Aurora help people understand the past in order to learn new ways of facing the future. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is recognised by the Department of Health as the most effective form of psychotherapy for the widest range of emotional and mental health problems. The approach seeks to help people develop the awareness and skills they need to tackle the problems they face in everyday life. Aside from resolving their initial difficulties, people who complete therapy often report life-changing effects on their confidence, relationships and work life. Registered with the BABCP with an accredited therapist network.
British Association for Behaviour and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) is the lead organisation for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in the UK, where you can find out more information about CBT therapy and also find a registered therapist.
b-eat (formerly the Eating Disorders Association) is the UK’s leading eating disorders charity. The website includes information about eating disorders, a section specifically for young people, helpline phone numbers and information about other help and support available.
Providing a wealth of knowledge about all things nutrition. From what the different nutrients are and why they are vital, to how to devise a healthy well balanced meal plan.
Carers UK is an organisation offering support for carers.
If you suffer from clinical depression, the Learning Path will greatly improve your chances of beating it for good. Available by email and online, this is an extensive, clear and helpful self help course telling you exactly what depression is and the best ways to treat it.
A forum providing help and support for eating disorders including anorexia, bulimia and compulsive overeating. Part of Uncommonforum.
This ground-breaking audio course dispels the myths about hypnosis, tells you how to hypnotize, and contains an audio session to support each lesson, plus worksheets to help you learn.
Choose from over 500 professional hypnosis downloads, as well as CDs and DVDs from leading hypnotherapy educators Uncommon Knowledge. Find help for problems such as low self esteem and confidence, anxiety and depression, as well as specific hypnotic recordings for eating disorder issues.
Find a hypnotherapist in your area who has been trained and qualified by Uncommon Knowledge. The Uncommon Knowledge hypnotherapy training course is accredited by the two largest hypnotherapy organisations in the UK – the Hypnotherapy Association and the General Hypnotherapy Standards Council.
The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) produces guidelines on treatments for eating disorders and what you can expect from the NHS.
No More Panic provides information for sufferers and carers of people with anxiety, panic, phobias and obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). Their purpose is to provide members with support, advice and a chance to meet like minded people and make friends along the way. There is a message board, informative website and a chat room. NHS accredited.
PALS will provide you with information about the NHS and help you with any other health-related enquiry, or resolve concerns or problems when you are using the NHS. They will also provide information about the NHS complaints procedure and how to get independent help if you decide you may want to make a complaint. PALS can also inform you about how you can get more involved in your own healthcare and the NHS locally.
If panic attacks have been causing you problems or you are worried about panic disorder, then this course can help you today. Available by email and online, this course will tell you what is happening when you have a panic attack and give you self help techniques for getting rid of them.
Paul McKenna PhD is probably the UK’s best selling non-fiction author, and the world’s leading hypnotist and an expert in the power of the human mind. He appeared on television many times, not just in the UK but all over the world. You might like to check out the various books, CDs, downloads and DVDs available on his website.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists website includes information about eating disorders for the public, with information for parents, teachers and young people.
Increase self confidence and improve low self esteem with this free 6-part course. Receive the first instalment within a few minutes, followed by 6 weekly emails to help you build self confidence and beat low self esteem for good.