Online Mental Health Resources
National Suicide Hotline
Toll free, confidential and readily available for anyone having thoughts of self harm.
College Suicide Prevention
A Valuable Resource Guide on Emergency Assistance, Warning Signs & Prevention of Suicide in College Students
Emotional support services.
Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network
Toll free and confidential. The nations largest anti-sexual assault organization
Online Health Discussion Board And Health and Medical Related Directory & Search Engine
The Online Self Improvement Encyclopedia
A Wealth Of Articles On Various Topics Including Mental And Physical Health, Self Improvement And More.
Center for Nonviolent Communication
Excellent information on effective communication skills
The Mandala Coloring Book
Color therapy, meditation and relaxation all in one….A great resource for parents and teachers.
Career Counseling Resources
Resumes, career transition and return to work resource.
Manage your time and accomplish more – without being stressed out.
An interactive Cognitive-Behavior site for the treatment of depression
The Foundation for Well Being
A site to develop and distribute educational, spiritual and tangible support to people who are experiencing stress due to life events.
Analyze Your Rational. Thinking
Answer the 51 questions and submit the form to learn how well or poorly you think rationally.
The Calm Clinic
A free online guide on how to begin tackling anxiety and panic attacks. It discusses the main topics of different healing options, symptoms and techniques you can try yourself.
Getting Back Into The Dating Game: A Guide For Single Parents
Practical and sound advice for single parents about dating.
CBT Self Help Therapy
This website offers interactive treatment for emotional dysregulation of all kinds, using evidence-based techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
Encouragement and Solutions for Anxiety Disorders.
An Interactive Guide To Staying Safe On The Internet.
Domestic Violence Prevention Resources
A listing of over 100 useful resources for those needing information about and support for domestic violence and its prevention.
What is Online Counseling: A Guide To Online Therapy
Everything you need to know, questions you need to ask, to find the best, most reliable source for online therapy and internet counseling.
Comprehensive Health Care
HealthUnify is a site the brings together a lot of useful information about being health and happy.
Best Online Dating Sites & Reviews – Consumer Affairs
Confused about what the best dating site is? Take a look at what Consumer Affairs has to say about them in this 2016 annual review.
Helping Children with Anxiety
A wonderful program using animation to help children learn how to cope with and minimize their anxieties.
Help For Parents of Troubled Teens
Parenting a teenager is never easy, but when your teen is violent, depressed, abusing alcohol or drugs, or engaging in other reckless behaviors, it can seem overwhelming. Here is some helpful information.
A Student’s Guide to Recognizing and Reporting Cyber Crime
Understanding cyber threats and abuse are necessary in order to avoid becoming a victim, and it’s also important to know what to do in the event of an online crime.
Guide to Avoiding Cyberbullying in College
Tips, Tools & Solutions for recognizing and stopping bullying in social media and online.
Cyber Laws & Safety
Protect your children and understand the laws of the Internet
37 Techniques to Calm an Anxious Child
A variety of information, skills and tools to help parents, teachers and adults calm an anxious child.
There are mental health and addiction resources available at no cost at all. Some are informative, meant to educate you about the illness or addiction so you know exactly what it is and how others have successfully overcome it. Others are action-based, supplying you with the tools or exercises necessary to begin to live a better life.
This guide gets at the link between anxiety and sleep and covers several anxiety disorders that interfere with sleep and which can be alleviated with sleep.
communication is far more than just speaking to someone or writing words on a page. In fact, there are dozens of different types of communication. Knowing these types of communication, and understanding how they help you become a better communicator is a key to success.
Sleep deprivation can be a serious condition which impacts our physical and mental health. Without proper sleep, we are less effective, less perceptive and less able to enjoy our waking life. Find out about it, including some helpful remedies, in this article.
There has been a lot of talk lately about service animals, and the distinction between an emotional support animal. No doubt, animals, in particular dogs and cats, are companions, and have been shown to be an effective antidote to anxiety and depression.
In today’s crazy world, it’s good to know that our normal stresses and pressures, disturbances and irritations, does not constitute mental illness. What does constitute mental illness? Read about illnesses of the mind to get some information.
An abundant list of various activities, attitudes, foods and medicines that can help alleviate the various stresses and relax more in today’s modern hectic societies.
A self-sabotaging habit is a recurring behavior that takes us in the opposite direction of fulfillment and happiness. Learn how to stop these unproductive habits.
A very practical set of short videos by a licensed marriage and family therapist touching on a variety of mental health topics and skills you can easily develop to counter anxieties, depression, trauma, miscommunication and problematic relationship situations.