Resource and Reference Library

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We are excited to introduce a new online database for our library, This site will let you browse through more than 700 books that we carry in our library at our Toronto office. By clicking on the three circles below each book, you can access reviews to learn more about the contents of the book. You can explore books on a wide range of topics including abuse, anxiety, assertiveness, depression, grief, law, LGBTQ, medications, nutrition, pregnancy, schizophrenia, self-esteem, stress, suicide, trauma, women’s issues and youth. Some of the titles include:

• The Courage to Heal: A Guide for Women Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse by Ellen Bass & Laura Davis

• The Anxiety Disease by David V. Sheehan

• Attacking Anxiety & Depression: A Self-help, Self-awareness Program for Stress, Anxiety & Depression by The Midwest Center for Stress & Anxiety

• When Once Is Not Enough: Help for Obsessive Compulsives by Gail Steketee & Kerrin White

• Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda: Overcoming Regrets, Mistakes, and Missed Opportunities by Arthur Freeman & Rose DeWolf

• Understanding Your Teenager's Depression: Issues, Insights & Practical Guidance for Parents by Kathleen McCoy

In addition to books, we also have CDs and DVDs on mental health topics, as well as lectures from our Distinguished Speaker Series.

Books can be used for in-house reference. Membership is required to check out books. To find out more about membership, please contact Eric Jonasson at 416-486-8046 ext 224.

If you would like more information about our library, or would like to find out book availability, please reach out to our telephone information and peer support line at 1-866-363-MOOD (6663), which operates Monday to Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.