Resources and Links

The following sites have proven useful or interesting, or are otherwise worth investigating

AAMFT (American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists)

Addictions: Links to other related sites

American Psychological Association

APA Division of Psychopharmacology and Substance Abuse

At Health Behavioral Health Resources–Psychology & Psychiatry

Atlanta Reproductive Health Centre

Bullying and Your Child

California Drug Rehabilitation Listings

CAMFT (California Association of Marriage & Family Therapists)

Cardiology.org–A very helpful site by Dr. Vic Froelicher of Menlo Park, CA

DearPeggy.com – Extramarital Resource Center–If your relationship is recovering

from an affair, this site may change your life!

GoodTherapy.org Very good site for articles, therapist search, and much, much more.

GiftFromWithin.org–Gift From Within-PTSD Resources for Survivors and Caregivers

Love and Logic Institute–Parenting will never be the same! Check out this remarkable site!

Mental Health Resource–Our goal is to bring people together around the issues of mental

health by providing concise, up-to-date information and a meeting place for patients, their

friends and families, and professionals.

SinglesDigest.com–They provide a comprehensive dating directory of the best dating sites on the net in every possible category.  (I find this to be a very comprehensive resource.)

A Helping Hand On Demand– On-line support groups

The Marriage & Family Counseling Directory–Find therapists and marriage counselors in the US and Canada, as well as live telephone counseling, online counseling, marriage counseling alternatives and more.

Theravive–Counseling With Values–NEW!  If you’re new to counseling, this site is well worth checking out.  Here is their statement:

Who We (Theravive) Are
First conceived of in Sep 2006 and formally launched in 2007, we are a directory of independent counselors and clinics throughout North America that provide counselling and resources to individuals, couples, and families while upholding strong values. All of the counselors listed on our site have committed to upholding our core values in their practice.  We work with clients to resolve issues so that they can move forward with their lives and not be dependent on counseling for years to come. Clients are encouraged in a safe environment to discover how the presenting issues affect life, learn the important changes needed to be made, and with tools provided by the counselor, begin a new journey towards a brighter future; a more fulfilling life of purpose, meaning, and greater joy.

Veterans–Absolutely go to this resource!!



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