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Psychology Web Pointer                     Professional & Other Web Sites

Associate Editor: Ross Powell <powell@direct.ca>


This Pointer will help you find the information you need on the World
Wide Web (WWW).  It is provided as a public service.  It is by no means
meant to be a complete listing of all WWW pages associated with mental
health.  It is, however, kept updated with a listing of what I consider
to be some of the more comprehensive and helpful pages around the world.

It is organized around topic areas, listed in alphabetical order and
divided into two major categories: General Resources and Professional
Resources. Sites that I believe don't fall neatly into either category
are listed under both. Other resource lists, in case you haven't found
what you need here, are listed in a third category at the end.   
are listed under both. Other resource lists, in case you haven't found
what you need here, are listed in a third category at the end.

     > All resources listed in this file have been personally
       reviewed by myself and I have found them to be useful
       and accurate in their information.
     > I generally do not list commercial resources selling or
       promoting products unless I feel that that resource
       covers an area not otherwise covered on the Web.

 * = New to this version  ** = Among the best   (c) = Commercial site
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  Check out Dr. GROHOL's Mental Health Page, your
  personalized index for mental health, psychology and
  support resources on the Internet. (Including this one!)
             http://www.coil.com/~grohol/
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Comments & suggestions for additions are always welcome!  
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PROFESSIONAL RESOURCES

Classical Adlerian Psychology and Democracy -- A growing site on Adlerian
                  Psychology.
                  http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/hstein/

Administrators in Academic Psychiatry
                  http://www.umdnj.edu/~pulierml/AAP.home.html

American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
                  http://www.psych.med.umich.edu/web/aacap/

American Board of Examiners in Clinical Social Work -- Information about this
                  organization, credentialing, ethics, board of directors, etc.
                  http://ssnet.com/~jchamber/abecsw.html

American Psychiatric Association -- A new site with "Let's Talk Facts"
                  brochures, contact information, and a whole lot more for
                  psychiatrists and laypeople.
                  http://www.psych.org/

* American Psychiatric Nurses Association
                  http://www.musc.edu/apna/

American Psychoanalytic Association
                  http://apsa.org/

American Psychological Association -- A Web site full of useful information
                  about journals as well as consumer information, press
                  releases, continuing education calendar, and classified ads
                  from the APA Monitor.
                  http://www.apa.org/

American Psychological Society
                  http://psych.hanover.edu/aps/

Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy (AAGT)
                  http://www.europa.com/~brownell/

* Behavior OnLine -- The "gathering place" for professionals in the behavioral
                  science and related fields. Offers in-depth conversations
                  with some of the leading theorists and therapists in the
                  mental health field today, and a place for other
                  professionals to interact directly with those
                  conversationalists, discussing their ideas and theories.**
                  http://www.behavior.net/

Behavnet BBS -- Behavnet BBS offers a lot of interesting information to those
                  interested in behaviorism and related fields
                  http://behavnet.com/

Biofeedback & Clinical Psychophysiology -- Behavnet BBS offers a lot of
                  interesting information to those interested in behaviorism
                  and related fields. - Arnon Rolnick
                  http://freud.tau.ac.il/~biosee/

Bipolar Network -- Stanley Foundation offering information on current research
                  being conducted on affective disorders at the National
                  Institute of Mental Health and also around the Stanley
                  Network sites.
                  http://165.112.218.13/

Canadian Psychological Association
                  http://www.phoenix.ca/cpa/index.html

Cape Cod Institute -- Offers annual symposia every summer on keeping mental
                  health professional up-to-date with the latest online mental
                  health resources, the Psychology of the 'Net, etc.
                  http://www.cape.org/

* Centerwatch -- The clinical trials listing service
                  http://www.centerwatch.com/

Computer programs in mental health -- Comprehensive listing, descriptions,
                  technical information on hundreds of psychology computer
                  programs
                  http://www.gamma.rug.nl/

Creative Arts Therapies
                  http://www.users.interport.net/~levyb/cats.html

CyberPsych -- Includes links and pages for the following organizations: Anxiety
                  Disorder Association of America, SEPI, American Association
                  of Suicidology, American Psychoanalytic Foundation, and the
                  Psychological Service Center.
                  http://www.users.interport.net/~lindy/index.html

Forensic Psychiatry Resources -- Univ. of Alabama and the Alabama Dept. of
                  Mental Health
                  http://ua1vm.ua.edu/~jhooper/

Forensic Psychiatry -- Joe Davis
                  http://somt.nu.edu/~jdavis/Forensics/Forensicnet.html

FreudNet -- New York Psychoanalytic Institute.  Everything Freud!
                  http://www.interport.net:80/nypsan/

Hanover College Psychology Department -- Maintained by John Krantz, this site
                  is an outstanding example of useful work that more psychology
                  departments, especially at larger and better-funded
                  universities, should pay attention to. This is the first
                  place to check for online journals.**
                  http://psych.hanover.edu/

HeartMath Research Papers
                  http://www.webcom.com/~hrtmath/

Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
                  http://cmit.unomaha.edu/TIP/TIP.html

