Recommended Links and Online Resources

Recommended Links and Online Resources

Medical And Mental Health

KidsHealth has a wealth of information and the site is divided into sections for parents, kids, teens, and professionals.

Baby Center is a site I used a lot as a new mom. There are posts from professionals as well as thousands of moms.

American Pediatric Association

American Counseling Association

The Balanced Mind Foundation is a family resource for children with mood disorders.

Medicine Net

National Institute of Mental Health

Psych Central

Mayo Clinic

Kids Mental Health

Emotional Wellness for Positive Living is a site for information and resources on wellness topics.

Psychology Today is packed with a range of articles about the field of psychology.

12 Things Happy People Do Differently

2010 Studies in Positive Psychology

Self-Help Leaflets

Play Therapy

Association for Play Therapy

Child Therapy Toys: therapeutic toys

Self-Help Warehouse: therapeutic toys

Toys of the Trade – therapeutic toys

Counseling Toys: therapeutic toys

Art Therapy Techniques: a blog with ideas on art therapy of all kinds

Behavior Management

Free Printable Behavior Charts: a great site for behavior charts

Mood And Anxiety Management

Kids Relaxation: a wonderful blog with ideas for de-stressing kids

Anxiety Disorders Association

Stress, Anxiety, and Depression Resource Center

Beating Bipolar

All About Depression

Learning And Sensory

No Time for Flash Cards features activity ideas for kids of all ages.

More Than A Toy is a fun blog with great ideas.

Parenting

Parenting is the website for Parenting Magazine.

Love and Logic Institute provides tips and techniques for parenting.

Positive Parenting offers approaches and techniques for parenting.

Positive Parenting Skills is a blog for parents.

Offbeat Family

Autism Spectrum

Autism Speaks

National Autism Resources

ADHD

Attention Deficit Disorder Association

Special Issues

LD Online is for learning disabilities.

National Association for Gifted Children

Child Abuse Effects

We Connect Now

Mental Health Professionals

Behavioral Health Innovation Comparisons provides information on mental health technology.

Private Practice From the Inside Out

Understanding Behavioral Individuality

Five Brocade Publishing Transpersonal Cognitive Training

Dual Diagnoses Website

International Society for Study of Trauma and Dissociation

Jill Osborne’s Writing and Play Therapy Page

Local Resources For Houston, TX and Surrounding Areas

Houston LPC

Baby Sensory Humble

  • Hi Kim. Thanks so much for including me on your Links Page—it’s a compliment. Here’s a post that some of your readers might be interested in: It’s about how different families function/family styles. It’s called Follow The Leader, after the old children’s game, because it briefly touches upon how children can be allowed to lead in the family sometimes. Here it is: http://therapiststhoughts.blogspot.com/2010/05/follow-leader.html

  • Great list Kim. Good job on the overall blog too! I found your site through a Google Alert for “Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.” You might find my site relevant to your ‘special interests’ section of links: http://www.criminalthinking.net. Keep up the good work!

  • Tiffany, thank you for the amazing compliment! Thanks for reading! 🙂