The following websites have invaluable information of interest to help you understand conventional psychology and psychiatry. They can also help you recover from those harms.
The Mind/Body Connection for Students - Mediation, yoga, and mindfulness for students
MISS Foundation - Resources for grieving parents
Center for Loss and Trauma - Resource for grieving
Beyond Meds: Alternatives to Psychiatry - Help weaning off psychiatric drugs
Paris Williams' Rethinking Madness Resources Page - Variety of alternative readings and videos regarding mental illness/health
MindFreedom: Win Human Rights in the Mental Health System - Human rights and alternatives for people labeled with mental illness diagnoses
Psych Rights: Law Project for Psychiatric Rights - public interest law firm fighting against forced psychiatric treatment
The Icarus Project - support network and education project by and for people who experience the world in ways that are often diagnosed as "mental illness". Fosters mutual aid practices that reconnect healing and collective liberation.
Mad in America: Science, Psychiatry & Community - For people who are interested in rethinking traditional psychiatric care
Thomas S. Szasz Cybercenter for Liberty and Responsibility - Official site of the late Thomas Szasz, psychiatric critic
Top 10 Books on Special Education for Educators that Parents Might Want to Read - Resources for parents who want to better advocate for their children's special education
The Bonkers Institute (humor) - Parody of the psychiatric industry
Open Dialogue - An alternative Finnish approach to healing psychosis (video)
Healing Homes - Recovery from psychosis without medication (video)
Take These Broken Wings - Recovery from schizophrenia without medication (video)
Tourette Syndrome Med Awareness - Educational site devoted to warning about the dangers of antipsychotic drugs for those labeled with Tourettes, ADHD, OCD, and Autism Spectrum.
Volunteers in Psychotherapy - A community non-profit organization that provides psychotherapy for no fee or low fee. Clients "pay" for their therapy by doing independent volunteer work for a charity of their choice.