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Self Help UK
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Self Help Groups

  • Borderline UK

    national organisation for those diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder
  • BPDWORLD

    BPDWORLD is here for one and all, our information focuses on borderline personality disorder (BPD) but we have a lot of information available to all, including depression, self-harm, anxiety and much more. We pride our selves on offering you the best support services available on the net with...
  • Break Free

    Break Free provides self-help aids to sufferers of panic attacks and negative obsessional health related thoughts.
  • British Hypnotherapy Association

    Help in understanding and resolving your emotional problems, relationship difficulties, psychosexual conditions, phobias, anxiety, from experienced practitioners with at least four years of relevant training.
  • British Psychodrama Association

    The British Psychodrama Association is principally a professional organisation offering services for members. The website includes information mainly for professionals but does include some information of more general interest, including the following topics: What is psychodrama? Who is...
  • British Society of Hypnotherapists

    Providing information to the public about hypnotherapy, how to find a hypnotherapist
  • C.A.L.L. Helpline

    Mental Health Telephone Helpline for North and Mid Wales providing emotional support, information on services and free literature
  • CALM - Campaign Against Living Miserably

    CALM targets young men, aged 15-35, at the start of depression or crisis. Callers are offered free and confidential advice, support and information via a helpline and website.
  • Candid (Counselling And Diagnosis In Dementia)

    Aims to increase access to advice and diagnosis for people under the age of 65 with dementia.
  • CAUSE

    CAUSE is a Northern Ireland charity directed and staffed by past and present carers. They provide practical and emotional support to relatives and carers of people with serious mental illness. CAUSE's help takes many forms - carer support by carer advocates, telephone helpline, educational...