[US] Information on the National Alliance
for the Mentally Ill (NAMI), a self-help, support, and advocacy
organization dedicated to improving the lives of people with severe
mental illness and their loved ones. Includes information on legislative
activities, a list of state alliances with contact information, book
reviews, fact sheets on a variety of issues related to mental illness,
and information on telephone support and referral services.
Resources and support for people recovering from
addiction, abuse and/or trauma. Particularly helpful for people seeking
to integrate Christian faith with the recovery journey. On-line forum,
over 2MB of files, resouces for support group leaders and lots more.
This site has a large range of sections
already, including links for counselling & health promotion. Other
sections under development currently include New Deal information,
curriculum links, careers and eventually will include sections on
current standards of good practice and codes of ethics in all the areas
of student services.
This site has numerous links to local
Health, Human Services and Welfare pages, Education resources, and
connections to State Legislatures.
U.S. government agency providing statistical
information that support policy decisions and actions to improve the
health of Americans. Site includes news releases and fact sheets on a
wide range of health-related issues; quick access to U.S. government
statistics on crime, demographics, education, and health; FAQs; the Monthly
Vital Statistics Report and other publications and products; a link
to FEDSTATS, a statistical database supplied by more than 70 federal
agencies, and links to other health-related databases, clearinghouses,
and comprehensive sites; and access to the search facility of the
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A community service designed to help individuals, who
are in need of pre-screened referrals, find an appropriate mental health
resource. L. JAMES GROLD M.D. F.A.P.A., Director of 1-800-THERAPIST, the
sponsor of this web page.
We are a national (U.S.) organization of
about eleven thousand clinical social workers/psychotherapists. This WWW
site is maintained for clinical social workers who are members of
state societies for clinical social work. We welcome ALL visitors, and
ask that you allow us to introduce ourselves with "About NFSCSW".
Health information referral service of
the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion of the U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services. Includes access to database
with information from more than 1,100 organizations and government
offices that provide health information on request to health-care
providers and the public. Information is also available on the annual
Partnerships for Networked Consumer Health Information conferences and
other activities of the Office of Disease Prevention and Health
Promotion and other federal health agencies.
This WWW server is a new service of the
National Institute of Mental Health and will be updated as changes
General information and databases, some
free of charge, including the 60,000 image collection of the History of
Medicine (search: images history medicine)
"The National Mental Health
Association, through its national office and more than 300 affiliates
nationwide, is dedicated to improving the mental health of all
individuals and achieving victory over mental illnesses. Founded in 1909
by Clifford W. Beers, a former psychiatric patient, NMHA is the nation's
only citizen volunteer advocacy organization dedicated to addressing all
aspects of mental health and mental illnesses. NMHA accomplishes its
mission as a force for social change through: Advocacy, Prevention,
Information and Referral, Public Education, and your help."
"An independent bimonthly newspaper
for practitioners. We are delighted to present
here an annotated table of contents for our current issue, with a peek
from time to time about what is forthcoming. We welcome letters to the
editor, and you can e-mail us from the bottom of this page. We invite
you to stimulate our thinking us as much as we hope we stimulate yours!
And, of course, we hope you will join us as a paid subscriber."
A Web Infofinder
- Neuroexam - Provides
an interactive online guide to the neurological exam with streaming
video demonstrations. It also includes text describing the
interpretation and anatomical basis of each part of the exam.
International Journal of Experimental and Clinical Research in
Biological Psychiatry, Pharmacopsychiatry, Biological Psychology/Pharmacopsychology
and Pharmacoelectroencephalography Official Journal of the International
Pharmaco-EEG Group (IPEG) The biological approach to mental disorders
continues to yield innovative findings of immense clinical importance.
In four separately edited but closely related sections, this journal
facilitates immediate comparison of data resulting from various
experimental and clinical approaches. It features original and
fundamental data on the relationship between neurophysiology,
neurochemistry, neuroendocrinology, genetics and between normal and
abnormal behavior; pharmacoelectroencephalographic studies and extensive
information on how psychotropic compounds affect both normal and
abnormal psychologic states. Regular reviews report new methodologic
approaches. Neuropsychobiology is a complete record of strategies
and methodologies employed to study mental functions.
