Barbara Hunt, MS, LPC, LMFT

Clinical Member,


Association of Marriage


Family Therapists

5055 W. Park Blvd., #400

Plano, Texas 75093



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Whatever issues you're addressing, you should supplement your therapy by educating yourself about them.  I'll be adding some resources, but in the meantime, search Google for books, articles, and associations relating to your topic.  Be certain you use reputable sites.

A few reputable sites would include Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic, WebMD.  If you Google, for example, "associations related to anxiety" you would find Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), National Alliance on Mental Illness NAMI), etc.

Brief articles on various topics can be found at Psychology Today. The Gottman Institute has articles about relationships.

For books, search on Amazon for your topic(s).  Look for 4 and 5 stars, read the reviews, and click on "Look Inside" at the top of the book to see the table of contents and read a bit of the text to help you make a decision.

Get a library card in your town or city so that you can obtain books on your topics at no charge as well as obtain them digitally from your computer.

If you like research, Google "PubMed" to take you to research from 80,000 plus journals.  PubMed is a free resource supporting the search and retrieval of biomedical and life sciences literature with the aim of improving health - both globally and personally.  The PubMed database conains more than 35 million citations and abstracts of biomedical literature.