Interactive Testing in Psychiatry -- NYU Dept. of Psychiatry. Features
                  board-style questions and annotated answers online.
                  http://www.med.nyu.edu/Psych/itp.html

Institute for Rational-Emotive Therapy -- This page provides a lot of useful
                  information on RET, a specific psychotherapy and theory
                  developed by Albert Ellis. Includes a directory of
                  RET-trained therapists throughout the world, a FAQ, schedule
                  of upcoming seminars, etc.
                  http://www.IRET.org/

InterPsych -- Milton's InterPsych Page
                  http://www.psych.med.umich.edu/web/intpsych/

Journal, resources, & programs
                  http://mambo.ucsc.edu/psl/psych.html

Journals, Psychological -- The newest and likely most comprehensive list to
                  psychological and related journals online today. An
                  international site
            http://www.wiso.uni-augsburg.de/sozio/hartmann/psycho/journals.html
                  is also available. - Armin Gunther
                  http://www.gasou.edu/psychweb/resource/journals.htm

National Center for PTSD
                  http://www.dartmouth.edu/dms/ptsd/

Neurofeedback Archive -- SSNR (Society for Study of Neuronal Regulation) A site
                  that will mainly interest professionals in neurofeedback,
                  such as EEG or biofeedback. Its main offerings are
                  full-length articles as well as abstracts. While this page
                  apparently hasn't been updated in a few months, I hope it
                  continues to offer professionals in this field a valuable
                  resource.**
                  http://www.primenet.com/~ssnr/

Neurofeedback/Biofeedback -- Another useful neurofeedback and biofeedback site.
                  - Lois Henry-Thiel & Brian Thiel
                  http://www.primenet.com/~thielbl/

Neurofeedback Research Papers at Mind Gear -- Phil Safier
                  http://www.gate.net/~mind/research.html

Neurophysiology -- William H. Calvin
                  http://weber.u.washington.edu/~wcalvin/

Neurosciences on the Internet -- Neil A. Busis
                  http://www.lm.com/~nab/

Neuropsychology Central -- Neuropsychology links in a Web site that is
                  frustratingly graphics-intensive, which shuts out slower
                  access and Lynx users. - Jeffrey Browndyke**
                  http://www.premier.net/cogito/neuropsy.htm

Neuropsychology of the Frontal Lobes -- A site with potential.
                  http://www.compassnet.com/dstrite/index.htm

* Neuroscience Connections -- Biopsychology and the biology behind mental
                  disorders. Most useful for undergraduates.
                  http://www.jmu.edu/psyc/neuro/index.html

Neurosciences on the Internet -- Offering a searchable database as well as
                  extensive resources. -  Neil A. Busis
                  http://www.lm.com/~nab/

Occupational Therapy in Mental Health -- John D. Chacksfield
                  http://www.iop.bpmf.ac.uk/home/sha/ot/occther.htm

Physicians Who Care -- National organization that is a nonprofit organization
                  devoted to protecting the traditional doctor-patient
                  relationship and ensuring quality health care
                  http://www.pwc.org/index.html

PACE Custody Home Page (c) -- Professional Academy of Custody Evaluators.
                  Includes archive of past issues of the Custody Newsletter and
                  a lot of other useful information for custody evaluators.
                  http://www.custody-pace.org/

Psycgrad Project -- For graduate students in psychology to communicate ideas,
                  share information about conferences worldwide, and to publish
                  scientific papers in our own journal.
                  http://www.cc.utexas.edu/psycgrad/

Psyche Journal -- The original refereed online journal on consciousness.
                  http://psyche.cs.monash.edu.au/

PSYCHE-D Mailing List Archive by Thread
                  http://www.ai.sri.com/~connolly/psyche-list/index.html

* Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness - PSYCHE's publishers
                  http://www.phil.vt.edu/assc/default.html

Psychiatry Star -- University of Michigan. A large psychiatry resource offering
                  information about psychiatry online as well as the field of
                  informatics.
                  http://www.psych.med.umich.edu/

Psychoanalysis -- A page full of psychoanalysis-related links and resources.
                  http://userpage.fu-berlin.de/~albrecht/psa.html

Psychology of Cyberspace -- An excellent site by John Suler
                  http://www1.rider.edu/~suler/psycyber/psycyber.html

Psychology Textbook Summaries & Brain Map -- Stig-Lennart Sxrensen
                  http://www.cs.uit.no/~stigs/psychology.html

Psycoloquy Journal -- The original refereed online journal on a wide range of
                  cognitive topics. - Stevan Harnad
                  http://cogsci.soton.ac.uk/~harnad/


Psychopharmacology Tips -- Offers a wealth of knowledge to professionals
                  looking for some of the spoken lore about how best to
                  prescribe psychotropic medications. If you're a psychiatrist
                  and you're online, you should be reading this page every
                  week. -  Dr. Bob Hsiung**
                  http://uhs.bsd.uchicago.edu/~bhsiung/tips/tips.html

