Resources for Adults:

www.hazelden.org, go to "online store"
-self-help books for those with addictive disorders.

www.newharbinger.com, go to "top 20 books."
-self-help books for those with individual, marital, family problems.

www.wiley.com, go to "psychology"
-professional books on a wide variety of topics.

www.guilford.com
-another prominent publisher of professional books on topics in mental health.

Resources for Parents:

www.freespirit.com
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publisher of self help books for kids, teens. Good resource for church youth group leaders and guidance counselors

www.childswork.com
-publisher of play therapy materials. Many games and resources may be used by parents, guidance counselors.

www.magination.press.com
-publisher of children's books on mental health topics, to read to children and help them through a crisis. An imprint of APA Books.

Resources for Parents of ADHD children, teens:

www.guilford.com, go to "periodicals," go to "psychology," go to "ADHD Report"
-bi monthly newsletters on recent research on ADHD, published by foremost authority in the U.S., Richard Barkley, Ph.D.

www.chadd.com
-national organization for families of those with ADHD.

Resources for Parents in Divorce Conflicts:

www.aaml.org
-American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, premiere group of attorneys who specialize in divorce. Many concepts are explained for the layperson.

www.gabar.org go to "Sections," go to "Family Law"
-Georgia Bar Association.

www.Atlantabar.org go to "Sections," go to "Family Law." Also, go to: "Lawyer referral service"
-Atlanta Bar Association.

www.collaborativedivorce.com
explains the process of collaborative divorce, a form of resolution which avoids going to court.

Professional Psychology Organizations

www.apa.org (American Psychological Association)
Go to "P" for products, then "books" to get a listing of APA Books.

www.gapsychology.org (Georgia Psychological Association)
Go to "Psychologist Referral Service."