Help yourself: Resources

Mental health & wellbeing resources you may find useful

Below you will find links to resources containing information and practical tips that you might find helpful in improving your mental health.

Please note that these are self-help resources, and you may need to seek further support if you are experiencing mental ill-health. If you are experiencing acute distress or suicidal thoughts, or you know someone who is, please dial 999 for emergency assistance.

You can also call these numbers (click on the links for other ways to get in touch such as webchat or text):

Samaritans (Freephone support) 116 123

SANEline (Support with mental health, every day 4.30-10.30pm) Leave a message on 07984 967 708 during current coronavirus restrictions.

The Mix (Support for under 25s, Sun-Fri 2-11pm) 0808 808 4994

Papyrus HOPELINEUK (Support for under 35s struggling with suicidal feelings, Mon-Fri 10am-10pm, weekends 2-10pm) 0800 0684141

Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM, support for people who identify as male, every day 5pm-midnight) 0800 585858

Switchboard (Support for people who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender, every day 10am-10pm) 0300 330 0630

MIND Infoline (Further information and signposting, Mon-Fri 9am-6pm) 0300 123 3393

Self-Help Resources

ABCDE – CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) worksheet

Accepting Anxiety

ACE ACTIVITY - How to achieve a healthy life balance

Anorexia Self-Help

Discrimination Worksheet for Flashbacks

Grounding exercises

Guide to Menstrual Cycles & Mental Health

Problem-solving Worksheet

PTSD Thought Record Sheet

Relationship Worksheet

Responsibility Pie Chart

Self-help Apps

Self-help for anger

Sleep Diary

Substance Misuse Work Book

Suicidal - Alternative Thoughts & Actions

Teen Mental Health – A Guide for Parents