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Coping Strategies: Resources and References

During a session, clients sometimes ask for references and resources to learn more about coping strategies.  When they do, I provide them with references to a website or organization which may have resources specific to their interests or goals.  These are the resources and references I most often use.

https://nami.org
National Alliance on Mental Health.
NAMI’s site has a blog, news articles and videos on many mental health issues.  They have a help line.  Also, there is a search engine for local chapters which have further resources that include classes, services and group meetings in the area.  Most of these services, classes and meeting are available in person and online.  Many of NAMI’s on-line resources are also available in Spanish, too.  

https://www.mindful.org
Mindful is an excellent site for all things related to mindfulness.  They have articles, tips, mindful meditations and podcasts available on the site.  There are sections devoted to a variety of issues such as attention, exercise and sleep and how mindfulness can help.  You can find Mindful on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok and YouTube as well.

https://brenebrown.com
Brene Brown is a research professor in mental health.  She has studied courage, vulnerability, shame and empathy.  Her informative-and entertaining-site has articles, resources, research information, a blog, videos and podcasts.  She is on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.  

https://estherperel.com
Esther Perel is a respected psychotherapist and best-selling author.  Her work explores the tension between the need for security as well as the freedom in ourselves, our relationships and in our work.  She has articles and podcasts available on those themes, as well as on other topics, such as communication and Covid-19.  She is on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.