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New Anger Management - Readable and practical. Most people find this leaflet very helpful.

Abnormal Psychology - 3rd Edition - By Nevid, Rathus and Greene
Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine
Alexithymia -- Detailed Description
Alexithymia in Chemical Dependence
Alexithymia - Despite its apparent acceptance in the clinical domain, the construct of  alexithymia has received relatively little attention in the psychophysiological literature
Alexithymia and Dissociative Experiences   - Despite its apparent acceptance in the clinical domain, the construct of alexithymia has received relatively little attention in the psychophysiological literature
Alfred Binet Page
Alliance for the Mentally Ill
American Academy of Psychoanalysis
Anxiety Support - Support Centre for people suffering from Anxiety related illnesses. Social Phobia, Avoidant PD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder OCD, and other anxiety disorders
BehaveNet® Clinical Capsule™- Delusion - Commonly defined in behavioral health care as a fixed false belief
Brief Reactive Psychosis - A brief display of psychotic behavior that lasts for at least several hours, but not more than one week. Typically these reactions are brought on by periods of increased stress (e.g. death of a loved one).
Brief Reactive Psychosis - Overview - A sudden display of psychotic behavior that lasts at least several hours but less than 1 week.
Brief Reactive Psychosis - Prevention
CHWest Psych - Chapter 14 Review - Abnormal Behavior: Myths, Realities, and Controversies 1. Describe and evaluate the medical model of abnormal behavior. 2. Explain the most commonly used criteria of abnormality and complexities that arise in their application.
Clinical Psychophysiology
Clinical Psychology - Science & Practice
Clinical Psychology Group - University Kostanz, Germany, English homepage including information about staff and research
Depersonalisation Disorder - University of Tasmania: Faculty of Health Science. Depersonalisation disorder. Patients report feeling detached from their mental processes or body,...
Depersonalization Discussion Board - UK - Depersonalization:- sensation of feeling as if living in a dream, feeling of nothing being real, feeling detached from oneself, yet remaining aware...
Deviant Behavior
Dr. Adams Discussing Malingering - Malingering Definition: The deliberate exaggeration of psychological and/or physical complaints for purposes of tangible gain (Eg. monetary rewards, etc) is referred to as malingering.
Dual Diagnosis MICA
Early Psychosis Prevention and Intervention Centre
Emotions and Emotional Intelligence
Factious Disorders Page
Fairlite - Trichotillomania Bulletin Board Server- Impulse control disorder
General Encyclopedia - Brief Reactive Psychosis
Growth Groups - Anger Control, Anxiety/Panic, Assertive, Binge/Compulsive Eating, Information, Services, Workbooks
Handwriting in Psychological Diagnosis
Informed Choices, - . We have databases which include educational and supportive community groups and services as well as a free referral service for mental health consumers. For mental health professionals we provide up to date information on services, products, CEU, CME, Seminars, Workshops, Job Postings, and the opportuinity to market products and services.
Health Psychology
Mental Disorders - Psychiatric Score of Mental Disorders Unit 3:Definition and Criiteria of Mental Disorders.
Mental Health Concerns and Issues. - A web site based in Britain. Run by patients, it has a small amount of news, poetry, links and allows visitors to contribute their own experiences of treatment.
Mental Health Education Page
New Mental Health & Illness - A systems theory approach to the diagnosis of mental illness, Neuropsychiatric Manifestations of Lyme disease, news, and links.
Mental Health in the UK - Mental Health in the UK This web site is for people with any sort of mental healthproblems (Depression, Anxiety, O.C.D, Alzheimer's etc).
Mental Health Research Institute - Australia
Mental Proficiency System - The
National Alliance for the Mentally ill
Near Death Experiences
Needs Based Psychology Page
Pediatrics Encyclopedia - Brief Reactive Psychosis
Prodromal Symptoms (Warning Symptoms): Heed These Warnings! -   Most families of persons with the brain disorders that are mental illnesses believe that before their relative has a psychotic episode there are prodromal symptoms (warning symptoms) that signal the oncoming crisis.
New Psychodiagnostic Chirology
PsychWard
New Red Oak's List of Diagnoses
Self Psychology
New Structured Clinical Interview for DSM... (SCID) - Structured Clinical Interview for DSM... (SCID) Developed by Spitzer and Williams Originally developed to use DSM-III and DSM-III-R criteria. Now DSM-IV.
New Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV Axis I DisordersClinician Version - Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV Axis I Disorders Clinician Version Michael B. First, M.D., Miriam Gibbon, M.S.W., Robert L. Spitzer, M.D., and Janet B. W. Williams, D.S.W. Chapters Online Sections 1-6
The Detection of Malingering and Deception   - Allen J. Brown, J.D., Ph.D., is a clinical and forensic psychologist and attorney. He is on staff at Massachusetts General Hospital, where he served as the director of Adult Forensic Training for four years, and is on the psychology faculty of Harvard
The Home Option Service - The site provides information and policies about the service that provides a 24 hour alternative to in patient admission for adults suffering with an acute mental illness. The service is based in Manchester. it should be useful to researchers and other professionals interested in this mode of service.
The Wounded Healer Support Site
Trichotillomania Learning Center  - A term to   describe the compulsive or irresistible urge he saw in patients to pluck out their hair. In psychiatry, trichotillomania is classified as an Impulse Control Disorder
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