Anxiety & Depression Organisations

Students against Depression – offers information & resources validated by health professionals alongside tips & advice from students who have experienced it themselves.

Anxiety UK – helps all those suffering with anxiety disorders. Self-help leaflets and contact lists as well as groups, counselling & email support. Section on young people and anxiety.

No Panic – a registered charity which helps people who suffer from panic attacks, phobias, OCD and other related anxiety disorders.

OCD-UK – Information & support for OCDs in children & young people. Useful guides including teens’, children’s & parents’ guides.

Apps Anxiety & Depression (Apps should not be used instead of professional support, but as an addition)

Mindshift – designed to help teens & young people cope with anxiety by teaching them how to relax, develop more helpful ways of thinking & identify active steps to help take charge of anxiety.

MoodKit – approved by NHS Choices, this app uses CBT principles to help people with depression & anxiety manage & track their moods. It has a ‘thought checker’ to identify negative thoughts & and ‘activities’ tool to suggest wellbeing activities.

SAM – self-help app for anxiety which includes a personal toolbox, negative thought buster, colouring exercise and information. It won Best Anxiety App 2016 in the Healthline awards.

Stop Panic and Anxiety Self-Help – an app for people experiencing panic attacks. It can provide immediate audio assistance during a panic attack & help prevent them occurring. It may not be suitable for all forms of anxiety.

Youper (for Social Anxiety) – helps those suffering from social anxiety to gain confidence in situations, using the principles of CBT, ACT (Acceptance Commitment Therapy) & MBSR (Mindfulness-based Stress Therapy). It aims to help people understand their anxiety, control it & then challenge it using real-life guided practice exercises.

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