I’ve decided to share my knowledge base, which can be used for learning more about your mental health, personal growth, or to satisfy your own curiosity beyond that.
No book, course, or video can replace therapy. It can still help you through.
Please always consult your doctor or other qualified professional about your health.
Science Based Online Resources
- Andrew Huberman
Neuroscience Research & Education.
The Foundation for Post-Traumatic Healing and Complex Trauma Research.
DrugBank Online is a comprehensive, free-to-access, online database containing information on drugs and drug targets.
Free in-home workout videos.
Google Scholar is a freely accessible web search engine that indexes the full text or metadata of scholarly literature across an array of publishing formats and disciplines.
Head to Health
Informative general mental health support by the Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care.
Great app for guided meditations.
Kati Morton is a licensed therapist making mental health videos to help educate and empower people.
For over 60 years, Mind has worked to improve the lives of all people with experience of mental health problems across England and Wales.
National Alliance on Mental Illness, the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
Nisi okej? Povej naprej.
The first national campaign against the stigmatization of mental health in Slovenia.
A science-based, trusted learning environment for helping professionals.
Psychology Today is the world’s largest mental health and behavioral science destination online.
Great app for coping with PTSD, CPTSD, or other sources of increased stress.
This site was originally designed for A-level psychology students from the UK, but we now write articles that are accessible to a broad spectrum of psychology students from basic entry psychology programs up to degree-level study.
wikiHow is a worldwide collaboration of thousands of people focused on one goal: teaching anyone in the world how to do anything.
- Open Culture
- PDF Drive
- Project Gutenberg
A local library can also be a great choice, especially if you don’t know which book to pick.
Udemy provides many free and paid courses from different professionals, while Coursera and edX combine the lessons from different universities.
Coursera also provides you with financial aid in case you want a certificate, but can’t afford one.
- The Open University
You can gain different skills for life here.
You can seek help or provide one by becoming a listener. Beware that you don’t have much protection as a listener, which can lead to you being exposed to verbal harassment. You can read an interesting review from a fellow listener here. I was prepared for this, so it didn’t shock me but it did stop me from being more active as a listener. This is what you get for free.
If you’re willing to pay, you can talk to a licensed therapist there too.
If you prefer online therapy, this might be one of the best sites to seek professional help. I don’t have a personal experience with them but I would probably click here if wouldn’t have enough other sources.
To be updated…
Feel free to share which sources you prefer.
What would you recommend to others?