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Self Help UK

Self Help Groups

  • Philadelphia Association

    The Philadelphia Association was founded in 1965 by RD Laing and others to challenge accepted ways of understanding and treating mental and emotional suffering. This continues to be our aim.
  • Phobic Action

  • Phobic Trust

  • Phobics' Society


    A mutual and self help Support group for women who suffer or survived Post Natal Illness (Post Natal Depression, Puerperal Psychosis PNI , PND, PP) We are a web based support group with funding from the NHS, donations and other organisations. We run a busy online forum a chat area and an email...
  • Post-Natal Illness, Association for

    Countrywide network of phone and postal volunteers who have had and recovered from post-natal depression. Helps support and educate women who are suffering from post-natal depression. Aims to increase public awareness of the illness and encourage research
  • Power Essence

    Radically different approach to self help with Free articles, e-books, newsletters, quotes, links and forum. Become a genius, find your passion, eliminate depression, find romance, achieve ultimate success!
  • Priory Group

    The Priory Group is Europe's leading independent provider of acute and secure mental health, complex care, neuro-rehabilitation and specialist educational services. Priory operates a national network of acute hospitals that provide psychiatric services for people with conditions such as:...
  • Rethink Mental Illness

    Rethink, the leading national mental health membership charity, works to help everyone affected by severe mental illness recover a better quality of life. We provide hope and empowerment through effective services and support to all those who need us and campaign for change through greater...
  • Rochdale & District Mind

    Rochdale and District Mind was established in 1988 by people with lived experience of mental distress. Our vision is of a society that promotes and protects good mental health for all and that treats people with experience of mental distress fairly, positively and with respect. The need and...