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    Resources for Partners of Sexual Abuse Survivors – Support for Partners

    Dancing in the Darkness – Is an informative and thought-provoking resource for rape and sexual abuse survivors. It includes a message board & a chat room, where survivors can connect with one another in real time.

    My Story of Sexual Abuse

    Sexual Abuse – Sequoia’s Story

    Rape & Sexual Abuse Survivor’s Site

    Child Abuse Stories – An invitation to write your own true child abuse & have it posted. Comments for each page are welcome.

    Sexual Abuse Stories

    Healing and Hope for Survivors of Sexual Violence

    Female Sexual Abuse – The Untold Story

    Psych Central – Childhood Sexual Abuse

    Male Abuse Survivor Support

    Violence and Abuse Survival

    Menstuff – Sexual Abuse Resource

    My Sexual Abuse Story

    Women’s Empowerment Stories

    Sexual Abuse Article –

    Rape and Sexual Abuse Stories

    Overcoming Child Abuse

    Sexual Abuse Article

    Male Violence and Abuse Resources

    Sexual Abuse Blog

    Sexual Assault in Male Victims

    Male Sexual Abuse Resources


    Eating Disorder Stories –

    Eating Disorder First Hand Stories

    Recovery Stories –

    My Eating Disorder Story

    My Story by Anna Paterson

    Eating Disorder Stories –

    My Eating Disorder –

    Personal Stories –

    Battling an Eating Disorder –

    Personal Stories –

    Eating Disorder Stories

    National Eating Disorder Foundation

    Eating Disorder Resource –

    My Eating Disorder Story –

    Eating Disorder Awareness Video –


    Anxiety Rachel’s Story –

    Our Stories  –

    Personal Stories of Panic – Anxiety

    My Anxiety Story –

    Personal Stories –

    My Story –

    Personal Stories –

    Real Life Stories –

    Social Anxiety Stories –

    Success Stories –


    True Stories of Depression

    Personal Stories about Depression

    Depression Stories

    Depression Personal Stories

    Men & Depression –

    Depression Stories –

    Personal Stories –

    Stories of Recovery & Personal Experiences

    Helen’s Story –

    Depression Personal Stories

    Survivors & Friends Providing suport for Survivors of Sexual Abuse

    Survivors of Sexual Abuse –

    Patty Rase Hopson Adult Survivor of Childhood Sexual abuse –

    Sexual Abuse Resources

    Domestic Violence/Sexual Abuse Resources

    GATS Counselling & Treatment Services is a private In-Residence and Outpatient  facility specialising in the treatment of addiction, co-dependency and other related disorders. GATS’ clinical experts reach beyond single-level treatment of addictions and co-dependency to diagnose and treat the underlying problems.

    Specialised treatment  of  Addiction to alcohol and drugs, Pathological Gambling  Disorder (Gambling Addiction) Eating Disorders – Bulimia, Anorexia, Compulsive Overeating, Sexual Addictions and other related disorders, Love & Relationship addiction-avoidence, Workoholism, Spending & Shopping Compulsion / Addiction, Internet Addiction/Compulsion, Depression, Anxiety & other Mood Disorders, Spiritual Crisis.

    Seattle Divorce Lawyers in Washington State – TLC

    The Acupuncturists at CARE Wellness Center

    Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs & Holistic Medicine in Margate Florida treating infertility, chronic & acute pain, weight loss, depression, anxiety, allergy and much more.

    Herbal Remedies Links – Natural And Beneficial Herbal Remedies, Ayurvedic Medicinal Herbs And Dietary Supplements Related Websites And Online Resources

    Lakewood Family Medicine – A Tacoma Cirropractor and Naturopathic Medicine

    New York Acupuncture, Alternative Medicine & Chinese Herbs Clinic – New York Acupuncture, Alternative Medicine & Chinese Herbs New York Acupuncture Private Practice of Dr. Shaobai Wang, MD from China, NYS Lic. Acupuncturist, Columbia University Medical School research scientist specializing in Chinese herbs and Acupuncture for Bell’s palsy, Fertility, Acne, Pain, Allergies, Stress, Depression,  Seizures, Smoking, Impotence and more. is the most complete guide to information about Self -Improvement, Personal Growth and Self Help on the Internet. It is designed to be an organized directory, with articles and references to thousands of other Web Sites on the World Wide Web. provides one of the most complete collections of Free Newsletters for Self Improvement and Personal Growth on the internet.

    Psychology Resources/Links

    A Beginner’s Guide Abnormal Psychology

    Website provides concise summaries of anxiety, mood, personality, sexual, delusional, substance use, somatoform, and dissociative disorders.

    APA Diagnostic Classification DSM-IV

    This is the online text of the DSM-IV which is a diagnostic tool used in diagnosing psychological disorders.

    Albert Ellis Institute

    Site provides information about Albert Ellis, rational emotive behaviour therapy, and two papers written by Albert Ellis.

    Anger and Aggression

    Website discusses theories and facts about anger and aggression, anger in intimate relationships, prejudice, and how to deal with aggressive people.

    Behavior Online – Conversations with and discussions about notable psychotherapists.

    Bereavement in Adult Life – Article looks at the components of grief, the normal course of grief, and complicated grief.

    Bereavement in Childhood

    Article looks at separation and loss in childhood, the long term effects of bereavement, the effects of the death of a sibling, and how to help bereaved children.

    Biofeedback Webzine – This Web magazine presents information about biofeedback, including current research, clinical applications, and techniques for treating stress disorders.

    Child Abuse Crisis: The Disintegration of Marriage and Family

    Article discusses how children are more likely to be victims of child abuse if they come from a broken family. Some of the effects of child abuse are discusses as well.

    Civilization and Insanity

    This article discusses how people believed that mental illness increased in frequency based on how primitive an ethnic group’s brain was and by how civilized they were.

    Dr. John Grohol’s Mental Health Page

    Contains extensive resources for clinical psychologists, clients, and students; cites many special-interest internet psychology newsgroups and mailing lists.

    Drugs, Brains, and Behavior – This online book discusses topics that include the behavior and chemistry of the brain, psychopharmacological concepts, fear and anxiety, pain, depression, schizophrenia, arousal, tolerance, drug abuse, and habitual behaviors.

    Existential Theory of Carl Rogers – This article discusses Carl Rogers’ client centered therapy focusing on its three key points of congruence, unconditional positive regard, and empathic understanding.

    Guide to the Internet for professionals in child mental health

    This paper offers an overall guide to the Internet and more specifically describes what is available to psychologists, psychiatrists and other professionals in child mental health.

    Health Psychology Library

    Website provides links to a number of web sites concerning health psychology.

    Internet Mental Health

    A magazine/encyclopedia of mental health information.

    Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology

    APA journal is a key outlet for papers in this field.

    Journal of Counseling Psychology

    APA journal for counselling psychologists.

    Mental Health InfoSource

    Provides a range of resources, including descriptions of many psychological disorders.

    Mental Health Resources

    The About Mental Health Resources page provides access to a variety of resources about health and mental health as well as a very well-designed user interface.

    Mental Health Terms Glossary

    Website provides the definitions to a list of words relevant to mental health.

    Mental Help Net

    Excellent site contains a vast number of mental health resources, from popular articles to specialized resources for professional psychologists.

    Website explores the issues associated with the Internet-based delivery of therapy and other psychological services.

    Nonverbal Learning Disorders on the Web

    Website provides information and resources about nonverbal learning disorders.

    Psychology in Daily Life

    Website provides links to articles about anger, dealing with the aftermath of disaster, how to achieve good mental health, stress, women and depression, and the benefits of exercise.

    Psychometric Assessment

    This site provides a brief description of ability, aptitude, and personality testing. It also discusses how tests are constructed.

    Remembering Dangerously

    This article discusses the possible dangers in recovering repressed memories.

    SALMON Study and Learning Materials On-Line for Physiological Psychology

    Website provides information about neurotransmission, depression, hormones and stress, sexual behaviour, sex differentiation, ethology, aggression, learned helplessness, drug tolerance, and drug addiction.

    Shrink Tank Web Site

    Has lots of downloadable software for clinical applications, testing, etc.

    Stanton Peele Addiction Web Site

    Contains the writings of Stanton Peele on various aspects of addiction.

    The Caregiver’s Handbook

    This handbook discusses caring for elders, provides ideas that caregivers can use to look after themselves, and discusses the emotional and intellectual well-being of the elderly.

    The Merck Manual

    Provides access to a large online manual used extensively in medical practice.

    The Wounded Healer

    Provides resources for partners, allies and surviors of sexual assault.

    Transference, Schema, and Assimilation

    Article discusses “the relevance of Piaget to the psychodynamic theory of transference.”

    Addiction Resources

    AADAC – Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission

    The AADAC site offers you addictions information, a resource book, links to related sites, and information about the programs offered to help youth in the province of Alberta.


    This comprehensive website provides information about various substance addictions, populations, treatment, prevention, social issues, organizations, statistics, the war on drugs and more.

    Alcohol and the Brain

    This article takes a brief look at the possible mechanisms by which alcohol effects the brain. It looks at the lipid theory, the protein theory, and the various neurotransmitters which may facilitate the absorption of alcohol.

    Animations: How Drugs Work

    This excellent set of demonstrations show how drugs work in the body and in the brain. There is an animation showing how brain cells communicate, and there are demonstrations depicting the effects of alcohol, cocaine, and opiates in the brain.

    Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA)

    Provides information relevant to minimizing the harm that may result from the use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.

    Cocaine Abuse and Addiction

    Website provides information about cocaine including what it is, how it works, the short term and long term effects of cocaine use, and the effects of maternal use.

    Dual Diagnosis Website

    Online book provides information about substance abuse disorders in adolescents and about various treatment issues and options.

    Youth Drinking: Risk Factors and Consequences

    Article presents a number of developmental and psychosocial risk factors for youth drinking and substance use as well as some of the possible consequences.

    Counseling Resources

    21st Century Process Consultation

    An overview of current process consultation is provided in this article.

    AADAC – Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission

    AADAC’s website provides information about various forms of addictions such as alcohol, drugs, gambling, and tobacco.

    Adlerian Society of Wales

    Information about Adler and Adlerian counselling.

    Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

    Information about the tenets of their organization, the effects of alcoholism on family members, personal stories of people coming to grips with their alcoholism, and much more.

    American Counseling Association

    Provides resources for students, information about ethics, and much more.

    American Counselling Association (ACA) Resources

    American Counseling Association’s code of ethics, provides frequently asked questions about counseling.

    Beginning Therapy With Clients: A Primer

    A number of suggestions for counselors who are meeting a client for the first interview are provided in this article.

    Bowen Center for the Study of the Family

    The home page for the Bowen Center for the Study of the Familyincludes descriptions and illustrations of the major tenets of Bowen family systems theory.

    Career Development eManual

    This online manual provides information about planning your career. Topics covered are self assessment, research, decision making, networks and contacts, work, and life/work planning.

    Career Development

    Article discusses the work-meaning connection, job satisfaction, career happiness, and developments in career development theory.

    Division 17 Counseling Psychology

    This is the homepage for the APA’s Division 17, Counseling Psychology.

    Group Psychotherapy

    An overview of group psychotherapy is provided at this site along with links to other online articles and resources.

    National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC)

    Homepage of the National Board of Certified Counselors. It offers information about their organization and the services they provide.

    Research Methods Knowledge Base

    This comprehensive web-based textbook discusses sampling, measurement, research design, data analysis, validity, reliability, and ethics, as well has how to develop a research question and write a research paper.

    Women for Sobriety, Inc.

    Women for Sobriety is specifically focused on helping women recover from alcoholism. This site provides information about the organization and a collection of articles discussing women and alcoholism.

    Eating Disorder Resources

    A Genetic Link to Anorexia

    A possible genetic link was found on chromosome 1 which indicates that genetic predisposition may exist for anorexia.

    Anorexia and Bulimia

    Article discusses the symptoms, consequences, causes, and treatment for anorexia and bulimia.

    Binge-eating Disorder: What’s the Best Treatment?

    In this article, researchers debate whether the best treatment approach for treating binge eating disorder is to address the psychological or weight issues first.

    Eating Disorder Referral and Information Center

    Website provides information on all types of eating disorders and treatment resources.

    Eating Disorder Site

    Information about the diagnosis and treatment of anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa.

    Eating Disorders

    Website provides news, articles, stories, and information about eating disorders. Also includes articles concerning how males are affected by eating disorders.

    Eating Disorders Shared Awareness

    Good advice about various facets of eating disorders and links to other sites; based in Sudbury, Ontario.

    Eating Disorders in Adolescents: Principles of Diagnosis and Treatment

    Article discusses the issues that arise when adolescents have eating disorders.

    Partners in Illness: Patients Trading Thiness Tips

    Article discusses how patients with eating disorders can learn different weight loss methods from other patients which they then begin to use, which impedes their treatment.

    Promising Treatments for Anorexia and Bulimia

    A form of family therapy to treat anorexia and bulimia has been developed and is discussed in this article.

    The Centre for Eating Disorders

    Website at the St. Joseph’s medical center has information about bulimia, anorexia and binge-eating disorders.

    Mood Disorders Resources

    All About Depression

    Website provides information about depression, its causes, diagnosis, treatment, medication, special topics, and resources.

    American Association of Suicidology

    Website provides information and resources about suicide.

    Assessing and Managing Depression in the Terminally Ill Patient

    Article discusses some of the barriers to recognizing depression in terminally ill patients. In order to illustrate the points made, case studies are provided along with examples of how to diagnose and treat depression.

    Biological Theories of Manic-Depression

    Article discusses the genetic and bio-chemical theories concerning the causes of manic-depression.

    Bipolar (Manic Depressive) Disorder

    Website provides links to a number of other online articles and web sites that concern bipolar disorder.

    Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention

    Provides information about the organization, online brochures and a directory of prevention centres and survivor support groups.

    Depression Central

    Dr. Ivan provides a wealth of resources on this topic including varieties of depressive disorders, psychotherapeutic and drug therapies, famous people with mood disorders, suicide and its prevention, first-person accounts of depression and more.

    Depression and Self-Concept

    Website discusses depression and low self-esteem, theories about the causes of depression, and methods for coping with depression.

    Depression and the Birth and Death of Brain Cells

    Article discusses how the death of brain cells, stress, glucocorticoids, the hippocampus and serotonin contribute to the onset of clinical depression.

    Pendulum Resources: Bipolar Disorders Portal

    Site provides information about bipolar disorder and major depression such as diagnostic criteria, treatments, and links to other related articles and websites.

