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Insider's Guide to Mental Health Resources Online : The Clinician's Toolbox - John M. Grohol

Insider's Guide to Mental Health Resources Online

The Clinician's Toolbox

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From online mental health pioneer John M. Grohol, the revised edition of this acclaimed guide helps busy professionals take full advantage of Internet and World Wide Web resources in psychology, psychiatry, and related areas such as self help and patient education. The book describes the full range of available search tools, newsgroups, listservs, and databases-including MEDLINE and PsychINFO-and reviews and rates hundreds of specific mental health sites. Users learn how and where to go online to find treatment information; use Web based assessment tools; locate reliable advocacy and support groups; obtain articles and books; pursue distance learning opportunities; get listed in online directories; find job postings; conduct grant searches; and much more.
New in the Revised Edition
*Updated and expanded with over 50 new resources
*Important new sections on online security and spam
*The latest tips on searching (and which results are biased by advertising)
*Many revised reviews, ratings, and updated addresses

"The words 'invaluable resource' and 'must read' are bandied about quite a bit in book reviews. But this time we mean it!... For anyone interested in roaming the vast plains of mental health information on the Internet, you could not ask for a better compass. - Professional Counselor; [This] book is the best and most up-to-date overview of online resources for mental health professionals. It not only tells you where to find the good stuff, but also includes a lovely set of quick-and dirty tutorials on essential Net-surfing skills. - Tom Ferguson, MD, Senior Research Fellow for Online Health, The Pew Internet and American Life Project"

