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may need a safe, nurturing environment to freely
express your thoughts and emotions. In order to
regain control of your emotions, it is essential
to feel secure enough in your environment to express
your anger, grief, fear, self-blame, without feeling
Locator provides you with comprehensive information
about mental health services and resources and is
useful for professionals, consumers and their families,
and the public. You can access this information
in several ways by selecting a State of U.S. Territory
from the map or drop-down menu.
in-patient programs for trauma.
can also find a cognitive therapist here.
resources from the National Mental Health Association
can be used to help you find mental health treatment
services in your community.
the American Psychological Association is not able
to provide direct referrals, you can obtain a referral
to a psychologist in your area by calling 1-800-964-2000.
The operator will use your zip code to locate and
connect you with the referral service of the state
Dr. Kevin Grold-Find three therapists specializing
in your problem and interview them each to decide
which works best with you.
(Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy
has emerged as a procedure to be reckoned with in
psychology....Almost a million people have been treated
.... Also, further research appears to support the
remarkable claims made for EMDR therapy."
you are a student free counseling is probably available
through your University. Also try searching for
sliding scale therapists in the phone book for less
This number will put callers in touch with the federally-funded
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a service
that has been in operation since January, 2005.
It functions as a central switchboard to immediately
connect callers to virtually the same network of
certified, local crisis centers accessed by 1-800-SUICIDE.
So callers can receive counseling or emergency services,
if needed, close to home.
Suicide Hotlines 1-800-273-TALK, 1.800.SUICIDE (784.2433)
Domestic Violence 1.800.799.SAFE (7233)
The Gay & Lesbian Hotline 1.888.THE.GLNH (843.4564)
Self Injury 1.800.DON'T.CUT (366-8288)
feeling depressed or suicidal now and need to talk
to someone, we're here to listen.
on gay and lesbian suicide counseling.
support groups in the US.
mission Samaritans is available 24 hours a day to
provide confidential emotional support for people
who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair,
including those which may lead to suicide.
Support group directory for suicidal thoughts
Mind / Mental Illness
Information for the homeless
For free information
about homelessness and mental health - including publications,
references, and referrals to local and national resources
and organizations - call SAMHSA
1.800.789.2647; (TDD) 1.866.889.2647.
You can also
search the yellow pages for sliding scale therapy.