Helpful resources

Self-help apps and online resources

Big White Wall

Website: www.bigwhitewall.com

A safe online community of people who are anxious, down, or not coping who support and help each other by sharing what’s troubling them, guided by trained professionals. Also available as an app.

CBT Online

Website: www.moodgym.anu.edu.au

An interactive site that teaches people cognitive behavioural therapy skills to prevent and cope with depression.

Down Your Drink

Website: www.downyourdrink.org.uk

Down your Drink is a free website-based programme allowing people to look more closely at their drinking and examine ways of cutting down. Developed by a team of researchers at University College London and endorsed by Alcohol Concern.

Elefriends

Website: www.elefriends.org.uk

Run by mental health charity Mind, Elefriends aims to provide a safe, supportive online community where everyone can share experiences relating to mental ill health and get support from people with similar experiences.

Get Self Help

Website: www.getselfhelp.co.uk

This website offer free cognitive behavioural based self-help and therapy resources, including worksheets and self help mp3s.

Happyhealthy

Website: www.happyhealthyapp.co.uk

Health app linking brief daily reflection exercises to allow people to make more mindful decisions about lifestyle, exercise, nutrition and sleep to manage mental wellbeing.

Headspace

Website: www.headspace.com

App based around the teaching mindfulness meditation principles to improve wellbeing.

Moodscope

Website: www.moodscope.com

Web-based mood tracking and management platform.

Moodpanda

Website: www.moodpanda.com

Mood panda is an app-based platform allowing people to track their moods.

Scottish Recovery Network

Website: www.scottishrecovery.net

The Scottish Recovery Network explores mental health recovery using narrative or storytelling philosophical approaches to mental health.

Sleepio

Website: www.sleepio.com

App for sleep management combining cognitive behavioural principles and the latest in sleep research.

Stay Alive App

Website: www.prevent-suicide.org.uk/stay_alive_suicide_prevention_mobile_phone_application.html

The Sta Alive app is a suicide prevention pocket app for the UK, developed by Grassroots Suicide prevention. It allows users to create a list of resources and strategies to stay safe from suicide and links into crisis support available.

The Tidal Model

Website: www.tidal-model.com

The Tidal model is a philosophical approach/mental health recovery model used by mental health nurses and people using mental health services.

Wellbeing Podcasts

Website: www.mentalhealth.org.uk/podcasts-and-videos

The Mental Health Foundation has created a series of free audio podcasts to improve wellbeing, including guided relaxation, mindfulness practise and overcoming fear and anxiety.

Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP)

Website: www.mentalhealthrecovery.com

Provided information on using WRAP as part of mental health recovery approaches.

WorkGuru

Website: www.workguru.org

Web-based stress management programme providing tools to build resilience and manage stress in a workplace setting.

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