Professional associations and membership organizations for mental health practitioners. Sub-categories exist for associations related to consumers, and specific afflictions.
Non profit organization composed of psychiatrists and physicians who seek to provide resources to help children and adolescents with mental disorders.
A multi-disciplinary group committed to the art and science of psychotherapy.
Professionally developed resources for practitioners and consumers of marriage and family therapy. Site also offers a search engine for finding a qualified therapist in your area.
AATH. Therapeutic humor resources and articles. Develops and supports research into the use of humor in therapy.
Establishing standards for providers nationwide. Provides research, self-help articles, CDs, videos and client books.
National organization for mental health and substance abuse administrators, consumers, and family leaders.
The ACA promotes the counseling profession through work in advocacy, research and professional standards. The site has general information and on-line skill expansion courses.
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) is a leading not-for-profit organization exclusively dedicated to preventing suicide.
Enhances the profession of mental health counseling through advocacy, education and professional development.
U.S. and international members with the goal of ensuring humane care and effective treatment for all persons with mental disorder, including mental retardation and substance-related disorders.
Promotes research and represents the professional interests of psychologists in the United States. Includes information on publications and conferences, and a find-a-psychologist referral feature.
Membership information, newsletter, e-zine, and continuing education information.
Public and members areas including mental health related articles and official documents.
The first organization of professionals interested in the psychological impact of pregnancy, birth, and the perinatal period on personality. Research and clinical practice of psychotherapy and empirical investigation of the fetus, pregnancy, parents, and obstetical considerations.
A professional and user-friendly association of psychological therapists who work online. Includes organization details, FAQs, training, code of ethics, membership, and seeking a therapist.
AFT members work to improve the standards of professional family therapy and systems practice by promoting family system ideas in practice, training, management and research.
An international professional organization of mental health professionals whose common bond is adherence to the principles and standards of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
APP members are practicing psychologists who are licensed in Maryland and who reside or practice in Montgomery and/or Prince George's Counties. Find a psychologist, continuing education, a history and how to join the APP.
Addresses the professional needs and concerns of Veterans Affairs psychologists.
A non-profit organization dedicated to promoting effective techniques of biochemical treatment for mental and behavioral disorders. Includes articles, upcoming events, information for patients and find a practitioner. Australia based.
Committed to alleviating the suffering caused by mental illness by awarding grants that will lead to advances and breakthroughs in scientific research.
Find details about BACP, find a therapist, regulations, news, and member information.
An organization of practitioners who have had at least four years of relevant training and who comply with professional standards of competence and ethics in hypnotherapy.
A professional organization of MFTs. Find details about the CAMFT, conferences and workshops, and joining instructions. Also provides a private, online resource for finding a California therapist.
A national organization of psychiatrists dedicated to promoting mental health in the Canadian elderly population through clinical, educational and research activities of its members.
Facilitating Psychotherapy research. Promote, inform, educate and help network of Psychotherapy by answering the needs of the practitioners and well-being market across Canada. Includes membership requirements, news, and the services offered.
The Center is staffed by professionally trained teams who are able to provide quality care, diversifed programming, and a full range of community-based services.
A community based organization giving support to family and friends of people with a mental illness or disorder. Find out who this service is for and how to become a member or a volunteer. Australia based.
Cherry Tree Nursery and Plant Centre offers sheltered work rehabilitation for people with mental illness. It is a safe place to work, allowing people to regain strength, develop friendships, share problems and build self-esteem.
Mental Health Grace Alliance is a non-profit organization that provides recovery programs, support groups, training, and collaborative partnerships to impact mental health care.
Coast promotes recovery of persons with mental illness.
Gives the purpose and function of the commission, acts and reports, news, relevant legislation, the 1997 law, and conferences.
Provide services that contribute to the mental health and emotional well-being of individuals and families in the Sacramento community. Lists news, the locations, and offers a newsletter.
A non-profit organization in which horses are used in the treatment of mental health.
Established to promote knowledge and research, develop theory, and ensure agreed standards of practice.
Official documents. The purposes and tasks. News and events.
EMDRIA promotes research and education.
The Florida Psychological Association is the professional association of doctoral level licensed psychologists in the state of Florida. This site has information for member psychological about events, membership and information for the public about psychological issues.
Training program for mental health professionals, and referral service in NYC area
An international charity organization for the advancement of neurological and mental health patient welfare, education, and research.
Caring for the health and mental needs of survivors of mass violence and torture, through a combined practice of clinical experience and medical research.
IHR is a Massachusetts service, research, policy, and program development agency that cares for individuals affected by alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use, mental health problems, and violence/trauma. Find project details, and the services and products offered.
