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Self-Help Resources

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Millions of Americans seek ways to enrich their lives through books, films, and online resources.  From improving relationships, to finding ways to handle stress, self-help resources are an indispensable source of advice. Visit our self-help books, videos, or click on an issue of interest below to view a list of  self-help resources online:

General Self Help
Abuse
Addiction
ADHD
Aging
Alzheimer's & Dementia
Anxiety
Autism Spectrum
Bipolar Mood
Borderline Personality
Building Resilience
Bullying
Career Issues
Caregiving
Child Development
Chronic Pain
Depression
Eating Habits
Facing Death & Dying
Grief
Learning Challenges
LGBT
Marriage & Family
Mental Health Screening Tools from Mental Health America

Military
Obsessive Compulsive Behavior
Parenting
Postpartum Depression
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Stress
Substance Abuse
Suicide

*Most links on these pages were collected from Self-Help That Works: Resources to Improve Emotional Health and Strengthen RelationshipsWe are indebted to the authors, including John C. Norcross, PhD, Linda F. Campbell, PhD, John M. Grohol, PsyD, John W. Santrock, PhD, Florin Selagea, MS, and Robert Sommer, PhD, as well as the publisher, Oxford University Press.

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