Links to related web-sites
This page contains links to web sites and pages
having to do with Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, related approaches, stress
management and general mental health. The information is divided into the
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The following sites are based primarily on
Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy. They contain additional information
on REBT, and in some cases, REBT resources like books and CD/tapes you can
Albert Ellis Institute (previously the Institute for Rational-Emotive
Therapy), New York. High quality articles to view and download, on-line
purchasing of professional and self-help literature and other REBT resources.
Albert Ellis Foundation
- site presenting information about Albert Ellis and REBT, 'Ask Dr Ellis'
section, and a developing range of articles for both public and professionals
for Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy - site for the British Centre
based in London. Increasing number of articles of interest to both the
public and professionals, along with an online bookshop.
of Multimodal & Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy - a new Journal
in 1999, developed by Professor Stephen Palmer from the British Centre
in collaboration with, among others, the New Zealand Centre. A site
to watch as it develops with increasing numbers of articles.
Rational-Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy - information on this
SMART Recovery - an approach
to overcoming addictions based on REBT
Neiders REBT site - a personal site with interesting articles reflecting
Dr. Neiders' perspective on REBT.
Therapy - an REBT book by Michael R. Edelstein. Michael
also has an REBT practice in San Francisco
- a New Zealand site by Tony Burns featuring a rational focus on dealing
with performance anxiety.
John Turton - a New
Zealand REBT site offering online counselling.
Ross - an REBT-based approach to personal development.
Alternatives Consulting - articles by G. Barry Morris.
ABC Coaching and Counselling Services
- Jim Byrne's UK-based REBT website. Useful resources, including a helpful
page on REBT research.
PreventionHelp.com - a
site about dealing with deviant sexual behaviour from a REBT viewpoint.
REBT-CBT.net - Micah Perkins'
site: contains a wealth of useful articles on REBT & general CBT - well
worth a look.
Self-Esteem is a Joke.com
- Site specialising in showing the pitfalls of the self-esteem myth
vs. the benefits of self-acceptance. Contains a free e-course and other
Robert Heller's website - contains
a number of articles with, in particular, an emphasis on the application
of CBT to sport and performance coaching. His videos are worth a look
too, as is the page of interesting self-help products.
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There are a number of therapeutic approaches
that come under the heading of 'Cognitive-Behavioural', of which REBT is
the original one. The following sites will provide information on approaches
related to REBT.
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Centre for Stress Management
- closely linked to the UK Centre for Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy.
Articles and other resources reflecting a REBT approach to stress management.
Relevant to both professionals and the public.
Tools - Top-rate site offering information on stress management
and personal effectiveness.
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These links will put you in touch with organisations
offering information on a range of mental health problems and issues, both
aimed at professionals and the public. Some, but not all, resources are
Internet Mental Health -
highly useful site - one of the best on the internet - listing
the most common mental disorders including: description, diagnosis,
treatment, and research findings.
- this site, at 'Internet Mental Health', is probably the most comprehensive
medication resource on the internet.
- site contains expert consensus guidelines on a number of mental disorders,
and some guidelines for patients and families.
Institute for Mental Health - this very useful US site contains
a large amount of material for both professionals and the public.
Mental Health InfoSource
- huge list of articles on mental health problems and issues.
Health Net. Many resources. Useful if you are researching a specific
mental health topic and want information.
Tools. Top-rate site offering information on stress management and
Web Psychological Club
- interesting site with a variety of resources relevant to psychotherapists.
- New Zealand psychiatric nursing site (Richard Lakeman is a nursing
tutor at the Eastern Institute of Technology with a special interest
New Zealand Psychological Society
- new site in 1998 with useful material on psychology in New Zealand.
- this site contains resources (articles, conferences, etc. of interest
to mental health professionals. There is an online newsletter to which
you can subscribe.
Zealand Association of Counsellors - information on the organisation,
online extracts from their newsletter, and a counsellor's discussion
Online - features a number of discussion groups, including one relating
DSM-IV - useful
site listing most of the DSM-IV classifications.
College of Psychiatrists - UK site with many useful resources. Especially
check out their 'Help is at Hand' series of brochures on mental health
problems which can be copied and given to clients.
Freudian Slip - innovative
site promoting the use of music in therapy - articles and songs available
to read and listen to.
Peter Dobler's anger management
site - many articles on anger and links to other related sites.
MedDirect NZ -
Buyer's guide for New Zealand medical industry. , also information about
Medical Conferences, Scientific Meetings, DHB Procurement Policies and
Health Industry Resources.
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