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AllPsych Online
Dr. Christopher L. Heffner, Director, Licensed Psychologist
Virtual Psychology Classroom with over 2000 pages of information. Includes three complete texts (General, Personality, and Statistics), a detailed psychology timeline, biographies, a 400+ word psychology and mental health dictionary, information on 57 mental disorders, career and educational information, online research, psychology journal, an active student forum, mental health news, and psychology related tests, quizzes, and games. Member of International Society for Mental Health Online and HonCode.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Institute
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Institute, Inc.
The EMDR Institute offers two levels of trainings worldwide. These trainings include both didactic and practicum, allowing clinicians/therapists information and practice to use EMDR to treat a wide range of presenting complaints. Although this site is infrequently updated, it provides a thorough outline of the Institute.

School Mental Health Project
The UCLA Center for Mental Health in Schools is one of two national training and technical assistance centers focused on mental health in schools. The center approaches mental health and psychosocial concerns from the broad perspective of addressing barriers to learning and promoting healthy development. This site includes articles, programs, resources, and Web sites of interest concerning mental health in schools.

NLP Center of New York
NLP Center of New York
The Center invites you to explore the exciting world of NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) and Ericksonian Hypnosis, learn more about the center, discover how these tranformational models can make a difference in your life. You can register for courses directly on-line.

The Virtual Lecture Hall
Medical Directions, Inc.
The Virtual Lecture Hall (VLH) is a Web site devoted solely to the continuing education needs of health professionals. The VLH receives financial support from private investment, user fees, commercial companies and research grants. All accredited educational programs developed with outside support are identified and meet ACCME or comparable standards for independent content development. Users desiring CME credit can expect a charge of $25 per CME credit hour for most courses.

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