Self-Help Access in Routine Primary-care
Describes how building your assertion skills can help you cope with stress and stand up for yourself while respecting other peoples right to do the same.
Describes a step by step method for tackling practical problems.
Describes how increasing your activity levels can help your mood.
Describes how alcohol and drugs can make stress, anxiety and depression worse and how you can tackle this problem using self-help.
An introduction to the effect that unhelpful thoughts can have on your mood and how to start changing them.
More information on the effect that unhelpful thoughts can have on your mood and how to start changing them.
Describes how guilt and worry can affect your mood and how you can tackle them.
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.
Describes how to use distraction to help manage your upsetting and intrusive thoughts.
Describes the symptoms of panic, what can set them off and how they can be managed using guided self-help.
A blank form that helps the client and clinician decide what are the principal problems and aims for which guided self help is intended.
Describes the basics of relaxation and includes a simple relaxation exercise and diary.
Describes the basics of relaxed breathing and includes a simple relaxed breathing exercise.
Describes how sleep can be affected by stress, anxiety and depression and what techniques can be tried to tackle sleep problems.
A self-help leaflet on the use of anti anxiety medication..
A collection of resources from Living Life to the Full.
Using plans to maintain your mental health and well-being