ULifeline is an anonymous, confidential, online resource center, where college students can be comfortable searching for the information they need and want regarding mental health and suicide prevention. ULifeline is available where college students seek information the most – at their fingertips on the Internet.
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Dr. Irving has created with participation of child abuse survivors a bronze monument to acknowledge and validate childhood abuse victims. This monument honors the spirit and courage of participating survivors and empowers survivors to speak out.
I make internet videos of things I am interested in, including but not limited to, health, alternative health, art, comparative religion, science, mental health reform, philosophy or anything else I want to know about.
I like knowing stuff. I think you should like knowing stuff too.
Articles, cartoons, blogs, mediation center, community discussion groups – since 1994. As licensed professionals, we bring information to your home or office, tailored to your needs through tele-seminars, eBooks and podcasts (MP3), and more. Drop in and tell us what you need.
First posted in 1995, these pages (plus the bibliography and selected links to other websites) provide lots of information about DMH concepts including: typical victim reactions to traumatic events; psychological first aid; disaster preparedness; self-care for relief workers; spirituality; and tips on working with sudden loss of loved ones, including a handout for the survivors.
Devoted to helping people understand and therefore better be able to deal with their grief, paying attention to the different ways the genders grieve.
Everyone has a secret. Everyone (well, usually everyone) keeps a secret or two from others. This site, established by Frank Warren, enables ordinary every day you and me’s to put out a secret we have been keeping inside ourselves.
Strengthen your personal and family relationships and solve the most challenging issues facing you and your family today.