Contains web sites with information on a range of mental health issues, such as anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, and much more.
Contains a plethora of separate message boards on topics such neuropsychology, psychotherapy, Gestalt therapy, and EMDR as well as meditation as used in psychotherapy.
The UK's largest private mental health partnership, with a carefully selected team of psychiatrists, psychologists and psychotherapists.
Grief Net is an Internet community that helps people to make it through the life changing challenges of grief, death and major loss. You can also create a memorial to a loved one on this website. The website also has a section dedicated to suicide prevention, an important way to prevent needless deaths. You can also donate money to support the website.
Mental Health Abuse
Mental Health Abuse is a non-profit organization with a mandate to investigate and expose mental health violations of human rights.
Prospects is a non-profit organisation which values and supports people with disabilities, empowering them to live their lives to the fullest extent.
Psych Disorders is a non-profit organization providing research and educational information about nervous and mental health disorders.
Interactive messaging for those who want information about or support for mental illnesses provides discussions on such topics as living with mental illness, anxiety disorders, developmental disorders such as Tourette's Syndrome and autism. Also contains an anti-psychiatry section.
Teens With Problems
Offers help for parents dealing with a problem teen; defiant, failing school, drug abuse or legal problems; how to tighten family rules; 30-question test for parents; substance abuse info; residential treatment and behavior modification programs for teens.
The Web Healing website is a resource that can help you work through grief. There are also discussion boards where people can come together to share their experiences in losing loved ones, including children and siblings. You can also find inspiring books to help you understand grief here.