If you are consulting a Medium like myself, it is possible that you may be suffering from the loss of someone or something close to you, you may also be going through a period of stress or mental health and bereavement anguish. No matter what age we are, we all sometimes need a little help.
We may not even recognise the symptoms ourselves, it may take others to kindly lead us in the direction of recovery.
I have put together a list of helpful resources that can just help you to take that first step to finding the help that you or another may need.
So here are some Mental Health and Bereavement helpful links
Recommended Resources Helpful Links - Mental Health and Bereavement Services
"Having good mental health helps us relax more, achieve more and enjoy our lives more. We have expert advice and practical tips to help you look after your mental health and wellbeing."
"Stem4 is a charity that promotes positive mental health in teenagers and those who support them including their families and carers, education professionals, as well as school nurses and GPs through the provision of mental health education, resilience strategies and early intervention."
"Child Bereavement UK helps children, parents and families to rebuild their lives when a child grieves or when a child dies. We support children and young people up to the age of 25 who are facing bereavement, and anyone affected by the death of a child of any age."
"Calm Harm is an award-winning app developed for teenage mental health charity stem4 by Dr Nihara Krause, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, using the basic principles of an evidence-based therapy called Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT)."
"The fear of threat, or anxiety, is like a strong gust of wind. It drags you in and makes you want to fight it or run away. Instead, face your fear with the free Clear Fear app and learn to reduce the physical responses to threat as well as changing thoughts and behaviours and releasing emotions."
"When a child or young person has a diagnosed mental health condition, families and friends want to support them in the best way but also know when to step back. Combined Minds uses a ‘Strengths-Based’ Approach which has been shown to be effective in recovery. This approach focusses on the positive attributes of the person and builds on resourcefulness and resilience."