Overview

While I agree with most of the contents of the resources I suggest, I don't necessarily agree with everything in them.

Addiction

Online resources for patients

Online resources for professionals

Please note that these are guidelines and not rule books.

Suggested readings

Anxiety

Online resources for patients

Online resources for professionals

Suggested readings

ADD/ADHD

Online resources for patients

Suggested readings

Bipolar disorder

Online resources for patients

Online resources for professionals

Suggested readings

Borderline personality disorder

Crisis hotlines

Death and grief

Dementia

Online resources for patients

Online resources for professionals

Suggested reading

Depression

Online resources for patients

Online resources for professionals

Suggested reading

Dissociative disorders

Online resources for patients

Drug information

Epocrates has good online information about drugs and side effects without having to give any personal information. At the same location, you can also do a check for interactions between all drugs that you are taking, but this requires registration with your email address. I don't believe they send you junk email if you do this, but I'm not sure.

Eating disorders

Online resources for patients

Suggested resources

Exercise

Suggested resources

Health

About online medical information

Almost everyone uses the internet for medical information. Here are some general guidelines:

General health information

Mental health advocacy

OCD

Online resources for patients

Online resources for professionals

Suggested readings

Psychosis

Post-traumatic stress disorder

Online resources for patients

Suggested readings

Schizoaffective disorder

Schizophrenia

Online resources for patients

Online resources for professionals

Suggested readings

Sexuality

Suicide

Online resources for patients

Online resources for professionals