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Alternative Mental Health Medicine Topic Center
MentalHelp.net
This topic center focuses on Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) options, including a general overview to the practitioners and options, such as acupuncture; biofeedback training; chiropractic; exercise; energy healing; herbal remedies; homeopathic treatment; hypnosis; imagery or relaxation techniques; massage therapy; nutritional/dietary advice; spiritual healing or prayer; traditional medicine (for example, Chinese or Indian medicine); meditation, vitamin therapy, and yoga.  It then goes indepth on CAM options for specific mental health disorders, including Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). In addition, the topic center also includes links to valuable resources, related blog entries, questions and answers, and the opportunity to share experiences through an online support community.

Mind Publications
Vijai Sharma, Ph.D.
MindPub.Com is a self-help website run by Vijai Sharma, Ph.D. Here you will find *many* quality articles concerning personal, family and relationship problems such as anger, anxiety, depression, jealousy, marriage troubles and parenting issues, and chronic illness and pain. Dr. Sharma also maintains a wholistic psychology practice in Cleveland, TN.

A Guide to Classical Homeopathy
Karen Cohen
Karen Cohen offers a description of homeopathy for those of us who have little familiarity with it. She describes the theory and practice of homeopathy and suggests further reading. This is a good place to start if you are curious about this practice.

Spiritual Teachings
Greg Curtiss
This site provides an explanation of spirituality. It reviews the key points of great mystical traditions such as Indian Yoga, Tibetan Yoga, and the Western Mystery Traditions along with the understandings of modern psychology and science. Infrequently updated.