BiPolar UK is a user led charity working to enable people affected by Bipolar disorder / manic depression to take control of their lives.
Counselling can help with all sorts of different issues. It can help you find direction, provide a viewpoint if feeling a 'bit stuck', tackle things from your past or make some life changes.
Fishing for Forces is a non-profit organisation for anyone affected by Operational Duties. Get peace and quiet and spend a day by the water. Find fishing near you on our website.
For those living with bipolar this is an online community to talk about all things. Also provides a form to request a call back from a peer support line.
Shout is the UK's first free 24/7 text service for anyone in crisis anytime, anywhere. A safe space where you're listened to by a trained, supervised Crisis Volunteer.
Counselling directory allows you to search for counsellors in your local area who specialise in you specific needs.
In our online forum, you can chat with others who have been affected by postpartum psychosis. The forum is open to anyone that has been affected, including partners and family.
App which has condensed the therapy experience down into a digital self-help platform to offer guidance with many aspects of mental health
An honest account into how some the UK’s best-known celebrities have coped with mental health, from OCD to insomnia, addiction to grief, and depression to anxiety.
A video diary app for people managing their mental health to self care by recording clips and responding to guided exercises to reflect, review and share
MACS provide a range of support services for children and young people who haven’t had a fair deal in relation to housing, homelessness, mental health and participation.
If you're not sure whether therapy could help, what type of therapy you need, or how to find a safe and effective counsellor or psychotherapist, we'll help you find what you need.
Helpline open 24/7. Lifeline is the Northern Ireland crisis response helpline service for people who are experiencing distress or despair. Deaf and hard of hearing Textphone users can call Lifeline on 18001 0808 808 8000.
If you're serving or have served in the UK Armed Forces, call us for free confidential advice and support if you're having a tough time, trouble sleeping, flashbacks, or feeling down.
App for OCD therapy comprehensive of learning tool about OCD, ERP exercises, OCD community online, personalised therapy plan
Play Therapy UK (PTUK) is a not for profit organisation dedicated to promoting the use of play and creative arts as ways of enabling children to reach their full potential.
SupportLine listens, supports and responds to callers in need of emotional support. It is aimed at those who are socially isolated, at risk, vulnerable and victims of abuse.
Guidance on how to support a loved one experiencing suicidal thoughts.
A resource site for mental health, particularly those affected by depression, suicide or bullying.
SAMH provides mental health resources online including a quiz to find out your wellbeing score.
A PND & Anxiety Survivor, Laura shares lots of Anxiety Management techniques as well as tips & self-care ideas for keeping mentally and emotionally well as a parent.
It describes what depression feels like, some of the help that is available, how you can help yourself and how to help someone else who is depressed.
Self-help app which promotes mental wellbeing using mindfulness techniques
Our online instant message service provides confidential, non-judgemental and anonymous support. We can listen to how you are feeling and help you, if this is what you want.
Nightline is a student listening service which is open at night and run by students for students. Available every night of term, for students to talk about anything that's troubling them.
Website providing advice & a newsletter on mental health, learning difficulties & relationships.
Offers information on a range of health related topics to help and encourage people to lead healthier lives
Helping people deal personal and practical effects of mental health issues by providing a variety of services e.g. one-to-one support, accommdation and assistance dealing with official bodies.
Whatever you're going through, call us free any time. You don't have to be suicidal to call us. We offer a safe place for you to talk in your own way, about whatever's getting to you.
Explicit Language, adults only! Recovering from a stroke or brain injury can feel very lonely, but the NeuroNerds are here to help through their love of all things nerd!
Deliver information, individual support, training and counselling to unpaid carers in Wales
Providing a therapeutic outlet for people suffering through mental health conditions and to highlight the different perspectives of mental health to the general public.
Am I depressed? How can I feel less stressed? Why am I so anxious? The NHS Choices Moodzone offers practical advice, interactive tools, videos and audio guides to help you feel mentally and emotionally better.
Play Therapy helps children understand muddled feelings and upsetting events, using play to communicate at their own level and at their own pace, without feeling interrogated.
Their mission is for women to get quality care and support for their mental health during pregnancy and the year after. Find self-help guides online.
Dedicated to promoting the understanding and acceptance of the basic variations in the human brain, this site highlights neurological resources and hosts podcasts
Information and signposting for survivors experiencing dissociation and professionals seeking supervision. Helpline open Tuesdays 1-5pm.
Providing recovery & support for the Armed Forces community whose lives are affected by their service, no matter when they served. Helpline open Mon to Fri 9am - 5pm
Finding documents, guides, tips, videos, courses, podcasts, templates and information from across the UK, all aimed at helping you get to grips with workplace mental health
Provides treatment programmes for a variety of mental health issues which may affect children and young people in various locations throughout England. Offers both inpatient and outpatient treatment options
CAMHS provides information on the different support services available for children and young people who have difficulties with their emotional and behavioural wellbeing. E.g. NHS trust, local authority etc.
