Evidence-Based Self-Help

For many people, evidence-based self-help is an effective alternative to therapy.  Self-help can be used in many ways and there is an entire internet of self-help resources available on the world wide web.


Self-help can be used to reduce impairment associated with behavioral health problems by effectively treating a specific diagnosis, supporting an individual's ability to more successfully navigate the world or helping with furthering one's self actualization. 


Self-help can provide important education on things like our brain and it's functions as well as human behavioral and overall behavioral health.  Knowledge is power and for many finding finding the right answer or gaining new understanding of their behavioral health can negate the need for therapy. 

Below you will find some of our favorite self-help tools and resources. 

Virtual Therapy Rooms

When you enter our virtual therapy rooms, you will find many objects to explore.  Clicking on the objects in the room will bring you to tools, videos, games and resources we hope you will find helpful.

View of Meditation Garden
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Mindful Playroom
Senior Game Room
Art Room
Mindfulness Room
Teen Mindfulness Room
Sensory Room
 Resource Library
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....more to come
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Self-help may not be the best place to start if you have been experiencing symptoms that have made it difficult for you to complete your daily activities, occupational or educational requirements, maintain your social relationships and personal safety. 


This can include.....

  • Persistently depressed mood

  • Loss of interest in pleasurable activities

  • Excessive and difficult to control fear and worry

  • Sleep disruption

  • Anxiousness or Panic

  • Persistent suicidal ideation

If you are not sure if Self-Help is right for you our intake specialist can help you determine where to start. 


If you are experiencing severe mental health symptoms you are experiencing a mental health emergency please contact 911 or go to your local emergency room.