Self-help websites


Useful websites that provide further information on a range of support topics.

Topics include self-harm, disordered eating and drugs and alcohol.

Anxiety, anger, panic, stress content

Anxiety, anger, panic, stress

Anxiety, anger, panic, stress

  1. Moodjuice - Self help website for both young people and professionals. Workbooks available on a number of topics including anger, panic, anxiety, stress, chronic pain, bereavement, phobias, depression, obsession and compulsions, sleep, shyness and addiction. 

  2. AyeMind - Created by greater Glasgow & Clyde for young people and professionals with the aim to improve MH and wellbeing. Suitable for young people aged 13-21. Includes blogs, stories and a database of online resources. 

  3. NHS Moodzone - Includes resources that explain psychotherapy, depression, anxiety, CAMHS, bullying, cyber bullying, drugs and relationships. Also has resources for understanding and managing mood. Self-help videos/audio guides links available. 

  4. Thriving adolescent - Self help website for teenagers. Resources from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for young people. Includes downloadable mindfulness recordings, videos and books. 

Disordered Eating content

Disordered Eating

Disordered Eating

  1. Beat


Drugs/Legal Highs content