Schizophrenia Information -- Dept. of Social Psychiatry, Univ. of Groningen
                  http://w3socpsy.med.rug.nl/docs/schizx.htm

School psychology -- Sandy Steingart
                  http://mail.bcpl.lib.md.us/~sandyste/school_psych.html

Sexual Abuse by Professionals -- Contains abstracts, articles, and links to the
                  book the author co-wrote on this topic as well as an article
                  she wrote for the World Wide Legal Information Association.
                  -  Pamela K. Sutherland
                  http://www.early.com/spotlight/bostonlaw/PKSutherland/

Social Psychology Network -- Provides a variety of links to psychology
                  organizations, U.S. schools with psychology PhD programs, and
                  social-psychological topics of the day.
                  http://www.wesleyan.edu/psyc/psyc260/

Clinical Social Work Homepage -- Pat McClendon
                  http://www.users.mis.net/~patmc/

Social Worker Networker -- Mike Hammer
                  http://pages.nyu.edu/~mfh0446/

Statistical and data analysis software (shareware)
                  http://www.compulink.co.uk/~kovcomp/

Statistical help, health, psychopharamcology
                  http://superior.carleton.ca/~szikopou/

Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools (TOPSS)
                  http://cscc.clarion.edu/mitchell/topss.htm

Teaching Clinical Psychology -- Another excellent site by John Suler.
                  http://www1.rider.edu/~suler/tcp.html

Videos for professionals -- On personality and mood disorders (c)
                  http://www.lei.net:8080/dml/Odyssey/Odyssey.htm

Videos for professionals -- On trauma, child abuse, dissociation (c)
                  http://www.pacific.net/~cavideo

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OTHER COMPREHENSIVE INTERNET RESOURCE SITES

Clinical Psychology Resources -- Nicely organized set of links, which is
                  frames-capable.
                  http://www.psychologie.uni-bonn.de/kap/links_20.htm

Cognitive & General Psychology Research-oriented Resources -- One of the
                  oldest and largest on-line resources to exist in the
                  professional mental health field, this one has kept
                  up-to-date. Extensive and well-documented links to thousands
                  of other on-line resources in academia, discussion lists,
                  organizations and conferences, journals and magazines,
                  software and much more. The files are large, so be
                  prepared!**
                  http://www-psych.stanford.edu/cogsci.html

Cyber Synapse -- A nicely-done, comprehensive page of psychology-related
                  links. - Warren Bush
                  http://rdz.stjohns.edu/~warren/psych.html

Education Related Resources -- University of Virginia's Office of Career
                  Planning & Placement (OCPP)
                  http://curry.edschool.virginia.edu/~mgd2u/educpage.html

Emotional Support Guide -- Internet resources for physical loss, chronic
                  illness, and bereavement
                  http://asa.ugl.lib.umich.edu/chdocs/support/emotion.html

Interesting Mental Health Internet Resources -- A newer mish-mash of pages
                  related to mental health, including organizations,
                  universities, journals, etc. all on one page.
                  http://griffin.vcu.edu/views/psych/resource.htm

Internet Mental Health -- This has long been one of my favorite comprehensive
                  mental health information sites that has so much
                  information, it really should have a search engine. Suffers
                  from boring graphics and a layout which requires wading
                  through too many sub-menus, plus not enough cross-references
                  for laypeople. In the past, this site has suffered from some
                  serious DNS entry errors, but they now claim to have been
                  resolved.**
                  http://www.mentalhealth.com/

Medical & Mental Health Resources -- Specifica, an evolving resource of
                  information and services for people in need. - Jeanine Wade
                  http://www.realtime.net/~mmjw/

Medical & Mental Health Resources -- A psychiatrist's guide to mental health
                  information online. - Dr. Bob Hsuing
                  http://uhs.bsd.uchicago.edu/~bhsiung/dr.bob.html

MedWeb: Mental Health, Psychiatry, Psychology
                  http://www.cc.emory.edu/WHSCL/medweb.mentalhealth.html

Mental Health Net -- Dr. John Grohol's latest and more comprehensive effort
                  which is both a Web site and a non-profit organization
                  devoted to the dissemination of information and education
                  online in psychology, psychiatry and mental health topics.
                  http://www.cmhc.com/

PIE Online - Mental health and health policy.
                  http://www.pie.org/

Psychiatry Star -- University of Michigan Comprehensive and oriented toward
                  psychiatry.
                  http://www.psych.med.umich.edu/web/psychRef/

Psych Central: Dr. John Grohol's Mental Health Page -- A psychologist's guide
                  to self-help and mental health resources. (You're looking at
                  the text version!)
                  http://www.coil.com/~grohol/

PsychLink -- Instream
                  http://www.psychlink.com/

PsychScapes -- PsychScapes Worldwide
                  http://www.mental-health.com/PsychScapes/home.html

Psych Web -- A friendly list of links, oriented toward students in psychology.
                  - Russ Dewey
                  http://www.gasou.edu/psychweb/psychweb.htm

Sociology & Psychology Resources
                  http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~huayi/SOCPSY.HTML
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