The Violent Death Bereavement Society

The VDBS helps survivors of those who have died a violent death in different ways.  They give and sponsor lectures for those who survive, give clinical intervention support to help those survivors, and they keep a list of counselors, therapists, and other trained staff who can help in this time of need.

They are also adept at keeping literature and resources for those who survive for grief and bereavement.




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Gay Lesbian International Therapist Search Engine

Free resources and information for GLBT communities.

GLITSE works to educate the public in order to fight the fear and hatred that are often the results of ignorance and misinformation. We offer a wealth of resources to help.

Through support, education and advocacy GLITSE promotes the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered persons, their families and friends.

GLITSE envisions a society that embraces everyone and celebrates diversity, including those of diverse sexual orientations and gender identities.




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Something Fishy…

Dedicated to raising awareness and providing support to people with Eating Disorders, and their loved-ones… since 1995.  A pro-recovery site with help for those who suffer from Eating Disorders, with treatment centers, treatment locators, and support from those who have been there already, and are going through it now.




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Will Meek, Ph.D.

Hey! This is Will Meek from the old StaffPsychologist.com blog and former
PsychCentral blogger. I have developed a new site where I am writing about
self-help and psychotherapy, and have some resources for people on things like
writing difficult letters to people, and managing anxiety among others.

Take a look and see what you can find to help you on my site!




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Obsessive Compulsive Foundation

The OCD Foundation has news, articles, and links dealing with obsessive compulsive disorder.

The Obsessive-Compulsive Foundation (OCF) is an international not-for-profit organization composed of people with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and related disorders, their families, friends, professionals and other concerned individuals.

Founded by a group of individuals with OCD in 1986, the mission of the OCF is to educate the public and professional communities about OCD and related disorders; to provide assistance to individuals with OCD and related disorders, their family and friends; and to support research into the causes and effective treatments of OCD and related disorders.




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Volunteers in Psychotherapy

A community nonprofit organization that provides truly private psychotherapy for no fee (or a low fee).

· Clients “pay for” their therapy by doing independent volunteer work for the charity of their choice.

· Preserve the Privacy of your Personal Psychotherapy Discussions by not using your insurance.

· No Reports Sent to Managed Care or Insurance Companies.




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Secret Mind

Our site is designed to explain how to use the mental health system. It shows how to select an expert psychotherapist. It explains what kinds of psychotherapists there are, what their training is, and how to find them. It provides a listing of links to mental health information of the web, explains what these are about, who wrote them, and what info they offer. It introduces Fred Levin, M.D. the author of this web page, and gives his background, and how to reach him for more info if needed.




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Psyris

Psyris includes links to psychology information, psychology articles, and a referral directory, connecting the public with providers.




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