RESOURCES & EDUCATION LINKS
 

Articles by David B. Wexler, Ph.D.

“Shame-o-phobia”: Why Men Fear Therapy
www.psychotherapynetworker.org/magazine/currentissue/824-shame-o-phobia

Repairing Broken Mirrors: Working With Adolescents Through Their Parents
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The Path of Intimacy
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Do You Have a Relationship Contract?
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Domestic Violence Resources

The STOP Program REFERENCES:
This document contains a comprehensive list of domestic violence-related references.
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"Domestic Violence: How To Get Help When You're Scared Of The Consequences": Loaded with detailed guidance to help domestic violence victims navigate what is undoubtedly a minefield when trying to get help without triggering more victimization.
www.homesecuritylist.com/domestic-violence

San Diego Family Justice Center  www.familyjusticecenter.org
Nationally-recognized center for coordination of domestic violence services

San Diego Domestic Violence Council  www.sandiegodvcouncil.org
One of the leading organizations in the country devoted to the coordinated community response for domestic violence issues.

Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse  www.mincava.umn.edu/vaw.asp
Comprehensive warehouse of articles and background information on domestic violence.

References on Male Victims of Domestic Violence  www.csulb.edu/~mfiebert/assault.htm
Excellent collection of resources and research identifying patterns of men who are assaulted by their intimate partners, prepared by Dr. Martin S. Fiebert, CSU Long Beach.

National Domestic Violence Hotline  www.thehotline.org

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence  www.ncadv.org

Financial Help for Women in Abusive Relationships  
An excellent website to help women (and men too) make some practical decisions to find a way out of an abusive relationship.
http://www.moneygeek.com/financial-planning/resources/financial-help-women-abusive-relationships/
 

Male Depression Resources

University of Michigan Depression Center  www.med.umich.edu/depression
Comprehensive resources for understanding and treating depression.

Real Men, Real Depression  menanddepression.nimh.nih.gov
Outstanding materials for men and the people who love them dealing with depression.

Men's Depression  www.maledepression.com/index.php
Excellent resources for understanding and treating male depression.
 

Healthy Relationships Resources

Brief Therapy  www.brieftherapy.com
Author, therapist, and teacher Bill O'Hanlon offers a wide range of tools for brief therapy interventions for individuals and couples.
 

Self-Help Clinical Resources

New Harbinger Publications  www.newharbinger.com
Outstanding publisher of self-help books.

ADHD Resources  www.russellbarkley.org
Information about child and adult ADHD from the world's leading expert.

Anxieties  www.anxieties.com
Outstanding source of information for treatment of anxieties and phobias.

Whole Person Associates  www.wholeperson.com/store/
Training resources for professionals who empower people to create and maintain healthy lifestyles by addressing stress management, wellness promotion and mental health issues.
 

Sexual Abuse

Public Health  www.publichealth.org/resources/sexual-abuse/
For excellent resources on sexual abuse education and resources.

Preventing Sexual Assault on Campus
http://www.bestcolleges.com/resources/preventing-sexual-assault/

Sexual Assault Prevention Guide
http://tobecomeateacher.org/sexual-assault-prevention-guide/
 

Mental Health Professional CE Resources

Zur Institute  www.drzur.com/homeonline.html
Full range of online courses to meet mental health provider continuing education requirements

Online Continuing Education Courses  www.ContinuingEdCourses.net
This site provides APA-Approved continuing education courses for psychologists and other mental health professionals entirely on the Internet. Courses include Law & Ethics, ADHD, Eating Disorders, Psychopharmacology, and more.