On this page you will find a variety of mental health resources ranging from therapist finders to Recovery Tools to blogs written by people with lived mental illness, neurodivergence, and addiction issues.
This website has a list of resources for organizations around the world. It includes resources for addiction, ADHD, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Eating Disorders, PTSD/Trauma, Sexuality/Gender, & general mental health.
by @mykola on Twitter, a database of blogs and articles about all kinds of things related to Neurodivergence. When you get to the website, you can filter by “I’m neurodivergent” “I’m questioning” and “I want to be an ally” and is a great resource.
This packet contains a framework for how you can keep yourself well. From the daily to-do’s to the crisis situation when someone might need to take over for you:
This worksheet can help support you in creating a plan for yourself to notice symptoms and develop good coping skills plans to help.
NeurodivergentEmabler created this resource full of suggestions regarding executive functioning at work and ways to adapt and accommodate employees. It covers things like evaluations, emotional regulation, instructions, and so much more.
SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) offers a broad step-by-step guide to setting up your wellness and recovery. It provides information and worksheets to apply what you’ve learned.
AutisticSciencePerson has created a website of resources and lived experience blog posts. If you’re a parent of a newly diagnosed child or you’re newly diagnosed yourself, this is a great resource.
The Caring Counselor, Michelle DeShields offers resources for Socio-Emotional Learning (SEL), Anti-Racism, Mental Health, and more
Rene writes about living with ADHD. She also has an awesome store with many different fidget toys, stim pieces, workbooks, and more.
Natasha Nelson is a Black Autistic mother who is a Certified Positive Discipline Educator focused on Black and Neurodiverse families. Supernova Momma shares day-to-day experiences with her own life and neurodivergent family along with helpful consultations and courses.
Emily is one of my favorite podcasters that focuses on SELF, empowerment, communication, values, and being awesome. I created a database with some of my favorite episodes. You can also sort by tags!
Find the database here.
RJ from UntappedKeg is one of my favorite people in the whole world! He is extremely kind and compassionate. UntappedKeg focuses on mental health, sobriety, and overall wellness.
You can find the podcast here.
I Will Die On This Hill: Autistic Adults, Autism Parents, and the Children Who Deserve a Better World by Meghan Ashburn and Jules Edwards
Big Feelings: How to be okay when everything is not okay by Mollie West Duffy & Liz Fosslien (check out our book discussion here)
The Book of Human Emotions by Tiffany Watt Smith
Compassionate Conversations: How to Speak and Listen from the Heart by Hamilton, Wilson, and Loh
Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life: Life-Changing Tools for Healthy Relationships by Marshall B. Rosenberg
Thera-Pet Cards – Emotional Support Animal Cards by The Latest Kate
The Neurodivergent Friendly Workbook of DBT Skills by LivedExperienceEducator
Hello Happy! An activity book for young people who sometimes feel sad or angry
This is a list of the workbooks that I have personally used by Self Love Rainbow. She offers MANY more titles and you can use code “THEARTHUBB” for 10% off your entire order! Any link below that you click will help me earn a small commission.
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– 33 page PDF (With a full-color version and a separate black and white version)
– Classifying your inner voice as positive, neutral, or negative
– Understanding the source of your inner critic and where that critical and unkind voice originates from
– Breaking down your inner voice into distinct voices
– Recognize how the inner critic is stopping you from living your best life
– The 7 main aspects of the inner critic: The protector, black and white thinker, procrastinator, mind reader, worst-case scenario, blame game, and how it preys on -vulnerabilities
– Finding the voice of your Sacred Self (Higher Self, Wise Self, Inner Coach – whatever you want to call that kind and compassionate voice we’re cultivating!)
– How reframing your story can take power away from your inner critic
– How logic and reason can be just as powerful as positivity
– How to add “but” to those critical statements
– A Truth Check on the things the inner critic says
– How to change your thinking
– How striving for balanced thinking helps
– Why positive self-talk is important
– Using affirmations in a way that works for you*
– Why journaling is awesome and five journaling prompts
Still not sure? Check out the discussion we had around this workbook!
This workbook is broken up into 4 sections:
The Before: A section that focuses on memories, stories and the things that you love and adored about the person that you lost.
The In-between: A space to reflect and explore thoughts and feelings when someone you love is in critical care or dealing with a terminal diagnosis.
The Loss: Your thoughts, feelings, and experiences in the aftermath of your loss.
The After: When the dust has settled and your life is completely different and you have to acclimate to your new world and your new self.
-99-page print-at-home .pdf (There’s also a black and white version, and a version with no background for easy printing)
-PDF has digital fill-in enabled which means you can fill out straight from your computer
-Self-Care for three stages of Grief (The in-between, the Loss, and the After)
-The 10 Emotions of Grief: Denial, Bargaining, Depression, Anger, Acceptance, Guilt, Acceptance, Detachment, Anxiety, Helplessness and how to practice self-care for each of them.
-A chart to track your grief
-A look at different models and views on grief