We believe it is important to involve the people who use mental health services and their carers in our work.
They chat to guests who have dealt with mental health issues and discuss all the weird stuff going on in our minds.
A weekly online podcast that interviews comedians, artists, friends, and the occasional doctor. Each episode explores mental illness, trauma, addiction and negative thinking.
Support, information and training. Call the helpline, text 07537 432444 or use the webchat. Support available Tues-Thurs, 7pm-9.30pm. All calls are taken by female volunteers.
Deaf people are twice as likely to experience mental health problems. Our psychological therapy service is delivered in British Sign Language, cutting out the need for an interpreter.
This guide provides a framework to understand student suicide, mitigate risk, intervene when students get into difficulties, and respond to these tragic deaths.
Providing information and support to families about Perinatal OCD
Explores everything from what anxiety is, why it happens to us, how our brains work and why using various tools and techniques to necessary for owning it
Our HopelineUK advisers want to work with you to understand why these thoughts of suicide might be present. This is a safe space to talk through anything happening in your life. Helpline open 9am – 10pm weekdays, 2pm – 10pm weekends.
The Association for Postnatal Illness has a Youtube channel. This includes a range of videos that can benefit those suffering from postnatal depression or their families.
We help anyone affected by suicide or who'd like to know more about it - people who are/have been suicidal, family and friends and professionals.
A website providing advice for common mental health issues, but also creates apps to help teenagers and young people to manage their mental health, including apps to help manage self harming and anxiety.
A safe space to hear honest and insightful mental health interviews in the hope listeners will feel more empowered to continue the conversation with others
Anxiety UK is a charity for those affected by anxiety, stress and anxiety based depression. Helpline open Mon-Fri 9:30am - 5.30pm. Cost dependent on your income.
The human givens approach is different. Its therapists look to see what is missing, or being misused, in clients' lives, with the aim of helping them find ways to better meet their needs.
Find templates, guidance and video tutorials to build a Safety Plan. Identify actions to resist suicidal thoughts and develop positive ways to cope with stress and emotional distress.
Offers a wide variety of support to help people deal with the personal and practical impacts of mental health issues including advocacy and criminal justice services.
A national award-winning charity helpline that provides free and confidential faith and culturally sensitive support services targeted at vulnerable young people in the UK.
Humanistic Psychology is a holistic approach to therapy, helping individual's to draw upon inner resources to give meaning and direction to traumatic and disabling life experiences.
Your mental health is really important. The ArtsMinds information hub contains lot of resources for performers and creative practitioners.
Free, confidential service available to all employees with depression, anxiety, stress or other mental health issues affecting their work. Employers can also call on 0300 456 8113
Provides information and therapy sessions for all types of trauma and stress disorders.
Contains explicit language: Using Twitter to challenge stereotypes about mental health and making make everyone aware that it is okay to talk about mental health
Open 24/7, provides a free for many workers and UK students services, helping to determine, whether you have depression or/and anxiety, and how to get help.
The Silver Line is the only free confidential helpline providing information, friendship and advice to older people, open 24 hours a day, every day of the year.
Opening Up promotes mental wellbeing and suicide prevention through cricket and run a regular podcast.
The NHS-featured mental health and well-being app: helping you become your best possible self!
Support and advice for emergency service members suffering with PTSD. Offers a helpline Mon-Fri 9am-5pm and text at anytime.
We believe that no-one affected by mental illness should face crisis, distress or despair completely alone
A diverse page with many followers and contributors considering all aspects of suicide prevention.
Therapy that helps people recover from problems triggered by traumatic events in their lives. Find a therapist near you with this locator
Fearne Cotton chats to celebrity guests about their mental health in a podcast series about mental health. Guests include Dawn French, Stephen Fry, author Matt Haig and Olympic diver Tom Daley.
Peer support group who provide specialist chat service for people struggling with their mental health. Contact via twitter DMs @MHCrisisAngels
Online directory of therapists of all sexualities and gender identities who work with gender and sexual diversity clients across the LGBTQI spectrum from a non-judgmental standpoint.
Create music to capture your mood and express how you feel. Instead of words, create music to reflect emotions like joy, sadness, calm and anger
Providing information and support about Body Dysmorphic Disorder and raising awareness.
A UK-wide online advice service designed to help you understand, manage and improve your financial and mental health
Child and Adolescent Psychotherapists help understand the complex emotional lives of infants, children, young people, families and carers in depth through a psychoanalytic approach.
A free and confidential phoneline service for anyone in Scotland experiencing low mood or depression and needs someone to talk to. You can also call if worried about someone.
