The California Board of Psychology (BOP) protects the safety and welfare of consumers of psychological services.

APA, American Psychological Association provides an extensive website with information for both the general public and professionals. Articles can be found on a variety of topics along with a few free brochures A toll-free number, 1-800-964 2000, connects to a referral service in your area to find a psychologist.

AHP Association for Humanistic Psychology gives listings of therapists by state, with descriptions provided by each therapist member. The site also includes information on the history and philosophy of humanistic psychology.

The California Psychological Association (CPA) is a 501(c)(6) non-profit professional association for licensed psychologists and others affiliated with the delivery of psychological services. In addition to the role of advocate for the profession of psychology, CPA's members regularly provide free public service through programs such as its Public Education Campaign and its well-respected disaster response service. Additionally, CPA works closely with the media to provide timely and accurate information on a variety of issues to increase the understanding of human behavior.

Helpguide provides expert, non-commercial information on more than 100 topics in mental health and lifelong wellness. Both mental health professionals and the public can easily find overviews here of most areas of concern, and links are provided for more in-depth information.

The American Psychiatric Association (APA), founded in 1844, is a medical specialty society representing nearly 36,000 psychiatrists in the U.S. and from around the globe. APA is the largest and longest-serving psychiatric medical association.

TraumaResources is a professionally reviewed, non-commercial website, with a wealth of information on the effects of stress on the brain and the whole person. There are sections for parents and those who work with children, for mental health professionals, and for those who suffer from the effects of extreme stress, also known as emotional trauma.

Active Minds is the only organization working to utilize the student voice to change the conversation about mental health on college campuses.  By developing and supporting chapters of a student-run mental health awareness, education, and advocacy group on campuses, the organization works to increase students’ awareness of mental health issues, provide information and resources regarding mental health and mental illness, encourage students to seek help as soon as it is needed, and serve as liaison between students and the mental health community.
Through campus-wide events and national programs, Active Minds aims to remove the stigma that surrounds mental health issues, and create a comfortable environment for an open conversation about mental health issues on campuses throughout North America.

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