    Suicide Awareness

    Information, resources, and practical advice about suicide prevention.

    Suicide Information and Education Centre

    Canada-based centre provides a wide variety of resources in suicide prevention; site has won several awards.

    Panic and Anxiety Disorders Resources


    This website answers some common questions that people have about Agoraphobia.

    Answers to Your Questions About Panic Disorder

    Article discusses the symptoms of a panic attack; and the causes, side effects, and treatment of panic disorder.

    Anxiety Network

    Links to three different sites that offer information about social anxiety, generalized anxiety, and panic.

    Generalized Anxiety Disorder

    Article describes the symptoms of generalized anxiety disorder.

    OCD Center of Los Angeles

    Website provides a brief description of obsessive compulsive disorders and descriptions of OCD spectrum disorders such as body dysmorphic disorders, hypochondriasis, phobias, social anxiety, and panic disorders. A suggested reading list and links to a number of related sites are also included.

    Pharmacologic Treatment of Panic Disorders

    Article discusses the use of SSRIs, MAOs, tricyclics, and GABA agonists in treating panic disorders.

    Social Anxiety Disorder

    Website provides information about the symptoms, causes and treatment of social anxiety disorder.

    Social Phobia/Social Anxiety Association

    This association provides a definition of social phobia, as well as practical examples of what it’s like to live with a social phobia or anxiety disorder. Treatment for these two disorders is also discussed.

    Personality Disorders Resources

    Antisocial Personality Disorder

    Website provides information about antisocial personality disorder including how to diagnose it and treat the disorder.

    Borderline Personality Disorder

    Website provides a brief description of borderline personality disorder.

    Borderline Personality Disorder Articles

    Website provides a list of articles concerning borderline personality disorder.

    Borderline Personality Disorder Central

    Website provides a description of the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors of people who have Borderline Personality Disorder.

    Dependent Personality Disorder

    Article provides a good description of dependent personality disorder. It also discusses how the disorder can be treated, even when it is comorbid with an addiction.

    Dual Diagnosis and the Antisocial Personality Disorder

    Article provides a good description of antisocial personality disorder, a discussion concerning how it can be treated, and also a discussion regarding how to treat a person who has antisocial personality disorder and an addiction.

    Dual Diagnosis and the Borderline Personality Disorder

    Website provides a description of borderline personality disorder, discusses how it can be treated, and discusses what happens when the disorder is comorbid with an addiction.

    Dual Diagnosis and the Paranoid Personality Disorder

    Article provides a description of paranoid personality disorder, various methods of treating the disorder, and also a description of how to treat the disorder when it is comorbid with an addiction.

    Laura’s Story of Borderline Personality Disorder

    Laura shares her first hand account of what life is like with borderline personality disorder and how she has been working to overcome it.

    Narcissistic Personality Disorder

    Article discusses the features of the narcissistic personality disorder, and the implications the disorder has on the people’s self image, views of others, relationships, and treatment.

    Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder

    Website provides an in-depth description of the obsessive compulsive personality disorder including how it can be treated. It also discusses how to treat a person who has the disorder and also an addiction.

    Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

    Website provides a description of obsessive compulsive disorder and provides links to online resources.

    Self-Injury: A Struggle

    Website tells the story of one girl’s struggle with self-mutilation. It also has articles and links to other sites concerning self-injury.

    Stress and Adjustment Disorders

    A Guide to Grief

    Website provides a summary of the grieving process and it focusses on the emotions that people typically feel while grieving.

    Child Trauma Academy

    Website provides a number of articles concerning many issues related to child abuse.

    Managing Traumatic Stress: Tips for Recovering From Disasters

    Website provides a summary of what should be done and the issues that should be considered when people are recovering from disasters and other traumatic events.

    Mind Tools – Stress Management Skills

    Website discusses how to manage stress effectively, what optimal stress levels are, and how to reduce stress.

    National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

    Website provides information about post-traumatic stress disorder and includes relevant literature. Some of the topics that the literature discusses with respect to post-traumatic stress disorder are accident/injury, active military duty, assessment, biology, children, ethnocultural, forensic, health, refugees, relationships, spirituality, treatment, veterans, and women.

    Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Memory, and the Brain

    Article discusses how memory and the brain contribute to post-traumatic stress disorder.

    Rape Trauma Syndrome

    Article describes a number of the symptoms that may appear at the various stages of the rape trauma syndrome.

    Stress, Trauma, Anxiety, Fears, and Psychosomatic Disorders

    Website provides information about sources and types of stress, theories explaining stress and anxiety, ways of handling stress and anxiety, and treatment of specific anxiety problems.

    Trauma Info Pages

    Information about the management of traumatic stress.

    Trauma Treatment Manual

    Article describes what a person can do to help someone deal with a trauma that they have experienced.

    Therapy Resources

    About Psychoanalysis

    Provides information about psychoanalysis including child and adolescent psychoanalysis. It also discusses who can benefit from psychoanalysis.

    Applied and Interactive Theater Guide

    Contains information and links concerning drama therapy.

    Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies

    Includes information about journals, special interest groups, and ABCT membership.

    Behavior Analysis and Therapy Program

    Describes this program based at the Rehabilitation Institute of Southern Illinois University.

    Carl Rogers

    Article provides an overview of Rogers’ theories such as incongruity, defenses, fully-functioning people, and client-centered therapy.

    CounselorLink Home Page

    Main purpose is to educate the general public about counselling, psychotherapy, and mediation; has links to other counselling sites.


    Talk to Eliza and get a demonstration of artificial intelligence and nondirective psychotherapy.

    Family Therapy

    Article discusses family therapy, marriage, divorce, anger, domestic violence, child abuse, communication, and death and dying.

    Gestalt Therapy Theory: An Overview

    Website provides information about Gestalt therapy including its philosophical roots, its view of human nature, the basic principles of Gestalt therapy, and the methods of therapy.

    Music Therapy: The Power of Music

    Examines the power of using popular music in therapy. Also provides links to web-based and print-based resources pertaining to music therapy and related mental health topics.

    Personal Counseling in Secondary School Education

    Article discusses how to counsel adolescents.

    Philosophy of Psychiatry Bibliography

    Extensive book list on psychotherapeutic topics is linked to, an online bookstore, to facilitate access to the recommendations.


    Ottawa-Based psychology consulting clinic maintains this list of clinical psychology and self-help resources.

    Psychiatry and Psychotherapy

    Dr. Richard Corelli provides information regarding several types of psychological disorders.

    Psychological Self-Help

    Online book describes the nature and practical use of self-help methods to induce changes in behaviour.


    Website provides information about many aspects of psychotherapy including what goes on in a psychotherapy session, what the different types of psychotherapy are, a brief description of personality, and when its time to stop going to psychotherapy.

    Self Psychology Page

    Website provides links, papers, and reprints about contemporary psychoanalysis.

    Self-Help Sourcebook Online

    Serves as a guide for finding self-help groups for individuals and families affected by a variety of psychological and medical disorders.

    Systematic Desensitization

    Website provides a guide to self-administer systematic desensitization.

    The Gestalt Therapy Page

    Links to a variety of resources in Gestalt therapy; jointly sponsored by the Gestalt Journal and the International Gestalt Therapy Association.

    Classical and operant Conditioning

    Choice and Strict Matching

    This article discusses the matching law, the law of effect, choice, Herrnstein’s law, and generalized matching.

    Important Scientists in the Early Development of Comparative Cognition

    This site provides information about Darwin, Romanes, Morgan, Thorndike, Pavlov, Kohler, Lorenz, Skinner, and the theories they developed.

    Learned Helplessness

    This article discusses Seligman’s experiments about learned helplessness in dogs and how he applied the results to depression in humans.

    Learning and Memory

    Website provides information about classical conditioning, operant conditioning, learning, neural networks, and more.

    Learning by Observation

    Website provides videos of a chimpanzee learning by observation.

    Operant Conditioning

    Website provides an online demonstration which lets you train a fuzzy creature to run or dance by using reinforcement and punishment.

    Operant Conditioning

    Website describes various features of operant conditioning such as schedules of reinforcement, matching, extinction, and stimulus discrimination.

    Operant Conditioning and Behaviorism – an Historical Outline

    This article outlines the major events that have occurred during the development of operant conditioning and behaviorism.

    Positive Reinforcement Tutorial

    Athabasca University tutorial teaches the behaviour-analysis concept of positive reinforcement.

    Rescorla Wagner Model

    Website describes the various aspects of the Rescorla Wagner equation and the concepts behind the model.

    Simple Schedules and Feedback Functions

    This site discusses fixed ratio, variable ratio, variable interval, and fixed interval schedules.

    The Adaptive Mind

    This website has modules and demonstrations about operant conditioning and learning by observation.

    The Behavioural System

    Website provides information about contiguity, classical conditioning, operant conditioning, and observational learning.


    Website provides a number of unique tutorials and demonstrations that focus on various functions of the brain including sensation and perception, cognition, transmission of neural impulses, and learning.


    Website provides 10 different tutorials covering the topics of brain and behavior, sensation and perception, states of consciousness, learning, motivation and emotion, cognition, intelligence, personality, and social psychology.

    Biological and Physiological Resources

    A Role for Ovarian Hormones in Sexual Differentiation of the Brain

    Article discusses “activational effects, androgens, corpus callosum, estrogen, female default hypothesis, feminization, masculinization, organizational effects, sensitive periods,sexual differentiation, [and] testosterone.”

    Alcohol and the Brain

    This article takes a brief look at the possible mechanisms by which alcohol effects the brain. It looks at the lipid theory, the protein theory, and the various neurotransmitters which may facilitate the absorption of alcohol.

    Alzheimer’s Disease: Unravelling the Mystery

    Article provides graphical representations of a brain with Alzheimer’s disease, its causes, diagnosis, and treatment.

    Animations: How Drugs Work

    This excellent set of demonstrations show how drugs work in the body and in the brain. There is an animation showing how brain cells communicate, and there are demonstrations depicting the effects of alcohol, cocaine, and opiates in the brain.

    Association for Applied Psychophysiology

    This site provides information about what biofeedback is, what neurofeedback is, what psychophysiology is, and what problems biofeedback can correct.

    Biofeedback Webzine

    This Web magazine presents information about biofeedback, including current research, clinical applications, and techniques for treating stress disorders.

    Biology of Stress

    Article discusses the biological basis of stress.

    Brain Evolution and Neurolinguistic Preconditions

    This article discusses “the biology of language, conceptual structure, evolution, Homo Habilis, language acquisition, neurolinguistics, origin of language, paleoneurology, preadaptation, [and] sensorimotor feedback.

    Bridging the Brain Gap

    This article discusses the relation between the brain and social trust.

    Civilization and Insanity

    This article discusses how people believed that mental illness increased in frequency based on how primitive an ethnic group’s brain was and by how civilized they were.

    Cortical Neuron-Astrocyte Interaction

    Website reviews neuronal and astrocyte interactions and the effects they have in the body.

    Drugs, Brains, and Behavior

    This online book discusses topics that include the behavior and chemistry of the brain, psychopharmacological concepts, fear and anxiety, pain, depression, schizophrenia, arousal, tolerance, drug abuse, and habitual behaviors.

    Evolutionary Psychology: A Primer

    This article provides an introduction to evolutionary psychology. It discusses James’ theory of instinct, five essential principles of evolutionary psychology, the design of organisms, nature and nurture, and reasoning instincts.

    Gender and the Brain

    Website discusses the differences in the brains of men compared to the brains of women.

    Nailing Down Pheromones

    This article discusses the discovery of two pheromones in women.

    Neuroanatomy and Physiology

    This Website describes that various components of the brain and provides diagrams.

    Probe the Brain

    Website lets you probe the brain to discover what area of the brain controls which part of your body.

    SALMON Study and Learning Materials On-Line for Physiological Psychology

    Website provides information about neurotransmission, depression, hormones and stress, sexual behaviour, sex differentiation, ethology, aggression, learned helplessness, drug tolerance, and drug addiction.

    Weight Control and Obesity

    This article discusses how weight can be controlled by mechanisms in the brain.

    Whole Brain Interpreter

    Article discusses split brain patients.


    Website provides 10 different tutorials covering the topics of brain and behavior, sensation and perception, states of consciousness, learning, motivation and emotion, cognition, intelligence, personality, and social psychology.

    neurology-related resources

    Emotions and Motivation

    Emotional Participation in Decision-Making

    This article discusses the amygdala’s role in emotional assessments, the organization of emotional expression, the emotional experience, and the role of the frontal lobes in emotion.

    Fear and the Amygdala

    This site discusses the role the amygdala may play in producing fear.


    Brain Disorders Network

    Website from the National Foundation for Brain Research.

    Brain Study Module

    Website provides a colorful tutorial about the various structures of the brain.

    Cognitive Neuroscience Society

    Has information about the society and its activities.

    Comparative Brain Anatomy

    Website has information and images concerning the comparison of brains of different animals, the slicing of brains, and neurons. There is also a discussion relating brain size and structure to intelligence.

    Conversations with Neil’s Brain

    A web book about “the neural nature of thought and learning.”.

    Endocrine Disorders

    Website is an extensive source of information about endocrine disorders.

    Interactive Brain Atlas: The Digital Anatomist Project

    Website “contains 3-D computer graphic reconstructions of brain material; MRI scans; tissue sections, some enhanced with pathways; gross brain specimens and dissections; and summary drawings.”.

    Milestones in Neuroscience Research

    This website provides a detailed timeline of the major events that occurred during the history of neuroscience.

    Montreal Neurological Institute – Brain Imaging Centre

    “The McConnell Brain Imaging Centre (BIC) is one of the largest scientific communities in North America dedicated solely to research imaging of the human brain.”.

    NMDA Receptors

    This article discusses NMDA receptor blockers and the prevention of neuronal damage due to strokes, epilepsy, Huntington’s Disease, and AIDS.

    Neural Transplantation and Recovery of Cognitive Function

    This article discusses the “cholinergic system, cerebral ischaemia, cognitive function, diffuse versus point-to-point neuronal systems, [and] neural grafts.”.

    Neuroscience Tutorials

    Tutorials are provided for a broad range of topics including visual pathways, somatosensory pathways, different structures of the brain, and sleep.

    Neuroscience for Kids

    Although this site is designed for kids, it is a vast resource for people of all ages. It contains information and diagrams about many neuroscience topics including brain structure, sleep, the spinal cord, the peripheral nervous system, the neuron, sensory systems, neuroscience methods and techniques, the effects of drugs on the nervous system, and neurological and mental disorders.