Explains the role of the organization.
Association of therapists dedicated to improving therapy practices. Contains latest research on "what works" in therapy translated into principles for clinical practice.
Has information about membership, training, study groups and conferences.
The ICCD promotes and protects the rights, opportunities and future of psychiatrically disabled men and women who are members of clubhouses all over the world.
International Neuropsychiatric Association Official Website. The information resource on Neuropsychiatry
Explains the aims of the organization.
Professional association for psychoanalysts worldwide. Online newsletter, forthcoming events, member services.
Education, advocacy, and information organization for professionals and consumers.
Society to educate health professionals and the public in the benefits and practice of orthomolecular medicine through publications, conferences and seminars. Contains research, newsletters, journal, membership and conference information.
Provides a forum for academics, clinicians, consultants and others interested in working in and with organizations utilizing psychoanalytic concepts and insights.
A scientific organization which facilitates international communication.
A community-based non-profit dedicated to helping Americans achieve wellness by living mentally healthier lives.
An Australian, non-governmental agency offering services for mental health consumers in the Canberra region.
Training, workshops, clinical services, and research in interactional/systemic studies, psychotherapy, and family therapy.
The National Association for Mental Health in the United Kingdom campaigns on behalf of those with mental illness. Includes mission statement, policies, and contact information.
Non-profit organization dedicated to improving quality through education, public policy advocacy and member services.
NARSAD is a national, not-for-profit organization whose primary objective is to raise funds to find the causes, cures, treatments, and prevention of severe brain disorders.
The NACBT provides certification in cognitive-behavioral therapy, along with seminars and workshops.
Professional certification for counselors and addiction therapists.
Symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of various mental illnesses. Included are brochures and information sheets, reports, press releases, fact sheets, and other educational materials.
Promotes a program which provides training in the psychodamatic method, lists workshop locations and dates, offers bios of trainers, and a guide to training.
The organization's mission is to provide distinction and value to health service psychologists, to provide distinction and value and to guide psychology students and ECPs toward credentialing.
Seattle-based, non-profit, interdisciplinary organization that includes psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, counselors and nurses. Dedicated to making psychoanalytic knowledge available and useful to interested professionals.
Founded in 1997, Prairie St. John’s is a fully-licensed, 91-bed facility offering services for children, adolescents and adults to address mental health issues, chemical dependency or addiction and co-occurring disorders.
Association whose purpose is scientific research in the fields of psychiatry, psychopharmacology and social psychiatry.
A public service of the International Psychogeriatric Association. Meeting schedule and news releases.
River Park Hospital is a behavioral health care facility that provides services to individuals of all ages with psychiatric and emotional problems.
Offers comprehensive psychiatric treatment and rehabilitation services in a peaceful setting. Mission is to provide an effective therapeutic program for adults with mental illness so that they can learn to manage their symptoms, achieve their highest level of independence and go on to lead rewarding lives.
SPS is a nonprofit professional organization for licensed psychologists. Find details about the organization, find a care provider in AZ, and contact information. Scottsdale, Arizona.
Organization dedicated to coordinating nationwide mental health screening programs and to ensure cooperation, professionalism, and accountability in mental illness screenings. Contains support information for setting up screenings for specific disorders.
Dedicated to the enhancement of the understanding of human emotion. Supports research on affect theory and script theory. Articles, publications, audio and videos tapes, membership information, and study groups.
Professional association supports research in medical psychiatry with humanitarian, emotional, psychological, and socio-cultural orientation.
A multidisciplinary network of professionals committed to the advancement of intervention for survivors of trauma. Members in every state of the United States and over 40 foreign countries.
A non-profit agency providing support and services to those suffering from mental illness.
For the collective interests of State Mental Health Authorities and their directors at the national level. NASMHPD analyzes trends in the delivery and financing of mental health services and builds and disseminates knowledge and experience reflecting the integration of public mental health programming in evolving healthcare environments.
Resolving childhood abuse and associated disorders.
A charity that raises funds for mental illness and brain disease research at a centre for psychiatric and psychological medicine. Contains information for the public written by leading experts.
A non-profit organization founded to promote learning, healing, and creativity through the use of the sandtray.
Provides information about therapists, counsellors, and other practitioners who apply the theories of Humanistic Psychology to their work.
A community of psychotherapy professionals.
Forum of information and training for service providers offering assistance to relatives.
Seeks to improve mental health services, reduce the stigma associated with mental and emotional disorders, protect human rights of the mentally ill, promote mental health, and identify mental health issues.
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