We offer a confidential mental health support helpline and signposting for people who identify as Trans, Agender, Gender Fluid or Non-Binary. Family and friends can also call. Open Mondays and Fridays 8pm to midnight.
To equip you with the knowledge, confidence & skills to support young people as they navigate into adulthood everything from relationships, pornography, alcohol, drugs, social networking, exam stress, body image, gaming & gambling
Provides advice and support to men of any age who are down or in crisis; dedicated to preventing male suicide.
Practical and emotional support to empower those caring for a loved one who has experienced serious mental illness. Helpline open Mon/Wed/Fri 10am-4pm, Tues/Thurs 12pm-8pm.
UKCP is a membership organisation with national registers of psychotherapists, psychotherapists qualified to work with children and psychotherapeutic counsellors.
Action Mental Health provides support and opportunities for those with mental health issues or learning disabilities, encouraging a healthier way of life.
Enables any community moderator to safely and confidently respond to people that may be expressing thoughts of suicide online and to signpost them to appropriate support.
A space for you to express your concerns, discuss uncertainties and work through problems. If you are lonely or isolated, it can be the friendly voice you need at the end of the line. Open 9am to midnight daily.
Mental health advocates share the passions that shape their lives, as well as thoughts on their own mental health
Provides short audio guides on a variety of mental wellbeing related issues to offer practical advice and help boost mood
Scotland's professional body for counselling and psychotherapy. Search our register.
This website signposts support services and information for a wide variety of eating disorders, as well as offering user stories and training for those in need.
Guidance for homelessness services to develop their approach to suicide prevention. It includes links to tools, information and training for teams to improve their support.
Visit our site to find free, local and confidential counselling, advice or information services. These services are typically available to a wide range of ages e.g. 13-25.
Nip in the Bud make films to illustrate the behaviours common in different conditions in children, along with explanations and information on how to follow up and get help.The films are accompanied by downloadable fact sheets explaining the symptoms to look out for, to spot early signs of distress which may require further monitoring.
Providing support, education, research and training for mental health professionals working with adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
If you work in music and are struggling to cope emotionally or with mental health, or know someone who is, talk to us. It doesn't have to be a crisis, or about music.
We provide free, 24/7 crisis support across the UK. If you're aged 25 or under, and are experiencing any painful emotion or are in crisis, text THEMIX to 85258.
We are The Mix's online community - a bunch of 13-25s from the UK who talk anonymously about what's on our minds and help each other out.
National mental health recovery charity offering range of services to support those with mental health including supported housing, residential homes and employment support
If you hear voices, see visions or have similar sensory experiences, you're not alone. Somewhere between 3 and 10% of the population have experiences like these.
MindWise is committed to providing cooperative, interconnected services which work together. Supporting those recovering from mental illness.
A mental health campaign fronted by Jordan Stephens, which includes a podcast featuring guest stars like AJ Odudu, Jamie Laing, Greg James and Professor Green.
Opens up about her ongoing journey from her breakdown to her breakthroughs, and invites her guests to share their own experiences with mental health
A digital tool that helps young people to prepare and make the most out of mental health related GP visits. Know what to expect, plan what to say and record the outcomes.
Are you a parent or carer who is concerned about the mental health of your child or teenager? Find expert information and advice.
National UK charity with 30 years of experience supporting those affected by eating disorders and their families.
The Association of Christian Counsellors is a professional body and registered charity representing Christian counsellors and psychotherapists in the United Kingdom.
Jami provides practical and emotional support for the mental health needs of the Jewish community.
A series of frank, moving and funny conversations with top comedians and funny creative people who have dealt with this disease
We're leading the fight for a future where all young minds are supported and empowered. For urgent 24/7 help text YM to 85258. Parents helpline: Monday to Friday 9.30am – 4pm
They go beneath the surface to find out how they have dealt with difficult challenges & to hear the tips and tricks they use to keep their spirits high
Need someone to talk to? confidential support from volunteers. Helpline Open Sun - Thur 12pm - 12am
Supporting individuals with Autism and their families and campaigning to raise awareness of ASD within Northern Ireland. Choose Option 1 for Helpline. Open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
The Fire Fighters Charity assists thousands of serving and retired fire service personnel and their families in times of need.
Offering free & confidential support to anyone living with or worried about an eating disorder. Call the 24 hour helpline, email, or join the monthly online support group.
Offering free and confidential support to legal professionals of the UK and Ireland on health issues such as stress, depression and addiction. Helpline Open Mon-Fri 9am-5.30pm
Warning: Some may find this offensive. Drunk Therapy is a podcast consisting of 3 mates, Cheyne the jovial Kiwi, Danny the failed comedian & James the recovering addict, talking real life over some beers.