    Society for Neuroscience (SFN)

    The Society includes psychological perspectives on neuroscience.

    The Components of the Human Brain

    This website provides excellent figures and descriptions of the brain starting with the major divisions of the brain, then moving to subordinate structures and systems.


    Site provides a number of unique tutorials and demonstrations that focus on various functions of the brain including sensation and perception, cognition, transmission of neural impulses, and learning.

    Sleep and Dreaming

    Dream Warriors

    Article discusses the story of one researcher and one clinician who investigate the purpose of dreaming.

    Dreams: Info for Students

    Website describes how a person can perform a scientific study about dreams.

    International Association for the Study of Dreams

    Website provides information about the association, links to a journal about dreaming, and links to online articles about dreaming.

    Lucid Dreaming

    Website provides information about lucid dreaming which occurs you realize that you are dreaming yet you continue to dream.

    Psychology, Culture, and Evolution

    This site discusses consciousness; the evolution of the brain, consciousness, language, and sociality; sleep paralysis; and nocturnal hallucinations.

    Sleep Deprivation

    This article discusses “what all undergraduates should know about how their sleeping lives affect their waking lives.”.

    Sleep Medicine Homepage

    “This home page lists resources regarding all aspects of sleep including, the physiology of sleep, clinical sleep medicine, sleep research, federal and state information, patient information, and business-related groups.”

    The “Purpose” of Dreams

    Article discusses how some scientists believe that dreams do not have underlying meaning or purpose.

    Website acts as a resource for job searching and also provides help with interviewing techniques.

    Cognitive Resources

    Artificial Intelligence

    Website has information concerning the history of artificial intelligence, the different approaches to creating artificial intelligence, its applications, interviews with experts in the field, and links to interactive sites.

    Center for Research on Concepts and Cognition

    Describes current research activities at this centre based at Indiana University.

    Cognitive Neuroscience Society

    Has information about the society and its activities.

    Cognitive Science Dictionary

    Award-winning dictionary of cognitive science terms that Dr. Michael Dawson maintains at the University of Alberta.

    Color Matters

    Website provides information about color and how it affects the brain, body, vision, design, and art.

    Conversations with Neil’s Brain

    A web book about “the neural nature of thought and learning.”.

    Gestalt Archive

    Website provides “Gestalt theory and Gestalt psychology articles in full text.”.

    History of Cognitive Psychology

    Website provides a brief overview of the influential figures in cognitive psychology.

    International Association for Near-Death Studies

    Website provides information about near-death experiences.

    Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research

    Work in AI published here.

    Minds Are Simply What Brains Do

    Article discusses the perception of the discontinuity between the mind and the brain, memory and change, embodiments of the mind, freedom of will, and the uncertainty and stability of the mind.

    Mission: Critical

    Supports a virtual lab that encourages users to engage in critical thinking. Includes discussions about the various parts of an argument, the analysis of arguments, common fallacies, and non-rational persuasion.

    Motivational Factors in Routine Performance

    Website enables you to manipulate the variables in this experiment to demonstrate the motivational factors in routine performance.

    Subliminal Perception

    Article provides some information about subliminal perception which “occurs whenever stimuli presented below the threshold or limen for awareness are found to influence thoughts, feelings, or actions.”.

    Theory Into Practice (TIP)

    This site provides summaries of numerous theories found in behaviourism, cognition, and educational psychology.

    Thinking About Thought

    This on-line book discusses cognition, connectionism, consciousness, free will, emotions, ecological realism, quantum and relativity theory, and other topics.

    Web Vision

    Website provides information concerning many aspects of vision including the anatomy and physiology of the eye, retinal circuits, neuroactive substances in the retina, color vision, psychophysics, and the primary visual cortex.


    Website provides a number of unique tutorials and demonstrations that focus on various functions of the brain including sensation and perception, cognition, transmission of neural impulses, and learning.


    Website provides 10 different tutorials covering the topics of brain and behavior, sensation and perception, states of consciousness, learning, motivation and emotion, cognition, intelligence, personality, and social psychology.


    Consciousness and Cognition

    Article discusses the first person and third person approaches to consciousness and cognition, the relationship between these two approaches, the coherence test, and why we think we are conscious.

    Consciousness, Folk Psychology, and Cognitive Science

    This article defines consciousness, challenges the folk concept of consciousness, and looks at the roles which intrinsic qualities and self attribution play in consciousness.

    Facing Up to the Problem of Consciousness

    Article outlines the theory of consciousness, discusses the problems of consciousness, and provides a functional and non-reductive explanation of these problems.


    Website describes hypnosis; subconscious, unconscious, and self hypnosis; and the history of hypnosis.

    Key Concepts in Hypnosis

    Website provides the definition of hypnosis, the history of hypnosis, and addresses a number of issues and concerns related to hypnosis.

    Online Papers on Consciousness

    Website provides links to over 700 “online papers on consciousness and related topics.”.

    The Problem of Consciousness

    “This paper attempts to begin to answer four questions. 1. What is consciousness? 2. What is the relation of consciousness to the brain? 3. What are some of the features that an empirical theory of consciousness should try to explain? 4. What are some common mistakes to avoid?”

    Memory Resources

    Amnesia and Cognition Unit – University of Arizona

    Describes research activities in progress; primary concern is with memory changes due to aging and brain injury.

    Creating False Memories

    Site discusses false childhood memories, imagination inflation, impossible memories, and how false memories are formed.

    Definition of Memory and Memory Implications

    Site provides a description of memory, amnesia, implicit memory, and the accuracy of memory.

    Elizabeth F. Loftus

    This is the web site of Elizabeth F. Loftus who is a researcher interested in false memories. The page provides links to a number of articles she has written on this topic.

    Human Memory

    Presents a number of memory improvement techniques and illustrates how human memory can be measured.


    This site takes a look at memory and how it is related to emotions and dreams. The site also discusses levels of personal awareness and cognitive perceptual theory.

    Memory: A Contribution to Experimental Psychology

    This article is about Ebbinghaus’ famous experiment about memory and learning.

    Child Resources

    Aboriginal Head Start Program

    The Aboriginal Head Start program is based on the Head Start Program created in the United States and has been tailored to fit the needs of Canadian Aboriginals.

    Attachment Research Center

    This site provides information about Bowlby’s theory of attachment, the controversies associated with his theory, preverbal communication, attachment, aggression, and psychotherapy.

    Attachment Theory and Research at Stony Brook

    This is a University of Stony Brook site and it reviews the Bowlby-Ainsworth studies on attachment theory. It also provides links to attachment research, literature, and resources.

    Birth Psychology

    In the pages of the Association for Pre- & Perinatal Psychology and Health (APPPAH) “you’ll be able to explore the many mental and emotional dimensions of pregnancy and birth in everything from scholarly articles to personal stories and late-breaking headlines.”.

    Child Development Abstracts & Bibliography Online Edition

    This journal publishes abstracts of articles from a variety of other journals; this content is available online for a trial period.

    Child Labour

    This site is sponsored by the International Labour Organization and is concerned with the issues of child labour. Site may help orient someone trying to understand the possible problems associated with child labour.

    Child Trauma Academy

    Website provides a number of articles concerning many issues related to child abuse.

    Child Trends Links

    Links to welfare and poverty, teen pregnancy, trends and statistics, fatherhood, and children and youth.

    Child Welfare Information Gateway

    Child Welfare Information Gateway connects professionals and concerned citizens to timely, essential information and resources targeted to the safety, permanency, and well-being of children and families.

    Child and Family News

    Although this site is intended to supply ideas and information for journalists, students may be interested in reading about some of the issues concerning child and family news that Tufts University believes are notable. It may be useful for choosing a topic for a paper.

    Child-Neuro Home Page

    The main purpose of this site is to coordinate the available Internet resources concerning issues in child neurology, both for professionals and patients.

    Children Without Friends

    Article discusses the problems that children without friends experience, the causes of peer rejection, and ways to improve social skills.

    Children’s Understanding of What’s Real on Television

    Article discusses how children of different age groups classify what they think is real or possible on television.

    Children, Youth and Family Consortium Research Links

    A list of research on children and adolescents compiled from a variety of sources put together by the University of Minnesota’s Children, Youth, and Family Consortium. This includes reports on prevention, youth in single-parent families, resiliency and risk, adolescent nonmarital childbearing and welfare, child nutrition, and other topics.

    Cultural Diversity and Early Education

    This report discusses many issues related to cultural diversity and early education such as cultural diversity at home and the implications for early education.

    Early Brain Development

    This article discusses the importance of early brain development and some actions that foster brain development.

    Early Brain Development

    Article discusses brain development in infants and how it is influenced by interaction, touch, stable relationships, safe environments, self esteem, quality care, communication, play, music, and reading.

    Early Learning Resources

    List of links, books, and other materials for teaching 3-6 year olds to read, do math, tell time, etc.

    Fetal Development Overview

    Website provides an outline of the events that occur in fetal development. It includes images and an animation of a developing fetus.

    Fetal Psychology

    This article discusses the development of a fetus’ ability to move, taste, hear, see, learn, and be alert.

    Fostering Goodness: Teaching Parents to Facilitate Children’s Moral Development

    Article discusses the components of moral development and functioning children and how they can be influenced by various characteristics of parents.

    Income and Child Well-being: A New Perspective on the Poverty Debate

    Site provides a summary of research concerning children from low income families and their communities, families, behaviours, health, learning, and culture.

    Jean Piaget

    Article provides a brief biography of Jean Piaget and a summary of the four stages of his developmental theory.

    Kids Health

    Site provides information about the development of children and adolescents. It also provides information about the health issues they may face.

    Language Development in Children

    Website provides a chart of typical milestones in the language development of children.

    Pediatric Psychiatry Pamphlets

    A series of “pamphlets” about child and adolescent psychiatric disorders written by a pediatric psychiatrist “meant to address the specific culture of western Nova Scotia”. Included are attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, oppositional defiant disorder and conduct disorder, panic, separation anxiety disorder and agoraphobia.

    Society for Research in Adult Development

    “The international membership of the Society for Research in Adult Development includes people from all disciplines who are interested in positive adult development. Positive adult development refers to development starting in late adolescence and continuing through life. The focus is on expanded capabilities and changes that improve the quality of life.”.

    Society for Research in Child Development

    Members of this society endeavour to establish and maintain ethical standards for research with children and try to use the results of their research to influence policies made affecting children and their families.

    The Beginnings of Behavior

    A description of prenatal development (including a figure depicting prenatal development) and early reflexes. Includes self-tests to determine amount of material recalled.

    The Child Psychologist

    Website provides information about various developmental and learning disorders.

    The Future of Children

    Website provides links to journal articles concerning issues relevant to children.

    The Mistakes Young Children Make: Preoperational Reasoning

    Articles discuss some of the mistakes that young children may make with respect to egocentrism, animism, conservation, and reversibility.

    The Visible Embryo

    This website offers a visual and written description of abnormal and normal development of a human embryo from conception to birth.

    Zero to Three

    Website provides information concerning infants from the time they are born until the age of three. Some of the topics that are covered in the website are developmental milestones, brain development, and early literacy.

    Adolescent Resources

    Adolescence Directory On-Line

    ADOL: Adolescence Directory On-Line. Offers a number of links to sites related to adolescence. The Mental Health Issues link offers 18 topics including suicide, sexual abuse, adolescent development, eating disorders, grieving, and many others. When selected, each of the above topics provides links to several other web sites.(E.g., clicking on “adolescent development” resulted in 5 further links. Clicking on “normal adolescent development” resulted in a web page written by the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychology which described issues and characteristics of early, middle, and late adolescence.).

    Adolescence and Peer Pressure

    Article provides some facts about peer pressure.

    Adolescent Growth and Development

    Article discusses physical, cognitive, and psycho-social development and how it affects adolescents.

    Adolescent Lovers Studied

    Article discusses how “falling in love makes adolescents more depressed, and more prone to delinquency and alcohol abuse than they would have been if they’d avoided romance.”.

    Adolescent Violence

    Article discusses adolescence, some problems which may be encountered by adolescents, and the effect of violent entertainment on adolescents.

    Eating Disorders in Adolescents: Principles of Diagnosis and Treatment

    Article discusses the issues that arise when adolescents have eating disorders.

    Girls and Puberty: The Crisis Years

    Article discusses some of the issues that girls are faced with during puberty such as self-esteem, health, and weight issues.

    More Girls Experience Early Puberty

    In recent years, more girls have been experiencing puberty. This article discusses a couple of possible explanations as well as the implications that early puberty has on young girls.

    Reproductive Health of Young Adults

    Website is a comprehensive presentation of contraception, pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. It also has a great set of references and information concerning reproductive health of young adults.

    Youth Drinking: Risk Factors and Consequences

    Article presents a number of developmental and psychosocial risk factors for youth drinking and substance use as well as some of the possible consequences.

    Youth Media Network

    The Youth Media Network site encourages adolescents to use multimedia to communicate their views. It is a site for youth advocacy.

    Theories of Development Resources

    Cognitive Development and Intelligence

    Website provides information about Piaget’s and Vygotsky’s theories, and about various theories of intelligence.

    Gilligan’s In a Different Voice

    A detailed but clear description of Gilligan’s theory of moral development, based on her book “In a Different Voice”.

    Kohlberg’s Stages of Moral Development

    Describes Kohlberg’s theory of moral development and compares it to Piaget’s ideas. It also goes into detail about the whole concept of stages of development, discusses the relationship between moral thought and moral behavior, relates moral thought to other types of cognition, and discusses implications for education. It concludes with a discussion of the limitations of Kohlberg’s theory, including Gilligan’s ideas.

    Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

    Article discusses the different components of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.

    Moral Development and Moral Education: An Overview

    Article provides an overview of the theories created by Piaget, Kohlberg, Turiel, and Gilligan.

    Social Development Theory

    Brief summary of Vygotsky’s theory including 3 references. Includes a link to Genetic Epistemology (which gives a brief summary of Piaget’s theory, links to other theorists exploring intelligences, & several references).

    The Child & Family WebGuide

    The WebGuide is an online rating and review guide that contains six categories of information: Family, Education, Health, Typical Development, Childcare, and Activities. This site is intended for parents and students studying child development at the high school, undergraduate and graduate level.

    Verbal and Intellectual Development

    A brief overview of language and cognition (including Piaget’s theory). Self-tests are also provided.

    Learning Resources

    ADD Resources

    ADD Resources is a rapidly growing national non-profit organization whose mission is to help people with ADD/ADHD achieve their full potential through support and education. Their website offers 100 free and carefully chosen articles helpful to adults with ADD/ADHD and to parents of children with ADD/ADHD, a free monthly eNews, 100 links to other ADHD-related websites, the National ADHD Directory, and more.

