Hearing Voices Network - International Hearing Voices Network website lists Hearing Voices groups around the world and houses some great information on understanding voices.
MindMap - Early intervention in New Haven Conn, USA
Engage Aotearoa - Mental health resources by people with lived experience and a psychological perspective including an Online Resources Pack, a New Zealand-focused Community Resources Directory, a book of recovery stories and an online coping tool called The Coping Kete.
Toi Ora - An arts centre in New Zealand for people who experience mental-health problems to engage in creative activities. The website shares poetry and art by the members.
Reddit Schizophrenia Page - Reddit is a website where people post discussion items and questions on particular subject threads known as Subreddits. There are active subreddits for Schizophrenia and Bipolar along with many other mental-health related topics mostly used by lay-people who are seeking support and information.
DBT Self Help - DBT Self Help shares information about Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, from people who have participated in DBT. A good source of information about coping with, communicating and understanding intense emotional states.
Getting my own therapy - A suggestion from other family members: someone neutral to talk to about what this all means for you
Personal support networks - Another family member suggestion was to seek support from trusted family and friends rather than attempt to manage everything alone help with meals and housework during crisis times or a break for a few hours of uninterrupted sleep can make a real difference.
Seeking out recovery stories - Another family member suggestion fuel for maintaining a hopeful stance.
How to touch a hot stove - The Hot Stove Project has a resource page. It also has an excellent film on mental health stigma called "Hot to Touch a Hot Stove" and a supplementary film called "CRAZY?" Additionally, it has clips of several interviews with professionals, with individuals having lived experience, and with some who are professionals with lived experience.
Anatomy of an Epidemic, Robert Whittaker
Rethinking Madness, Paris Williams
The Happiness Trap, Russ Harris Acceptance and Commitment Therapy strategies for coping with stress and distress
The Bitterest Pill, Joanna Moncrieff
A Straight Talking Introduction to the Causes of Mental Health Problems, John Read An easy-to-read, non-pathologising, non-blaming, short book summarizing the research on what causes mental-health problems.
Models of Madness, Read, Mosher and Bentall
Coming off Psychiatric Drugs: Harm Reduction Guide, 2nd Edition, by Will Hall e-book available here.