In addition to sources that I have previously mentioned on my website, I hope these additional resources might be helpful to you. As always, if you have any questions or concerns feel free to contact me.

Please note: The information provided below is for educational purposes only. This information does not take the place of, nor is it intended to substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

Birds + Bees + Kids //
Provides a collection of grief resources
Centering Center //
Provides a collection of grief resources

Fuller Youth Institute //
Provides information regarding faith formation for teens

Grief Share //
Provides grief groups for those experiencing loss

Help Guide //
Provides practical information on a multitude of mental health subjects

Reel Mental Health //
Video-based information about mental health conditions including anxiety, depression, and substance use, eating issues, and childhood concerns.

The Hideaway Experience //
For couples in a crisis situation and don’t know where to turn. The Hideaway’s four-day Marriage Intensive program could be right for you.

Scott Stanley // Blog
Research professor at the University of Denver conducts studies and blogs about marriage and romantic relationships.

Healthy Sexuality //
Provides sexual resources from a faith perspective

Center for Healthy Sex //
Provides resources regarding sex addiction and provides therapy groups.

Zero to Three //
Gives parents of young children parenting resources.

Parents. The Antidrug. //
Equips parents and other adult caregivers with the tools they need to raise drug-free kids

My Love Thinks //
A website to simplify the dating process, to provide tools to empower you to take charge of your relationships to feel like you know what you are doing so you don’t waste too much time in a relationship that won’t go anywhere or won’t be good for you. And to help you keep that in love feeling when you’ve found a relationship that is worth keeping