    Athabasca University, Educational Studies

    The Athabasca University provides a number of courses in Educational Studies .

    Attribution Theory

    This article provides a description of attribution theory, an example of a study which illustrates the effects of attribution, a discussion of the problems associated with external attributions, and some suggestions concerning the effective use of attributions.

    Careers in Educational Psychology

    Site gives some information about careers that are available in educational psychology.

    ERIC and AskERIC

    TheERIC database, accessible through gopher, houses a large database of educational research and other information.

    Ed Psych Central

    This site provides a huge list of links to educational psychology web sites.

    Education Consumers Clearinghouse

    “The Education Consumer’s Clearinghouse is an Internet mailing list whose purpose is to empower education’s consumers. It serves as a medium for communication and source of consumer-friendly advice and expertise. Subscribers are able to ask questions, post information and opinion, or just listen. It is supported by advertising and free to users.”.

    Education Policy Analysis Archives

    Electronic journal has online articles.

    Educational Technology’s Effect on Models of Instruction

    This site takes a look at four different models of instruction: the direct instruction/explicit teaching model, the cooperative/collaborative learning model, the cognitive apprenticeship model, and the discovery learning model.

    Global SchoolNet

    Provides access to resources relevant to global project-based learning, problem-based learning, and online collaborative learning.

    Media Awareness Network

    The mission of this organization is to “promote and support media education in Canadian schools, homes, and communities through a world class Internet site.” You can find media issues, web awareness information, critiques, media history, and more.

    Motivation and Attribution Theory

    This article discusses the role attribution plays in motivation. It also takes a detailed look at the motivated underachiever.

    National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)

    School psychology resources.

    Personal Construction Theory

    Site provides information about personal construct theory and links to other resources.

    School Psychology Resources Online

    This site provides links about “learning disabilities, ADHD, functional behavioral assessment, autism, adolescence, parenting, psychological assessment, special education, mental retardation, mental health, and more.”.

    Situated Learning and Situated Cognition: A Brief Summary of WWW-based Resource

    Links are provided to sites concerning situated learning and cognition.

    Theory Into Practice (TIP)

    This site provides summaries of numerous theories found in behaviourism, cognition, and educational psychology.

    Traditional Intelligence Theories

    Site provides information about how schools have been impacted by traditional theories of intelligence, how they may be impacted by the theory of multiple intelligences. It also provides information about Howard Gardner.


    Influential Therorist Resources

    Abraham Maslow

    Site provides a summary of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and theory of self-actualization.

    Albert Bandura

    Site provides a “biographical sketch” of Albert Bandura.

    Albert Ellis Institute

    Site provides information about Albert Ellis, rational emotive behaviour therapy, and two papers written by Albert Ellis.

    Alfred Adler

    Article provides an overview of Adler’s life and of his theories concerning lifestyle, teleology, social interest, inferiority, psychological types, childhood, birth order, and therapy.


    Article provides an overview of Aristotle’s life, his writings, and theories about the soul, ethics, nature, politics, and art.

    Arthur Schopenhauer

    Site provides an overview of some of Schopenhauer’s contributions.

    Carl Rogers

    Article provides an overview of Rogers’ theories such as incongruity, defenses, fully-functioning people, and client-centered therapy.

    Carl Rogers

    This site provides a biography about Carl Rogers, a summary of his theories, and a timeline highlighting the important events in his life.

    David Hume

    Article provides a brief biography about Hume and also provides a summary of his contributions to topics such as empiricism, association, causation, and moral philosophy.

    Edmund Husserl

    Article provides a biography of Husserl and summarizes his theories about psychologism and transcendental phenomenology.

    Eugen Bleuler

    Site provides a brief biography of Eugen Bleuler. He was the first to use the term “schizophrenia.”

    Famous Figures in Psychology

    Site provides links to websites about influential people in psychology.

    Freud His Life & Thought

    Site is from a lecture series on Freud, taught in the Department of Religious Studies at Carleton University.

    Freud Net

    Site provides information and articles about Freud and psychoanalysis.

    Freud: Conflict and Culture

    The Library of Congress hosts this exhibition which “examines Freud’s life and his key ideas and their effect upon the twentieth century.”.

    Important People and Discoveries in Psychology

    PBS provides brief biographies and short synopses of people and events that played a significant role in the development of psychology.

    Important Scientists in the Early Development of Comparative Cognition

    This site provides information about Darwin, Romanes, Morgan, Thorndike, Pavlov, Kohler, Lorenz, Skinner, and the theories they developed.

    International Kraepelin Society

    Site provides a biography of Emil Kraepelin and a number of related links.

    Jean Piaget

    This article provides a brief summary of Piaget, the creator of an influential developmental theory.

    Forensic Psychology Resources

    Access to Justice Network

    Website provides information about many areas of Canadian law including young offenders, aboriginal people, juries, and other topics.

    Battered Woman Syndrome: A Select Bibliography

    Website provides a list of journal articles, books, and web sites concerning battered woman syndrome.

    Crime Times: Biological Causes of Criminal, Violent, and Psychopathic Behaviour

    Website provides links to many articles concerning forensic psychology.

    Eric Clearing House and Assessment and Evaluation

    “Resources for locating psychological and educational tests including standards, test selection tips, [and] a searchable database of test descriptions.”

    Ethical Considerations of Trial Behaviour Consultants

    Article discusses the ethics of jury selection and the influence of non-verbal behavior.

    Forensic Psychology on the Net

    Website provides a number of links concerning forensic psychology.

    Forensic and Psychological Assessment and Expert Witness

    Website provides information and links concerning forensics and psychological assessment.

    On the Witness Stand: Essays on Psychology and Crime

    Classic essays about psychology and crime by Hugo Munsterberg.

    Psychometrics Canada

    Website provides information about the selection and assessment of psychological tests.

    The Courtroom

    Website provides links to articles concerning the courtroom, eye witness testimony, and DNA evidence.

    Zeno’s Forensic Site: Information on Forensic Science

    Website includes links to other sites concerning forensic psychiatry/psychology and expert witness.

    Recovered Memories Resources

    Definition of Memory and Memory Implications

    Website provides a description of memory, amnesia, implicit memory, and the accuracy of memory.

    Elizabeth Loftus – Leading Researcher in False Memories

    Elizabeth Loftus’ site provides links to articles she has written about false memories.

    Eye Witness Demonstration

    Demonstration shows how easy it is for a person to mistake the identity of a suspected criminal.

    Key Concepts in Hypnosis

    Site provides information about hypnosis, how it affects memory, and the recovery of false memories.

    Questions and Answers About Memories of Childhood Abuse

    Article addresses the generation of repressed, recovered, and suggested memories. Website summarizes a number of pertinent findings from research concerning recovered memories of sexual abuse.

    Recovered Memory Project

    Site includes links to “full-text articles, abstracts, and data tables on recovered memories, memory research, malpractice, ethics and related topics, 22 peer-reviewed studies about amnesia and child abuse, [and] 24 publications on traumatic amnesia in holocaust survivors.”

    Repressed Memories & Recovered Memory Therapy (RMT)

    Some topics covered by this site are what are/are not recovered memories, what techniques are used in recovering memories, how often do repressed memories occur, and how reliable are recovered memories.

    Why Believe That for Which There is No Good Evidence?

    This is an opinion article describing why the belief that repressed memories occur may be false.

    Research Methods Resources

    Evaluation Research

    An overview of various aspects of evaluation research can be found at this site including information about planning an evaluation cycle, developing an evaluation culture, types of evaluation, evaluation strategies, and evaluation questions and methods.

    Library Research in Psychology

    Pamphlet was created by the American Psychological Association (APA) Science Directorate to help students and non-psychologists find relevant research on psychological topics of interest.”

    Methods in Behavioral Research

    Website provides links to a number of on-line resources which cover the topics of scientific understanding of behavior, ethical research, research methods and designs, measurement concepts, surveys, experimental designs, conducting research, quasi-experimental and single-subject designs, understanding research results, and writing research reports.

    Qualitative Research

    Links to sources of information about qualitative research methods, which is a nontraditional approach popular among some sociologists and social psychologists.

    Questionnaire Design

    Article discusses the objectives in using a questionnaire, how to write a questionnaire, and the possible problems that may be encountered when writing a questionnaire.

    Research Methods Knowledge Base

    This comprehensive web-based textbook discusses sampling, measurement, research design, data analysis, validity, reliability, and ethics, as well has how to develop a research question and write a research paper.

    Applied Social Psychology Resources


    This comprehensive website provides information about various substance addictions, populations, treatment, prevention, social issues, organizations, statistics, the war on drugs and more.

    Animations: How Drugs Work

    This excellent set of demonstrations show how drugs work in the body and in the brain. There is an animation showing how brain cells communicate, and there are demonstrations depicting the effects of alcohol, cocaine, and opiates in the brain.

    Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA)

    Provides information relevant to minimizing the harm that may result from the use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.

    Classical Leadership

    At this website, you will be provided with summaries of trait, behavioural, contingency, situational, and transformational approaches to leadership.

    Facts About Media Violence and Effects on the American Family

    Articles presents a list of facts about the effects of media violence, video game and cyberspace violence, and music violence.

    Personality Traits in Abusive Relationships

    This website lists the personality traits of abusers and partner’s of abusers who are involved in intimate partner violence.

    Family and Relationship Resources

    Dating, Love, Marriage, and Sex

    Website provides information about attraction, love, marriage, divorce, the cultural taboos of sex, and other topics.

    International Society for the Study of Personal Relationships (ISSPR)

    Provides access to scholarly discussion groups, as well as conference and grant information.

    Love – A Chemical Affair

    Article discusses how various chemicals are associated with different stages of love.

    Marriage and Family Processes

    Website discusses the cultural factors which shape family structure, relationships, parenting, and family forms.

    Parenthood Detrimental to Marriage? Not Necessarily…

    “Marital researchers identify a prescription that may buffer newlyweds against stressors.”

    Psychology of Love: An Introduction

    Website provides links to a number of articles about love. The articles discuss the historical background of love, current psychological theories of love, Freud’s psychoanalytic theory of love, and attachment theories of love.

    Understanding Ourselves and Our Relationships

    Website discusses personality, self-understanding, our relationships with our family and with others, sustaining long term relationships, competition, and feeling superiority.

    Why a Bad Marriage is Worse for Women than Men

    Article discusses how “men’s and women’s different physical responses to their emotions influence their marital satisfaction and physical health.”.

    Gender Resources

    Biological and Sociocultural Views and Consequences of Gender Stereotyping

    This article presents a discussion concerning whether sex roles have a biological or social basis.


    Website provides links to articles concerning gender and its relation to television, film, information technology, representation, social identity, and personal identity.

    Gender Gallery

    Website highlights popular media related to issues of gender and sexual orientation. It also provides links to online discussions, organizations, and resources.

    Web site offers links to news and resources focusing on issues of gender and gender-oppression in society. Links to literature clearinghouses, advocacy, and resources are included.

    Sport Psychology Resources

    A Psychoanalytic Perspective on Anxiety in Athletes

    This article discusses winning and the anxiety of separation, the dread of success, self psychology and sports, Freud’s instinctive theory and sports, and secondary gain found in defeat.

    Athletic Insight

    Athletic Insight is “the online journal of sport psychology.”.

    British Journal of Sports Medicine

    Journal provides links to some articles related to sport psychology such as the benefits of exercise in the treatment of depression. Site also provides links to other related websites.

    Disability Sports

    “This section consists of a brief overview of psychological/mental skills that may be useful to athletes with a disability, followed by abstracts related to this topic. Relevant list serves and web sites are listed at the end of this section.”

    Sport Psychology OverSite

    Although the name of this site implies that something is missing, there are many good pages linked here by both topics (e.g., self-confidence) and specific sports.

    Sport and Exercise Psychology

    Listing of organizations, graduate programs, a mailing list, and other information pertinent to sports psychology.

    Sports Psychology Page

    This page provides a list of links to other sport psychology pages.


    This is ” a peer-reviewed site for sport research.”.

    The Mental Edge

    Information about sport psychology; includes a list of readings in sport psychology.

    Journal Resources

    Journal of Adult Development

    Journal of Consciousness Studies

    Journal of Constructivist Psychology

    Journal of Environmental Psychology

    PSYCLINE: Your Guide to Psychological and Social Science Journals on the Web

    Resiliency in Action: A Journal of Application and Research

    Electronic Journals Resources

    Athletic Insight

    Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies

    Behavioral and Brain Sciences Preprint Archive

    Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood

    Current Research in Social Psychology

    Developmental Psychology

    Early Childhood Research and Practice

    Education Policy Analysis Archives

    Electronic Journal of Human Sexuality

    Health Psychology

    Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research

    Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication

    Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied

    Journal of Family Psychology

    Journal of Neuroscience Online

    Perspectives: A Mental Health Magazine

    Depression and Anxiety Resources

    BehaveNet Mood Disorder – Offers information based on the American Psychiatric Association’s “Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, fourth Edition”

    The Canadian Network for Mood and Anxiety TreatmentsInformation about anxiety, depression and bipolar disorders for the health professional and the general public.

    Christian Depression Pages – Information and support for Christians with depressive illnesses and those caring for them. It contains several active message boards and is also available in Icelandic.

    Depression in Women – Provides information, support and inspiration to the women who endure this disease. Articles by Dena Lambert.

    Depression in Young Adults – Focuses on depression and bipolar disorder in young adults. Offers treatment options, medication information, side effects, contacts, and a place to share your story.

    Dr. Ivan’s Depression Central – A clearing house for information on all types of mood disorders and their most effective treatments, compiled by psychopharmacologist Ivan Goldberg. The section on bipolar disorder is comprehensive.

    Early-Onset Mood Disorder – Article describing the epidemiology, natural history, and adult sequelae of early-onset affective illness, followed by a discussion of family-genetic and high-risk studies of juvenile affective illness.

    Holisticonline: Depression Infocenter – Comprehensive information on symptoms, causes and types of depressive illness. Treatment strategies include both conventional and alternative medicine.

    LDS Depression – Learn about depressive illnesses, read hints on how to cope and give or receive support in a safe environment, provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

    Learn About Depression – Read about the symptoms of, and the differences between major, clinical and manic/bipolar depression and also seasonal affective disorder (SAD).

    McMan’s Depression and Bipolar Web – Articles on depression and bipolar and home of McMan’s highly-acclaimed newsletter, plus news and annotated links.

