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Agression, Violence & Abuse   ::   Mental Health   ::   Alcohol & Drug   ::   Living Together   ::   Resources

Helpful Resources

Agression, Violence & Abuse

  1. National Domestic Violence Hotline or call at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) (TDD: 1-800-787-3224).
  2. The American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
  3. Therapist Locator
  4. Bancroft, L., & Silverman, J.G. (2002). The batterer as parent: Addressing the impact of domestic violence on family dynamics . New York: Sage.
  5. Berry, D.B. (2000). The domestic violence sourcebook (3rd. ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill.
  6. De Becker, G. (1998). The gift of fear: Survival signals that protect us from violence . New York: Dell Publishing Company.
  7. Dugan, M.K., & Hock, R.R. (2000). It's my life now: Starting over after an abusive relationship or domestic violence . New York: Routledge.
  8. Weiss, E., & Magill, M. (2000). Surviving domestic violence: Voices of women who broke free (2nd ed.). Sandy, UT: Agreka Books.

Mental Health Issues

  1. National Institute of Mental Health
  2. National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)
  3. Anxiety Disorders Association of America
  4. Freedom from Fear
  5. Obsessive Compulsive (OC) Foundation
  6. American Psychiatric Association
  7. American Psychological Association
  8. Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy
  9. National Mental Health Association
  10. National Center for PTSD
  11. Depression Fallout (A resource for people whose loved ones are depressed)
  12. The American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
  13. Therapist Locator
  14. Davidson, J., & Dreher, H. (2003). The anxiety book: Developing strength in the face of fear . New York: Riverhead Books.
  15. Sheffield, A. (2003). Depression fallout: The impact of depression on couples and what you can do to preserve the bond . New York: Quill.
  16. Waite, L.J., & Gallagher, M. (2000). The case for marriage: Why married people are happier, healthier, and better off financially . New York: Broadway Books.

Alcohol & Drug Abuse

  1. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and SAMHSA's National Clearinghouse for Alcohol & Drug Information
  2. Substance Abuse Information
  3. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services. (1976). Alcoholics Anonymous (3rd ed.). New York: Author.
  4. Johnson, V.E. (1990). I'll quit tomorrow: A practical guide to alcoholism treatment . San Francisco: Harper.
  5. Johnson, V.E. (1990). Everything you need to know about chemical dependence: Vernon Johnson's complete guide for families . Minneapolis, MN: Johnson Institute.
  6. Kinney, K. & Leaton, G. (1995). Loosening the grip (5th ed.). St. Louis, MO: Mosby Year Book.
  7. Narcotics Anonymous World Services. (1988). Narcotics Anonymous (5th ed.). New York: Author.

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