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" I invite everyone and everything to come and go as they wish; all experiences are welcome here. There is never anything alien to the mind at peace with itself. It is its own joyous community." "

Byron Katie, A Thousand Names for Joy

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childmind.org — We are an independent nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of children struggling with mental health and learning disorders.
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healthybrainnetwork.org — The Healthy Brain Network is a landmark mental health study that will help children in New York City and around the world.
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pecsusa.com — Pyramid is the sole source for the internationally recognized, evidenced-based Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)® and the Pyramid Approach to Education®. Our training, on-site consultation, and products are designed to improve functional communication skills, decrease challenging behavior…
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autism-help.org — This site provides help with over 350 fact sheets of autism-related information, with an emphasis on practical strategies, as many families cannot afford the more expensive interventions, or may be geographically isolated and cannot access autism support services.
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