    Mood and Anxiety Disorders Clinical Trials – Includes details on depression, social phobia, panic disorder, PTSD, OCD, GAD, new treatments and research from the Emory University.

    Mood Disorders In Teenagers – What are mood disorders, how are they diagnosed, treatments, and medications.

    Mood Sciences – Screen yourself for depression and related conditions using tools.

    Moodgym – A free self help program to teach cognitive behaviour therapy skills to people vulnerable to depression and anxiety

    The Moody News Newsletter for Depression, Mania and Other Mental Disorders – A newsletter by, for and about people coping with one of the biochemically-caused mood disorders and for anyone else who lives with or works with them.

    Psychiatric Genetics Studies – Research by the Center for Neurobiology and Behavior at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Designed to identify genes that cause mental disorders and help investigate better treatment options.

    Trillian’s Mental Health Pages – Cycle Of Moods – Information about mood disorders: Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Borderline, SAD and Schizoaffective Disorder I, and a mental health links list, humor, quotes and author’s own personal story about dealing with life with bipolar disorder.

    UCLA Mood Disorder Research Program – Includes research, description, resources and specific issues related to the ailment.

    All About Depression – Information on major depression, dysthymia, and bipolar disorder including causes, research, treatment, and medications.

    Alternative Solutions to Depression – Looking for more than a handful of pills to alleviate depression? Resources offer ideas that range from changing thinking patterns to changing diet. Books, articles, and online quiz.

    Depression – Diagnosis and treatment of depression.

    Depression: An Introduction – Information and symptoms of depression with a depression support site and information for friends and family. Also includes information on antidepressants, therapy, suicide, myths, books, poetry, and links.

    Depression and Alternative Health – Links to articles on antidepressants, herbs and depression.

    Depression Depot – Information on the causes and treatment of Major Depression, depression links, information on anti-depressants, non-drug therapy, and personal experience.

    Depression Disorders – Offers information, resources, current news, and articles for depression sufferers, including a forum and a chat hosted by psychologists and psychiatrists.

    Depression: Doctor’s Guide to the Internet – Recent medical news and information for patients or friends/parents of patients diagnosed with depression and depression-related disorders.

    Depression: How to Treat and Manage it Properly – Discusses depression and some options available for treating it. Also includes information on symptoms, causes, affects, and management.

    Depression Information and Screening – Offers confidential depression screening test online. Provides information on symptoms, treatments and how to find help.

    Depression Issues Community – How to diagnose, manage and treat depression. Includes medication information, hosted depression support groups, depression chatrooms, online depression tests, diaries, and buddy lists.

    Depression: – Depression symptoms, treatment, prevention, and outside resources for people who may be clinically depressed.

    Depression Quiz – Discover and track your depressive feelings today and over time.

    Depression Resource Center – Medical news, information, articles, links, message boards, and books. – An online psychiatrist describes depression and its treatment. Includes symptoms, patient stories and online testing.

    DepressioNet – A comprehensive source of information, help, and support for people who have depression or are depressed.

    Depression-Net – A source of information on depression, treatments and medicines. Includes patient and information from medical professionals.

    DepressionOz – Provides information on Australian resources. Also provides articles on areas of depression such as childhood, adolescent, elderly, post-partum, and secondary depression; plus articles on traditional and alternative treatment and therapies.

    DepressionVoice – Survey for people with depression. Share your experiences, learn from others, and help improve medical care.

    Families for Depression Awareness – Helps families and caregivers understand and cope with depression. Read and send Family Profiles to others to help raise awareness of depression and reduce the associated stigma.

    Feelgood Counseling: Depression Resource Center – Online and email counseling from a registered clinical psychologist. Free support groups, resources and recommended reading on depression and related topics.

    Focus on Depression – Information on treatment, antidepressant medications and support groups. Part of MedicineNet, Inc.

    Genetics of Recurrent Early-Onset Depression – A research study at the University of Pittsburgh used to identify genes that place individuals at risk for developing Major Depression and related disorders.

    St Johns Wort and Depression – More and more people are turning to St John’s Wort to treat depression. Why and what are the side effects? – Depression – A weekly series of articles on depressive disorder – diagnosis, treatment, special issues, essays, and personal stories – plus discussion boards, book reviews, a newsletter archive, online newsletter sign-up.

    Symptoms of Depression – From SAD, PMDD, anxiety and mood disorders, to chronic and postpartum depression, learn about the symptoms of depression in women, men, teens and children.

    The Synergy Group of Canada Inc. – Innovative research site on Mental Health. Depression Channel – An extensive amount of information about depression including news, research and insights from experienced therapists.

    To Heal Depression – A source of information on cause, diagnosis, and treatment of depression.

    Treatments for Depression – Categories of depression treatments include medication, psychotherapy, self-help, and alternative treatments such as herbs and phototherapy.

    Eating Disorders Resources

    About Face

    Combats negative and distorted images of women.

    After the Diet

    Provides a spectrum of products and services for individuals with eating problems related to stress, trauma, and similar problems, and for the professionals who help them.

    American Society of Bariatric Physicians

    Information on obesity and treatment options from a professional association of physicians who specialize in this area.

    Art Therapy & Eating Disorders

    Information about the application of art therapy in working with individuals who have eating disorders.

    Balanced Weight Management

    Discover how to become your own lifestyle self-manager as you cultivate twelve essential skills that create life-long well-being, a healthy weight, and a more vibrant friskiness.

    Beyond Hunger

    Beyond Hunger is a non-profit organization that provides workshops, support groups, prevention programs and referrals for adults and teens struggling with eating disorders and body hatred.

    Beyond the Disorder

    To Educate, Empower, and Encourage people to create healthy relationships to food and our bodies in the face of challenging social and cultural circumstances.

    Body & Soul-Blog

    A blog that focuses on creating a dialogue linking eating disorder/body issues and spiritual growth through compassionate inquiry and discussion. Focusing on our ‘self-dialogue’  through mindful awareness and meditative exercises.

    Body Image Works, Inc.

    Promotes healthy body image through creative educational resource materials.

    Body Positive

    From leaders in the size acceptance field, this page has information and links ranging from self-help to scientific, with forums, professional resources, facts about children and weight, and activism page, and more.


    An interactive online classroom and teleconference program for gaining freedom from struggles with food and weight.

    Bulimia Help

    Bulimia help provides a wide range of information about Bulimia Nervosa and food restriction.

    The Cariad Foundation

    The Cariad Foundation, Inc is a an organization dedicated to raising the awareness of eating disorders and providing opportunities for those who cannot afford treatment.

    Caring Online

    A great website with lots of information on it.

    Compulsive Eaters Anonymous

    Compulsive Eaters Anonymous-HOW is a fellowship of individuals who, through shared experience, strength, and hope are recovering from compulsive eating and food addiction.

    Diets Don’t Work, Break Aweigh from Disordered Eating

    Eating Disorder Expert

    Contains articles written by experts who continually update and add new content.

    Eating Disorder Hope

    Offering hope, support, and encouragement to those suffering from eating disorders and their loved ones.

    Eating Disorder Jobs

    The most comprehensive online employment board dedicated to the field of eating disorders.

    Eating Disorder Recovery

    Support for individuals suffering from eating disorders.

    Eating Disorder Referral and Information Center

    Gives referrals to eating disorder specialists, treatment facilities and support groups, etc.

    Eating Disorders Recovery Online

    Online treatment consultations (for a fee) and message boards are provided, along with basic information.

    The Eating Disorders Resource Center

    Located in Silicon Valley The Eating Disorders Resource Center (EDRC) aims to raise awareness through education of health care professionals and the general public.

    Eating Disorders Site

    Facts, personal testimonies and stories, poetry, links to other pages, book reviews, online support and more.

    ED Media Group

    A group to educate people on eating distress in Ireland.

    The New York Center for Eating Disorders offers supportive resources to help you declare peace with emotional eating.

    Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous

    An international fellowship of men and women who have experienced difficulties in life as a result of the way we eat.

    Food and Feelings Message Board

    Karen Koenig’s message board for The Food and Feelings Workbook

    Freedom From Eating Disorders

    Freedom From Eating Disorders offers encouragement, inspiration and practical recovery helps to those with eating disorders.

    Healthy Weight Network

    Devoted to presenting the truth about weight-loss gimmicks, this page has facts about eating and weight and is a media watchdog determined to rid the world of fad diets.

    Help For Eating Disorders

    Resources and information about eating disorders by author and clinical psychologist Sari Shepphird, Ph.D.

    The Joy Project

    A non-profit, grassroots organization based on the philosophy of using real-world, workable solutions to end the epidemic of eating disorders.

    MyEDHelp offers a wide variety of articles on a broad range of topics to help you along your way to recovery and much more.

    Online, interactive, self-help programs and resources for people suffering from eating disorders, depression, and related problems. Programs enhance therapy, establish a sense of community among subscribers, and change daily with user feedback, program enhancements, and new information.

    Recovery Resources Online

    Recovery links and resources

    The Something Fishy Website on Eating Disorders

    Signs and Symptoms, Physical Dangers, Definitions, Words for Victims Sufferings, Family and Friends Bulletin Board, Treatment Options, Links to other sites and much more.

    Eating Disorders Foundation of Victoria

    An online project that provides a chatroom and messageboard for people living with an eating disorder. Fully-moderated, recovery focused site, and a very safe place to connect with people who are on the road to recovery.

    Abuse Resources

    American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC)

    Association for Traumatic Stress Specialists (ATSS)

    Child Welfare League of America

    Crisis Intervention

    Eliana Gil’s Web Site

    Help for My Life

    Pandora’s Box – The Secrecy of Child Sexual Abuse by Nancy Faulkner, PhD

    Recovered Memories of Sexual Abuse

    Tragic Redemption – Book Review

    Adjustment Disorders Resources

    Disorders (

    DSM-IV criteria for Adjustment Disorder on

    Anxiety Disorders Resources

    Anxiety Disorder Association of America (ADAA)

    Anxiety Symptom Checklist

    The Anxiety Panic Internet Resource

    Association for Traumatic Stress Specialists (ATSS)

    Center for Anxiety and Stress Treatment

    Coping with Anxiety at

    Disorders (

    DSM-IV on

    Help for My Life

    Mood Disorders on this page

    National Center for PTSD

    Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders – Johns Hopkins InteliHealth

    Obsessive-Compulsive Foundation

    Online Diagnosis (

    Panic Disorders – Johns Hopkins InteliHealth

    Phobia – Johns Hopkins InteliHealth

    Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder – Johns Hopkins InteliHealth

    Stress Center – Anxiety and Depression

    Tests, Tests, Tests at (includes test regarding Anxiety)

    Behavioral and Cognitive-Behavioral Resources

    The Academy of Cognitive Therapy

    Behavior Online – Mental Health and Applied Behavioral Science 

    Behavioral Therapy – Johns Hopkins InteliHealth

    Stanley I. Greenspan, M.D.

    The National Association of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapists (NACBT)

    Cognitive Disorders Resources

    Alzheimer’s Association

    Disorders (

    DSM-IV criteria for Delirium on

    Traumatic Brain Injury Resources

    Crisis Intervention Resources

    American Red Cross

    Debt Counselors of America (DCA)

    Family Crises Internet Resources 

    The Virginia Disaster Stress Intervention Homepage

    Developmental Psychology and Disorders Resources


    Adolescence Directory On-Line (ADOL)

    Aging at

    American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC)

    Applied Behavioral Concepts (ABC)

    Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

    Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder — Johns Hopkins InteliHealth

    Autism Outreach

    Autism Society of America

    A Guide to Keeping Your Autistic Kids Safe

    Autism Fact Sheet

    Big Brothers Big Sisters National Organization

    Child Counseling – Helping Your Child Through a Divorce

    Child Welfare League of America

    Community Services for Autistic Adults and Children (CSAAC)

    Disorders (

    DSM-IV on

    Eliana Gil’s Web Site

    Enuresis and Encopresis — Johns Hopkins InteliHealth

    John Rosemond: Traditional Parenting 

    Stanley I. Greenspan, M.D.

    The Interdisciplinary Council on Developmental and Learning Disorders

    The Love and Logic Institute

    National Academy for Child Development 

    The National Association for Developmental Disabilities (NADD)

    National Center for Biblical Parenting

    Online Asperger’s Syndrome Information and Support (OASIS)

    Online Diagnosis (

    Pearson AGS Globe – supporting middle and high school learners

    Parenting & Child Development at

    Richland Newhope Center 

    Society for the Autistically Handicapped

    Tourette Syndrome 

    Yale Child Study Center/Developmental Disabilities (PDD Web Site)

    Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch

    Eating Disorders Resources

    Anorexia Nervosa – Johns Hopkins InteliHealth

    Beyond Physical Appearances: A Guide to Anorexia

    Bulimia Nervosa – Johns Hopkins InteliHealth

    Counseling Corner: Feeding the Mind of ED Sufferers

    Disorders (

    DSM-IV on

    Eating Disorder Referral and Information Center

    Eating Disorders, Anorexia, Bulimia (Something Fishy)

    Obesity and Depression — Johns Hopkins InteliHealth

    Obesity and Weight Control — Michael D. Myers, M.D.

    Online Diagnosis (

    Remuda Ranch – Programs for Anorexia and Bulimia

    Tests, Tests, Tests … at (includes test regarding Eating Disorders)

    Expressive Therapies Resources

    American Dance Therapy Association

    Art Therapy Books

    International Society for Sandplay Therapy

    National Institute of Relationship Enhancement

    Primal Therapy Center

    Sandplay Toys – encyclopedia of symbols

    Transpersonal Sandplay Therapy Center

    Family, Marriage, and Relationships Resources

    American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (Facts for Families)

    American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy

    American Family Association

    Child Counseling – Helping Your Child Through a Divorce

    Child Welfare League of America

    Couple Communication Program

    Divorce at

    Divorce Support

    Divorcing Parents Hints

    Effective Parenting

    Families USA Foundation

    Family Builders, Inc.


    Family Life Resource Center (FLRC) 

    Family Resource

    Focus on the Family with Dr. James Dobson

    Help for My Life – Marriage and Family

    Imago Therapy

    John Rosemond: Traditional Parenting

    Journey Counseling Ministries 

    The Love and Logic Institute

    Marriage & Family at

    The Marriage Bed

    Marriage Help: Online Questionnaire (eHarmony)

    Marriage-Growthtrac: Resources for Spiritual Growth and Building Strong Marriages

    National Center for Biblical Parenting

    National Institute of Relationship Enhancement (NIRE)

    The National Marriage Project (Rutgers University)

    Parenting & Child Development at


    Pearson AGS Globe – supporting middle and high school learners

    Prepare-Enrich by Life Innovations, Inc.

