Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (http://www.abct.org). This site is full of excellent information - from recent news about psychotherapy to resources for clients, practitioners, and students. The Find-A-Therapist link allows you to search for a therapist in your area based on criteria you select.
Anxiety Files (http://blogs.psychologytoday.com/blog/anxiety-files): Robert Leahy's blog about techniques to defeat worry and anxiety. He translates CBT techniques into an easily digestible format.
Beck Institute Blog (http://www.beckinstituteblog.org): The Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy & Research updates this blog regularly with cognitive therapy news and developments.
Celebrity Psychings (http://blogs.psychcentral.com/celebrity/): Alicia Sparks' blog that seeks to provide accurate information on mental health topics that appear in the mass media. We believe that the attempt to actively counter the misinformation put forth by celebrities is not only enjoyable, but entirely consistent with the goals of PBB.
Center for Mindful Eating (http://www.tcme.org/): The Center for Mindful Eating is a resource for professionals seeking to learn about and incorporate mindful eating into their practices. TCME offers education, training workshops, and a newsletter among other resources.
Clinician's Research Digest (http://www.apa.org/journals/crd/): The editors & staff of CRD comb through journals to find the articles most relevant for clinicians and then summarize the results in this monthly digest. CRD makes it easy for busy clinicians to stay on top of current research.
Evidence-Based Treatment for Children and Adolescents (http://sccap.tamu.edu/EST): This is an excellent source of information on empirically supported treatment for disorders of childhood and adolescence. The site is maintained by Division 53 of the APA, the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology.
Empirically Supported Treatments for Adults (www.PsychologicalTreatments.org): APA's Division 12, the Society of Clinical Psychology, has recently created this website full of updated information from their Task Force on evidence-based practice. Information can be found by disorder and by treatment, and they give details about the level of empirical support for each treatment as well as the specific studies conducted on each treatment. An invaluable resource!
Evidence-based Mental Health Treatment for Children and Adolescents (http://www.effectivechildtherapy.com/): A collaboration between the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology and the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, this site offers an exceptional overview of effective treatments for child and adolescent disorders, as well as comprehensive information on the disorders themselves. Contains information geared towards parents and towards professionals.
National Institute of Mental Health (http://www.nimh.nih.gov): Government-supported
organization devoted to research pertaining to mental health issues.
Excellent resource for scientifically accurate information on mental
illnesses, as well as information on clinical trials, grants, and much
The Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice (http://www.srmhp.org): A peer-reviewed journal devoted to investigating the scientific support for practices in psychology, psychiatry, social work, and similar disciplines.
The Toolbox: Mental Health and Relationships Articles, Tips, Tools, and Advice (http://www.lisakifttherapy.com): Lisa Kift, MFT is a licensed marriage and family therapist in the San Francisco area. Her site provides resources on relationship and mental health as well as a monthly "Therapist in the Spotlight" series of articles.
Urban Mindfulness (http://www.urbanmindfulness.org): This is a very well-written blog, with a variety of posts about mindfulness. Our favorite are the descriptions of mindfulness exercises tailored for those living in an urban environment (it's written by a group of mental health professionals in NYC).