Mental Health Resources
I have assembled a list of resources that many clients find useful. This page contains an alphabetical list of the resources. Please use this navigation menu to narrow your selection.
365 Unplugged Family Fun Activities: A year’s worth of ideas for TV free, video free and computer game free entertainment by Steven Bennett and Ruth Bennett, 2005
An organization for children and adults with ADD/ADHD.
Dr. Edward M. Hallowell
Edward M. Hallowell is a child and adult psychiatrist who specialises in ADD/ ADHD and who also has ADD. This website provides links to Dr. Hallowell's blog, newsletter, articles, etc.
Dr. Russell A. Barkley
Russell A. Barkley, Ph.D., is an internationally recognized authority on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD or ADD) in children and adults. This website has many free articles, interviews, book chapters, and fact sheets
Information on EMDR therapy
EMDR International Association
Membership organization of mental health professionals dedicated to the highest standards of excellence in EMDR therapy
Healing a Child’s Grieving Heart: 100 practical ideas for families by Alan D Wolfelt, 2001
Fire In My Heart, Ice In My Veins: A journal for teenagers experiencing a loss by Enid Samuel Traisman, 1992
Tear Soup by Pat Schwiebert and Chuck Deklyen, 2005
When Dinosaurs Die: A guide to understanding death by Marc Brown and Laurene Krasny Brown
Aarvy Aardvark Finds Hope: A read aloud story for people of all ages about loving and losing, friendship and hope by Donna R O’Toole
The Grieving Teen: A guide for teenagers and their friends by Helen Fitzgerald, 2000
The Grieving Child: A parent’s guide by Helen Fitzgerald, 2003
35 Ways to Help a Grieving Child by Dougy Center Staff
The Fall of Freddie the Leaf: A story of life for all ages by Leo F Buscaglia
The Saddest Time by Norma Simon
Lifetimes by Bryan Mellonie
Remember the Secret by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
Everett Anderson’s Goodbye by Lucille Clifton
Learning Disabilities Association of St Louis
St. Louis Learning Disabilities Association helps children “struggling in the classroom” to become children “thriving in the classroom” and in life.