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Made In His Image is a Catholic ministry founded and operated by Maura Prezler. They minister to women who are suffering from eating disorders, depression, self-harm, and abuse.
Mental Health America (MHA) is one of the largest mental health organizations in the United States. They offer awareness, education, support groups, and helplines.
Uniquely Catholic is a ministry providing resources for individuals and parishes about inclusivity for people with physical, intellectual, and developmental disabilities in the Body of Christ.
Catholic In Recovery is a non-profit organization that serves Catholics experiencing addiction and other unhealthy attachments. Check out their website for more information on meetings, resources, and integrating your Catholic spirituality with your recovery.
Carrie Bucalo is an Army wife, mother, artist, and former Carmelite. On Healed by Truth, she shares her story of healing from religious abuse through the love of Christ.
The Mental Health And Autism Insurance Project advocates for families and treatment centers seeking coverage from their insurance providers for mental health-related treatment.
"This ministry exists to bring good psychology into the Church. Theology and philosophy alone cannot provide a full account of the human person. As a Church, a better understanding of mental health and what it means to be human will serve to help us love better, as we serve to be 'merciful like the Father' (Luke 6:36)" (Taken from their website)
Drug Watch provides information regarding medication and other medical treatments, their safety, and their side effects. Click below to access their comprehensive guide to anxiety disorders, treatment, and risk factors.
If you are looking for a therapist who shares your Catholic faith and background, then this website can help you find one.
Financial Assistance For Single Mothers is a website dedicated to helping single mothers access grants and government assistance programs. Their service is provided free of cost.
Tuck Sleep is dedicated to improving sleep hygiene. wellness, and mental health through production and circulation of web-based resources.
"Evolving Faith exists to cultivate love and hope in the wilderness, pointing fellow wanderers and misfits to God as we embody resurrection for the sake of the world. We envision a community where the thirsty become water-bearers, the hungry become bread-makers, the wounded are our healers, the misfits become friends, and the wanderers find a home."
Is it all in my head? When it comes to mental health concerns, many people face this question. Licensed therapist Kati Morton helps us answer it.
Why does it sometimes seem that God doesn't want to heal us? What do my wounds mean about God's love for me? In this video, Fr. Mike Schmitz helps us encounter God in our messy, wounded minds and lives.
Are you nervous about seeking help for your mental health? Do you have a loved one who won't accept help? This video breaks down some of the most common things that hold us back from seeking the help we need.
MedCircle provides educational videos on mental health and medicine from qualified experts. In this video, find out why suicidal ideation is a your brain lying to you.
What's the difference between "normal" anxiety that everyone experiences and an anxiety disorder? What even is an anxiety disorder and how are they treated? If you have questions, this video is a great place to start.
Catholic psychiatrist Dr. Aaron Kheriaty provides answers to questions about depression: What does a diagnosis mean? How do I know if it's a spiritual issue? Can I integrate my Catholic spirituality with my mental healthcare?
Psychologist Kevin Vost breaks down coping with loneliness for Catholics. From receiving the sacraments to insights from psychology, this books has combines Catholic spirituality and science to provide relevant insights into maintaining mental wellbeing for practicing Catholics.
Author and secular Carmelite Susan Brinkmann analyses whether the Buddhist roots of mindfulness can be compatible with Catholicism. Her thorough research provides both answers and an insightful way forward for faithful Catholics.
Licensed counsellor Julia Marie Hogan addresses the topic of self-care from a Catholic perspective. Is self-care selfish? Is it in-line with the Catholic pursuit of virtue and selflessness? How can self-care help you in your spiritual life? Julia Marie Hogan provides the answers from a Catholic point of view.
Dawn Eden shares spiritual and psychological insight from her personal experiences healing from the wounds of sexual abuse and the hope she found in the saints, the liturgy, and more.
Sr. Miriam shares her personal journey of healing from abuse, addiction, and sexual assault, and in doing so she charts a path toward hope for anyone who has ever felt unworthy and unloved.
This series includes 33 Days to Morning Glory, 33 Days to Merciful Love, 33 Days to Greater Glory, and many more!
Are u ok? by licensed therapist Kati Morton is your one-stop guide to mental healthcare. How do I know when I need professional help? What type of professional should I see? Kati Morton is here to demystify the process of seeking help for your mental health.
A treatise on universal human experiences of vulnerability, shame, and courage, Daring Greatly helps us embrace vulnerability in order to overcome shame, find courage, and live boldly.
What is a "highly sensitive person"? Is it a weakness or a strength? How do we deal with sensitivity in our everyday lives? Dr. Elaine Aron is here to explain and provide the research to back it up.
An experienced psychiatrist and victim of Auschwitz, Viktor Frankl shares his professional and personal insight into the human ability to cope, to overcome, and to find meaning in suffering.
This personal memoir of schizoaffective disorder, treatment, and recovery is a powerful account of accepting a diagnosis and overcoming circumstances.
Is pornography addiction a real thing? How does viewing pornography affect your brain? How does it affect the world? Matt Fradd did the research so you don't have to. Find out the truth behind the neurological implications of pornography.
A PASTORAL LETTER FROM THE BISHOPS OF CALIFORNIA ON CARING FOR THOSE WHO SUFFER FROM MENTAL ILLNESS ADDRESSED TO ALL CATHOLICS AND PEOPLE OF GOODWILL (2018)
ADDRESS OF JOHN PAUL II TO THE PARTICIPANTS IN THE 18th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE PROMOTED BY THE PONTIFICAL COUNCIL FOR HEALTH PASTORAL CARE ON THE THEME OF "DEPRESSION" (2003)
APOSTOLIC LETTER OF THE SUPREME PONTIFF JOHN PAUL II TO THE BISHOPS, TO THE PRIESTS, TO THE RELIGIOUS FAMILIES AND TO THE FAITHFUL OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH ON THE CHRISTIAN MEANING OF HUMAN SUFFERING (1984)
TOWARD A JUST RESPONSE TO THE NEEDS OF PEOPLE WITH MENTAL ILLNESS. A STATEMENT OF THE CATHOLIC BISHOPS OF NEW YORK STATE.
These sisters serve mental health in a variety of ways, including a residential psychiatric facility for girls, a home for boys, and a residential community for people with intellectual disabilities.
This community of Carmelite sisters serves the elderly through residential care and services.
The Franciscan Sisters of the Eucharist serve mental health by leading retreats and acting as licensed counsellors.
The Servidoras serve in a variety of apostolates, including serving physically and mentally disabled children and adults.
In 38 countries around the world, L'Arche communities serve individuals with debilitating mental, intellectual, and developmental conditions, including some who live with serious mental illness.
This community of religious sisters serve in a variety of apostolates including mental health counseling.
The Sisters of St. Joseph in Baden, Pennsylvania serve a variety of social needs, including education, housing, and therapy assistance. They also offer retreats and education on trauma and mental health-related issues.
Pray More Novenas is a Catholic ministry that fosters prayer and provides annual healing retreats with payment on a donation-only basis.
Saint Luke Institute provides a variety of mental health treatments for Catholic clergy and religious.
"Loving God Incarnate And Our Neighbor's Body As Our Own"
Shielding Innocence offers faith-based training for parents on how to protect their children from sexual abuse. They are founded and run by two licensed mental health professionals with expertise in treating victims of abuse.
The Place We Find Ourselves is a Christian podcast about story, trauma, and therapy. Hosted by Adam Young, this podcast addresses everything from spiritual abuse to sexuality to narcissism and takes a honest approach to our human wounds.