Resources

Below are some useful resources for specific conditions or if you want to do some more in depth reading.

If you are in crisis some helpful phone numbers are listed:

 

Crisis Numbers

Samaritans 116123

NHS helpline 111

 

Websites

www.patient.co.uk

www.nhs.uk – NHS Choices

www.nhs.uk/oneyou – Public Health England campaign to help adults live more healthily

www.moodjuice.scot.nhs.uk  – Self-directed CBT

www.mind.org.uk – Mental Health Charity offering support and resources

www.cruse.org.uk – Bereavement support

www.relate.org.uk – Relationship counselling

www.britishpainsociety.org

www.macmillan.org.uk – Cancer support services

www.fmauk.org – UK Fibromyalgia charity

www.actionforme.org.uk – M.E

www.migranetrust.org

www.mndassociation.org – Motor Neuron Disease Association

www.actionms.co.uk – Action MS (Multiple Sclerosis)

www.scope.org.uk

www.disbilityrights.org

www.arthritisresearchcampaign.co.uk

www.burningnightscrps.org – Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk

www.samaritans.org

www.bigwhitewall.com – Safe online community for people who are anxious

www.talktofrank.com – drugs and alcohol support website

www.carersuk.org – Support for carers

 

Please note all links web-links were current at time of going to print.

 

Ask about peer support groups at your GP surgery. If they do not have any, you could enquire about starting one.

 

Further Reading:

A Little Light on Spiritual Laws:  Diana Cooper, Findhorn Press 2007

You Can Heal Your Life:  Louise Hay, Hay House 1984

Women Who Run With the Wolves: Clarisa Pinkola Estes, Ballantine 1992

Ageless Body, Timeless Mind: Deepak Chopra, RIDER 1993

The Inner Consultation: Roger Neighbour, Radcliffe 2004

 

 

 

References

Miller, N. 1992. Behaviour to Brain to health.  In: Samson, F and Adel, G. eds. The Neurosciences: Paths of Discovery, I. Boston: Birkhauser, pp. 283-305.