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Society for the Study of Neuronal Regulation
Society for the Study of Neuronal Regulation
The Society for the Study of Neuronal Regulation (SSNR), which sponsors the Neurofeedback Archive, is a membership organization comprised of professionals who do neurofeedback training and research. It includes reprints from peer-reviewed journals, abstracts and papers from SSNR members and meetings, and the SSNR bulletin board. Unlike many other organizational Web sites, this one provides useful content.
http://www.snr-jnt.org/ - Jun 2nd 1999 - TKS

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Atlanta Center for Cognitive Therapy
Atlanta Center for Cognitive Therapy
Continuing education video workshops are offered to professionals interested in empirically validated treatments. The programs are approved by the American Psychological Association to offer CE for psychologists. The APA approved sponsor maintains responsibility for programs.
http://www.cognitiveatlanta.com/ - Feb 7th 1998 - TKS

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Society of Behavioral Medicine
Society of Behavioral Medicine
The Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) fosters the development and application of knowledge on the relationships among health, illness, and behavior. This site includes upcoming membership information, SBM events, training and member directories and publications.
http://www.sbm.org/ - Mar 10th 1998 - TKS

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National Foundation for Brain Research
National Foundation for Brain Research
A comprehensive coalition of professional and scientific societies, voluntary health agencies, government and industry which seeks expanded research and new therapies for neurological, mental, and addictive disorders.
http://www.brainnet.org/ - Nov 2nd 1998 - PS

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Albert Ellis Institute
Albert Ellis Institute
The Albert Ellis Institute, formerly known as the Institute for Rational-Emotive Therapy, is a non-profit educational organization founded in 1968. Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) is a humanistic, action-oriented approach to emotional growth, first articulated by Dr. Albert Ellis in 1955, which emphasizes individuals' capacity for creating their emotions; the ability to change and overcome the past by focusing on the present; and the power to choose and implement satisfying alternatives to current patterns. Information is divided into public and professional topics.
http://www.rebt.org/ - Nov 18th 1997 - TKS

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The National Association of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapists
The National Association of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapists
Promotes cognitive-behavioral psychotherapies as being therapeutically effective, cost-effective, and time-limited treatment methods. Lots of information here concerning the Association and the services it has to offer. Navigation becomes confusing at times.
http://www.nacbt.org/ - Jan 10th 1998 - TKS

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Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy & Research
Beck Institute
The Beck Institute offers various cognitive therapy training programs for mental health and medical professionals who work in outpatient, inpatient, academic, or research settings. Beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels are offered.
http://www.beckinstitute.org/ - Mar 2nd 1998 - JMG

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American Academy of Neurology
American Academy of Neurology
This site provides information to both medical professionals and to the public. Included are fact sheets and brochures on a variety of neurological conditions and procedures, the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) Patient Information Guide, general Neurology information, membership information, and current news.
http://www.aan.com/ - Jan 23rd 1998 - TKS

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The Brain Injury Association of Connecticut
The Brain Injury Association
The Association and this site provide education about Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), its related problems and prevention; advocates for community and medical resources needed to provide comprehensive TBI care; and meets selected needs that are currently unaddressed by existing systems. Frequently updated.
http://www.pyers.com/bia/ - Jan 26th 1998 - RAR

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American College of Radiology
American College of Radiology
The principle organization of radiologists, radiation oncologists, and clinical medical physicists in the United States. This site includes a very comprehensive overview of the College. Topics include publications, research, events, job listings, etc. Some sections are reserved for members only.
http://www.acr.org/ - Apr 1st 1998 - TKS

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