www.stressingout.org Dear Will, I am writing from my website, which deals withthe effects of chronic stress and its impacts on broader mental health including anxiety, depression and self-esteem problems. We unpack these themes and explain how they are linked, as well as offering information about counselling and some easy-to-use techniques to address them. The site also features a free ebook - titled "Stress and the City" - that looks at different sources of stress and anxiety such as work pressure, relationship problems, money worries and so on, and howthese triggers can affect wider mental health. Many thanks Guy
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Mood disorder, depression and anxiety peer support resource that offers users a method of communicating and discussing that issues that effect them. The site contains articles, news articles, a stories database, screening tests, chat rooms, forums, mood trackers and other interactive features. The site is designed to give sufferers a space to have a voice about issues that effect them.
www.Mentalhealth.org.ukGave this site its' 5* rating! The website of the Mental Health Foundation outlines the charityís work in research, policy, service development and service user involvement. The site offers information and publications to download on research, good practice in services and on mental health problems and key issues. It provides a daily mental health news service and directories of organisations, websites and events. Website visitors can use forums and bulletin boards, join a mailing list and find out how to support the organisation. www.lifecoach-directory.org.uk 'Life Coach Directory is a network of UK based Life Coaches. All the coaches listed on the site are fully qualified and insured. Visitors can search by postcode, town or county to find a local Life Coach. They can access details of each coaches experience, training and expertise as well as their contact details and fees. This is a free and confidential service for everyone.'
www.madforarts.org 'MadforArts' is not for profit. It is an educational web project that aims to encourage people experiencing mental health problems to appreciate art, talk about art, and share it with others. It is an interactive website where people can create their own studio saces to post examples of art that inspires them.'
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I noticed that you have a list of links on your website and thought you might be interested in ours, http://www.bruxism.org.uk which aims to raise awareness of bruxism (nocturnal teeth grinding) which as a sleep disorder that affects around 1 in 10 people but especially those with anxiety. Bruxism can disrupt one's sleep, which in turn reduces the ability to deal with stress. Many thanks, Daniel Martin. (The Bruxism Association)
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www.psychequilibrium.org "psychequilibrium has been established as a non-denominational organisation whose purpose is to offer instruction on meditation and mindfulness practice to anyone who wishes to acquire those skills, and to endeavour to support them in their efforts. We welcome contact from all persons regardless of belief system, and this without discrimination of any kind. We trust that a spirit of mutual tolerance and respect for each other's views will predominate, and thereby contribute to a fundamental sense of harmony. Finally it is our objective to enhance the quality of life for all those who participate, this both individually and collectively."
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My name is Ryan and I'm an ex-anxiety sufferer (well, almost). There's a serious lack of credible online information about anxiety. So, to balance that a little bit, I decided to create a well researched guide on the topic which you can find here: http://www.calmclinic.com
Your website lists other related resources, so I thought that it would be useful to your visitors to include a specialized guide like that as well. All of the information was created with the help of a professional psychologist and edited by a professional writer.
Hi Will, I have my memoir about suffering with and recovering from Borderline personality disorder, Depression and OCD, and my mother who suffered with catatonic schizophrenia, (both of us with an under-active thyroid) coming out in a few weeks on kindle, (itís a life journey) and I wondered if there was any way in which you could offer me a link to it - either the book on Amazon or preferably my website www.amandagreenauthor.co.uk thanks
Hi Will, hope all is well! I am writing to follow up with you about the resource how Clinical Psychology is improving our understanding of internet addiction - I sent you a few days back. Let me know if I can answer any questions for you in regards to it or myself. I look forward to hearing back from you soon!http://www.clinicalpsychology.net Regds Justine
Hi Will, could you kindly put this on for us? The Child Anxiety Research (CARe) Program at Kent State University is interested in learning more about child anxiety and its relationship to family functioning. We are seeking to recruit parents with a child under the age of 18 and who lives at home. In addition, we are interested in recruiting the oldest child of these parents, as long he or she is between 8 and 17 years of age. Participants will be asked to complete an internet-based survey. The survey will take parents no more than 45 minutes to complete. It will take about the same amount of time for the child to complete his or her portion of the survey as well. Parents are free to participate even if their kids donít want to fill out the survey and even if they donít feel that their child is very anxious. If you are interested in learning more about this study, please click on the link below.