Stuff We Like

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Here are some of the books we are reading, APPs we are using, websites we are visiting. These lists will never be complete and will be forever changing.

Why not let us know all of your recommendations too and we can share them with our readers.

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Websites

  • ACT Mindfully - Russ Harris

    Russ offers workshops for Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) as well as the latest research and a huge range of resources.

  • Beyond Blue

    Excellent fact sheets, dvds, and resources relating to most high prevalence mental health issues.

  • Clinical Research Unit for Anxiety Disorders

    Fantastic treatment manuals for all anxiety disorder including Generalised Anxiety Disorder and Social Phobia.

  • Dyslexia SA

    A great source of information about dyslexia from parents, community and healthcare professionals.

  • Humans of New York

    Inspirational stories, immaculately captured by Humans of New York - about real humans - mainly in New York, but also around the world

  • Neuro Orthopaedic Institute Group

    For some exciting and useful information and resources relating to chronic pain, including the book Explain Pain.

  • Psychology & Science

    psysci.co examines the latest research as well as discussion of topical stories, concerning the areas of psychology and science that contribute to our understanding of health and well-being.

  • Smiling Mind

    Audio soundtracks for all your mindfulness needs, ranging in length from 1 minute to 45 minutes.

  • The Black Dog Institute

    Resources relating to mood disorder including depression and bipolar affective disorder.

  • The Centre for Clinical Interventions

    Extensive resources including self-help programs for a variety of issues including Self-Esteem, Panic and Social Anxiety.

Social Media

Artsy Stuff

Books

Magazines

  • Discover Magazine - Science for the Curious

    We love the Mind-Brain section of this online magazine but it covers so much more!

  • Flow Magazine

    Ah, Flow Magazine is sheer bliss. It has a huge focus on mindfulness but it's images and messages set you up for nothing but calm groundedness.

  • In Mind Magazine

    An online quarterly psychology magazine for the Inquisitive Mind.

  • Mindfood

    We love our Mindfood subscription because it keeps us up to date and motivated with the global things we can be doing to keep our minds and bodies healthy.

  • Time Magazine - Mental Health

    Time Magazine's Mental Health section.