This Week’s Links (weekly)
Google+ For Social Workers: 95 Excellent Pages tags: CA Best of 2013: GoodTherapy.org’s Top 10 Websites for PTSD/Trauma tags: CA Blog Carnival Against Child Abuse Nov/Dec 2013 Edition tags: CA MIT & MGH Collaborate on Vaccine to Prevent PTSD tags: CA Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.
Sharing – 40 Best Books About Depression That Will Inform, Inspire, and Help You Feel Less Alone
As you know, I always try and share recommendations for books, and other resources that might be of use, so here is another list of recommended books about depression from Parade. Some of them I am familiar with, and think they are pretty good, most I’m not familiar with at all, so if you are, be sure to leave a comment letting us know your opinions!
Shared Links (weekly) Jan, 31 2021
Unseen scars of childhood trauma
Two thirds of child sexual abuse survivors didn’t tell anyone about abuse at the time
Why we should never use childhood trauma to excuse male violence
– Can we also talk about how offensive these connections are to male survivors?
Is Stigma Derailing Your Mental Health Goals?
9 Books to Make 2021 a Happier, Healthier Year
Link – A First-Aid Class for Mental Health
“Here’s a thought experiment: You’re walking down the street with a friend when your companion falls and gashes her leg on the concrete. It’s bleeding; she’s in pain. It’s clear she’s going to need stitches. What do you do? This one isn’t exactly a head-scratcher. You’d probably attempt to offer some sort of first-aid assistance…
Link – Asian American Mental Health and the ‘Model Minority’ Myth
Depression does not care what your ethnic background or culture is. It does not discriminate. Based on data from www.MHAScreening.org, we know that Asian Americans are least likely to have a history of diagnosis even though 57% of those who completed a mental health screen scored moderately to severely depressed. Asian Americans are also three…
Link – Alyssa Milano Talks About Anxiety Disorder, Psychiatric Ward for Time
As I mentioned in another post recently, this is the question we should be asking when we see these stories of celebrities and mental health issues. What happens to the people who don’t have the resources to get the treatment that can help them. “We should not confront these challenges by placing more hurdles in…