    RealRelationships by Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott

    Retrouvaille – Help for Troubled Marriages

    Smalley Relationship Center

    Gestalt Therapy Resources

    Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy

    The Gestalt Therapy Page 

    Impact Therapy

    Grief and Bereavement

    Crisis, Grief and Healing by Tom Golden, LCSW

    Grief Counseling Resources

    Grief & Loss at

    Help for My Life – Grief and Loss

    MySeniorCare – End of Life

    RENEW – Center for Personal Recovery

    Tragic Redemption – Book Review


    Internet Resources in General Psychology, Mental Health, and Counseling

    Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (also at 

    American Association of Christian Counselors

    American Guidance Service (AGS) – special needs publisher

    American Professional Agency (Insurance and more!)

    CatchWord – Professional Online Publications

    Christian Association for Psychological Studies (CAPS)

    Christians in Recovery

    The Complete Practitioner Newsletter

    Counseling Resources – Services for Mesothelioma Patients and Family – Internet Directories USA


    DSM-IV on

    Disorders (

    Dual Diagnosis

    ERIC/AE – Education Resources


    Help for My Life

    Institute for the Study of Therapeutic Change

    Medical Breakthroughs and Health Information

    Medical and Mental Health

    Medscape Psychiatry & Mental Health

    Mental Health and Society

    Mental Health InfoSource Disorder Links 

    Mental Health Sanctuary

    Mental Help Net (MHN)

    Metanoia: Web Design, Communications, Advocacy – Online Counseling

    National Empowerment Center (NEC)

    National Mental Health Services – Knowledge Exchange Network 

    One Caring Place (helpful publications)

    Online Counseling Degrees

    Online Counseling Degrees: Resources

    Yahoo! Psychology

    Mood Disorders Resources

    American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

    Bipolar Disorder Sanctuary

    Coping with Depression at

    DBS Alliance – Mental Health Screening Center

    DSM-IV on

    Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA)

    Disorders (

    Families for Depression Awareness

    Goldberg Depression Inventory

    Help for My Life – Emotions

    Men and Depression – Personal Stories

    Mental Health Screening Center (From DBS Alliance)

    National Depressive and Manic-Depressive Association (NDMDA)

    Organizations Resources

    The Academy of Cognitive Therapy


    Alcoholics Anonymous

    Alternative Behavioral Services

    Alzheimer’s Association

    American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

    American Academy of Neurology (AAN)

    American Association of Christian Counselors

    American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging

    American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy

    American Association of School Administrators

    American Association of Suicidology

    American Association for Therapeutic Humor

    American Board of Examiners in Clinical Social Work

    American College of Rheumatology (ACR)

    American Counseling Association (ACA) 

    American Dance Therapy Association

    American Fibromyalgia Syndrome Association

    American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

    American Geriatrics Society

    American Guidance Service (AGS) — special needs publisher

    American Physical Therapy Association — Geriatrics

    American Professional Agency (Insurance and more!)

    American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC)

    American Psychiatric Association (APA Online) 

    American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA) 

    American Psychological Association 

    American Red Cross

    American Society on Aging (ASA)

    American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)

    Anxiety Disorder Association of America (ADAA)

    Applied Behavioral Concepts (ABC)

    Arthritis Foundation

    Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy

    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Harrisonburg / Rockingham County

    Big Brothers Big Sisters National Organization

    Canadian Psychological Association

    Christian Association for Psychological Studies (CAPS)

    Christian Counseling and Education Foundation

    Cocaine Anonymous

    Community Services for Autistic Adults and Children (CSAAC)

    Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA)

    Family Life Resource Center (FLRC) 

    Fibromyalgia Network

    The National Association of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapists (NACBT)

    The National Association for Developmental Disabilities (NADD)

    National Board for Certified Counselors, Inc. (NBCC)

    The National Commission Against Drunk Driving (NCADD)

    National Mental Health Association

    Personality Disorders Resources

    BPD Central – Borderline Personality Disorder

    Borderline Personality Disorder Sanctuary

    DSM-IV on

    Disorders (

    Online Diagnosis (

    Personality and Consciousness

    Psychiatry and Nursing Resources

    American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

    The American Journal of Psychiatry

    American Psychiatric Association (APA Online) 

    American Psychiatric Association Press 

    The Complete Practitioner Newsletter

    Disorders (

    Drug Information (D℞

    Drug Side Effects (D℞

    DSM-IV on

    Stanley I. Greenspan, M.D.

    Medication Reviews and Comparisons

    Medscape Psychiatry & Mental Health

    Online Diagnosis (

    Psychotic Disorders Resources

    DSM-IV on

    Disorders (

    InteliHealth – Johns Hopkins Mental Health Zone — Schizophrenia and Delusional Disorders

    Online Diagnosis (

    Schizophrenia Home Page

    Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders Resources

    Greater Hope Ministries

    Harvest USA

    Help for My Life – Sexuality

    Love Won Out

    The Marriage Bed: Problems

    Sexual Addiction Online

    Sex Addicts Anonymous (SAA)

    Sexual Compulsives Anonymous

    Sleep Disorders Resources

    National Sleep Foundation

    Sleep Medicine Page


    Substance Abuse and Substance-Related Disorders

    Addiction & Recovery at


    Alcoholics Anonymous

    Cocaine Anonymous

    Disorders (

    Drug Information (D℞

    Drug Side Effects (D℞

    Help for My Life – Alcohol/Drugs

    Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)

    The National Commission Against Drunk Driving (NCADD)

    National Institute on Drug Abuse

    Online Diagnosis (

    Partnership for a Drug-Free America

    QuitNet (Quit Smoking)

    SAMHSA – The Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration 

    SASSI Institute – Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory

    Substance Abuse and Mental Health – Johns Hopkins InteliHealth

    Journals, Libraries and Searches Resources

    Allyn & Bacon Professional Books

    APA Online Search 

    The American Journal of Psychiatry

    American Psychological Association – Search the Server

    Brooks/Cole-Wadsworth Helping Professions: Counseling (educational resources)

    CatchWord, Ltd. Electronic Publishing Solutions

    Christian Association for Psychological Studies (CAPS)

    The Complete Practitioner Newsletter – Internet Directories USA

    ERIC/AE – Education Resources

    Hartzler Library at Eastern Mennonite University

    InteliHealth – Johns Hopkins Mental Health Zone

    The Johns Hopkins University Press

    Health and Medical Resources

    Better Health – Sleep Disorders – The Health Library offers articles on sleep disorders and sleep disorders tests. The Sleep Disorders Message Boards has five separate boards for insomnia, sleep apnea, narcolepsy, snoring and other sleep discussions.

    Grateful Med – Accesses the National Library of Medicine and Medline. Excellent site for finding studies on sleep disorders, etc.

    Health Central – Dr. Dean Edell’s medical web site. Excellent source of information! There is a sleep disorders section.

    Healthfinder – A gateway consumer health and human services information web site. Search on the keyword sleep.

    Healthology – Getting the Sleep You Need: What You Can Do About Restless Nights and Sleepy Days

    Health Scout – Watching the Medical World for News About You and Your Family. HealthScout(TM) is a personal health agent, available on many Web sites, that brings you daily news and information about your special interests. It’s also a universe of resources that can put you in total command of your health — and your family’s.

    Med Help International – The virtual medical center for patients. Med Help International is dedicated to helping patients find the highest quality medical information in the world today. We offer patients the tools necessary to make informed treatment decisions within the short time lines dictated by their illness or disease.

    Intelihealth – Johns Hopkins Health information. Search on the keyword sleep.

    Onhealth – Provides information and resources designed for people who want to know the latest thinking about health and medicine, in terms they can understand and use. Search on the keyword sleep.

    MedicineNet – MedicineNet is a network of doctors producing comprehensive, up-to-date health information for the public. Browse the main page to “See what makes you tick” – circadian rhythms information or use the site directory to Health Facts or News Archives. Choose Diseases and treatments to find more on sleep apnea, sleep, snoring, insomnia and Restless Legs.

    KRON’s Healthbeat – Healthbeat features the latest information on important medical issues.

    MedNet Links – Find the newest and best healthcare-related links, grouped by topic. (Includes sleep disorders)

    Stanford HealthLink – A lifeline to medical resources, online and off. Search for sleep, sleep disorders or your specific sleep disorder.

    The Health Library – The Health Library has some info on sleep disorders as well as other diseases.

    HealthSeek – HealthSeek is a commercial online healthcare information service, providing healthcare professionals, consumers and companies with a central site on the web for obtaining news, information, resources.

    Healthtouch – Online for better health – online is a resource that brings together valuable information from trusted health organizations.

    Psychiatry Organizations Resources

    American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

    American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

    American Psychiatric Nurses Association

    American Psychoanalytic Association

    American Psychological Association: Division 28 – Psychopharmacology and Substance Abuse

    Association for Academic Psychiatry

    Coalition for the Legal Rights of People with Disabilities

    Florida Psychiatric Society

    Society of Biological Psychiatry

    World Psychiatric Association

    Psychology Online Resources

    Anxiety Disorders Education Program – resources on a variety of anxiety disorders for professionals & lay-persons.

    The Body – Focus on AIDS/HIV related info, and also has a large drug glossary, which includes info on experimental drugs, treatment issues, etc. Excellent site for anyone working with an HIV population or dealing with AIDS related issues.

    Bipolar Disorder Sanctuary – resources for professionals and lay-persons on this form of clinical depression.

    BPD Central – resources for professionals and relatives of those dealing with Borderline Personality Disorder.

    Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance – Lots of info on all related disorders.

    Drugnet – informative site. Info on treatment, assessment, prevention, and research, including an on-line grant writing tutorial. – site dedicated to the dissemination of information about and treatment of enuresis. Info for professionals in psychiatric, psychological, and medical professions, parents, and kids, including on and off-line resources.

    Food and Drug Adminsitration (FDA) – information direct from the FDA about approved and non-approved drugs for humans and animals, with research notes and findings, toxicology research, and much more. Very valuable site!

    Internet Mental Health – provides information about 52 specific psychiatric & psychological disorders, diagnosis, treatment, medication, & related research. A valuable online resource, which is medically orientated.

    Israel Institute for the Treatment and Study of Stress – links, resources, research info, etc.

    McLean Hospital – Info about treatment programs, training, research, etc.

    Medline – perform searches through the National Library of Medicine.

    Medscape – “The online resource for better patient care.” A very large site, provides access to many medical and psychiatric resources.

    Mental Disorders: Symptoms & Treatment – provides info on diagnosis, symptoms, and treatment of adult and childhood psychiatric disorders.

    Mental Health Info-Source – also the home of the Psychiatric Times…

    National Coalition of Mental Health Professionals and Consumers – Group against managed care. Lots of info & alternatives.

    National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) – Information on all types of mental disorders, including symptoms, etiology, treatment, grants, research, etc.

    Physician’s Desk Reference – online reference to everything medical, psychiatric, etc.

    Psychiatry Matters – Large psychiatry oriented site with news, resources, an online magazine, and more. – provides psychiatric information on MR, legal advocacy, geriatrics.

    Steven Thow’s Mental Health Resources – Depression/Bipolar Disorder. Links & answers to many questions about the disorder, for the lay-person & professional. Excellent resource.

    The Schizophrenia Homepage – information for professionals and families on this disorder.

    Post Traumatic Stress Resources

    American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress – Info for professionals, including info on school violence.

    APA’s “Let’s talk Fact’s About PTSD” – information that is suitable for the general public.

    National Center for PTSD – includes information for clinicians and others dealing with PTSD issues.

    Psychological Trauma and Substance Abuse in Women – info on PTSD and other disorders.

    Trauma Information Pages – primarily on emotional trauma and traumatic stress, including treatment info.

    University of Virginia Youth Violence Project – “Talking to Kids” about traumatic events.

    Veterans Affairs’ National Center for PTSD – information on post-traumatic stress disorder for clinicians and researchers.

    Psychology Organisations Resources

    Australian Psychological Society

    The American Psychological Association

    Association for Psychological Science

    The British Psychological Society

    BUBL Link – Psychology Links

    Experimental Psychology Society

    The Society of Behavioral Medicine

    Psychotherapy Organisations Resources

    The Albert Ellis Institute

    The American Psychotherapy Association

    The Anna Freud Centre

    The Association for Family Therapy in the UK

    Association for Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy


    The British Association of Art Therapists

    The British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies

    The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy

    The British Association of Drama Therapists

    The British Association of Psychotherapists

    The British Society for Music Therapy

    C.G.Jung Page

    Carl Jung Resources for Home Study and Practice

    Carl Rogers

    Dramatherapy Network

    Dream Journal

    EMDR Association UK and Ireland 

    EMDR Europe

    The EMDR Institute

    The European Federation for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in the Public Sector

    The International Society for Interpersonal Psychotherapy

    Sigmund Freud – Life and Work

    The Institute of Psychoanalysis

    The Melanie Klein Trust

    Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy

    REBT Network

    UK Interpersonal Therapy


    The World Association for Person-Centred and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counseling

    Irvin Yalom

    Psychiatry Journals Resources

    Alzheimer’s and Dementia

    American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry

    The American Journal of Psychiatry

    Biological Psychiatry



    British Journal of Psychiatry


    Evidence Based Mental Health

    International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry


    Journal of Clinical Psychiatry

    Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

    The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry

    Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease


    Lancet Neurology

    Molecular Psychiatry



    PLOS Medicine

    PLOS One

    Psychological Medicine


    Psychosomatic Medicine

    Schizophrenia Bulletin

    Schizophrenia Research


    Sexual Abuse Resources

    Day One: The Sexual Assault and Trauma Resource Center

    Day One is the RI resource for victims of sexual assault and their families. The site provides information on a range of topics, including sexual assault, child sexual abuse, internet safety and sex offender management. Day One offers individual and group counseling for survivors of sexual abuse, child sexual abuse and for their families.

    Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)

    This web site offers information and statistics on sexual assault and can locate a local rape crisis center in your area.

    The Rape Treatment Center

    This web site offers information on the impact of rape, date rape drugs, facts and statistics, as well as a comprehensive list of links to other resources.

    For Men Only: Male Survivors of Sexual Assault

    This page is from the Counseling and Mental Health Center at the University of Texas at Austin and offers another source of information for male survivors of sexual assault.

    Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project

    The Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project is a grassroots, non-profit organization providing community education and direct services for clients. GMDVP offers shelter, guidance, and resources to allow gay, bisexual, and transgender men in crisis to leave violent situations and relationships.

