Counseling / Therapy Sites
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- SoYouWanna Choose a Therapist? Article discusses the different types of therapists, how to choose a therapist, and what to expect in your first meeting.
Solutions for individual and family problems in everyday language. Provides current psychotherapy ideas and practices so people can solve their mental health problems and find professional counseling resources.
- Mental Health Information by Dr. Marty Tashman
Collection of mental health papers that help you decide when a person needs therapy or how to select a therapist.
- Optimum Health Resources
Family physician, author and speaker, Dr.David Rainham provides a stress test, books and tapes to guide in taking charge of stress.
- ABS - Alternative Behavioral Services
Offers a wide array of behavioral health services that strive to reach the needs of the youth, families, and communities served (United States).
For the community there are many resources: counseling FAQs, library, glossary, therapist locator, chat room, advice column, forum, bulletin board. For therapists: a conference board, forum, seminars and employment information.
- Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
Offers diagnostic evaluations and clinical treatment for sensory cognitive treatments. Overview of programs, certifications, books and kits, multimedia, and contacts. Includes locations throughout the United States and London, England.
- Resource Center for Freedom of Mind
Helping victims of mind control. Defines a cult - stating not all are religion based. Links to cult awareness groups and resources. Steven Hassan, author of Combatting Cult Mind Control.
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