ILYSE DOBROW DIMARCO, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Helpful Websites

Disclaimer: The following links are being provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only. They do not constitute an endorsement or an approval by the therapist of any of the products, services or opinions of the corporation or organization or individual. The therapist bears no responsibility for the accuracy, legality or content of the external site or for that of subsequent links. Contact the external site for answers to questions regarding its content.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

  • The Academy of Cognitive Therapy
    The Academy of Cognitive Therapy aims to educate the public about CBT and connect individuals with therapists certified in CBT. ACT awards certification to CBT professionals (including psychologists, medical doctors, and social workers) who, on objective evaluation, are found to have expertise in CBT treatment. ACT also works to promote continuing education and research in cognitive therapy.

  • Mind Over Mood
    This website is designed to accompany the Mind Over Mood CBT treatment manual, written by Drs. Dennis Greenberger and Christine Padesky. The website contains a wide variety of information about CBT, including updates on recent research findings, book recommendations, and explanations about the CBT model and how moods, thoughts, and actions are related.

  • The New Jersey Association of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapists
    NJ-ACT is comprised of mental health providers in the New York-Metropolitan area who are committed to promoting CBT and other evidence-based psychotherapies.

  • Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
    ABCT is an interdisciplinary organization aimed at studying and disseminating evidence-based treatments for mental health problems. Their site contains information about diagnoses and relevant treatments, tailored both to practitioners and patients.

Mental Health

  • New Jersey Psychological Association
    The NJPA is the state organization for New Jersey psychologists. The website includes general information about different types of therapy, a glossary of terms, a referral service, and a feature allowing consumers to log complaints against insurance companies.

  • National Institute of Mental Health
    NIMH is the U.S. government organization responsible for the execution of basic and clinical research of mental health problems. This site provides information about diagnoses as well as updates on the latest research being conducted.

  • American Psychological Association
    The APA is the scientific and professional organization for psychology in the United States. The APA is the world's largest association of psychologists.

  • Medline Plus
    Medline Plus provides comprehensive information about psychiatric medications and their side effects.

Pregnancy and Fertility

  • Resolve
    Resolve is the national support and advocacy organization for infertility. Its comprehensive website includes information about the various forms of infertility, details about treatments, reviews of the various options for building a family, lists of local support groups and treatment providers, podcasts and webcasts on relevant topics, and access to an online support community.

  • Baby Center
    There is no end to pregnancy-related information on the web, and it can be difficult to sort fact from fiction. Baby Center provides factual, up-to-date information about pregnancy and related topics. Pregnant women can sign up for weekly updates about their pregnancy. They can also participate in online support groups and read "expert" answers to common questions.

Anxiety Disorders

  • Freedom from Fear
    Freedom From Fear was founded by a woman with a history of anxiety and depressive illness. It is an advocacy organization aimed at providing information and support to individuals affected by anxiety and depressive disorders. The site includes information about different diagnoses and relevant treatments, and public blogs to which all readers can post.

  • Rutgers Anxiety Disorders Clinic
    At the Rutgers ADC, psychologists, social workers, and graduate students provide evidence-based treatment for individuals with a wide range of difficulties. The Clinic specializes in the treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. The ADC also serves as a teaching and training institute for graduate students.

  • The International OCD Foundation
    The International OCD Foundation (IOCDF) is comprised of individuals with OCD and related disorders, their friends and family members, and professionals who treat OCD. Website features include information about the symptoms of OCD and related disorders, information about treatment options, and updates on relevant research findings.

  • Anxiety Disorders Association of America
    ADAA is a nonprofit organization composed of professionals and laypeople committed to the prevention and treatment of anxiety disorders. Their website contains detailed information about anxiety disorders diagnoses and appropriate treatments.