If politicians were serious about preventing and treating mental health, they would be tending to our broken mental health care system. What should politicians actually talk about when they talk about mental health? We compiled a list of priorities—and, spoiler alert, bringing back mental institutions did not make the cut.
Psychologist and Psychotherapy.net content manager Deb Kory pulls no punches in critiquing what is missing from our training programs, and calls for more authenticity, humor and humility in the ways we teach and learn to practice therapy.
Engineers are using cognitive psychology to figure out how AIs think and make them more accountable.
When I was an intern, patients frequently asked if they could talk to me about God.
What scientists are discovering by measuring the beating of the heart.
As more studies are called into question and researchers bicker over methodology, the field is showing a healthy willingness to face its problems.
Famed Care of the Soul author, Thomas Moore, offers insights into what makes a good therapist. Hint: You can't learn it from a manual.
Evolutionary psychology is just the most obvious example of science’s flaws.
In this delightfully imaginative excerpt from Tea with Freud: An Imaginary Conversation About How Psychotherapy Really Works, psychiatrist and author Steven B. Sandler, travels back in time to consult with Freud on some of his most challenging cases, and challenges Freud to think about his famous theories in new ways.
A psychologist explains why humans are so terrible to each other.
When was the last time you rested?
Truly just put aside some time – a minute or an hour – to do whatever it is that recharges you.
This publication is intended to keep psychologists informed about practice issues.
Advances in the History of Psychology is a work in progress. Its intent is to aggregate news and notes pertaining to the history of the discipline. Ultimately, the primary mission of AHP will be to notify readers of publications, conferences, and other events or issues of interest to researchers and students of the history of psychology.
AllPsych Online is one of the largest and most comprehensive psychology websites on the Internet and is referenced by multiple colleges and universities.
This site is designed to teach about psychological processes in a rich experiential setting. But we don’t want to be dull and boring along the way. Cheesy? Sure! Silly? No doubt! Stuffy? Never!!! Asking ridiculous rhetorical questions? Guess I’ll plead no contest there!
At this site, you can learn some amazing things about how the mind works.
Welcome to Psych Web! This Web site contains lots of psychology-related information for students and teachers of psychology.
The Internet's largest and oldest independent mental health social network created and run by mental health professionals to guarantee reliable, trusted information and support communities to you, for over 16 years.
PsychDirectory is a global directory of various psych-related services and resources.
We continually strive to be major mental health, mental health care, psychology and psychiatry resource portal containing links to relevant information, articles on mental illness, fact sheets, forums, software downloads and research sources. Our site objective is to address the needs of professional mental health workers, students and the layperson.
A premier education and employment digest.
A hierarchical database of links to websites providing information about scientific psychology.
Psychology Information Online provides information about psychological diagnosis, disorders and problems, psychotherapy and counseling.
Our site has been designed to cut through these problems by providing easily accessible, well written and timely health information that can be viewed from the privacy of your home and office.
PsychologyTools was set up in 2008 by Dr Matthew Whalley, a Clinical Psychologist working in the UK, as a way to develop and share materials useful to psychological therapists. Most of the materials lean towards cognitive behavioural therapy, but materials from other therapeutic modalities are welcomed.
Resources to inspire therapists.
Depression and mental health resource.
Welcome to Social Psychology Network, one of the largest Internet sites devoted to psychological research and teaching. In these pages, you'll find more than 20,000 links related to psychology.
The purpose of this website is to provide information about effective treatments for psychological disorders. The website is meant for a wide audience, including the general public, practitioners, researchers, and students. Basic descriptions are provided for each psychological disorder and treatment. In addition, for each treatment, the website lists key references, clinical resources, and training opportunities.
The Lighter Side of Psych was selected by the Los Angeles Times as one of the Internet's best humor sites, along with Dilbert, Letterman, and Dave Barry!
Find out how smart you are, what you like to do, and what makes you happy with our free IQ tests, career tests, and personality tests. All tests at 123test.com are designed to help you find serious answers to your questions about IQ, personality, or career assessment.
Behavior OnLine aspires to be the premier World Wide Web gathering place for mental health professionals and applied behavioral scientists--a place where professionals of every discipline can feel at home.
Come on in and make yourself at home! Take psychological self-tests and quizzes, check symptoms of common disorders, look up medications, compare types of counselling and psychotherapy, or learn about secure online therapy.
Counselor Magazine is for Addiction Professionals, Counselors & Social Workers. We provide resources and information for every sort of addiction.
Study psychological research and theory about children's social and cognitive development with resources like lesson plans, classroom activities, and web links.
David Willshire's Forensic Psychology, Psychiatry & Cycling Links.
NePsy.com is the official website of New England Psychologist, a monthly print publication serving the region’s licensed psychologists. The publication is mailed free to all license holders that live in the six-state New England region. Articles, listings and other content on nePsy are derived from the monthly publication as well as other sources.
The British Psychology Society's Occupational Digest is a blog dedicated to how psychology matters in the workplace. It follows the success of the award-winning BPS Research Digest which reports on psychology of every flavour. The Occupational Digest continues this spirit of reporting what matters, but keeps its sights firmly on what matters at work.
The British Psychological Society's award-winning Research Digest blog provides original, authoritative reports on the latest psychology research papers. Plus we publish a few other fun features too. The Digest doesn't just pick up on the same studies covered by the mainstream media. The editor trawls hundreds of peer-reviewed journals looking for the latest findings from across the breadth of psychological science.
LD OnLine.org is the world's leading website on learning disabilities and ADHD, serving more than 200,000 parents, teachers, and other professionals each month.
Neuroscience atlases, cases, courses, databases, lectures, videos, etc.
The Mental Help Net website exists to promote mental health and wellness education and advocacy.
Welcome to NetworkTherapy.com, a leading provider of mental health resources and marketing solutions for the growing online mental health community. Since the formation of NetworkTherapy.com in March of 2000, our focus has been centered on providing fast and reliable access to our national network of over 3,000 mental health providers.
This is a collection of java animations for various biopsychology or neuroscience phenomena aimed at an undergraduate audience.
Edited by Peter Y. Chou, WisdomPortal.com
Social Work Today celebrates that professional bond among social workers in all their distinct roles and varied work settings. It is the only national monthly newsmagazine committed to enhancing the entire social work profession by exploring its difficult issues, new challenges, and current successes through expert, but concise editorial content presented in a contemporary, visually appealing style.
The Paul Rosenfels Community website is an oasis in cyberspace where people interested in the ideas of the late 20th philosopher can meet, read the works Paul and his students left us, and offer up their own ideas and observations.
This is an information resource for central nervous system imaging which integrates clinical information with magnetic resonance (MR), x-ray computed tomography (CT), and nuclear medicine images. We welcome submission of Atlas entries. The Atlas project is made possible in part by the Departments of Radiology and Neurology at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, the Countway Library of Medicine, and the American Academy of Neurology.