    Anti-Violence Project

    This project serves lesbian, gay, transgender, bisexual and HIV-positive victims of violence, and others affected by violence, by providing free and confidential services enabling them to regain their sense of control, identify and evaluate their options, and assert their rights.

    The Network/La Red

    617-423-SAFE (Hotline in English and Spanish)

    Karen Millen For Sale – Looking for karen millen dresses? Choose from an extensive range of karen millen clothing not forgetting the karen millen dress all at great prices.

    Life Purpose Book Resources

    Midlife Crisis Book Resources

    Mood Swings Book Resources

    Family Problems Book Resources

    Self – Care Book Resources

    Infidelity – Affair Recovery Book Resources

    Wrinkle treatment, anti-age, honey based cream for skin

    Royal Bee Skin Healing Cream is honey based, all natural, organic skin cream. Made from only natural ingredients it is safe for all types of skin. It is found helpful in treating wrinkles, dry skin, psoriases, exzema, ringworm, bed sores, fungus

    Fitness and Health Food Store

    Online Fitness and Health food store offers fitness accessories, health food and drinks, vitamins and minerals, sports supplements including nutrition bars, protein and training accessories, herbal aromatherapy massage, stress relaxation products.

    Sleep Disorders Book Resources

    Drug & Alcohol Addiction Book Resources

    Sex Addiction Book Resources

    Directory of Professional Auto Transport

    Carriers for shipping a vehicle.

    Snowboarding Clothing & Accessories Store 

    Offers snowboard clothing including jackets, hoodies, pants and hats.

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    Lietaer, G. (1984) ‘Unconditional Positive Regard: A Controversial Basic Attitude in Client-Centered Therapy’, in Levant and Shlien (1984), pp. 41-58.

    Lietaer, G.; J. Rombauts and R. Van Balen, eds. (1990) Client-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy in the Nineties. Leuven: Leuven University Press.

    Mearns, D. (1994a) Developing Person-Centred Counselling. London: Sage.

    Mearns, D. (1994b) ‘Personal Therapy is Not Enough’, in Mearns (1994a), pp. 34-36.

    Mearns, D. (1994c) ‘You Do Not Need to Be an “Expert” on the Client Group or Issue to Work Expertly With the Client’, in Mearns (1994a), pp. 51-53.

    Mearns, D. (1994d) ‘Be Aware of and Beware the Dynamics of Self-Concept Change’, in Mearns (1994a), pp. 88-93.

    Mearns, D. and B. Thorne (1999) Person-Centred Counselling in Action, 2nd Edition. London: Sage.

    Prouty, G.F. (1976) ‘Pre-therapy, A Method of Treating Pre-expressive Psychotic and Retarded Patients’, Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice 13(3): 290-5.

    Rice, L.N. (1984) ‘Client Tasks in Client-Centered Therapy’, in Levant and Shlien (1984), pp. 182-202

    Rogers, C.R. (1957) ‘The Necessary and Sufficient Conditions of Therapeutic Personality Change’, Journal of Consulting Psychology 21(2): 95-103.

    Rogers, C.R. (1959) ‘A Theory of Therapy, Personality, and Interpersonal Relationships, as Developed in the Client-centered Framework’, in Koch (1959), pp. 181-256.

    Rogers, C.R. (1961/1967) On Becoming a Person: A Therapist’s View of Psychotherapy. London: Constable.

    Rogers, C.R. (1978) Carl Rogers on Personal Power: Inner Strength and Its Revolutionary Impact. London: Constable.

    Rogers, C.R. (1984) ‘Gloria–A Historical Note’, in Levant and Shlien (1984), pp. 423-5.

    Rogers, C.R. (1986) ‘A Client-centered/Person-centered Approach to Therapy’, in Kutash and Wolf (1986), pp. 197-208.

    Sachse, R. (1990) ‘Concrete Interventions are Crucial: The Influence of the Therapist’s Processing Proposals on the Client’s Intrapersonal Exploration in Client-Centered Therapy’, in Lietaer et al. (1990), pp. 295-308.

    Van Belle, H. (1980) Basic Intent and Therapeutic Approach of Carl Rogers. Toronto: Radix.

    Van Werde, D. (1994a) ‘An Introduction to Client-Centred Pre-Therapy’, in Mearns (1994a), pp. 121-125.

    Van Werde, D. (1994b) ‘Dealing With the Possibility of Psychotic Content in a Seemingly Congruent Communication’, in Mearns (1994a), pp. 125-125-128.

    Zimring, F. (1996) ‘Rogers and Gloria: The Effects of Meeting Some, But Not All, of the “Necessary and Sufficient” Conditions’, in Farber et al. (1996), pp. 65-73.

    Cognitive Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Resources

    Beck, A.T. (1963) ‘Thinking and Depression: 1. Idiosyncratic Content and Cognitive Distortions’, Archives of General Psychiatry 9:324-33.

    Beck, A.T. (1964) ‘Thinking and Depression: 2. Theory and Therapy’, Archives of General Psychiatry 10:561-71.

    Beck, A.T. (1972) ‘The Phenomena of Depression: A Synthesis’, in Offer and Freeman (1972), pp. 136-58.

    Beck, A.T. (1976/1979) Cognitive Therapy and the Emotional Disorders. New York: Penguin Books. [

    Loeb, A.; A.T. Beck and J. Diggory (1971) ‘Differential Effects of Success and Failure on Depressed and Nondepressed Patients’, Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 152: 106-14.

    Moorey, S. (2002) ‘Cognitive Therapy’, in Dryden (2002a), pp. 294-323.

    Selmi, P.; M.H. Klein and J.H. Griest (1982) ‘An Investigation of Computer-Assisted Cognitive-Behavior Therapy in the Treatment of Depression’, Behavior Research Methods & Instrumentation 14: 181-5.

    Simos, G., ed. (2002) Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. Hove: Brunner-Routledge.

    Trower, P.; A. Casey and W. Dryden (1988) Cognitive-Behavioural Counselling in Action. London: Sage.

    Online Counselling and Online Therapy Resources

    Alleman, J.R. (2003) ‘Providing Psychotherapy Over the Internet’, Psychiatric Times XX (7).

    BAC (1999) Counselling Online: Opportunities and Risks in Counselling Clients via the Internet. Rugby, England: British Association for Counselling.

    BACP (2003a) Introduction to Online Counselling and Psychotherapy. [BACP Information Sheet] Rugby, England: British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.

    Barak, A. (1999) ‘Psychological Applications on the Internet: A Discipline on the Threshold of a New Millennium’, Applied and Preventive Psychology 8: 231-46.

    Cabaniss, K. (2001a) Counseling and Computer Technology in the New Millenium: An Internet Delphi Study. PhD dissertation at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute.

    Cabaniss, K. (2001b) ‘Computer-Related Technology Use by Counselors in the New Millenium: A Delphi Study’, Journal of Technology in Counseling 2(2).

    Christensen, H.; K.M. Griffiths and A. Korten (2002) ‘Web-based Cognitive Behavior Therapy: Analysis of Site Usage and Changes in Depression and Anxiety Scores’, Journal of Medical Internet Research 4(1): e3.

    Christensen H.; K.M. Griffiths and A.F. Jorm (2004) ‘Delivering Interventions for Depression by Using the Internet: Randomised Controlled Trial’, British Medical Journal 328: 265.

    Day, S.X. and P.L.Schneider (2002) ‘Psychotherapy Using Distance Technology: A Comparison of Face-to-Face, Video and Audio Treatment’, Journal of Counseling Psychology 49 (4).

    Eysenbach, G.; J. Powell, O. Kuss and E-R. Sa (2002) ‘Empirical Studies Assessing the Quality of Health Information for Consumers on the World Wide Web: A Systematic Review’, Journal of the American Medical Association 287: 2691-2700.

    Fenichel, M. (2002) ‘Online Psychotherapy: Technical Difficulties, Formulations and Processes’.

    Fenichel, M.; J. Suler, A. Barak, E. Zelvin, G. Jones, K. Munro, V. Meunier and W. Walker-Schmucker (2002) ‘Myths and Realities of Online Clinical Work’, CyberPsychology & Behavior 5: 481-497.

    Goss, S. and K. Anthony, eds. (2003) Technology in Counselling and Psychotherapy: A Practitioner’s Guide. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

    Granello, P.F. (2000) ‘Historical Context: The Relationship of Computer Technologies and Counseling’, ERIC Digest identifier ED446333.

    Grohol, J.M. (2002) The Insider’s Guide to Mental Health Resources Online. New York: Guilford Press.

    Heinlen, K.T.; E. Reynolds Welfel, E.N. Richmond and C.F. Rak (2003) ‘The Scope of WebCounseling: A Survey of Services and Compliance With NBCC Standards for the Ethical Practice of WebCounseling’, Journal of Counseling & Development 81(1): 61-9.

    Helft, P.R.; F. Hlubocky and C.K. Daugherty (2003) ‘American Oncologistsí Views of Internet Use by Cancer Patients: A Mail Survey of American Society of Clinical Oncology Members’, Journal of Clinical Oncology, 21 (5): 942-7.

    Kaplan, E.H. (1997) ‘Telepsychotherapy: Psychotherapy by Telephone, Videophone, and Computer Teleconferencing’, Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research 6: 227-37.

    Kraut, R.; M. Patterson, V. Lundmark, S. Kiesler, T. Mukophadhyay, and W. Scherlis (1998) ‘Internet Paradox: A Social Technology that Reduces Social Involvement and Psychological Well-Being?’, American Psychologist 53(9): 1017-31.

    LaRose, R.; M.S. Eastin and J. Gregg (2001) ‘Reformulating the Internet Paradox: Social Cognitive Explanations of Internet Use and Depression’, Journal of Online Behavior 1(2).

    Lundberg, D.J. and C.I. Cobitz (1999) ‘Use of Technology in Counseling Assessment: A Survey of Practices, Views, and Outlook’, Journl of Technology in Counseling 1(1).

    Mulhauser, Gregory R. (2005) 9 Observations About the Practice and Process of Online Therapy,

    Pelling, N.J. (2001) ‘The Use of Technology in Career Counseling’, Journal of Technology in Counseling 2 (2).

    Pelling, N.J. and D.E. Renard (1998) ‘Integrating Cyberspace Into Counseling Practice and Research’, Michigan Journal of Counseling and Development 25 (1): 5-12.

    Powell, J.; N. McCarthy and G. Eysenbach (2003) ‘Cross-sectional survey of users of Internet depression communities’, BMC Psychiatry 3:19.

    Stofle, G.S. (1997) ‘Thoughts About Online Psychotherapy: Ethical and Practical Considerations’, Rider University.

    Suler, J. (2000) ‘Psychotherapy in Cyberspace: A 5-Dimension Model of Online and Computer-Mediated Psychotherapy’, Cyberpsychology and Behavior 3: 151-60.

    Suler, J. et al. (2003) The Psychology of Cyberspace, Rider University.

    Sussman, R.J. (1998) ‘Counseling Online’, Counseling Today.

    Wilson, P. (2002) ‘How to Find the Good and Avoid the Bad or Ugly: A Short Guide to Tools for Rating Quality of Health Information on the Internet’, British Medical Journal 324: 598-602.

    Wright, J. and K. Anthony, eds. (2003) ‘Future Therapy Stories’, Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal 14(9): 22-25.

    Abuse and Trauma Book Resources

    Bass, E. and L. Davis (1988) The Courage to Heal: A Guide for Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse. New York: Harper & Row.

    Briere, J. (1996/2002) ‘A Self-Trauma Model for Treating Adult Survivors of Severe Child Abuse’, in Briere et al. (2002); pp. 140-57 of first edition.

    Briere, J.; L. Berliner, J. Myers, T. Reid, C. Jenny and C.T. Hendrix, eds. (2002) APSAC Handbook on Child Maltreatment, Second Edition. London: Sage.

    Cole, C.L. and E.E. Barney (1987) ‘Safegaurds and the Therapeutic Window: A Group Treatment Strategy for Adult Incest Survivors’, American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 57: 601-9.

    Draucker, C.B. (2000) Counselling Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse. London: Sage.

    Hawkins, J. (2002) ‘Paradoxical Safety: Barriers to the Actualising Tendency, and Beyond’, Person-Centred Practice 10(1).

    Jehu, D.; C. Klasssen and M. Gazan (1986) ‘Cognitive Restructuring of Distorted Beliefs Associated with Childhood Sexual Abuse’, Journal of Social Work and Human Sexuality 4: 49-69.

    Lindsay, D.S. and J.D. Read (1994) ‘Psychotherapy and Memories of Childhood Sexual Abuse: A Cognitive Perspective’, Applied Cognitive Psychology 8: 281-338.

    Loftus, E.F. (1993) ‘The Reality of Repressed Memories’, American Psychologist 48(5): 518-37.

    Solomon, M.F. and D.J. Siegel, eds. (2003) Healing Trauma: Attachment, Mind, Body and Brain. New York: W.W. Norton.

    Sonkin, D.J. (1992) Wounded Boys Heroic Men: A Man’s Guide to Recovering From Childhood Abuse. Stamford, Connecticut: Long Meadow Press.

    Depression Resources

    Beck, A.T.; A.J. Rush, B.F. Shaw and G. Emery (1979) Cognitive Therapy of Depression. New York: Guilford.

    Berkman, L.F. et al. (2003) ‘Effects of Treating Depression and Low Perceived Social Support on Clinical Events After Myocardial Infarction: The Enhancing Recovery in Coronary Heart Disease Patients (ENRICHD) Randomized Trial’, Journal of the American Medical Association 289 :3106-16.

    Clark, D.A. and A.T. Beck (1999) Scientific Foundations of Cognitive Theory and Therapy of Depression. New York: John Wiley.

    Dawson, A. and A. Tylee, eds. (2001) Depression: Social and Economic Timebomb. London: BMJ Books.

    Kessler, R.C. et al. (2003) ‘The Epidemiology of Major Depressive Disorder: Results From the National Comorbidity Survey Replication (NCS-R)’, Journal of the American Medical Association 289 (23): 3095-3105.

    Richards, S. and M.G. Perri (2002) Depression: A Primer for Practitioners. London: Sage.

    Stewart, W.F. et al. (2003) ‘Cost of Lost Productive Work Tme Among US Workers With Depression’, Journal of the American Medical Association 289 (23): 3135-44.

    Stewart, W.F. et al. (2003) ‘Cost of Lost Productive Work Time Among US Workers With Depression’, Journal of the American Medical Association 289 (23): 3135-44.

