American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP)

Facts for Families: Very informative, evidence-based information for all childhood psychiatric diagnoses and potential issues. I recommend the AACAP "Facts for Families" as a wonderful resource for most topics.


American Psychiatric Association

Resources for families:


American Telmedicine Association (ATA)

Home page:


Anxiety and Depression Association of America

Understand Anxiety and Depression:

Mental Health Phone Applications:


More Random Resources/Tools/Products

Compression Clothing for Adults and Kids:

Worksheets and other tools:

PCIT (Parent Child Interactive Therapy) Resources:

Cost Effective Counseling Options:

Substance Abuse Treatment Information:

Substance Abuse Resources:

Resources to help you return to work:

Aromatherapy infused playdough and other sensory products:


Talking to your kids about the tough topics:

It's never easy to talk to your kids about certain topics. Sex, of course, tops that list for most parents. This is a good link from AACAP's "Facts for Families" to guide:

Here is another good article focusing on sexual abuse and how to discuss safety, reporting, psychological and physical health:

This link will help guide parents and families with appropriate discussions for different ages/developmental stages: