Free guides and workbooks for professionals, parents, young people and others interested in mental wellbeing.
All resources are available as free downloads, and some are available as printed copies. Hard copies can be ordered from our online shop.
We have lots more information and practical advice about mental health in our Information section.
Please note that resources are processed once a week by one of our office volunteers. We are taking care to follow government guidance and this means that there may be some delays in orders being dispatched.
Protecting your mental health: A practical guide for postgraduate research students in STEM
Advancing the mental health and wellbeing agenda
An emotionally healthy approach to GCSEs - A guide for parents
An emotionally healthy approach to GCSEs - A guide for teachers
Asking for help
Coping with self-harm
Coping with self-harm (Welsh)
Coronavirus: guide for line managers
Coronavirus: Quick tips for Line Managers
Five Ways to Wellbeing posters
Guide to depression for parents and carers
Guide to depression for parents and carers (Welsh)
Life after lockdown Wellbeing Action Plan
Looking after yourself during your GCSEs - A guide for pupils
Low mood poster
Making the move to university: care leavers
Making the move to university: international students
Making the move to university: LGBTQ+ students
Making the move to university: not fitting in
Making the move to university: students with adverse childhood experiences
Making the move to university: young carers
Patent and trade mark professionals
Social media and teenagers
Students Against Depression posters
Supervision in education
Supporting a child with anxiety
Supporting children returning to school (parents & carers)
Supporting children returning to school (teachers)
Taking care of your mental health for occupational health practitioners
Talking about suicide
Top Tips For Students
Warning signs poster
Wellbeing Action Plan (child)
Wellbeing Challenge 2021 home pack
Wellbeing Challenge 2021 school pack
Work from home wellbeing action plan
Young people who self-harm
Katie was an excellent trainer, she was incredibly clever, patient, and understanding. She clearly is passionate about the topic.from a line management service
Andy was enthusiastic and passionate. Staff and pupils found the workshops engaging and informative.from a head teacher
Dick was excellent. He shaped his presentation to suit his audience and responded to feedback from us to adapt his video so that it was perfect for his audiencefrom a teacher
Inspirational trainer who gave a powerful presentation and real, lived experience which helped me understand. Thank you Annabelle, you are making a difference to mental healthfrom a Year 4 teacher
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