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- All About Anxiety Disorders: Explores what anxiety disorders are, how people get them, and what can be done to treat them.
- Are You Shy? Find out Why: Learn how to be less shy. Also find out why being shy is sometimes a good thing.
- Being Left Handed: Simple explanation for elementary school students of what it is like to be left-handed. Includes examples of famous lefties.
- Color Matters: Learn how color affects appetite, vision, energy conservation. Also find out about color's relationship to architecture and interior design.
- Cyber Knowledge and Emotion: Take a ride on the E. Motion Express and explore your feelings through interactive stories and games.
- Dealing With Anger and Keeping Your Cool: Everyone gets angry, and anger can even be a good thing. Learn how to use and deal with strong feelings.
- Feeling Fried: Take this quiz and learn if you have trouble saying what you think and what's on your mind.
- Going to a Psychologist, Psychiatrist, or Therapist: What's it like to go to a psychologist, psychiatrist, or therapist? Learn why kids go and what kinds of things they do when they're there.
- Mental Health Issues for Kids and Teens: Short articles on topics such as depression, a parents' mental illness, phobias, and the school health suite.
- Moozie Cow Kindness Foundation: Moozie visits children to teach about kindness. Site includes activities for children, suggestions for parents and teachers, and a schedule of appearances.
- Nightmares: Tells what nightmares are, why people have them, and what to do about them.
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: A look at what the disorder is, what causes it, and how it can be diagnosed and treated.
- Out on a Limb: A Guide to Getting Along: It's not easy to get along. Help Maria and her friends solve their problems peacefully.
- Psychology: Encyclopedia.com article on what the word means.
- Psychotherapy: Encyclopedia.com article about what psychotherapy is.
- Shykids.com: Information about shyness and advice to kids and teens (and parents) on making friends and building confidence.
- Sighting the First Sense: Explains how people's eyes sometimes play tricks on them.
- Talking About Your Feelings: Learn more about how to talk to parents and other adults about how you feel about things.
- Teens and Therapy: Answers common questions that teenagers have about psychotherapy.
- That's Me! A Guide to Personality: Student-created site examines personality development, consistency, theories, theorists, disorders, and testing. Also includes interactive assessment activities, games, discussion forums, and a glossary. In English and Chinese
- The Story on Self-esteem: Explains why self-esteem is so important, how kids get it, and what kids who have low self-esteem can do.
- The Story on Stress: Learn how to manage stress when you are worried or uncomfortable about something, and you feel angry, frustrated, or afraid.
- Wanna Bet?: A magazine for kids about the dangers of gambling.
- Watch Your Mouth: Interactive quiz helps young people discover if they're saying things to themselves that they wouldn't say to anyone else in the world.
- Welcoming a New Baby Into Your Family: What to expect when a new little person joins the family.
- What Kids Who Are Moving Should Do: Moving isn't easy for anyone. Scared, excited, and angry are just a few of the feelings kids may have about moving.
- What's Normal?: Overcoming Obstacles and Stereotypes: Companion to the PBS broadcast explores the meaning of "normal" by introducing stories of teens who live with social or physical challenges and work to defy stereotypes.
- Why Am I In Family Therapy?: Explains family therapy to children and teens.
- Why Do We Get Nervous?: Explains why kids feel anxious sometimes and tells what a phobia is.
- You Are a Special Person: Tips on how to enjoy relationships with family and friends.
- Young Dreamers Global Community & Fun Site: Offers dream interpretations for children.
- YouthLine Counselling: Offers free and confidential information, advice and counselling to young people under 25.
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