Wednesday, February 8, 2012

5 good Sites- 5 Bad- 2nd week

The Good:
1. http://www.mentalhealth.asn.au/
Their PDF “fact sheets” are
not trying to sell any particular cures and include alternative methods of
treatment. Funded by the government.
2. http://www.mentalhealth.org.au/
MHAQ provides quality early intervention mental health services and
programs that support the community to make mental health connections, develop
mental health literacy and participate in employment as a foundation for
recovery

3. http://www.kidsmatter.edu.au/
KidsMatter
aims to strengthen the mental health and wellbeing of children, reduce mental
health problems amongst children, and achieve greater support for children
experiencing mental health difficulties, and their families.
Funded by Australian Psychological Society, Principals Australia
and, with funding from, the Australian Government Department of Health and
Ageing and beyondblue.

4. http://www.beyondblue.org.au/
States: “The
information presented on this website is general and not a substitute for
professional advice.” Advocates exercise and other alternative treatments. No
Pharmacudical ads or pop-ups.

5. http://www.actbelongcommit.org.au/
Supported by the government and Curtin University, and
Funders(non-profit au gov. program). I like their ABC’s = Act(Be physically,
socially and mentally active!) Belong (Keep up friendships, join in club and
community events.) Commit(Support a good cause and help others.)

The Bad:
1. http://www.behavioral.net/
Supported by the Vendome Group: Vendome Group produces high-quality publications and
premiere events for professionals in the healthcare, real estate, and
construction industries. From our award-winning magazines to our renowned
conferences, our mission is to improve the productivity and efficiency of our
customers and provide them with the tools they need to profitably bring their
services and products to market.
2.
http://healthtopicnetwork.com/index.php?search=yes&trk=r.depression+treating&ss=depression+treating&vkey=

Depression treatment links directly to pharmaceutical
ads.

3. http://cedarhillshealth.com/?Bk=depressione&adid=928476101&j=jkkiol
Same as above. Links directly to pharmacudical
ads.

4. http://www.anxietyzap.com/
Claims to have the help that doctors won’t
tell you about. No real info on site. Just supposed testimonials on their products
effectiveness. There is a money back guarantee though.

5. depressionanxiety.org
No help here. Just more
links to pharmacudical ads.

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