Useful Links


This page contains links to resources, websites and agencies which you may find useful. If you are in immediate need of help, please call 999, contact someone you trust, or call Samaritans on 116 123


Counselling Directory 

  • provides an excellent search facility to find counsellors and therapists near you

  • have a great guide to different types of therapy, to help you understand what approach will be right for you


The British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy is the organisation which registers and maintains standards for  most counsellors. 

  • They have a similar guide to counselling.
  • You can find the Ethical Framework which I adhere to, and explains what you can expect from me.
  • If you have a complaint about me which you feel I have not dealt with adequately, you can contact the BACP.


  • provides CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) self-help tools, including sections on problems including anxiety, anger and depression, and 'solutions' including relaxation techniques, mindfulness, behaviour diaries etc. The website looks like it was designed in the '90s, but the information is pretty up to date.


  • Downloadable pdf self-help workbooks from the NHS for a range of issues including sleep, stress, depression, anxiety and more.

Mindful Magazine

  • If you're interested in mindfulness, this magazine is a good place to start, with lots of simple articles explaining how to use mindfulness in everyday life.

Pages on this website

I have put together some short articles that explain a little about common mental health issues. Click on the links below to find out more: