An online natural food store that contains many products as well as a
reference library, news, recipes, and health tools.
Talk About Psychiatric Medications, Timothy E.
this popular resource, Dr. Wilens provides essential guidance for
parents facing tough choices about whether or not to give a child
medication for emotional or behavioral problems. Packed with frequently
asked questions, examples, and charts, the book explains which
medications are prescribed for kids and why; their effects on health,
emotions, and school performance; how to maximize the benefits; and
when to consider other treatments instead.
Feeling Good Handbook, by David D. Burns
by one of the prime developers of cognitive therapy, teaching how to
remove the mental obstacles that hinder success--from test anxiety and
fear of public speaking to procrastination and self-doubt.
|| Xenophon Therapeutic Riding Center
in Orinda, CA, disabled people ride horses under the guidance
trained instructor. This innovative therapy benefits the rider
physically and emotionally. Therapeutic riding is fun, empowering, and
healing for students and participants.
|| Internet Mental Health Resource
of all major mental illnesses and medications, discussion groups,
book/magazine resources, latest research, and interesting article
|| National Alliance for the Mentally Ill
The definitive organization for mental health advocacy.
General - Child
This British website is devoted to references on understanding
children's behavior problems.
The Cleveland Enuresis Institute provides a solution for bed-wetting
children and their families all over the world.
of Positive Parenting, by Glenn I. Latham
Excellent parent reviews of this book.
Mozart Effect, by Don Campbell
how music can enhance the life of a developing child...includes music
and movement exercises to help stimulate children's minds, music
"recipes" for promoting mental organization and methods for reducing
Intervention for Problem Behavior, by Edward G..
Carr, PH.D., Len Levin, M.A.
Training for Children with Behavior Disorders,
by Michael L. Bloomquist
clearly written book for parents and therapists is designed to enhance
developmental skills in children with behavior disorders and to improve
parent and family coping.
of Sync Child, by Carol Stock Kranowitz, Larry
Sensory Integration Dysfunction, a very common but frequently
misdiagnosed condition that can manifest itself in excessively high or
low activity levels, problems with motor coordination, oversensitivity
or undersensitivity to sensations and movements, and other symptoms.
General - Health
One of the more comprehensive, user-friendly websites devoted to health
Cure by Julia Ross
gist of The Diet Cure plan is that food allergies, hormonal
irregularities, blood sugar swings, and thyroid dysfunction, among
other factors, cause biochemical imbalances that lead to food addiction
and weight gain, and that these problems can usually be lessened or
eradicated with the proper diet and supplements.
General - Women
Intimate Geography, by Natalie Angier
clarity, insight, and sheer exuberance of language, Pulitzer
Prize-winner Natalie Angier lifts the veil of secrecy from that most
enigmatic of evolutionary masterpieces, the female body. Angier takes
readers on a mesmerizing tour of female anatomy and physiology that
explores everything from organs to orgasm, and delves into topics such
as exercise, menopause, and the mysterious properties of breast milk.