Free resources

Are you ready to access psychological therapy? Or maybe you believe that now is not the right time for you to talk to someone about how you feel? Either way, at Cooley Psychological Wellbeing, we feel passionately that you have access to tools that offer information and support for difficulties you may be experiencing.

We have compiled a range of free, self-help resources that you can explore from the comfort of your own home by selecting the images below.

Based on the principles of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, this short and helpful video describes how to manage the anxiety and stress associated with COVID-19.

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NHS-endorsed, self-help guides on a range of topics from sleep difficulties, anxiety and depression to abuse and trauma.

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Sleep quality has a huge influence over our wellbeing. The Mental Health Foundation has published research and guidance to help you understand and improve your sleep.

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Mindfulness is an increasingly popular and evidence-based approach for improving depression, stress and anxiety. View our blog and watch some short videos that talk you through the core principles of mindfulness.

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Being physically active is good for our mental health. Here are some tips published by the charity Mind for choosing an activity that works for you.

These resources are not intended for mental health emergencies.

If you’re worried about your safety, or that of a loved one, and feel you need to speak to someone urgently, you can:

  • Go to your local A&E department
  • Contact 111 for an emergency GP appointment
  • Call the Samaritans on 116 123 or talk to them online at samaritans.org