There is an overwhelming amount of information (and misinformation) available online to the public regarding mental health issues. As a general rule, information provided by educational institutions (.edu), professional organizations (.org) and government agencies (.gov) is backed up with credible research and therefore generally considered reliable. In addition there are specific media outlets which are highly regarded when covering health news. There are also many useful books and digital media available (including apps for your smartphone!).
We have gathered here a collection of resources that our clients have found especially helpful, together with suggestions from our staff. However, please note that this is only for general educational purposes. We cannot guarantee the accuracy or relevance of this information to your particular needs and situation. Always consult with a mental health professional when looking for diagnosis or treatment regarding your individual concerns.
You may also want to visit our blog to read about current advances in mental health, as well as news about our practice.