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We want to make it more accessible for people to get support with their mental health and our free resources can improve your understanding of different conditions and situations.

Our resources below provide carers, people with specific mental health conditions, students, people living with financial difficulties affecting their mental health, and more, on how people can manage their mental health and wellbeing by accessing different support. Click on each resource below to find out more.

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mothers and mental health

Mental health problems can happen at any stage of motherhood. It's good to know the different types of mental illnesses that can occur and what resources there are to support you.

how to prevent burning out

We often can't tell or don't know when we're burning out but it's good to know the signs of when it could be happening.

managing grief

Grief can affect our mental health and physical health in many different ways but there are ways to get support to manage these feelings.

help for carers

Caring for and about someone with mental illness can be very demanding on you in many ways - emotionally, physically and perhaps financially.

good workplace wellbeing

There has been an increasing interest in improving workplace wellbeing over the last few years.

current affairs and your mental health

We consume more news than ever before but news reports can lead to feelings of helplessness and make you feel overwhelmed. This guide helps you engage with current affairs while looking after your mental health.

fathers and mental health 

10% of new fathers might experience paternal postpartum depression following the birth of their child up until their first birthday and it’s important to recognise the mental health difficulties both new parents face.

improving your wellbeing

Top tips on how to improve your wellbeing. What are yours?

money worries and mental health

There is a clear correlation between poor mental health and money struggles. Many people do not want to open up about their money struggles, which can make people feel lonely due to feelings of guilt, shame and embarrassment.

student mental health

Going to university or college is a big life change with many challenges that can affect your mental wellbeing. We have tips on how you can cope with student stress, during and after you graduate.

suicidal thoughts

This resource explores what support you can get if you’re experiencing suicidal thoughts – how you can help yourself and tips for reaching out – and guidance to help your deal with someone who might be experiencing suicidal thoughts.

supporting someone with their mental health

This resource focuses on what support you can offer when supporting someone with their mental health.

workouts to boost your mood

A benefit of exercising is that it’s a great mood booster and improves wellbeing. It relaxes your mind and can be crucial for your mental health.

about mental illness

Anyone can experience a mental illness and there are different kinds of mental illness. It can fluctuate between periods when a person feels well and able to manage, and periods of feeling less well.

a guide to voices and sensory disturbances

Voices and sensory disturbances come from thought processes and are perceived by the person as being very real. These sensory disturbances can include smell, touch, sight and taste, which may reinforce what a person hears.
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