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Michael D. Eisner College of Education

Educational Psychology & Counseling

Resources

  1. EPC Departmental Resources
  2. CSUN Resources
  3. Professional Associations
  4. Theories - Institutes
  5. Counseling
  6. Mental Health Links
  7. Prevention
  8. Family and Child Counseling
  9. Multicultural Counseling
  10. Career Counseling
  11. Journals
  12. Licensing, Certification, and Accreditation
  13. National Clearinghouses and Government Resources
  14. Counseling Discussions Groups
  1. EPC Departmental Resources

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  2. CSUN Campus Resources

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  3. Professional Associations

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  4. Theories - Institutes

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  5. Other Counseling Resources

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  6. Mental Health Links

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  7. Prevention Resources

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  8. Family and Child Counseling Resources

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  9. Multicultural Counseling Resources

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  10. Career Counseling Resources

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  11. Journals

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  12. Licensing, Certification, and Accreditation

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  13. National Clearinghouses & Government Resources

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  14. Counseling Discussion Groups

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    CESNET-L (Counselor Education and Supervision Network)


    Counselor educators, supervisors and students discuss research, theory and practice related to a wide variety of professional counseling and supervision issues. To sign on: Send the message subscribe.

    MFTC-L Family Therapy Listserv

    CONTACT POINT DISCUSSION GROUPS

    In this area you can ask questions or post messages that other career and employment counselors, career information specialists and career development practitioners can see and respond to. It works like a conferencing system or a roundtable discussion, allowing any number of people to be involved in an on-going conversation.  Please follow link and visit our site.

    ACCA-L (American College Counseling Association)

    The emphasis of this list is on counseling issues with college students and the developmental and psychological issues they face while in college. College counselors and others who deal with this age group are the primary subscribers. To sign on: Send the message subscribe ACCA-L.

    ICN: (International Counselor Network)

    This network is for counselors working in all specialty areas. Topics range widely, including such issues as self-esteem, multicultural issues, program development, career planning, play theory, professional issues and more. To Sign On: Send the message subscribe ICN.

    C-PSYCH: (Cross Cultural Psychology)

    This is a forum for all individuals interested in cross-cultural psychology and its intertwining disciplines. To subscribe send a message SUBSCRIBE C-PSYCH (your first name your last name).

    PSYCGRAD: (Psychology Graduate Student Project)

    This list informally discusses issues of relevance to graduate students within the field of psychology and also publishes a more formal journal including student papers. To Sign On: Send the message sub psycgrad.

    EAP: (Employee Assistance Counselors Net Discussion List)

    EAP is a list which discusses any aspect of employee assistance counseling and psychological interventions in the workplace. To sign on: Send the message subscribe eap.

    CARDEVNET: (Career Development Network Discussion List)

    CARDEVNET is a list for the discussion of issues relating to career development. To sign on: Send the message subscribe.

    PSYCH-COUNS:

    This is a discussion group for people who are interested in theoretical or research issues in counseling and psychotherapy. Students and researchers are both welcome. To sign on: Send the message subscribe PSYCH-COUNS.

    TRANSCULTURAL-PSYCHOLOGY

    This list discusses the different views of mental disorders that exist among cultures. To sign on: Send the message subscribe transcultural-psychology.

    ECOPSYCHOLOGY:

    This networking and discussion list is for sharing discussion on a wide range of topics related to this newly emergent multidisiplinary field where psychology and ecology are used to examine the psychological and spiritual roots of the environmental crisis. This is an opportunity to meet with peers for personal and professional development through our inherent shared affinity with nature. To subscribe send the message subscribe ecopsychology your first name your last name.

    SUBSTANCE RELATED DISORDERS DISCUSSION LIST:

    Substance abuse and related disorders. To Sign On: Send the message subscribe substance-related-disorders.

    MAIL-MEN

    This list discusses the problems and experiences encountered as a result of being male. To sign on: Send the message subscribe mail-men.

    FEMISA

    This list is where those who work on or think about feminism, gender, women and international relations, world politics and more can communicate. To sign on: Send the message subscribe femisa.

    CAVEAT-L: CITIZENS AGAINST VIOLENCE EVERYWHERE ADVOCATION ITS TERMINATION:

    This list discusses issues surrounding interpersonal violence and attempts to coordinate across-Canada and worldwide action against violence. To sign on: Send the message subscribe caveat-l.

    PSYCHOLOGY OF THE INTERNET: RESEARCH AND THEORY

    This list discusses research and theory on the psychology of the Internet including virtual support groups, on-line psychotherapy, internet addiction disorder and how to conduct psychological research via the Internet. To subscribe send a one-line e-mail stating, subscribe research and your name (leave the subject blank).

    SURVIVAL

    This list discusses topics related to domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault and crisis/trauma intervention. The goal of the list is to provide a safe information and support network for victims of abuse and individuals who work in the field of abuse. To subscribe send the message: subscribe survival.

    GROUPSTUFF

    at Indiana University This is a list for group workers; to subscribe leave subject line blank, type subscribe GROUPSTUFF internet_address in the message section, then send. Note: you must use your internet address rather than your given name in subscribing to this list. If you have difficulty, contact Rex Stockton.

    GROUP-PSYCHOTHERAPY

    This is a list for group-therapists, about processes and stages, models for group therapy, leadership and coleadership, special populations, techniques; to subscribe leave subject line blank, type subscribe GROUP-PSYCHOTHERAPY first_name last_name in the message section, then send. If you have difficulty, contact Haim Weinberg.

    NetPsy: Internet Psychology

    This is a list for discussion of psychological services on the Internet; to subscribe leave the subject line blank, type subscribe NETPSY first_name last_name in the message section, then send. PsychNews: mental health newsletter at listserv@vm1.nodak.edu...a list for mental health students and professionals; to subscribe leave the subject line bland, type subscribe PNI first_name last_name in the message section, then send.

    FAMILY THERAPY NETWORKER

    on line mailing list Family Therapy Networker magazine has a free on-line mailing list where you can discuss matters related to family therapy with practitioners and Networker staff. In the subject line enter: subscribe In the body enter: subscribe ftnetwork@intr.net.

    DR. GROHOLS RESOURCE PAGE

    For a complete list of listservs and usenet groups and resources, primarily for consumers.