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Self Help Websites

Get Self Help
www.getselfhelp.co.uk

Get Self Help is a website based on CBT techniques and information.  It has a wide range of downloadable worksheets, lots of information on a range of disorders such as anxiety, depression, eating disorders, self-esteem and anger.  It also has links to other useful websites.

Moodjuice
www.moodjuice.scot.nhs.uk

Moodjuice is designed to offer information and advice to those experiencing troublesome thoughts, feelings and actions. From the site you are able to print off various self-help guides covering conditions such as depression, anxiety, stress, panic and sleep problems. In the site an individual can explore various aspects of life that may cause some distress and on the press of a button can obtain information on organisations, services and other self-help materials such as Self-Help Guides that can offer advice, support and information.

MoodGym
www.moodgym.anu.edu.au

This is a free, interactive programme from Australia which provides an evidence-based anonymous, interactive online facility for practicing strategies for tackling depression.  The online exercises are based on CBT and workbooks are anonymous and can be completed at your own pace.

CCI Health
www.cci.health.wa.gov.au

The Centre for Clinical Interventions (CCI) is a specialist state-wide program that is administered through North Metropolitan Health Services in Western Australia. It offers a clinical service for adults suffering from anxiety, mood and eating disorders. CCI has also developed a number of resources for consumers, mental health practitioners, and doctors, many of which are freely available through this website.

No More Panic
www.nomorepanic.co.uk

No More Panic provides information for suffers and carers of people with Panic, Anxiety, Phobias and OCD.  It aims to provide information, support and advice.  There is information on the website alongside a chat forum.

Living with Chronic Pain
www.paincd.org.uk

A psychologist working in pain management has made a self-help CD ("Living with Chronic Pain") - this is available to listen to or to download for free on this website.

Chronic Fatigue Information
http://www.kcl.ac.uk/projects/cfs/patients/

This is a useful website for CF which has a section providing information for patients and self help, covering sleep problems, mood and motivation and an overview of breaking the cycle which can all be printed off. It also has a section for health professionals.

Healthtalk
www.healthtalkonline.org

Film clips of people with pain talking about how they are affected and how they cope.

The Pain Toolkit
www.paintoolkit.org

A persistent pain problem can be difficult to understand and manage on an everyday basis.  The Pain Toolkit is a simple information booklet that could provide you with some handy tips and skills to support you along the way to managing your pain.  It is not meant to be the last word in pain self-management but a handy guide to get you started - all you need to be is willing to read it and take on board some of the suggestions.  Written by someone with persistent pain.

Self Help CD
www.paincd.org.uk/listen

Developed by Neil Berry, an NHS Consultant Clinical Psychologist with Hampshire Community Health Care in Southampton/Hythe, this link has 10 audio tracks to help you with living alongside chronic pain: living with chronic pain; regaining control of your body; sleep and diet; medication - friend or foe?; setting goals; managing negative emotions; learning to relax your body; relaxation in a nutshell; relaxation session - introduction; relaxation.



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