RESOURCES AND LINKS
The links below connect you to Web-sites and other links that provide information about a variety of mental health related issues. Although we screen the content of these sites regularly, changes may occur at any time and, therefore, accuracy, reliability and usefulness can not be guarantied. New links are regularly added to the list; we also welcome your suggestions about other useful links.
The Canadian Psychological Association maintains a free resource for clients, potential clients, and therapists: “‘Psychology Works’ Fact Sheets.” It is very helpful, because, as the Website states, “It is confusing to decide if you or someone you care about has a psychological problem. It is even more confusing trying to decide what the problem is and what to do about it. ‘Psychology Works’ is designed to give you information that you can trust.”
This site provides information from the Federal agency that conducts and supports research on mental illnesses.
This is the Website of the American Psychological Association. This link connects you directly to a list of topics related to mental health and psychotherapy.
This site provides credible health information supportive community and educational services. It blends expertise in content, community services, expert commentary and medical review.
The Website of the Anxiety Disorders Association of America offers complete information on anxiety and a special section on child/teen anxiety.
The obsessive Compulsive Foundation is an international organization composed of people with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and related disorders, their families, professionals and concerned individuals. The Foundation provides information on child and adult diagnosis and treatment.
The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry is a leading authority on children’s mental health. This site provides excellent information on the diagnosis and treatment of many psychiatric disorders affecting children, teens and their families.
This is a high-quality online information and support site concerning Asperger’s Disorder.
This is the Website of a Maryland-based advocacy and support group for individuals (and their families) diagnosed with Asperger’s Disorder and high functioning autism.
The Tourette’s Syndrome Association provides information about the diagnosis and treatment of this complex disorder.
This national organization provides education, advocacy and support for individuals with AD/HD.