Basic Map and Tools for Finding Mental Health Information Online
Why and How to Look Onlinep. 3
What's Available Online for You?p. 4
What's Not Available Online (Yet)p. 5
About This Bookp. 6
The Major Resources in the Online Worldp. 8
About E-Mailp. 8
Spamp. 9
About Newsgroupsp. 10
About the World Wide Webp. 11
About Search Enginesp. 14
The Host of Other Internet Resourcesp. 15
Formulating Questions That Get Resultsp. 15
Search Tools and Tipsp. 16
Putting The Tools to Use: Defining a Successful Search Strategyp. 22
What If You Get No Results?p. 23
Security Onlinep. 25
Knowing Where to Look Onlinep. 31
The First Choice for Detailed Questions: Search Enginesp. 34
The Most Popular, Useful, and Widely Used Search Enginesp. 36
Assembled by Human Hands: Subject/Search Guides and Directoriesp. 43
Doing the Legwork for You: Meta-Search Enginesp. 47
How to Find and Search Discussion Forums: Mailing Lists and Usenet Newsgroupsp. 51
Searching within Newsgroupsp. 52
Searching for Archives of Mailing Lists on the Webp. 53
Searching for a Mailing Listp. 53
Searching for a Professional Mailing List or Newsgroupp. 54
Getting Answers to Your Professional Questions
Finding Disorders, Subspecialties, Clinical, and Treatment Information Onlinep. 59
Are Diagnostic Codes, Criteria, and Information Online for the DSM-IV, ICD-9-CM, and ICD-10?p. 60
How Can I Find Up-to-Date Treatment Information Online?p. 62
Finding Clinical Information Directly on the Webp. 63
Using Guides to Find Additional Clinical Information Onlinep. 67
Finding Treatment Information through a Search Enginep. 70
Keeping Up-to-Date with Online News Servicesp. 71
Where Can I Find Clinical Information Online in Subspecialty Areas?p. 75
Adler, Freud, Jung, and Psychoanalysis Onlinep. 76
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Onlinep. 77
Assessment and Testingp. 80
Clinicians' Directoriesp. 81
Forensic Psychiatry and the Law Onlinep. 83
Managed Care Onlinep. 83
Medications and Psychopharmacology References Onlinep. 84
Neurophysiology, Neuropsychology, Neuroscience, and Biofeedback Onlinep. 86
Personality Onlinep. 88
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Trauma Resources Onlinep. 89
Psychology and Religion Onlinep. 90
School Psychology and Teaching Resources Onlinep. 90
Social Work and Social Psychology Resources Onlinep. 91
Statistical Help Onlinep. 92
Locating Employment Opportunities through the Webp. 93
How Do I Find Job Opportunities in Mental Health Online?p. 94
Searching the Employment Guidesp. 94
Reading the Classified Ads Online: Employment and Career Databasesp. 95
Online Education and Continuing Education Resourcesp. 101
How Do I Locate a Particular University's Psychology Department or Graduate Program Online?p. 103
How Do I Find Calendars Online That List Professional Events, Conferences, and Courses?p. 105
Are There Approved Online Continuing Education Courses That I Can Take?p. 108
Where Do I Look to Find Regular University Programs and Courses Offered Online?p. 112
Searching Guides to Online Educationp. 112
Visiting Select University Web Sitesp. 114
Networking with Other Professionals Onlinep. 117
Where Can I Participate in Online Case Conferences?p. 118
Types of Online Case Conferencesp. 119
Where Do I Find Topic-oriented Discussions with Other Professionals Online?p. 121
Mailing List Discussionsp. 121
Newsgroup Discussionsp. 164
Can I Find a Colleague's Real-World or E-mail Address through My Computer?p. 165
How Do I Find Colleagues around the World Who Are Doing Similar Types of Research?p. 168
Browsing through Journals' Web Sitesp. 169
Searching through Online Databases and Search Enginesp. 169
Researching Online: References and Databasesp. 173
How Do I Locate the Research and Clinical Abstract Databases--Such as ERIC, MEDLINE, and PsycINFO?p. 175
ERICp. 175
MEDLINEp. 176
PsycINFOp. 179
I'm Doing Research on a Specific Topic--How Do I Find Information Online about It?p. 180
Grant Searches Onlinep. 184
Professional Associations, Issues, and Ethics Onlinep. 189
What Are Some Important Ethical Concerns for Professionals Online?p. 190
Confidentiality Onlinep. 190
Informed Consentp. 191
Therapy over the Internetp. 191
Are the Ethical Principles for Various Mental Health Professions Available Online?p. 191
Where Are the Professional Associations Online?p. 194
How Can I Find the Address or Phone Number of My State Professional Association?p. 210
How Do I Get Involved in Combating the Social Stigmatization of Mental Disorders?p. 211
Book Publishers, Bookstores, and Journals Onlinep. 215
Where Can I Go to Find Book Publishers and Information about the Books They Publish?p. 216
Where Do I Go to Buy a Book Online?p. 220
About Print and Electronic Journalsp. 222
Where Can I Go to Find Both Print Journals and Online Journals (E-Journals) in My Field?p. 223
Guides to Journals and Professional Articlesp. 224
Online Journals and Publicationsp. 226
How Do I Submit an Article to an Online Journal?p. 230
When NOT to Publish Onlinep. 230
What Is Appropriate for Online Publishing?p. 231
What Are the Submission Guidelines for Online Publishing?p. 231
Caveats to Readers of Work Published Onlinep. 232
Finding and Downloading Software Onlinep. 233
Types of Software Available Onlinep. 234
Sharewarep. 234
Cripplewarep. 234
Freewarep. 235
Demonstration Programsp. 235
I'm Looking for a Piece of Psychology-related Software. Can I Find It Online?p. 235
Mental Health-related Software: Psychological Assessment, Clinical Practice, Statistical, and Billing Softwarep. 237
General Software Directoriesp. 242
Can I Use the Internet to Chat with My Colleagues Online?p. 244
Online Therapy (E-Therapy) and Behaviorp. 249
I'm Thinking of Doing Some Kind of Therapy Online. Where Do I Find More Information about the Economics, Legalities, and Ethics of This Modality?p. 251
E-Therapy Clinicsp. 253
Is "Internet Addiction Disorder" Real? Where Can I Find Additional Information on This and Other Psychological Discussions about Online Behavior?p. 255
Internet Addiction Web Sitesp. 256
Mailing List Discussions of Online Behaviorp. 257
Patient Education Resources
General Consumer-oriented Resources on the Webp. 263
An Overview of Patient Education Resourcesp. 264
Online Consumer Discussion and Support Groupsp. 273
Community Mental Health Web Sitesp. 274
Mailing Listsp. 276
Newsgroupsp. 277
Appendices
Glossary of Termsp. 285
Further Readingp. 293
How to Get Onlinep. 295
Creating Your Own Web Resourcep. 301
Index of Web Sitesp. 305
General Indexp. 315
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ISBN: 9781572309883
ISBN-10: 1572309881
Series: The Clinician's Toolbox
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 326
Published: 1st January 2004
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 10.2  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.64
Edition Number: 5
Edition Type: New edition