View our suite of information resources.
Anxiety and how to handle it
In stressful situations we all get anxious, and that’s completely normal. At times the level of anxiety can be too high for us to get on with everyday life. This pamphlet provides useful information on how to recognise anxiety, how to manage your anxiety, and how to reach out for help.
Borderline Personality Disorder
Borderline personality disorder is a pattern of having very unstable relationships, having difficulty controlling emotions and thoughts, and behaving recklessly or impulsively. This pamphlet provides useful information on the symptoms, causes and treatments as well as how you could support a family member or friend who may be recovering from BPD.
Talking to your parents or the other people you live with about the hard things - sex, drugs, trouble with police, bad reports & exam results, bullying, feeling bad about yourself, violence - can be really difficult. This pamphlet gives you some ideas and places to start with having these conversations.
Late Life Depression
Depression is more than an 'attack of the blues'. Depression is a state of persistent and ongoing unhappiness. Many older people experience depression and it often goes undetected and untreated. This pamphlet provides useful information on how to recognise depression, it's causes, and where to get help.
Men and Depression
Depression affects all ages, races and economic groups and both men and women. It is thought that men experience depression just as often as women, but they are less likely to ask for help. This pamphlet provides useful information on what depression is, its symptoms, the treatment options available, self-help tips, and how to get help.
Living through postnatal depression can be one of the most overwhelming, frightening and debilitating experiences a woman can have. This pamphlet provides information on PND, its related conditions and how to get support and help.
With such a huge demographic shift, encouraging people to plan for their wellbeing in retirement (or when easing off the work pedal a little) as early as possible, can help make this often-difficult life transition much easier. This pamphlet provides useful information about this important next step.
Stress and how to handle it
Stress is a natural occurrence in a life and everyday stress is necessary for growth and development. The danger lies in too much stress or prolonged stress. This pamphlet provides useful information on what contributes to stress, the warning signs to watch for and how to manage you stress.
Having bipolar is more than a temporary feeling of being depressed when you are stressed out, or of feeling great when something goes really well. The difference with bipolar is that these feelings are extreme and continual, and you can either feel really happy, energetic and “high” or really miserable and depressed, or “low”. This brochure provides information on bipolar, the treatments available and some self-help tips.