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The following are just a few resources I find to be clinically valuable. I have no affiliation with any of the individuals or entities indicated below. These resources are provided purely due to my perception of their clinical benefit. I receive no compensation for sharing these resources.


Anxiety Canada is an excellent web resource for evidence based information about anxiety. The website is written in clear language that is thoughtful, easy to understand, and helpful.

The Greater Good Science Center- based in Berkeley where research and innovation focuses on making positivity and positive change accessible to all.

Self-Compassion provides research, practices, and meditations from Dr. Kristin Neff who helps us understand the value of self-compassion by learning about self-kindness, common humanity, and mindfulness.

UCLA Mindfulness Awareness Research Center- has wonderful information in mindfulness and offers free guided mediations and health and wellness meditations

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(Some apps may have a cost associated)

ACT iCoach- help you utilize Acceptance Commitment Therapy tools

Calm -meditations including soundscapes, stories, and playlists to help improve mindfulness practices, decrease stress and increase sleep. 

CBT-i Coach- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for insomnia support

Headspace- guide to mindfulness for help with stress, sleep, and more

Sanvello- help with stress, anxiety, and depression management

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