Helpful links to other websites, should you or someone else you know, requires further information, or is struggling. As well as these, there is also your GP that can help too. You don’t need to be alone.
There are also links to websites and blogs that you may find interesting.
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Anxiety UK – Anxiety UK was established to promote the relief and rehabilitation of persons suffering from agoraphobia and associated anxiety disorders, phobias and conditions, in particular, but not exclusively, by raising awareness in such topics.
CLAHRC-EM – Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care – East Midlands.
Cruse – Bereavement care.
Heads Together – A new campaign bringing together The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry and seven charities, to end stigma around mental health.
Hearing Voices Network – For people who hear voices, see visions or have other unusual perceptions.
Kooth – Free, safe and anonymous online support for young people.
Mental Health Foundation – To help people understand, protect and sustain their mental health. See their website for further details.
Mental Health Institute – To transform our understanding of mental illness.
Mind – They provide advice and support to anyone experiencing a mental health problem. They also campaign , raise awareness and promote understanding. See their website for further details.
MindTech – Focusing on the development, adoption and evaluation of new technologies for mental health care and dementia.
Moodzone – NHS Choices Moodzone offers practical advice, interactive tools, videos and audio guides to help you feel mentally and emotionally better.
NIHR – national Institute for Health Research.
PODS – (Positive Outcomes for Dissociative Survivors) is a project set up in 2010 as part of the charity START (Survivors Trauma and Abuse Recovery Trust).
Rethink – Provide advice and information. See their website for further information.
Safe & Sound – Helping to protect young people from sexual exploitation.
SANE – They work to improve the quality of life for anyone affected by metal illness. See their website for further details.
Samaritans – Talk to them anytime you like, by email, or telephone. You can also write a letter, or contact your local Samaritan. See their website for further details.
The Blurt Foundation – Increasing awareness and understanding of depression. Has a very useful resource page.
Time To Change – England’s biggest programme to challenge mental health stigma and discrimination.
Young Minds – Young people’s mental health and wellbeing.
Inspirational websites or Facebook pages.
Becoming Minimalist – (Facebook page.) Inspiring others to live with less and live more.
Tiny Buddha – (Facebook page.) Simple wisdom for complex lives. Get insight, advice and support. There are lovely quotes of inspiration here.
Everyday-Mindfulness – (Facebook page.) Their aim of this page is to promote mindfulness to other human beings.
Gratitude Attitude – (Facebook page.)
As their about page says, “A little reminder that life is full of things to be grateful for.”
Hay House Daily Affirmations – (Facebook page.) Daily affirmations create joyful, abundant experiences with every word and thought.
Heal Your Life – Daily affirmations and inspirational stories.
Let it go coach – For inspiration and encouragement, what ever your journey.
To Love and Inspire – As said on their about page: “Our mission is to resolve social issues and inequalities through empowering global initiatives and collaborations with organizations bringing mutual equality and justice into the world.”
Health and Healthy Eating
Blood Pressure – UK charity dedicated to lowering the nation’s blood pressure.
Change4Life – To help families eat well, move more and live longer.
Elsa Jones – Nutritionist and author of book; “Goodbye Sugar.”
NHS Choices – Gateway to National Health Service in England, providing health & lifestyle advice, along with information about local services and the latest health news.
The Body Coach – Joe Wicks, The Body Coach.
The Food Medic – Hazel Wallace is the writer of this website, which she hopes that eating healthy can be enjoyable, uncomplicated and easy to incorporate into a busy lifestyle.
Highly Sensitive Person (HSP)
Links to useful websites on ‘Highly Sensitive Person. (HSP.)
Highly Sensitive Refuge – Their mission to prove high sensitive is strong and that being a HSP is ok.
The Highly Sensitive Person – A website where you can learn about HSP.