Since 1976, providing professional
counseling & therapy from a Christian perspective - specializing in
individual psychotherapy, couples, sex, marriage, premarital, family,
divorce recovery, substance abuse, addictions, parenting skills, child,
adolescent, depression, grief, obsessions, compulsions, OCD, fears,
anxiety, panic attacks, eating disorders, anorexia, bulimia, aging,
retirement, men's issues, women's issues, singles, relationships, sexual
dysfunctions: inhibitions, lack of desire, intimacy & identity
issues, homosexuality concerns, sexual addictions, sexual mental,
emotional and/or physical abuse, anger, hurt, somatic stress & pain
relief therapy. Corporate & church consultation; speakers bureau
also available. A not-for-profit, nondenominational community service
organization, serving south-central & southeastern Pennsylvania
(PA), northern Delaware (DE), southern New Jersey (NJ), and
north-eastern Maryland (MD): with local offices in Wilmington, DE and
Harrisburg, PA . Phone consultations available anywhere. (800) 784-HOPE.
New Hope Healing Institute is a non-profit
organization providing support to adult survivors of abuse & sexual
trauma on-line and off line. On line site includes information, a
message forum, and links to other sites
Newsletter of the Depressive and Manic
Depressive Association. Includes articles on government activity related
to mental illness, coping with depression and other mood disorders,
research studies, and a membership application.
New Mobility is a partial electronic version of the
print magazine of the same title. Feature articles and some departments
are available as well as a feedback and chat room function. The site
also contains set of links to internet resources dealing with
disabilities and spinal cord injury. While unsentimental and
uncompromising, New Mobility's voice is practical, knowing and friendly.
New Mobility covers people and issues that matter to people with
disabilities: medical news and cure research; jobs; benefits; civil
rights; sports, recreation and travel; fertility, pregnancy and child
A free referral service to New York area
The newsletter will now be settling into
a regular publication sequence of one issue in the autumn and one after
the annual conference of SPR(UK) in March. The circulation varies
between issues, the May/June one generally going to the 200 odd SPR(UK)
members and the autumn issue going to them and to about 200 other
selected addresses in Britain of psychiatry, psychotherapy and
psychology training institutions etc.
From the Rowland Institute for Science,
makes it possible to get answers to questions while reading an author's
article. Currently, topics are restricted to "complex adaptive
systems" such as evolutionary computation, adaptive behavior,
artificial life, etc. Answers to any questions already asked can be
accessed directly. You can type a new question onto a form to be
forwarded automatically and anonymously to the author, who will
answer as soon as possible. Your question and its answer are added to
the article's Q/A structure and become available to everyone who
follows, ultimately creating an approximation to a high-quality
interaction with the author available to many people.
Abstracts of articles and information about the
Clinical training programs in
psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy - email@example.com.
THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER ONLINE provides an
online career center, information about and articles from THE NEW SOCIAL
WORKER magazine, links to social work-related sites, and more.
The Northwest Institute of Dynamic
was established to provide advanced training and further education in
psychoanalytic and psychodynamic psychotherapy in the North West of
England. The NWIDP is the main training and accrediting body in the
North West, and has links to the University of Manchester, the NHS and
other psychotherapy training organisations in the North of England. The
NWIDP is recognised as both a training and an accrediting body by the United
Kingdom Council for the Psychotherapies (UKCP), and Full members of
the NWIDP are entitled to be Registered as Psychoanalytic
Psychotherapists by the UKCP
The site provides lists of World Wide Web
Sites, Mailing lists and Newsgroups relevant to Nursing & Health
The New York State Commission on Quality
of Care for the Mentally Disabled site contains material which may be of
interes to providers and users [including researchers] of services for
people deemed to have disabilities.