Mental Health Links

Useful Resources for Mental Health Conditions

Mental health problems range from the worries that we all experience as part of everyday life to serious long-term conditions. Mental health problems are very common with 1 in 4 people experiencing some kind of mental health problem in any one year. If you feel that you are experiencing a mental health problem, please contact Reception to book a GP appointment on 01875 610248. Please find below useful resources about a wide variety of mental health issues that are recommended by local Mental Health services:

General Mental Health Problems

www.livinglifetothefull.comFree online self-help course for anxiety and depression.
www.glasgowsteps.comWebsite with self-help resources for varied mental health issues. with fact sheets and mental health information. with information and resources on varied mental health issues

Depression online interactive self-help site for depression.
www.depressioninteenagers.comFree online interactive site for young people with depression.
www.dascot.orgInformation about symptoms and treatment of depression.

Bipolar Disorder and advice specifically related to bipolar disorder.

Anxiety online interactive self-help site for anxiety and panic attacks.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) about OCD and telephone support.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) on PTSD with links to other useful websites.

Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse developed by the Scottish Government with wide range of material about abuse. information, support and helpline for non-abusing parents or carers of children who have been sexually abused.

Eating Disorders Information and help on all aspects of eating disorders.

Schizophrenia information and advice about Schizophrenia.

Self-Harm dedicated to young people and self-harm. support for people who self-harm, their family and friends.

While these resources may be useful sources of information and self-help, we are unable to accept responsibility if your symptoms do not improve or indeed become worse. If this occurs, it is likely that self-help is insufficient to meet your needs, and it is strongly recommended that you seek the advice of your GP regarding the most appropriate treatment options.