About.com Mental Health. Comprehensive, authoritative website on 30 mental health subject areas. Includes Psych Medications section. A Forbes Magazine “Best of the Web” site.
National Institute of Mental Health. Health Information on depression, anxiety, add, bipolar, schizophrenia, and more.
Mental Help Net. Information and advocacy on mental health topics.
Mental Health Association of America
Advocates can help patients resolve concerns with their insurance companies over mental health coverage.
Freedom From Fear. Information on a variety of mental health concerns from a national non-profit mental illnes advocacy organization.
Internet Mental Health. Information on a wide variety of mental health concerns from a medical perspective.
Psych Central.. Mental health support and info, includes symptoms and treatments for a number of mental health disorders, and an internet resources directory, featured topics, ask the therapist, and community support forums.
Fabulous Support/Psychology Links. Looking for a special mental health topic you can’t find here? Here is a list of psychology links on just about everything, reviewed and described by a psychologist.
Help Center. An excellent resource from the American Psychological Association for dealing with life’s problems.
Better Self-Esteem. A brochure from the University of Texas at Austin, helps you understand where low self-esteem comes from, and gives three “steps” to better self-esteem.
Black Women and Mental Health. From BlackWomensHealth.com.
Mental Health Insurance Coverage: Questions to Ask
Finding Help: How to Choose a Psychotherapist. From the APA Help Center, focuses on “psychologists” but the advice applies to clinical social workers and licensed marriage and family therapists as well.
A College Student’s Guide to Psychopharmacology. A college psychiatrist’s introduction to medications for depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and attention-deficit disorder.