By Cassie Jewell, M.Ed., LPC, LSATP
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.
From the Anxiety and Depression Association of America
A blog with tons of resources
Resources for teens and young adults
An extensive searchable resource list from CADCA (for substance use disorder-related resources)
A list compiled by blogger Blake Flannery (last updated 2015)
From the Sidran Institute… tons of sites I’d never heard of!
From the National Empowerment Center
A list of online resources from PsycCentral
From the blog: Info Counselling – Evidence based therapy techniques. Compiled/last updated 2017.
A fairly comprehensive list similar to mine. Updated 2018.
Resources for child sexual abuse
A searchable resource database from Veto Violence (a CDC organization)
Resources for those who self-injure, their loved ones, students, and health professionals
From S.A.F.E. Alternatives – Resources related to self-harm
A resource list from Lifeline for Vets (National Veterans Foundation)