Monday, March 05, 2007

Mental Health Resources

I remember years ago when I first got to college, I was very stressed. College was just overwhelming. They had a college 101 course for new freshmen that included a class on stress reduction run by the college therapists. I am so grateful for that course. It was a life saver. We had relaxation classes that were almost like hypnosis. That was the best part of the class. Luckily the college was a resource and they had a resource on campus for us students to access when we needed.

Now today, where do you turn if you are in need of a little support? You might just want to check out Find They are a great internet resource for assisting you in getting the help you need. They invented the therapist finder concept, and have now rebuilt and relaunched with a new high-tech search engine. All you need to do is put in your zip code, key words and hit the search button. You will be presented with a list of resources in your area.

Finding a therapist is a very personal thing so you can even specify language, specialty and gender. It is about comfort level. Since 1996 the Find Network has become a trusted resource for those in need of mental health services. They are committed to privacy and providing the best qualified network of professionals. Psychology News and Research Briefs are even available that provide some of the latest information on news related to mental health issues and illnesses.

You can chase a butterfly all over the field and never catch it. But if you sit quietly in the grass it will come and sit on your shoulder.

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