I have a knack for finding resources. To compile the lists for this blog, I spend countless hours searching the Internet.
My main resource list has grown tremendously since I started blogging. In my quest to compile the most comprehensive resource list ever, I came across a few lists that rival my own.
This post will link you to a variety of resource pages (in case you can’t find what you’re looking for on this site!) If a link isn’t working, try going to the site’s homepage or sitemap to look for the resource section.
An ACEs community for connecting with others who practice trauma-informed care. You can also access the latest news and research related to ACEs; this site also has a huge resource section with guides, surveys, webinars, and more.
A variety of free worksheets,
handouts, book chapters, articles, and more. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
(ACT) is a unique and creative model for both therapy and coaching; a type of
cognitive behavioural therapy based on the innovative use of mindfulness and
The Centre for Applied Research in
Mental Health and Addiction (CARMHA) is an internationally recognized research
centre based at the Faculty of Health Sciences, Simon Fraser University,
Vancouver. CARMHA conducts innovative and interdisciplinary scientific research
related to mental health and substance use, primarily in the areas of clinical
or other intervention practice, health systems and population health and
epidemiology. Access free downloadable workbooks for stress in the workplace,
depression, coping with chronic pain, and other topics.
This website provides CBT self-help
and therapy resources, including a large collection of worksheets and
information sheets and self-help mp3s; a useful tools for therapists or
individuals seeking to manage a mental health condition.
A nonprofit organization that
discovers and reviews mental health apps, which are rated as unacceptable,
questionable, or acceptable. You can also search target conditions and
treatments. Use this site to make recommendations to your clients.
A division of the American
Psychological Association, this site provides an up-to-date list of
evidence-based treatments, and includes links to free assessments, manuals,
handouts, etc. for many of the treatments
Kim Peterson, LPC-S, specializes in
child and teen issues, parenthood, play therapy and relationships. She provides
links to online worksheets or PDF versions that she has collected over time as
a therapist. Topics include abuse, depression, anxiety, self-harm, and more.