Here is a list of some completely free e-Mental Health Resources 2017.
We just love this wonderful progress in this scaling up of eMentalHealth resources. We see new initiatives almost every month, and it could be tricky to keep up and find the best alternative for your mental health condition, your life situation. etc. Thankfully we have the Internet, and there are so many other users and survivors who have been trying, testing and evaluating mental health resources. Today we have many databases we can search for help, support, information, solutions or just old-fashioned human empathy. Here at mensmovement.com – the mental health community college we believe that the global problem of men’s mental health, can and must, be solved together through innovation, participation, and cooperation. Even though eMentalHealth can be seen as a market with competitors, we would rather see all players as co-creators of a better future for all the survivors of mental health conditions.
List of free eMentalHealth resources.
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Black Dog Tribe (BDT) was the brainchild of comedian, actress and ‘poster girl for mental illness’ Ruby Wax, and internet entrepreneur Dr. Nina Storms. Early on, SANE came on board to lend their expertise and support to the project, before taking over the running of the community in December 2012 alongside SANE’s awareness-raising Black Dog Campaign.
This is the site you are reading this blog post on. We are an online Mental Health Community College for men. We produce courses and program in Mental Health. You will also find a library of articles relevant to men about eMentalHealth, masculinity, mental health, support and personal development. If you are a service provider, coach, psychotherapist or some other expert, you are most welcome to develop your own course directly on our platform. It is very simple to become an instructor, and you will keep 90 % of the fees from the courses your create. You will also keep all the legal rights to the content you create and upload. We will simply be the provider of the infrastructure, all things tech and all things admin. If you’re looking for a supportive community around men’s mental health, masculinity, parenting, brother you’re just as welcome. Welcome to register your free profile here.
The mission of Conquer Worry is to inspire, educate and advocate for those who struggle with Stress or their Mental Health. On this page, you will find many valuable links to mental health resources, foremost in the US. Here you will also find many blog posts about anxiety, stress , and worry. Conquer Worry also produces their own podcast series.
Here are a series of mindfulness meditations, both in English and in Spanish. The files can be downloaded, or find through iTunes.
Here are some useful online psychological screening tests.
Most are short, and all are immediately scored. Registered
HealthyPlace.com members can also save the scores to their profile to
help track progress over time.
These online psychological tests are for your entertainment
and possibly educational use only and do not replace in any way a formal
psychiatric evaluation. Remember for a diagnosis; you need to contact a
licensed mental health professional.
eMentalHealth.ca is a large Canadian database over mental health resources, help, and support in the Canadian community. This page helps you to find relevant mental health resources near you; that is if you live in Canada. On the page, you’re able to search information about mental health conditions, counseling and therapy resources, crisis, and emergency numbers, mental health professionals, there is a database over self-help, and support groups and also resources directed to specific groups and populations. You can also find screening tools and links to research and studies. This is a huge database for eMentalhealth and mental health resources in Canada.
Reachout.com is Australian Internet service for young people support, information and resources about mental health issues and enable them to develop resilience, build coping skills, and facilitate help-seeking behavior. On the page, you will find articles, histories, podcasts and online forum. There are sections such as parents, professional, teachers network and community forum. This page was launched in 1998, so it has been around a while, which is clearly visible in the structure and functionality of the site. We would like to see such initiatives in other countries clearly directed to help and guide young people struggling with mental health.
You have some suggestions about resources you would like to see on this list, please do comment on this article and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Thank you for your participation.