Support with your Mental health

The last year as been extremely difficult for us all.

It has caused many of us to feel anxious, low and lonely.

Many of you with existing Mental Health issues may have found these to worsen during this time.

All of us at Moss Grove are here to help you manage and cope with these issues.

Below is a list of groups and self-help sites that can help, along with contact details for Dudley talking therapies and Seisdon wellbeing support which you can access yourselves.

Please get in touch if you feel your mental health is worsening or you need further support.

Resources

Common mental health problems

Young person’s support

Older persons support

Books- should be available from local libraries or amazon

  • Overcoming depression (Paul Gilbert)
  • Overcoming anxiety (Helen Kennerley)
  • Overcoming Low self esteem (Melanie Fennell
  • Overcoming Health anxiety (David Veale and Rob Wilson)
  • Overcoming Binge eating ( Christopher G Fairburn)
  • Overcoming OCD (David Veale and Rob Wilson)
  • Overcoming worry and Generalised anxiety disorder (Mark Freeston and Kevin Meares)
  • Overcoming unwanted intrusive thoughts (Sally M Winston and Martin Seif)
  • Overcoming perfectionism (Sarah Egan Wade)
  • Overcoming Panic A self-help guide using cognitive behavioural techniques (by Prof Vijaya Manicavasagar and Prof Derrick Silove)

Therapy

  • The number for the Dudley Talking therapy service is: 0800 953 0404 -16+ school leavers for therapy
  • The number for Seisdon Wellbeing team is: 01785 783031 (South Staffs)

Private therapy

Drug and alcohol

Bereavement

Help in a crisis

Domestic abuse

Gambling

Parenting and family support

  • Family Lives helplines
    Helpline and website that provides lots of information and support to parents and families, their advice includes communicating with teenagers, school issues, bullying, parenting, family life, divorce and separation, pregnancy and birth and advice for becoming a Dad.
    They have online parenting courses, videos and online live chats.
    Contact details
    Phone 0808 800 2222 Monday to Friday 9am-9pm Saturday and Sunday 10am -3pm
    Website www.familylives.org.uk

Employment support

Perinatal