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  1. Divorce and Custody (Awesome Library)
  2. Mental Health Encyclopedia
  3. Mental Health Library
  4. Mental Health Net Searches
  5. Psychology Resources (Baltimore County Public Schools - Steingart)
      Provides resources on anxiety disorders, ADD, learning disabilities, behavior disorders, eating disorders, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, gifted resources, and more. 6-00

  6. School Psychology Resources
      "Research learning disabilities, ADHD, functional behavioral assessment, autism, adolescence, parenting, psychological assessment, special education, mental retardation, mental health, and more." 10-09

  7. Sleep Disorders (Awesome Library)
      Provides articles and research on prevention and treatment of sleep disorders. 8-01

News
  1. How to Help an Angry Person Gain Calm (Time.com)
      Provides 7 steps to dealing with anger.

Papers
  1. A Brief Therapy Heals Trauma in Children (New York Times)
      "In many cases, the trauma is unknown to parents and caregivers or never dealt with effectively. The consequences can be devastating for the children and families involved and for society at large. These children are at much greater risk of developing behavioral problems, failing at school, abusing drugs or alcohol and becoming violent themselves."

      "But there’s good news here: The report describes a remarkably effective brief intervention developed at the trauma center that, according to Steven R. Marans, professor of psychiatry at Yale and director of the center, greatly diminishes symptoms in traumatized children and those who care for them." 04-12

  2. Air Rage Treaty (BBC News)
      Discusses the advocacy for an international air rage treaty to discourage air rage during jet flights. 7-00

  3. American Counseling Association
  4. American Psychological Association (APA)
      Provides psychology topics. 10-09

  5. Anxious Child (American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry)
      Provides basic suggestions for dealing with anxiety in children.

  6. Bedwetting (American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry)
      Provides basic suggestions.

  7. Commitment Test
      This quiz is designed to evaluate how ready you are to commit to your partner.

  8. Communication Skills Test
      This test is designed to evaluate your general level of communication skills.

  9. Concentration Test
      This test is designed to test your concentration.

  10. Disasters - Helping Children After a Disaster (American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry)
      Provides basic suggestions.

  11. Don't Call Introverted Children "Shy" (Time.com)
      "According to the psychologist Elaine Aron, author of the book Psychotherapy and the Highly Sensitive Person, 70% of children with a careful temperament grow up to be introverts, meaning they prefer minimally stimulating environments — a glass of wine with a close friend over a raucous party full of strangers. Some will grow up shy as well. Shyness and introversion are not the same thing. Shy people fear negative judgment, while introverts simply prefer less stimulation; shyness is inherently painful, and introversion is not. But in a society that prizes the bold and the outspoken, both are perceived as disadvantages." 02-12

  12. Eating Disorders (American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry)
      Provides basic suggestions.

  13. Extraversion-Introversion Inventory
      This test is designed to evaluate your individual tendency towards the outer world (extraversion) or the inner world (introversion).

  14. Facts for Families (American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry)
      Provides basic facts related to over 100 issues of concern to parents. 10-09

  15. Gambling Addiction - Identification (Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling)
      Provides the symptoms of a problem with gambling addiction or compulsion. 4-02

  16. Gambling Addiction Treatment (National Council on Problem Gambling)
      "The mission of the National Council on Problem Gambling is to increase public awareness of pathological gambling, ensure the widespread availability of treatment for problem gamblers and their families, and to encourage research and programs for prevention and education." 4-02

  17. Gambling Addiction Treatment in Oregon (Oregon Gambling Addiction Treatment Foundation)
      Provides demographics, referral sources, and other facts about gambling in Oregon. 4-02

  18. Go Ask Alice (Columbia University)
      Provides mental health related information, especially for older teens and young adults

  19. Jealousy Test
      This test is designed to evaluate your jealous tendencies.

  20. Lying (American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry)
      Provides basic suggestions.

  21. Mental Health Disorders (American Psychiatric Association)
      Provides professional practice guidelines for treatment of 10 mental health disorders. Includes diagnostic information for eating disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, delirium, panic disorder, schizophrenia, nicotine dependence, substance abuse, dementia, Alzheimer's Disease, and more. 1-01

  22. Meticulousness
      This test is designed to evaluate how thorough you are.

  23. Oppositional Defiant Disorder (American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry)
      Provides basic suggestions.

  24. Prevention of Youth Violence (Centers for Disease Control)
  25. Regret and How to Make It Work for You (Time.com)
      "Regret is as universal an emotion as love or fear, and it can be nearly as powerful. So, in a new paper, two researchers set about trying to figure out what the typical American regrets most." 03-11

  26. Sleep and Body Clock Chronobiology (Smolensky and Lamberg)
      Provides suggestions for improving health, especially sleep, based on different patterns of body rhythms. 5-01

  27. Sleep and Dreaming - Freud May Not Have Been So Wrong (American Psychological Association - Carpenter)
      Provides results from recent studies on the neurological bases of dreaming, concluding that some of Freud's theories may have been correct. 2-01

  28. Sleep and Dreaming - Lucid Dreaming (Lucidity Institute)
      Provides answers to frequently asked questions about lucid dreaming. 2-01

  29. Sleep and Learning (Nature - Whitfield)
      Provides results from a study suggesting that non-REM sleep is important in retaining what was learned. 5-01

  30. Stealing (American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry)
      Provides basic suggestions.

  31. Stepfamily Problems (American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry)
      Provides basic suggestions.

  32. Tic Disorders (American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry)
      Provides basic suggestions.

Periodicals
  1. Monitor on Psychology (American Psychological Association) 1-01
Projects
  1. Transformational Processing (Funch)
  2. Voices of Women Activities
Research
  1. Effectiveness of Psychotherapy (Seligman)
      Provides a summary and critique of a study conducted by Consumer Reports on the effectiveness of psychotherapy. 6-00

   
   


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