When You Face Challenges, Finding the Right Information is Key. When you’re looking for good information, whether you are browsing the shelves in your local bookstore, searching the web or asking your neighbor for advice, the options can be overwhelming and confusing, and there is often no reliable way to know which path to follow.

Self-Help Reading

Our self-help book list is intentionally limited to a few titles in each category that we have found to be most useful to our patients, whether to pursue on their own or as a part of their care.

>View the Self Help Reading List

Web Sites

Our list of recommended web sites also comes from the doctors and therapists in our practice.

Anxiety Disorders
http://adaa.org

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
www.ocfoundation.org

Children & Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder
www.chadd.org
www.help4adhd.org
www.addresources.org
www.add.org

Asperger’s & Autism
http://aane.org
www.autism-society.org
www.autismspeaks.org

Bipolar Disorder
www.bpkids.org

Anorexia Nervosa & Associated Disorders
www.anad.org