Helpful Resources

Local, regional and national online help

There are so many sources for self-help and reliable information.  Here are just some of what is available.  Please scroll to the bottom of the page to see the full list.  These very useful sites are not associated with my practice, nor are they meant to be a substitute for actual mental health care.

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Apps

  • CALM - relax, meditate, fall asleep

  • Moodpath - track well-being, journal, learn how to manage mood and thoughts, share with mental health provider

  • MoodMission - "evidence-based app designed to empower you to overcome feelings of depression and anxiety by discovering new and better ways of coping"

  • YOUPER - emotional health assistant

  • SOBERTIME - track progress with individual and community features (link in iPhone or Android store)

  • LetGOH - based on 12 step recovery concepts to support recovery (link in Android or iPhone store)

  • Innerhour Self-help & Therapy - ascertain and address where you need to improve (link in Android or iPhone store)

*Listed apps are free ​ *based on reviews from various online sources such as

buckeyrecovery.com, aPlaceforMom.com, and verywellmind.com

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