Digital health community online created to empower and connect people facing health challenges and disabilities. This is a place for peer support, not to find a diagnosis.
An online resource, provided by Chasing the Stigma, developed to support individuals with mental health issues and to signpost them to local services.
Our Advice Service offers practical help on issues such as the Mental Health Act, community care, welfare benefits and carers rights. We also offer general help on living with mental illness, medication and care.
Their mission is to save and change the lives of veterans and their families affected by stress by inspiring, coaching and motivating sufferers to a better reality.
For those affected by trauma-related dissociative disorders. Membership includes information and access to online forum exclusively for those with dissociative conditions
A shame-free space where people talk about their struggles, difficult past memories, and what it's like to live with mental illness
Provides relevant tools and knowledge to help understand more about depression and some lifestyle changes that can help you through recovery.
An online interconnected suite of toolkits to help every organisation support the mental and physical health and wellbeing of its employees.
The app provides different activities which are designed to help people resist and manage the urge to self harm using the basic principles of Dialectical Behavioural Therapy.
Helpline open 10am-10pm 365 days a year. Emails responded to within 72 hours
An app offering peer support for people struggling with mental health issues. Creates social connections where can express thoughts and feelings and start conversations.
To make lives better for everyone by ending mental health discrimination and to inspire people to work together to end the discrimination surrounding mental health.
Psychotherapy involves conversations with a listener who is trained to help you make sense of, and try to change, things that are troubling you.
An advice and counselling network for young people in the UK. Find resources that help near you.
Providing information, resources and support for children and young people affected by family mental illness.
Explains what suicidal feelings are, including possible causes and how you can learn to cope. Our helpline is open 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday or you can text 86463
The Student Minds blog is the UK's biggest blog on student wellbeing and mental health. Here students can speak up about their experiences of living with mental health difficulties.
We teach suicide alertness and intervention skills and raise awareness through campaigns
It bridges the gap between health professionals and people living with mental health disorders with it's wit, humour, honesty, it offers readers the best information & support
We provide physical and mental health advice for musicians, actors, dancers and performing artists. Find performing arts health practitioners, specialists and free BAPAM clinics.
On qwell you can chat online to qualified counsellors, set personal goals and record how you feel and get support from the quell community
Provides school and college teachers and staff with an understanding of the most effective strategies to implement to create a suicide-safer environment.
Provides mental health assessment and advice for veterans (deployed since 1982) and reserves deployed overseas since 1 Jan 2003. Referrals via GP, or self-referrals on exception.
Information and resources to help with depression, anxiety and problems such as sleep difficulties, concentrating, studying, and how to support ourselves with suicidal thoughts.
AWARE run free self-help support groups and online groups for those with depression and bipolar disorder.
Explores peoples daily struggle with mental health and telling the world you're not alone. They hear about you, how to break the stigma, sharing your stories & listening
People from the anxious to the occasionally overwhelmed to the painfully panicked come to this podcast to start an anxiety adventure.
Home of the largest community of Counsellors and Psychotherapists of Black, African, Asian and Caribbean Heritage in the UK. Search our directory.
We help people suffering with panic attacks, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorders & other related anxiety disorders including those trying to give up tranquillizers. Helpline open 10am-10pm daily.
A free and confidential web and phone service for anyone in Scotland over the age of 16 experiencing low mood, depression or anxiety. Helpline open Mon-Thurs 6pm-2am, Fri 6pm -Mon 6am
24/7 helpline offering confidential emotional support for people concerned about their own or others' mental health
Offers online life skills courses based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to help deal with anxiety and general wellbeing
Our counselling service is a not-for-profit, low-cost counselling service designed for the Chinese communities. We provide English, Cantonese and Mandarin speaking counsellors.
We offer accredited confidential, anonymous and free mental health support, information and signposting to men anywhere in the UK through our webchat service.
From the mental health charity Mind, on online support community where people can share their struggles with others to provide peer support
Helps individuals and companies recognise and reduce stress.
Information, Advice, Services and guidance for people affected by any mental health issues. Specific, easy to follow information on common mental health problems and stories from people with such illnesses.
Providing information, top tips, expert advice, blog posts and interviews on mental health issues including low mood, anxiety, self-harm, eating disorders, grief and loss.
Find practical tips and advice to help look after your mental health. For example, how to sleep better, overcome fear and anxiety, or how to use mindfulness and exercise.
We help support and advise any parent who is experiencing a perinatal mental illness. We also guide family, friends, carers and employers how to support someone who is suffering. Helpline open 9am-8pm daily.
You will make sense of your eating distress and figure a way to recover from it. It is a one off meeting, if you find it useful you can continue to see your therapist
Explores mental health in society, culture, media and the pantry. It creates a safe, welcoming, silly and informed space full of understanding with a smile.