In The SpotLight (www.performanceanxiety.com) is the home of No More Stage Fright Workshops and In the SpotLight book and CD, authored by Janet Esposito, MSW, to help people overcome fear of public speaking and performing. Personality Type (www.personalitytype.com) is a site devoted to information about the Myers Briggs Type Inventory. It offers free type testing, type descriptions, and more. The authors of books, Do What You
Are and Just Your Type host this great site.
American Psychological Association (www.apa.org) is the largest of the national associations of psychologists. This site has many useful articles on mental health, resources, and general information for the public. American Academy of Sleep Medicine (www.aasmnet.org) has a list of its accredited sleep centers and labs. To find a sleep center near you, visit www.sleepcenters.org or call 708-492-0930. National Sleep Foundation (www.sleepfoundation.org) has a wealth of information, including quizzes to assess your sleep habits and tips on how to get good sleep.
Has information on Multiple Sclerosis.
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American Chronic Pain Association
Divorce: understanding for children
Divorce: co-parenting educational website (free help)
Parenting: free, confidential, and interactive website
for divorcing and divorced parents.
Children/teens: CD resources for children who are coping with anxiety, stress, anger, and more
Grieving support for children, teens, & young adults
Resources for Post Partum Depression:
Children and Allowance:
National Institute of Mental Health
Parents and education
The Ultimate Guide to College Prep"---
Parenting (gay and lesbian issues):
The emotional needs of gifted children.
Dads: sound advice for expectant or current fathers
Psychology Information Online
Free meditation and relaxation tapes:
Deep Breathing video:
TED (Technology, Entertainment, and Design). Talks are presented by Nobel laureates, past political leaders, and just plain interesting folks. Each talk is only twenty minutes long. Many are cutting-edge. http://www.ted.com
How to have a positive impact in the world after retirement.
Menopause support and information (Susan Love, M.D.):
Cancer information for women: Factual information with a lot of great links.
Infertility information: how to cope with the emotional impact of infertility, plus information on all family-building options.
General health (Mehmet Oz, M.D.) women's health advice and fact sheets on numerous topics:
General psychological information:
Group therapy locator:
Suicide hot line:
# 1-800- SUICIDE (784-2433)
National Suicide Prevention:
Nursing homes, hospices, and end-of-life resources including
books, websites, etc:
Nursing homes, hospices, and end-of-life resources including books, websites, etc:
Caregiver's resources (excellent site):
GPS device for family member with Alzheimer's Disease:
Elder Health info Forms:
EFT (information videos and free e-book):
Trichotillomania Learning Center (support for hair pullers and skin pickers). Phone 831.457.1004 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Psychological education on multitude of topics:
MIS (miscarriage, infant loss, and stillbirth)
The Veterans Crisis Line is a free and confidential source of mental health support and referrals, available 24/7/365. Veterans and their families are encouraged to call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1.
Center for Mental Health Services (adults/teens/parents)
The Kids of Transgender Resource Guide.
Advice for Mothers with babies:
Student Resources for Coping with Stress: