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Useful links

Coping Strategies and Self Help:

CBT self help and resources
CBT skills, ‘living life to the full’ course
Free Mindfulness resources and guided meditation exercises

Coping strategies Apps for mobile devices 

Mind shift – designed to help teens and young adults cope with anxiety
What’s up – CBT and ACT methods for coping with depression, anxiety, anger, stress and more
Stop breathe and think meditation App
Smiling mind – meditation for young people
Headspace – mindfulness meditation
Pacifica anxiety management App
Handouts and online workbook / modules for Assertiveness, Depression, Body dysmorphia, health anxiety, low self esteem, disordered eating, bipolar disorder, panic attacks, perfectionism, social anxiety and worrying:
Information about types of Trauma, trauma responses, ways of coping with stress and treatment approaches
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder coping strategies and treatment
People who have been diagnosed with personality disorder

Chronic Fatigue There is a growing body of support for people with CFS, including charities such as Action for ME.
Association for Young People with ME (AYME):
Call 0330 2211223 Monday-Friday 10am-2pm
Chronic Pain  Call: 0300 123 0789 – 10am-4pm weekdays.  

Helplines and support forums

If you live in Kent or Medway and find yourself in urgent need of help, the ‘live it well’ website provides a clear summary of available free of charge services, who they may be appropriate for and how to get in touch

If you are struggling with suicidal thoughts, the Staying Safe website is designed to offer hope, compassion and practical ideas to help including making a safety plan

‘Sane’ offer emotional support and information.  Helpline available 6pm-11pm every evening 0300 304 7000 also 24hour online support forum

The Samaritans free 24hours a day UK helpline number- 116 123

National Domestic Violence help line: Free phone 0808 2000 247.