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Self-Help On-Line Resources

With the advent of the Internet on-line support groups have broken open wide and there is an extensive number of groups growing everyday.



Excellent starting points for locating on-line self help groups include

- Delphi's Forums (http://www.delphi.com)



- Psychweb's listing of Psychology Self-Help Resources on the Internet

(http://www.psywww.com/resource/selfhelp.htm)



- Psych Central's Psychology & Support Groups Newsgroup Pointer

(http://www.grohol.com/news.htm)



- Psych Central's Support Groups & Professional Mailing List Index http://www.grohol.com/mail.htm



- Sympatico's HealthyWay (http://healthyway.sympatico.ca

This mega-site for health features links and resources for various health topics, including a wide range of web-based on-line discussions for self-helpers.



If you can not find what you are looking for from these above resources, there are several excellent resources on the internet for searching and locating interest-based discussion groups.



The sites for searching for e-mail based lists (A.K.A. listservs, listprocs, majordomos) include:



- Catalist (http://www.lsoft.com/lists/listref.html)

- Lists of Lists (http://catalog.com/vivian/interest-group-search.html)

- ListsNet (http://www.listsnet.com)

- Liszt (http://www.liszt.com)

- New-List Archives (http://listserv.nodak.edu/scripts/wa.exe?S1=new-list)

- Publicly Accessible Mailing Lists (http://www.NeoSoft.com:80/internet/paml)

- Tile.Net List of Interest Discussion Groups (http://www.tile.net/tile/listserv/index.html)



The site for searching for News Groups and their postings is:

- Deja News (http://www.dejanews.com)