philosophy, religion, psychology, social theory,
science, and the arts.
This organization is a
research and educational network concerned with the
impact of mental health theory and practices upon
individuals and society. They have been around
for over 25 years informing professionals and the
general public about the potential dangers of drugs,
electroshock, psychosurgery, and the biological
theories of psychiatry.
There are more than
6,000 rare disorders that affect approximately 25
million Americans. This website can help
clinicians and clients diagnose illness that most
doctors know little about. The information here
is indispensable for treatment, insurance, and
disability purposes. NORD also provides
referrals to additional sources of assistance and
An Office of Rare
Diseases is within this government organization.
Founded by Rick Ross,
this website that lists various cults throughout the
world. Rick has been involved in interventions as well
as court cases involving cults and other destructive
This is an encyclopedia
of mental health information.
The Intuition Network
publishes programs related to the subject of
intuition. Transcripts from interviews with well
known figures from a variety of fields are available
such as, Fritjof Capra, Swami Chetanananda, Ram Dass,
Shakti Gawain, Jack Kornfield, Christina Grof,
Stanislav Grof, Stephen Levine, John Perry, Frances
Vaughan and many others. Also check out the Thinking
Allowed website for
the interviews on videocassette.
This is a very good
site on hypnosis and neurolinguistic programming.
Debunks some of the
latest mental health myths, including the
effectiveness of various psychotherapies and
Institute for Group & Family Therapy--Chapel Hill, North Carolina
This is an excellent
resource for therapy training. Approaches
include: Redecision Therapy, Family Systems Theory,
Body Centered Psychotherapy, Transactional Analysis,
and Gestalt Therapy.