Online Resources and Clinical Forms
Below I've linked a few different online resources where you can get additional information regarding mental health topics. I have also provided some of my clinical practice forms and mental health screener questionnaires.
Dr. Tracey Marks
Dr. Marks is a psychiatrist who posts weekly mental health educational videos on her YouTube page. She covers information on general mental health topics, medication and potential side effects, alternative approaches to treating mental health issues, and up-to-date information on new research published regarding mental health treatment.
Kati Morton is a licensed marriage and family therapist who posts weekly mental health videos on her YouTube page. As she has been on the YouTube platform for nearly a decade, she has one of the most extensive video libraries on mental health topics within the YouTube space. Her videos provide information on various mental health diagnoses, treatment options for said diagnoses, tools and techniques to assist one in their mental health recovery, and other informative content.
HealthyPlace Mental Health
HealthyPlace.com is one of the largest consumer mental health websites. You'll find comprehensive mental health information PLUS an active mental health support network. On the HealthyPlace YouTube channel, they feature mental health videos from their bloggers (most who live with a mental health condition), their Medical Director, and other people who share what it's like living with a mental illness.
Psych2Go provides fun and interesting psychology facts, pop psychology, articles, quizzes, issues of their magazine, YouTube videos, etc. that take a unique approach that makes it more relatable. Their team hopes to raise awareness about mental health and create a safe space that allows for open communication to those who are struggling in life.
Anna Akana is an actress, comedian, writer, producer, singer, and mental health advocate. She regularly uploads videos of her mental health struggles on her YouTube page and does so in a way that is relatable to most people, as she uses her writing and comedic skills to help reduce the stigma towards mental health.