Looking After Your Mental Health
The following sites are recommended educational resources for anxiety, panic attacks and other issues surrounding mental health. For more specific information on the different ranges of anxiety or social shyness check out AnxietyCounsel.com.
We will continue to add to this page as we find more resources
Finding Help For You & Your Family
- American Psychological Association – APA United States Scientific and Professional Organization that Representing Psychologists
- Anxiety and Depression Association of America – Here you will find a list of resources and organizations for finding help with a variety of mental health aspects. Included are support areas for children and adolescents, teens and college students, military and military families, OCD (Obsessive compulsive disorder), PTSD (Post-Traumatic stress disorder) and many other related mental health and medication resources.
- Freedom From Fear – An anxiety and depression site. This is a non profit advocacy association dealing with various aspects of mental health.
- American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry – Yes children do experience anxiety… separation, fear of the dark, anxiety when meeting strangers or even the first few weeks at school. Don’t dismiss your child’s fears, intervene and work to help your child cope with any distressing event that is paralysing his or her life at this moment. The AACAP is a helpful site that focuses on mental health including the signs and symptoms, the causes of anxiety in children, and to understand the facts look at what is normal.