipped with a PsychPedia including biographies of all the famous psychologists, most mental conditions, types of therapy, terms used in psychotherapy and an entire database of all psychotropic medication.
Prayer Request
The Voice for Love provides prayer support for those in need through their online prayer request page as well as through their telephone hotline.
Bipolar Expedition
A regularly updated blog and autobiographical book which makes a humorous but honest account on life with Bipolar Disorder by Neil Walton
Harbor of Refuge
chat and support for people with Bipolar Disorder.
Allegheny County Coalition for Recovery
The mission of ACCR is to increase awareness of behavioral health recovery and to promotethe use of recovery principles and practices in behavioral health services in Allegheny County
beyondblue: the national depression initiative
Information about depression, anxiety and related disorders, available treatments and where to get help.
beyondblue's website for young people
information on depression, anxiety and how to help a friend.
Social Psychology Network
Over 19000 psychology links on a wide variety topics. Definitely worth a visit!
World Federation for Mental Health (WFMH)
An international membership organization to advance the prevention of mental and emotional disorders and the promotion of mental health.
Schizophrenia Magazine
This quarterly magazine offers articles for those with schizophrenia.
Schizophrenia Society of Canada
Provides information about the disease, schizophrenia, and links to other web sites dealing with this mental illness.
Fenichel.com
Some of the best online articles, resources and research tools are assembled here by a clinical psychologist, for easy reference.
Unlisted: A Story of Schizophrenia
Filmmaker Delaney Ruston, MD, produced "Unlisted: A Story of Schizophrenia" - a documentary film about a physician's struggle to stop hiding from and start caring for her schizophrenic father.
Schizophrenia: It's Not The End
This is a blog from an artist and poet who has struggled with schizophrenia for several decades and continues writing her journey online. Pam Wagner is the author of two books and manages and edits two blogs dealing her life and schizophrenia.
Your Marriage Counselor
Your Marriage Counselor is Dr. Marty Tashman, trained in marriage counseling with over 34 years of experience, Dr. Marty can help you restore your marriage.
Dr. Robert
Psychologist, sychotherapist, and nondual teacher Dr. Robert Saltzman replies to questions about problems in living.
The discussion forum of Dr. Robert Saltzman
Questions and replies about human psychology, psychotherapy, natural philosophy, and nondual awareness.
Schizophrenic
Schizophrenic.com is a resource for people who are dealing with Schizophrenia. We provide educational information, opinions and views from people who have been there, and real-time community interaction via this site and SupportGroups.com
BearTwinsMom Blog
Living within a spectrum of autism, mental health, parenting and politics

 
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