Here are some websites that have helpful resources.

Title Description Topics
ABCT Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.  Provides resources on cognitive behavioral therapies.
ADAA Anxiety Disorders Association of America.  Provides helpful information regarding anxiety.
Beck Institute Provides information on cognitive behavioral strategies for weight loss.
CADRE Consortium for appropriate dispute resolution in special education cadre.   The national center on dispute resolution, encourages the use of mediation and other collaborative strategies to resolve disagreements about special education and early intervention programs.
CHADD Children and adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.  Provides information and support regarding ADHD.
Character Lab Character Lab is a non-profit bridging the science of character development with the daily work of teaching so all kids can fulfill their potential.
Child Mind Institute The Child Mind Institute provides helpful information for parents and professionals regarding child mental health.
Dr. Robert Brooks Dr. Robert Brooks provides articles on resilience, motivation and family relationships.
ExpertOnLineTraining ExpertOnLineTraining.com is a global leader in online education for youth development professionals. Children/Adolescents
IDEA - U.S. Department of Education IDEA regulations website sponsored by the US Department of Education.
International OCD Foundation The Obsessive Compulsive Foundation is an international not-for-profit organization composed of people with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and related disorders.
Intervention Central Excellent website with free tools for schools and parents on academic and behavioral interventions.
IPEN – International Positive Education Network The aim of the International Positive Education Network (IPEN) is to bring together teachers, parents, academics, students, schools, colleges, universities, charities, companies and governments to promote positive education. Children/Adolescents
LD Online Learning disability website.
Lives in the Balance Lives In the Balance is a nonprofit organization founded by child psychologist Dr. Ross Greene, originator of Collaborative Problem Solving.
Mindset Kit - Resources for growth and learning mindsets A free resource for educators and parents who want to foster learning mindsets such as growth mindset. Follow lessons and practices from experts and members of our ...
Oregon Reading First Center Provides information regarding reading instruction and assessment.
PBIS Provides information on developing positive behavioral supports for children.
Raising Academic Achievement | PERTS A Stanford University center that applies research and technology to advance educational equity.
Schwab Learning Parents' guide to helping kids with learning differences
Student Advocacy Provides advocacy for children regarding educational rights.
The Albert Ellis Institute The Albert Ellis Institute website.  Provides information to clients and professionals on CBT therapy.
The Child Study Center - NYU Langone Medical Center NYU Child Study Center website.  Lots of good information for parents and professionals on child related matters.
The Mindset Scholars Network The Mindset Scholars Network conducts original interdisciplinary research, builds capacity for high quality mindset scholarship, and disseminates the latest...
Wrightslaw Special education law and advocacy tips for parents.

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