A quick set of tools from Psych Central, an independent mental health information and news website. Psych Central is overseen by mental health professionals who create and oversee all the content published on the site. The site was created in 1995. Wikipedia
“Psych Central.com is the leading mental health and psychology network today, reaching more than seven million users each month. Approximately ten percent of its audience is comprised of mental health professionals, including psychologists.
It is the Internet’s largest consumer mental health network featuring original peer-reviewed editorial content, news, research briefs, clinical trials, interactive quizzes, the popular World of Psychology blog, hundreds of additional blogs, and over 250 support groups. Each month more than 7 million people visit Psych Central to learn about a mental health condition, join a support group, contribute to a blog, or take a free, scientific quiz. Founded in 1995, Psych Central is published by John M. Grohol, Psy.D., a pioneer and expert in online mental health, whose leadership has helped to break down the barriers of stigma often associated with mental health concerns. Psych Central was named as one of the Internet’s 50 Best Websites in 2008 by TIME.com.
Psych Central is not a substitution for professional diagnosis or treatment. Psych Central is a registered trademark. All other trademarks are owned by their respective owners.” https://www.prweb.com/recentnews/