Mental Health Links

The following links are listed to provide you with additional online mental health care information and counseling resources.


Alcoholics Anonymous

Center for Online Addiction

Answers to Your Questions About Panic Disorder

National Center for PTSD

Questions and Answers about Memories of Childhood Abuse

The National Domestic Violence Hotline Website

Depression and How Therapy Can Help

Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

SAMHSA's Suicide Prevention

Suicide Awareness Voices of Education

Internet Mental Health


Services in the Phoenix Metro area:


Leslie Davidson MS, LAC
Be Well Counseling
(480) 776-4712

[email protected]

Dr. Chante Pantila MC, NCC, LPC, DBH
"Change your mind, change your life"
(480) 442-0519

Cordell Pearson, LPC, NCC
Freedom to Heal Counseling, LLC
(480) 256-9799

[email protected]



Bledsoe Empower - Consultation, Coaching, Motivational Speaking

Empower El Mundo

Inside Job Life Coaching with Leslie Davidson

Realize Unlimited - Coaching w/ Florence Doisneau


Outside the Phoenix Metro Area:

Tammy J. Cover LPC - Serving the State of Texas



Amygdala Neurons Increase as Children Become Adults - Except in Autism

Researchers Look to Unlock Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Puzzle



Milton Erickson's Rules of Life


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