We are a small organization with a big heart. A resource for individuals, families, mental health professionals, educators, clergy and the media across the country, we are dedicated to improving the lives of people who suffer with OCD.
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This site provides useful general references for both professionals and the general public. It is not intended as a substitute for individualized professional evaluation or treatment. There are many good resources here, including information, support groups, and clinical treatment providers.
This website is about scientific research into how the mind works. The studies have been published in reputable academic journals in many different areas of psychology.
The mission of Anxiety.org is to provide access to cutting edge, evidence-based treatment to all suffering from an Anxiety Disorder regardless of geographic location or financial means.
This site is devoted to sharing ideas and resources for teaching clinical psychology, especially undergraduate courses on abnormal psychology, psychotherapy, group dynamics, psychological testing, and clinical components of introductory psychology.
Through campus-wide events and national programs, Active Minds aims to remove the stigma that surrounds mental health issues, and create a comfortable environment for an open conversation about mental health issues on campuses throughout North America.
Internet Mental Health is for anyone who has an interest in mental health.
This site contains discussion about Adjustment Disorders, Alcohol-Related Disorders, Anxiety, Drug, Eating Disorders, Childhood and Mood Disorders and more.
The National Mental Health Consumers’ Self-Help Clearinghouse, the nation’s first national consumer technical assistance center, has played a major role in the development of the mental health consumer movement. The consumer movement strives for dignity, respect, and opportunity for those with mental illnesses. Consumers–those who receive or have received mental health services–continue to reject the label of “those who cannot help themselves.”