RESOURCES

BEREAVEMENT AND GRIEF

This resource gives you an insight into bereavement and grief, with personal experience from one of our Recovery Facilitators.

IDENTIFYING YOUR STRENGTHS

This exercise from the Peer Support Service will help you to identify your unique strengths, and recognise how valuable you are!

MY PERSONAL JOURNEY WITH ANXIETY

One of our Peer Support Workers takes you through their personal journey with anxiety.

A SELF-COMPASSION STORY

Julie, one of our Peer Support Workers and Recovery Facilitators shares her story of self-compassion.

STIGMA

Sadly, stigma remains a big issue for those dealing with mental health challenges. One of our Recovery Facilitators discusses this issue, and relates it to their own inspirational story.

THE DEVELOPMENT OF RESILIENCE

Rachel, one of our Adult Recovery Facilitators, uses her own life story to discuss resilience – what it is and how to develop it.

SLEEP

If you have problems sleeping, read this guide with tips for managing sleepless nights.

MINDFULNESS

Meditation can be an incredibly powerful tool, where we learn to choose our thoughts. Mindfulness meditation is intentionally practising being aware of our thoughts, emotions or sensations as they show up in the present. Meditation isn’t about trying to control or quiet the mind. It is about being at ease with our mind. And, with time, we can develop the skills to notice our auto-pilot reactions to experiences and help to reduce their impact on our lives.

RESOURCES FROM MIND WEBSITES

When you’re living with a mental health difficulty, having access to the right information is vital. The charity Mind has many useful resources on their website, click here for a selection of them.

VIDEOS

This is our selection of YouTube videos that accompany the our courses Taking Control, The Confidence Gap and Discovering Mindfulness which are offered through our Recovery College Service.