Treatment: Sites to Visit
Ask Siggy is a question and answer site managed by an interdisciplinary
group of therapists.
Choose a response from the list. What do you think of the professional's
advice? Would you propose anything different? What orientation do you think
the professional follows? How does this affect the advice they give? (Be
sure to identify the question on which you are commenting in the discussion
A "Simple" Therapy
Loren Parks, President of Psychological Research Foundation, Inc., describes
a simple therapy for depression, mood disorders, anxiety, dyslexia, allergies,
Read about the therapy; try it out on a consenting friend if you wish.
What type of psychotherapy is this? Go back to the Home Page (through
the link at the bottom of the page) and read about how this therapy can
be used to treat a number of different disorders. What aspects of
this therapy (if any) might be valid? How would you evaluate whether
this therapy might be effective?
Some other interesting sites you may want to check out...
Internet Mental Health
This Canadian site has a wealth of information on mental disorders
Mental Health Quiz
Think you know something about mental health? Take this quiz
(changes monthly). You could even win a prize! NB: Just
because you received a high score on the quiz doesn't necessarily mean
you'll do well on the 105 exam!
Body-Mind Queendom (a very interesting web site with psychological
tests, mental health information, counseling, and many other resources)
has an online counseling service. Check out the questions and answers
or ask for help in dealing with your own concern. This is also a
Dr. John Grohol has compiled one of the largest lists of mental health
resources on the Web.
Interested in what is going on in Art Therapy?
Link to the British Association of Art Therapists.
Pull down to Chapter 17 to review concepts for this topic.
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