Books that I recommend:

  • Feeling Good by David Burns
  • The Seven Principales for Making Marriage Work by Gothman and et al.
  • Love is Never Enough by Beck
  • Attached by Levine & Heller
  • Mindsight by Daniel Siegel
  • Mind Over Mood by Greenberger and Padesky-It is a self-help book, although I would suggest working with a therapist directly for a better outcome.

 

 

Helpful Websites: 

Where you can find information about specific challenges, also a great way to educate yourself about your own challenges.

 

  • http://www.apa.org/topics/index.aspx
  • http://www.tonyattwood.com.au/about-aspergers/what-is-aspergers - This website provides a good description of Asperger Syndrome and useful information on the aspects of diagnosis and characteristics of the Asperger's syndrome. 
  • https://academyofct.site-ym.com/
  • http://www.abct.org/Home/
  • https://teens.drugabuse.gov/drug-facts This is a great website to educate yourself for all the information you would like to know about addictive drugs and its' effects on your mind and body.
  • https://chadd.org/ 
    • CHADD stands for Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Chadd is a national non-profit organization whose mission is to help children, families, and adults affected by ADHD. This website is full of resources for people, including adults, parents, children who are affected by ADHD. It's a great way for you to educate yourselves about your own or your child's challenges so that you can participate in your own or your child's treatments/solution in consulting with your physicians or psychotherapist.

 

Long term In-patient/Out-patient Tretment Ctr:

Sometimes parents or guardians are left with the decision for a long-term in-patient treatment plans for their children, below are some locations that I refer my clients to.

 

 

Free Apps: 

 

Below are some free apps that are pretty userfriendly: 

> Unwinding Anxiety- created by Dr. Brewer 

>Unwind: Guided meditation

>Calm: Guided meditation

>Headspace: Guided meditation 

>Mood Tools: Has built-in a type of thought record as well as a PHQ-9

>Fear Tools: Thought record, plus some exposure and relaxation tools, as well as GAD-7

> Panic Shield: Beefed up exposure tool

> Daylio: Mood and activity tracker with some basic statistical analysis tools built-in, the can get a notification to enter data up to two times per day with the free version.

> Google Calendar: For scheduling activities (exercise, preventive coping, social stuff), appointments, and medication compliance.

 

***Full disclosure: I don't have direct experience with these apps, but these are recommended by my colleagues, clients, and people who have found it to be helpful. Additionally, it's important to know that every individual is unique/different, just because someone found it helpful for them, does not mean that it will work for you, so try out different methods/means and find out your own unique style.

 

 

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