resources


Resources

On the Web:

  • Psychology Today, www.psychologytoday.com  Features articles on relationships, mental health education and work related issues.
  • Panic Attack Recovery, www.PanicAttackRecovery.com  A self-help resource for those looking for relief from panic attacks.  Offers information and support.
  • Anxiety Network International, www.anxietynetwork.com  Provides information and help for those struggling with social anxiety, panic or generalized anxiety.
  • Depression and Bipolar Support Alliancewww.dbsalliance.orgProvides information about depression and manic-depression, offers support groups, and has updates on research and clinical trials.
  • Association for Couples in Marriage Enrichment,www.bettermarriages.org  A non-profit organization whose purpose is to promote better marriages by providing enrichment opportunities and resources that strengthen couple relationships.
  • American Chronic Pain Association, www.theacpa.org  Facilitates peer support and education for individuals with chronic pain and their families.
  • Calm Clinic, www.calmclinic.com

Books that I recommend:

  • Calming Your Anxious Mind, by Jeffrey Brantley
  • The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook, by Edmond Bourne, Ph.D.
  • The OCD Workbook, by Bruce Hyman, Ph.D. and Cherry Pedrick, R.N.
  • Mind Over Mood, by Dennis Greenberger, Ph.D. and Christine Padesky, Ph.D.
  • Feeling Good: the New Mood Therapy, by David Burns, M.D.
  • The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work, by John Gottman and Nan Silver
  • Intimacy after Infidelity, by Steven Solomon, Ph.D. and Lorie Teagno, Ph.D.
  • Procrastination, by Jane Burka, Ph.D. and Lenora Yuen, Ph.d.
  • Where to Draw the Line: How to Set Healthy Boundaries Every Day, by Anne Katherine
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