Self-help plays a valuable part in a number of the treatments that we offer. It allows you to understand your problems on a deeper level. It can speed up your recovery and can give you the tools to tackle problems by yourself.
Useful online resources
Citizens Advice offers free and confidential advice online, over the phone and in person. They can help with issues around work, money, housing, family, consumer issues, law, immigration and health. It's usually best to contact a Citizens Advice based in your local council area.
Connect to Support Lincolnshire
Connect to Support Lincolnshire is an online information and advice library, community directory and marketplace. This website is intended for adults who want to find out about local groups, activities and services within the community.
Relate is a counselling service. It offers advice and support to people who are experiencing relationship problems.
GamCare is the leading UK provider of free information, advice and support for anyone harmed by gambling.
We Are With You
Free, confidential advice and support with alcohol, drugs or mental health from local services or online. We Are With You can provide individual and group support as well as online chats.
b-eat provide helplines, online support and a network of UK-wide self-help groups. It helps adults and young people in the UK beat their eating disorders
OCD-UK is dedicated to improving the mental health and well-being of almost one million people in the UK whose lives are affected by Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.
The Sleep Charity
Sleep problems often occur when we are struggling with problems such as depression or anxiety. Sleep is a very important aspect of maintaining good physical and mental health. The quality of your sleep can affect your mood, energy levels and concentration on a day-to-day basis.
This site offers advice on how to improve your sleep.
A range of information and resources about all aspects of the NHS and healthcare.
NHS One You - Every Mind Matters
Get expert advice, practical tips and a personalised action plan.
Lincolnshire Recovery College
Lincolnshire Recovery College offer free educational courses about mental health, recovery, and wellbeing. The College is open to anyone who is age 16+ who lives, works or studies in Lincolnshire.
steps2change mindfulness and relaxation
Listen to steps2change mindfulness relaxation sequences on SoundCloud.
Night Light Cafes
Night Light Cafés are safe spaces. They offer an out-of-hours, non-clinical support service. Cafes are staffed by teams of trained volunteers who are available to listen.
Podcasts and videos from Mental Health Foundation
The Mental Health Foundation provide a range of podcasts and video. These cover topics such as mindfulness, wellbeing, stress, and relaxation.