Public Resources

This Public Resources section is intended to help you find useful information about psychology and psychologists. If your question remains unanswered, please feel free to contact the WPA office, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.


5 Action Steps for Helping Someone in Emotional Pain

Do you know someone who's stuggling emotionally? #BeThe1To help someone by utilizing these 5 steps. 


Depression Basics

Do you feel sad, empty, and hopeless most of the day? Have you lost interest or pleasure in your hobbies or being with friends and family? Are you having trouble sleeping, eating, and functioning? If you have felt this way for at least 2 weeks, you may have depression, a serious but treatable disorder. Read more inside!


Teen Depression

Being a teenager can be tough -- changes taking place in the body and brain, stress, emotional ups and downs. But if you have been overwhelmingly sad for a while, it may be time to talk to a trusted adult about depression. Read more about how to get help, or how to help someone you know that may be experiencing this. 


5 Things You Should Know About Stress

Everyone feels stressed from time to time, but what is stress? How does it affect your health and what can you do about it?


NIMH Answers Questions About Suicide

Read up on some commonly asked questions when it comes to suicide. Look for warning signs, be aware of risk factors, and know how and where to get help if needed.


Children and Mental Health: Is This Just a Stage?

A child's mental health is very important. Learn more about how to seek help if needed, treatment options, finding a professional to help, and more!


Psychology Today: How to Help Someone Who Could Use More Mental Strength

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Meeting Professionals and Mental Health

Does the meeting industy have a mental health problem?


How to Choose a Psychologist

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