I won't settle for anything less than the DSM-IV. Sorry.
lots of info
informative for people interested in Psychology.
From the page: "Internet Mental Health"
When you forget who you are....
Yeah, I have all of them.
Excellent guide to mental health disorders. Has been around for quite some time, gives detailed and specific information on diagnoses, treatment options and ways to support the patient and family.
Mental health disorders. Good info.
Should have a folder of these resources to come back to. Mental Health loss is much wider spread than folks would like to acknowledge
For an explanation of any mental/emotional disorder you can think of, this is one great site to go to! It offers a comprehensive list with tons of great information on each disorder.
Mental Health Online
"online psychiatric diagnosis in the hope of reaching the two-thirds of individuals with mental illness who do not seek treatment." WTF! Like the people suffering from these are going to go online, take the tests, believe the results & be motivated to get help. Not only a cop out attitude but also potentially dangerous. Site needs a HUGE disclaimer.
somehow I think I have all the disorders. Not sure what that disorder is called. :P
This is one of my all time favorite mental health websites. Glad to see it was Stumbled. Although the site looks a bit archaic, the information provided is accurate and succinct. A good online reference for those who are interested in reading about mental health issues. However, I would also recommend referencing the DSM-IV for a more comprehensive look into the listed mental disorders (among others).
I haven't spent a lot of time on this site. Navigation of it is a little odd. It looks as though someone can find a lot of information on various disorders that that they might not have found by looking on sites that are more specific to certain disorders. It offers a lot of paths to information.
Great information on a large range of mental health issues.