    Zheng, D.; C.A. Macera, J.B. Croft et al. (1997) ‘Major Depression and All Cause Mortality Among White Adults in the United States’, Annals of Epidemiology 7: 213-18.

    Eating Disorders Resources

    Hawks, S. R., Merrill, C. G., Gast, J. A., & Hawks, J. F. (2004) ‘Validation of the Motivation For Eating Scale’, Ecology of Food and Nutrition 43(4): 307-326.

    Hawks, S.R., Madanat, H.N., Merrill, R.M., Goudy, M.B., & Miyagawa, T. (2004) ‘A cross-cultural analysis of ‘motivation for eating’ as a potential factor in the emergence of global obesity: Japan and the United States’, Health Promotion International 18(2): 153-162.

    Hawks, S. R., Madanat, H. N., & Merrill, R. M. (2004) ‘The Intuitive Eating Scale: Development and preliminary validation’, American Journal of Health Education 35(2): 90-99:

    Hawks, S.R., Merrill, R.M., Madanat, H.N., Miyagawa, T., Suwanteerangkul, J., Guarin, C.M., Shaofang, C. (2004) ‘Intuitive eating and the nutrition transition in Asia’, Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition 13(2):194-203:

    Hawks, S.R., Madanat, H.N. (2003) ‘Stemming racial and ethnic disparities in the rising tide of obesity’, American Journal of Health Education 34(2): 90-96:

    Hawks, S.R., Goudy, M.B., & Gast, J.A. (2003) ‘Emotional Eating and Spiritual Well-Being: A Possible Connection’, American Journal of Health Eduation 34(1): 30-33:

    Hawks, S.R., Madanat, H.N., Merrill, R.M., Goudy, M.B., & Miyagawa, T. (2002) ‘A cross-cultural comparison of health promoting behaviors among college students’, International Electronic Journal of Health Education 5, 84-92.

    Bacon, L., Stern, J.S., Van Loan, M.D., Keim, N.L. (2005). ‘Size acceptance and intuitive eating improve health for obese, female chronic dieters’, Journal of the American Dietetic Association 105(6), 929-36.

    Sexual Abuse Book Resources

    Ageton, S.S. (1983). Sexual assault among adolescents. Lexington, Mass: D.C. Heath and Company.

    Allen, Craig. (1991). Women and men who sexually abuse children: A comparative analysis. Brandon, VT: Safersociety Press.

    Amir, M. (1971). Patterns of forcible rape. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

    Barbaree, H.E., Marshall, W.L. & Hudson, S.M. (1993). The juvenile sex offender. New York, NY: The Guilford Press.

    Bass, Ellen, & Louis Thorton. (Eds.). (1983). Never told anyone: Writing by women survivors of child sexual abuse. New York: Harper Colophon.

    Brownmiller, Susan. (1975). Against our will. New York: Penguin.

    Dolan, Evan M. (1991). Resolving sexual abuse: Solution-focused therapy and Ericksonian hypnosis for adults survivors. New York: Norton.

    Douglas, J., & Olshaker, M. (1995). Mind hunter. New York: Scribner’s

    Elliot, Michele. (1994). Female sexual abuse of children. New York: The Guilford Press.

    Everitt, D. (1993). Human monsters: An illustrated encyclopedia of the world’s most vicious murderers. Chicago: Contemporary Books.

    Gillham, B. (1991). The facts about child sexual abuse. London: Villiers House.

    Groth, A.N., & Birnbaum, J. (1979). Men who rape: The psychology of the offender. New York: Plenum.

    Hazelwood, R. R., Dietz, P. E., & Burgess, A. W. (1983). Autoerotic fatalities. Lexington, Mass.: Lexington Books.

    Hazelwood, R. R., & Burgess, A. W. (1995). Practical aspects of rape investigation: A multidisciplinary approach, 2d ed. Boca Raton, Fla.: C.R.C. Press.

    Kirby, D. (Ed.). (1984). Sexual education: An evaluation of programs and other effects. Santa Cruz, CA: Network.

    Maletzedky, Barry M. (1991). Treating the sexual offender. London: Sage.

    Marshall, W.L., Laws, D.R., & Barbaree, H.E. (1990). Handbook of sexual assault: Issues, theories, and treatment of the offender. New York: Garland.

    McCahill, T.W., Meyer, L.C., & Fischman, A.M. (1979). The aftermath of rape. Lexinton, Mass: Lexington Books.

    Michaud, S.G., & Hazelwood, R. (1998). The evil that men do. New York: St. Martins Press.

    Perry, G.P., & Orchard, J. (1992). Assessment & treatment of adolescent sex offenders. Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Exchange, Inc.

    Sanderson, Christiane. (1990). Counseling adults survivors of child sexual abuse. London: Jessica Kingsley.

    Schwartz, M.F., & Cohn, L. (1996). Sexual abuse and eating disorders. New York: Brunner/Mazel, Inc.

    Ault, R.L., Hazelwood, R.R. & Reboussin, R. (1994). Epistemological status of equivocal death analysis. American Psychologist.

    Barbaree, H.E. & Marshall, W.L. (1988). Deviant sexual arousal, offense history, and demographic variables as predictors of reoffense among child molesters. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 6, 267-280.

    Ben-Zvi, R. (1985). Adolescent rape: The role of rape crisis counseling. Journal of Adolescent Medicine & Health, Vol1 (3-4), 343-356.

    Benoit, J.L. (1992). The abuse history of male adolescent sex offenders. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Vol7(4), 543-548.

    Bera, W.A. (1985). A preliminary investigation of a typology of adolescent sex offenders and their family systems. Unpublished master’s thesis, University of Minnesota, Minn, MN.

    Bera, W.A. (1989). Adolescent sex offenders and their family systems. Paper presented at Advanced Training for Treatment of Adolescent Sex Offenders. Sponsored by Canadian Child Welfare Association, Toronto, Canada.

    Christie, M.M., Marshall, W.L., & Lanthier, R.D. (1979). A descriptive study of incarcerated rapists and pedophiles. Report to the Solicitor General of Canada.

    Deisher, R.W., Wenet G.A., Paperny, D.M., Clark, T.F., & Fahrenbach, D.A. (1982). Adolescent sexual offense behavior: The role of the physician. Journal of Adolescent Health Care, 2, 279-286.

    Dimock, P.T. (1988). Adult males sexually abused as children: Characteristics and implications for treatment. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Vol3(2), 203-221.

    Grossman, L.S., & Cavanaugh, J.L. (1989). Do sex offenders minimize psychiatric symptoms? Journal of Forensic Sciences, 34, 881-886.

    Grossman, L.S., & Cavanaugh, J.L. (1990). Psychopathology and denial in alleged sex offenders. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 178, 739-744.

    Groth, A.D., Longo, R., & McFaden, J. (1982). Undetected recidivism among rapists and child molesters. Crime and Delinquency, 128, 450-458.

    Hall, G.C. (1995). Sexual offender recidivism revisited: A meta-analysis of recent treatment studies. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 63, 802-809.

    Haywood, T.W., & Grossman, L.S. (1994). Denial of deviant sexual arousal and psychopathology in child molesters. Behavior Therapy, 25, 327-340.

    Landis, J. (1956). Experiences of 500 children with adult sexual deviation. Psychiatric Quarterly Supplement, 30, 91-109.

    Marshall, W.L., Barbaree, H.E., & Christophe, D. (1986). Sexual offenders against female children: Sexual preferences for age of victims and type of behavior. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Sciences, 18, 424-439.

    Matson, J.L., Esveldt-Dawson, K., & Kazdin, A. (1983). Evaluating social skills with youngsters. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 12, 174-180.

    McGuire, R.J., Carlisle, J.M., & Young, B.G. (1965). Sexual deviations as conditioned behaviour: A hypothesis. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 2, 185-190.

    O’Brien, M.J., & Bera, W.H. (1985). Adolescent sexual offenders: A descriptive typology. Preventing Sexual Abuse, 1, 1-4.

    Quinsey, V.L. (1984). Sexual aggression: Studies of offenders against women. Law and Mental Health: International Perspectives Vol1, 84-122.

    Stermac, L.E. (1989). Adult sexual contact with children: An examination of cognitive factors. Behavior Therapy, Vol20(4), 573-584.

    Wormith, J. (1983). A survey of incarcerated sexual offenders. Canadian Journal of Criminology, 25, 379-390.

    Visual reaction time and plethysmography as measures of sexual interest in child molesters, V10(2)81-96.

    Visual plythysmograph stimuli involving children: Rethinking some quasi-logical issues, V8(4)267-272.

    Psychometrics of the rape conformity assessment and other measures: Implications for rape prevention, V10(2)97-112.

    Empathy, self esteem, and the adolescent sexual offender, V10(2)127-140.

    Treatment may change risk prediction fo sexual offenders, V10(3), 175-182.

    Plethysmographic assessment of incarcerated nonsexual offenders: A comparison with rapists, V10(3), 183-194.

    Factors associated with denial in a sample of alleged adult sexual offenders, V10(3), 211-226.

    Relationships between affective components and sexual behaviors in sexual aggressors, V8(4)279-290.

    Mediating factors in the development of psychopathology in victims of childhood sexual abuse, V8(4)291-316.

    Evaluating treatment efficacy with sexual offenders: The intensity of recidivism studies to treatment effect, V9(2)111-128.

    How to know what works with sexual offenders, V9(2)129-146.

    Relapse prevention: A critical analysis, V8(3)177-200.

    Evaluating the contribution of relapse prevention theory to the treatment of sexual offenders, V8(3)201-208.

    An Evaluation of the benefits of relapse prevention programs with sexual offenders, V8(3) 209-222.

    Relapse prevention as a supervision strategy for sex offenders, V8(3)231-242.

    Relapse prevention or harm reduction, V8(3)243-249.

    Castration: A personal foul, V9(1)1-6.

    Static and dynamic predictors of recidivism in sexual aggressors, V9(1)7-28.

    Comparisons of daily stress, coping, problem behavior, and cognitive distortions in adolescent sexual offenders, V9(1)29-42.

    Incacerated child molesters’ perceptions of their intimate relationships, V9(1)57-74.

    Proof positive: Pornography in a day-care center, V9(1)75

    Survivor of child abuse Book Resources

    Survivor of sexual abuse Book Resources

    Long term survivor sexual abuse Book Resources—-Victims-Coping-Tactics

    Domestic Violence Resources

    Abbott J. Injuries and illnesses of domestic violence. Ann Emerg Med. Jun 1997;29(6):781-5.

    Burnett LB, Adler J. Domestic Violence. eMedicine Journal [serial online]. 2001. Domestic Violence. eMedicine Journal [serial online]. 2001.

    Easley M. Domestic violence. Ann Emerg Med. Jun 1996;27(6):762-3.

    Feldhaus KM, Koziol-McLain J, Amsbury HL, et al. Accuracy of 3 brief screening questions for detecting partner violence in the emergency department. JAMA. May 7 1997;277(17):1357-61.

    Flitcraft A. Learning from the paradoxes of domestic violence. JAMA. May 7 1997;277(17):1400-1.

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    Muelleman RL, Lenaghan PA, Pakieser RA. Battered women: injury locations and types. Ann Emerg Med. Nov 1996;28(5):486-92.

    Muelleman RL, Lenaghan PA, Pakieser RA. Nonbattering presentations to the ED of women in physically abusive relationships. Am J Emerg Med. Mar 1998;16(2):128-31.

    Salber PR, Taliaferro EH. Domestic violence. In: Tintinalli JE, Kelen GD, eds. Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide. 5th ed. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill; 2000.

    Family Violence Prevention Fund (2004). National Consensus Guidelines on Identifying and Responding to Domestic Violence Victimization in Health Care Settings. Available online:

    Lawson DM (2003). Incidence, explanations, and treatment of partner violence. Journal of Counseling and Development, 81(1): 19–32.

    Lipsky S, et al. (2003). Impact of police-reported intimate partner violence during pregnancy on birth outcomes. Obstetrics and Gynecology, 102(3): 557–564.

    Janssen PA, et al. (2003). Intimate partner violence and adverse pregnancy outcomes: A population-based study. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 188(5): 1341–1347.

    Sillman JS (2008). Domestic violence. In EG Nabel, ed., ACP Medicine, section 16, chap. 20. Hamilton, ON: BC Decker.

    Rennison CM (2003). Intimate Partner Violence, 1993–2001. Bureau of Justice Statistics Crime Data Brief. Available online:

    Jewkes R (2002). Intimate partner violence: Causes and prevention. Lancet, 359(9315): 1423–1425.

    Campbell J, et al. (2002). Intimate partner violence and physical health consequences. Archives of Internal Medicine, 162(10): 1157–1163.

    Gerber MR, et al. (2005). Adverse health behaviors and the detection of partner violence by clinicians. Archives of Internal Medicine, 165(9): 1016–1021.

    Roberts TA, et al. (2003). Longitudinal effect of intimate partner abuse on high-risk behavior among adolescents. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 157(9): 875–881.

    National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2008). Intimate partner violence: Fact sheet. Available online:

    Holt VL, et al. (2002). Civil protection orders and risk of subsequent police-reported violence. JAMA, 288(5): 589–594.

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    Ackard DM, et al. (2007). Long-term impact of adolescent dating violence on the behavioral and psychological health of male and female youth. Journal of Pediatrics, 151(5): 476–81.

    Roberts TA, Klein J (2003). Intimate partner abuse and high-risk behavior in adolescents. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 157(4): 375–380.

    Anxiety Resources

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    Anacker C et al. Antidepressants increase human hippocampal neurogenesis by activating the glucocorticoid receptor. Mol Psychiatry. 2011 Jul;16(7):738-50. doi: 10.1038/mp.2011.26. Epub 2011 Apr 12.

    Andrade C. Ashwagandha for anxiety disorders.World J Biol Psychiatry. 2009;10(4 Pt 2):686-7.

    Andreatini R, Sartori VA, Seabra ML, Leite JR: sEffect of valepotriates (valerian extract) in generalized anxiety disorder: a randomized placebo- controlled pilot study. Phytother Res, 2002; 16(7): 650–54

    Appleton KM, Rogers PJ, Ness AR. Is there a role for n-3 long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in the regulation of mood and behaviour? A review of the evidence to date from epidemiological studies, clinical studies and intervention trials. Nutr Res Rev. 2008 Jun;21(1):13-41.

    Ara I, Bano S. St. John’s Wort modulates brain regional serotonin metabolism in swim stressed rats. Pak J Pharm Sci. 2009 Jan;22(1):94-101.

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