Health Information Week

1-7 July #HIW2019

Great sources of mental-health advice

The NHS site offers practical advice, interactive tools, videos and audio guides to help people who are coping with stress, anxiety or depression. CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE.

NHS Choices website

Online resources from the Blurt Foundation that focus on areas such as physical health, relationships, mindset and self-care, aiming to help manage mental health symptoms. CLICK HERE TO VISIT SITE.

NHS YouTube videos

Playlist of videos related to mental health from the NHS YouTube channel.

The mental health charity’s website offers information on identitying conditions, treatment options and how to support others, as well as news and campaign stories. CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE.

Book list from The Reading Agency with titles specialising in therapies, common feelings and self-help books to support mental wellbeing. CLICK HERE FOR MORE.

10 questions on the website to help establish whether someone’s experiencing the tell-tale signs of a mental-health condition. CLICK HERE TO VISIT SITE.

Are you depressed Patient website questionnaire

RCPsych videos

Animated information videos produced by the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

Information from the child and adolescent mental health charity on some common feelings and symptoms, plus advice on where young people can go to get help. CLICK HERE FOR MORE.

Young Minds website

Free downloads from the Mental Health Foundation offering help with mental health at work, overcoming fear and anxiety, managing stress, mindfulness and self-harm. CLICK HERE FOR MORE.

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