Self-Help Access in Routine Primary-care
Tells you how to use the 5 Areas Model to understand your issues
Helps you understand the mental stress and distress that may be associated with your physical health problem.
Describes how chronic pain can affect your 5 areas and what you can do to help yourself.
Describes how loss and bereavement can affect your 5 areas and how you can help yourself.
This leaflets describes how you can use the 5 areas approach to understand and manage the consequences of a traumatic experience.
Depersonalisation can be a distressing feature of both anxiety and depression - this leaflet explains what depersonalisation is and what you can do to help yourself.
Describes how depression can keep itself going and can keep coming back over time.
Helps you to decide whether your symptoms are normal and whether you may benefit from guided self help to help manage your symptoms.
This leaflets looks at coping with depression and anxiety around childbirth.
Helps you to decide whether what you do now is helpful or unhelpful in its effect on your 5 areas.
Helps you to decide whether and how your symptoms are connected to practical problems in the outside world.
Describes how you can recognise any unhelpful thinking styles that might apply to you.
Describes two specific unhelpful thinking patterns, how they can be recognised and how to work out whether they apply to you.
A blank form intended to gather information that can be used to inform your guided self-help.
Describes how sleep can be affected by stress, anxiety and depression and what techniques can be tried to tackle sleep problems.
Describes the fight/flight response, a healthy and normal response to threat or danger and how it can sometimes lead to problems with stress and anxiety.
Describes the specific ways in which anxiety can affect us physically.