Metal Health Resources

Recovery Can Be Beautiful

Resources from a selection of companies which bring health and happiness in beautiful packages

The Blurt Foundation

Useful for those suffering and for friends and family too. A huge range of advice and downloadable resources.

Breathe Magazine

Gorgeous illustrations, craft projects, articles. They also have a 52 week planner which breaks the year down into achievable goals.

A Hug In a Box

A Buddy Box is literally a gift to yourself every month, A hug in a box which contain all sorts of helpful and beautiful items.

Therapy And Other Resources

Better Help

Professional counselling online. Expensive but less so than regular therapy. I particularly appreciate the webinars on different subjects, such as trauma and self esteem.


Really helpful and practical advice, such as how to cope in the workplace, having access to the right information is vital. The site also includes helpful advice on giving support.


Similar to Mind, Rethink has a vast wealth of practical advice on living with mental illness. both websites offer great community support and can help put you in touch with the right people.

Eating Disorder Specific Resources

B-eat: Beating Eating Disorders

A huge community of people ready to help. It’s charity run and now sponsored by the Amy  Wine house foundation. Their  helpline saved me from going off the edge. There provide also some really good resources for coping with Christmas.

NHS overcoming eating disorders 

The NHS have a wealth of information though sifting through the sheer volume  can sometimes be  a little daunting. It was my doctor who put me onto the my local eating disorder clinic, but if yours is being less than helpful I recommend you check here.

Eating Disorder Support

Basically a goldmine of helpful resources, nicely set out and easy to navigate. Support is provided via a confidential phone helplineemail support, or online self-help group meetings.

In this uncertain time there is an increased need for mental health support for BIPOC check the link below for specific resources