Mental Health Resources

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Mental Health SELF-Help


Self-help guides

Self-help guides on a range of topics including low mood, anxiety, stress, panic and sleep problems.

LIving with a health condition

Resources and self-help from the Imparts website, for people living with a long-term health condition who our Talking Health Team support. Imparts (integrating mental and physical healthcare: research, training and services) is part of King’s Health Partners whose materials are free to download and use.

Living Life To The Full

The living life to the full course is a life skills course that aims to provide access to high quality, practical and user-friendly training in life skills.  The course teaches you how to tackle and respond to issues/demands which we all meet in our everyday lives.

NHS website

The mental health page on the NHS website provides access to a wide range of information and support for your mental health. 

Mood Juice

Some information is only specific to Scotland, but there is useful self-help literature on a variety of issues on the NHS Inform website, including anger, anxiety, assertiveness, bereavement, depression, insomnia, obsessions and compulsions, panic, post-traumatic stress, shyness and social phobias.

BOOKS

Overcoming Depression, Paul Gilbert, Robinson Publishing ISBN 9781841191256

A self-help guide using cognitive behavioural techniques, this book is full of step-by-step suggestions, case examples and practical ideas for gaining control over depression and low mood.

Overcoming Anxiety, Helen Kennerley, Robinson Publishing ISBN 9781854874221 

A self-help guide using cognitive behavioural techniques to help people take charge of their own recovery.  This book describes the various forms that anxiety problems may take and contains illustrative quotes from people who have had anxiety problems; allowing readers to realise that many others have shared similar experiences and overcome their difficulties.

Urgent mental health support

TALKWORKS is not an urgent or crisis response service. If you need urgent support please visit our I need help now page.

 


Your experience with us

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“I could not fault the service I received. I was listened to and given so many different resources to help my anxiety and depression. I was so very low a year ago but with the amazing support from my therapist I feel more and more myself every day. Thank you TALKWORKS.”

“The therapy gently supported me to both understand and come to terms with my diagnosis and how it has impacted on me as a person for so many years. I felt I could be open and honest in a very safe space. I not only feel better, I understand myself better too.”

“I was apprehensive about using the service thinking I wasn't "bad" enough but a talk to the cardiac group by a TALKWORKS practitioner gave me confidence to self-refer. I was referred with respect and taken seriously throughout, felt safe and was given tools and advice to help myself take control of my situation.”

Get Help

Call us on 0300 555 3344

Here at TALKWORKS, we’re here to help you feel better about life, and to help you feel like yourself again. Whether you’re dealing with an overwhelming life event, having sleepless nights or struggling with anxiety, we are here to help. You can self-refer to our service and a member of our team will then be in touch to arrange an initial appointment. TALKWORKS is not able to provide a crisis response service. If you need help urgently, you can access emergency mental health support information on our website.