This is a new site but is posted on NARSAD and several
other sites. I have identified unsuspected separation traumas in the
first two years of life which correlate with the later development of
Schizophrenia, and the identical traumas in the next year of life
correlate with the later development of non-psychotic Major Depression.
Sarnoff Mednick of USC tested and confirmed one of the many traumas on
the 6,000 patients in the Finnish database on Schizophrenia.
The web site also provides the latest information
about new theoretical concepts, and the textbook -- which is described
on the site -- was nominated for the Pulitzer for Advancements in the
Field of Psychiatry. The primary purpose of the web site is research,
but it also provides new information on Schizophrenia and Depression,
and it describes the new Unification Theory of Mental illness.
A leading WHO affliated centre for research and
training in Psychiatry and Psychology. The site highlights recent
findings, academic publications, and includes a catalogue of training
videos for sale.
Online resources for the school psychology community.
Counselors, educators, parents, psychologists, students, researchers,
News feature, including related links, on
anosognosia--a mental disability that affects some stroke victims--and
its implications for understanding the relationship between mind and
body. Some people with this disorder, who, remarkably, do not recognize
that they are paralyzed, have been found, even more remarkably, not to
be able to recognize paralysis in others. "This finding seems to
indicate that our awareness of ourselves is inextricably entwined with
our awareness of others."
Complete issues of the biweekly
"newspaper for the life sciences professional."
A lively and popular source of
information of professional interest and material for lay people. It
offers a question column with answers by professionals; psychological
book, software and movie reviews for parents; an interactive corner;
articles in many different departments ranging from sports psychology,
health, men's issues, women's issues, gay/lesbian/bisexual issues,
parenting, work and career transitioning to sexuality and relationships;
newsgroups; an interactive corner; a full-service bookstore; a
classified section, and an extensive library of Internet self-help lists
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Self Help System’s principle product
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little doubt that multimedia will become the preferred method for
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and Related Issues - Free
information about self-injury & related issues (dissociation,
eating disorders, childhood trauma and abuse, etc). Research based,
with extensive input from self-injurers. A valuable online
resource for self-injurers, and for anyone interested in the complex
phenomenon of self-injury. Site maintained by Jan Sutton,
author of Healing the Hurt Within: Understand and relieve the
suffering behind self- destructive behaviour.
The Self Psychology Page is dedicated to
discussion, information, and communication regarding Heinz Kohut's
psychoanalytic psychology of the self and contemporary developments. It
is sponsored by the International Council for Psychoanalytic Self
"ShrinkTank BBS was founded and
placed online in 1983, run by Rob Bischoff, Ph.D., on a Commodore 64
computer. In 1984, it was moved to an IBM Clone XT machine (with RamPage
memory running under Desqview. Multi-tasking in 1984 on an XT!) and in
1986 to a brand new 80386/20DX machine. The 'tank' was online until May
31, 1996 as a single line dial up (with a few exceptions, including the
earthquake of 1989 in Silicon Valley, CA). ShrinkTank BBS has always
been a FREE system and this replacement Web Site will follow that
"THE SIDRAN FOUNDATION is a national
nonprofit organization (501(c)(3)) devoted to education, advocacy, and
research related to: the early recognition and treatment of
trauma-related stress in children; the understanding and treatment of
adults suffering from trauma-generated psychological disorder To support
people with traumatic stress conditions, and to educate mental health
professionals and the public, Sidran has developed the following
The Sidran Press publishes books and educational
materials on traumatic stress and dissociative disorders. Recent titles
include Managing Traumatic Stress Through Art, Soldier's Heart:
Survivors' Views of Combat Trauma, Trauma Research Methodology, and The
The Sidran Bookshelf on Trauma and Dissociation
is an annotated mail order catalog of the best in clinical, educational,
and survivor-supportive literature on post-traumatic stress and
dissociative disorders and related subjects.
The PsychTrauma Infobase is a comprehensive
computerized information database of resources, including listings of
therapists, organizations, conferences, trainings, and treatment
The PsychTrauma Resource and Information Service,
drawing from the Infobase and Sidran's extensive library, provides
resources and referrals at no cost to callers from around the
The Dissociative Disorders Low-Cost Psychotherapy
Clinic, a demonstration project, provides both supervision for
therapists inexperienced in the treatment of dissociation and low-cost
therapy for clients who otherwise could not afford treatment. This
unique clinic was honored by the Peter F. Drucker Foundation for
Nonprofit Management with an award of special recognition for
PsychTrauma Education and Training, is currently developing an
introductory trauma treatment curriculum for use in training mental
health professionals and paraprofessionals who work in public mental
health agencies. Sidran has also developed public education workshops on
the psychological outcomes of severe childhood trauma for a variety of
audiences: adult survivors, partners and supporters, caregivers of
abused children, and non-clinical professionals (such as teachers,
social services personnel, clergy, etc.)."
A sophisticated and highly usable
healthcare and medical web site review program.
Provides a variety of links to psychology
organizations, US schools with psychology PhD programs, and
social-psychological topics of the day.
Offers a wealth of information, including
policy statements, answers to questions, publications about disability
insurance and SSI, legislative updates and press releases.
The Society for Psychotherapy Research (SPR)
is an international, interdisciplinary organisation dedicated to the
scientific study of psychotherapy in all of its various forms. There are
currently four regional chapters (North America, South America, Europe,
England) and over 1,000 members world-wide.
La Asociación tiene como objetivo responder, en
lo posible, a personas deseosas de superar un estado crítico de
sufrimiento o de conflicto psicológico individual y/o colectivo. Pone a
su disposición su revista mensual y sus reuniones de grupo mensuales de
Soulful Psychotherapy is a program and a
publication concerned with the soul IN psychotherapy and the soul OF
psychotherapy. It is the program of the Interdisciplinary Psychotherapy
Institute, a non-profit (501(c)(3) corporation.
"This is the Home Page of the
Southern California Psychoanalytic Institute, affiliated with the
American Psychoanalytic Association and the International Psychoanalytic
Association. The site describes the Institute, its various programs
including full analytic training, advanced training in psychodynamic
psychotherapy, and its Extension programs. Also included are links to
websites of related interest, and information about the Institute's
Psychoanalytic Clinic which offers low-fee psychoanalysis for qualified
applicants as well as other services."
"Southwest Psychotherapy Associates specializes in the
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Meta-index of resources on attention
deficit disorder, autism, cerebral palsy, communication disorders,
hearing impairment, learning disabilities, mental retardation, emotional
disorders, brain injury, and visual impairment.
A comprehensive, up-to-date and indexed
listing of sources of help with specific problem areas.
A survey by Dr. Otto Wahl, Associate
Professor of Psychology at George Mason University and by the National
Alliance for the Mentally Ill.
Online article - Wesley E. Sime, U
Nebraska at Lincoln.
Dedicated to those
interested in maximizing performance and enhancing emotional health.
My site offers on-line tips regarding a variety of
anxiety disorders as well as information and on-line order forms for my
self-help books, therapist manual, groups and consulting services
offered through the Center for Anxiety and Stress Treatment in
California and elsewhere by request. My book is part of a study at
Scripps Medical Clinic. I am co-author of a number of papers on panic
and social phobia with the Univ. of Ca. at San Diego's Medical Dept.A 10
week audiotape program is coming. Anxiety and Stress Treatment in San
Diego, Ca. My book is part of a research study at Scripps Medical Clinic
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Support Coalition is an independent
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rights violations, and to promoting humane alternatives. Led by
psychiatric survivors, Support Coalition membership is open to everyone
in the public who shares the mission.
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