Building Social Connections

February 26, 2013
Prepared by Dr. Stephanie Kelly

In compiling these resources, we have made an effort to identify readily available, low-cost, and quality resources. Although we cannot guarantee the quality of all of the following resources, especially ones that change frequently, this list can encourage you to consider various options of what could be helpful to you, and to start exploring sources of information, sources of support and ideas for coping.

There are a variety of ways to increase social involvement and decrease social isolation. Doing so may mean addressing a variety of interpersonal issues that can complicate relationships, such as anger, lack of assertiveness, or anxiety. The following resources are varied to reflect the diverse issues related to increasing social involvement.

a. You-tube video lectures

b. Websites

c.  CDs

d. Local support groups

e. Sliding-Scale Counseling in the Community

f. Fee-for-Service Therapists

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