“My reaction to getting a diagnosis was extreme relief – now I understood.” – Nicci

Overview

If you are concerned about your mental health, or just want to improve your wellbeing, there are lots of things you can do right now. Finding useful information, chatting online with peers and professionals and downloading apps are a few initial steps you can take.

Everyone’s situation and needs are different, so what is useful right now will be different from one person to the next.

Digital mental health resources can often be just as effective as talking to someone face-to-face. So if you’re not comfortable talking to someone in person, that may be the way to go. Whatever you choose, trust is a very important factor.

There is plenty of information available to help you get started; we have some resources further down this page. We also have information on seeking support, and a page where you can find digital services and resources.

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Page last updated 28th September 2017