Related Websites

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Addiction and Recovery

Children/Adolescents/Parents

Health

Mental Health

Seniors

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Children/Adolescents/Parents

Self Help Magazine (link opens in new window)  – An educational publication written by mental health professionals about the treatment of many different disorders, health information, and legal issues.

National Attention Deficit Disorder Association (link opens in new window)  – The official Website of the National Attention Deficit Disorder Association. Extensive information on all aspects of ADD/ADHD.

Health

Reuters Health (link opens in new window)  – Breaking news stories in healthcare, and a database with information on drugs, including typical prescribed uses, dosing, drug interactions, and side effects.

WebMD (link opens in new window)  – Healthcare information, including information about prescription medication and herbs: dosing, and side effects.

Mental Health

American Psychological Association (link opens in new window)  – The APA Website search allows professionals to search for articles and information on a variety of disorders. Much of the information is available free of charge; some parts of the site charge either a one-time or per-use fee to view.

Depression (link opens in new window)  – The Depression and Related Affective Disorders Association works with the Dept. of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University Medical School and is sponsored by providers, family members and patients dealing with depression or manic-depressive illness. Contains articles and a library of resources.

Expert Consensus Guideline (link opens in new window)  – Written by the mental health professionals responsible for the DSM IV. Contains treatment guidelines for different disorders.

The Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement Article (link opens in new window)  – Article presents step-by-step guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of major depression, panic disorder, and generalized anxiety disorder. Provided by independent, non-profit organization ICSI, which provides healthcare quality improvement to 27 medical groups and is sponsored by by five Minnesota health plans -- Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, HealthPartners and Medicare are primary sponsors.

National Institute of Mental Health (link opens in new window)  – Links to information for practitioners, including up-to-date information on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevalence of mental disorders and hand-outs for patients.

Seniors

Alzheimer's Association (link opens in new window)  – Suggestions for professionals involved in counseling people with Alzheimer's disease and their families. Also includes tip sheets on caring for individuals with Alzheimer's that professionals can download and pass along to caregivers.