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Worcestershire Healthy Minds relaxation CD

1. Progressive Muscle Relaxation
2. Seven Eleven Breathing Technique
3. Mindfulness of Breath Exercise
4. Guided Imagery
5. Compassionate Mindfulness

Moodscope: www.moodscope.com
This website aims to help people with low mood and depression to manage their moods by tracking their moods and using a buddy support system. 

MoodGYM: www.moodgym.anu.edu.au
Interactive website that aims to reduce depression and anxiety symptoms and consists of five modules to work through.

Living Life to the Full: www.llttf.com
A life skills course based on Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) covering areas such as tackling difficult situations and building confidence.

GET Self Help: www.getselfhelp.co.uk
A range of Cognitive Behavioural resources including information leaflets and workbooks.

CCI: www.cci.health.wa.gov.au
The website provides a number of modular workbooks covering topics such as depression, anxiety and assertiveness.

SAMARITANS: 24 hour, freephone confidential telephone, email and text message service: 116 123, jo@samaritans.orgwww.samaritans.org.uk 

NHS: 24 hour national helpline providing health advice and information. 111 (free call from landline or mobile): www.nhs.uk

Big White Wall: 24 hour staffed, online community of support for people in psychological distress: www.bigwhitewall.com. To access Big White Wall call us on 01905 766124 to self-refer.

Mind InfoLine: Helpline open Mon-Fri 9-6, (except bank holidays): 0300 1233393, www.mind.org.uk Email: Info@mind.org.uk Text 86463

GP: request an emergency appointment

Saneline: Out of hours telephone helpline, 7 days a week, 6pm-11pm: 0300 304 7000 www.sane.org.uk 

Stay Alive App: A suicide prevention pocket resource. Offers help and support and can be personalised for and by individuals: go to www.prevent-suicide.org.uk 

Befrienders Worldwide: Befrienders work to reduce suicide across 40 countries: www.befrienders.org