The mission of Art Against Depression and Anxiety (Art-A-DAY), a non-profit, non-government organization from
Belgrade, Yugoslavia is to provide spiritual, educational, and marketing support to art creation of people who suffer from
developmental and adjustment-related problems, such as major and/or moderate depression, anxiety and panic disorders
and other forms of mood disorders.
Bi-Polar Disorders Portal (Pendulum.org)
Recommended by Aussie Kevin from the depressioNet messageboard, this is an excellent (American) site
that focusses on Bi-Polar disorder (manic depression) with information, books, research & more...
The Depression Centre
A good Canadian site on depression with an online support group, information on medications and treatments.
This site has also a very good online depression and anxiety test.... the best I have seen.
A gem of a site! This is for when you need a pick up and something positive in your world.
Depression Resource Center
This appears to be part of the 'About.com' site, and is a very comprehensive and well laid out commercial American site. Lots of information and very easy to use.
Dr Ivan's Depression Central
Here is a links page to sites devoted to depression, return to the contents page for other conditions.
USA site mainly focusing on Congitive Behaviour Techniques. Questions and answers galore on this webpage by David D. Burns, M.D. Also many brief tutorals on CBT and other techniques for depression, anger, anxiety, phobias and those everyday coping skills etc. I found the navigation of this site a bit of a nightmare but it has some good information.
Grant's Home Page for Information on Depression
A personal page about one person's stuggle with depression. Plenty of resources for people seeking help or further information. Also offers books and poetry, etc, and a highly inspirational story for everone.
This is the schizophrenia fellowship of New Zealand offering both support and education for sufferers and their family and friends. Also offers lots of other good links to related sites.
Manic-Depressive Depressive Association of Detroit
Not a typo - the word depressive appears twice. The MDDA page is very local Detroit focussed, and not worth the wait. however when you open it, up pops another page that has links to some not-so-common depression and mental health websites.
Click Here to go straight to this links page.
McMan's Depression and Bipolar Web
John McMannamy's own personal website. This site contains articles that he has written himself and links to other sites, relevant news, a newsletter and a list of relevant books.
A site of links and only links.
Suite101 - "Dealing with Depression"
Can be quite slow to load each page, however is worth the wait! John McManamy is an American journalist and writer who has first hand experience with "battling the beast"!
His site is directed to fellow depression sufferers and the public in general, and is written in easy, comfortable language.
Hours of enjoyable, relevant reading, good information and links.
Stress, Anxiety, Depression
The Stress, Anxiety, Depression Confidential Helpline is an English website with loads of information. Easy navigation and I recommend visiting this site.
Bulletin Board and Chat Rooms for almost any condition you can think of.... Listed under the letter 'D' is a Depression Chat Room and Depression Bulletin Board.
Thought Field Therapy
TFT is an alternate treatment for weight loss, anxiety, stress, insomnia and many other general health issues that are related to depression. Dr Roger Callaghan's website for TFT.
Wing of Madness
An excellent site put together by a depression sufferer in America. Lots of Ads, but lots of good info as well, and stories, thoughts etc by depression sufferers.
Richard O'Connor, Ph.D website based around his book of the same title, he has suffered from depression and has some very interesting and helpful information on his site.
The Little Prince - Surviving Life with Reactive Attachment Disorder
I do not claim to be an expert on RAD, nor do I intend for this site to replace the advice of the professionals that you may be working with. I'm just a mother that has come to realize the importance of obtaining proper treatment for children with RAD. I want to reach out and let other RAD parents know that there really is hope for these children... and for their families.