Here are some additional viewing options that you may wish to review. Some are general, some are specific. Please refer to the information provided.
How to deal with suicidal thoughts
How to get through the crisis moment (the next minute)
How and why to make a suicide safety plan
Click here to link to the online (electronic) or downloadable Safety Plan referenced in the video above.
What’s recovery like ?
Why we need to talk about suicide
Struggling with thoughts of suicide ?
Why people might want to take their own life and what you can do about it
If this is how you are feeling then it could be time to talk to someone. Check out the contact information at these sites below.
Also use the helplines shown here in our ‘helplines page’.
Self care and your wellbeing during difficult times
Random acts of kindness improve your wellbeing
Tough to talk
Mental Health Help – 7 Top Tips
Learn to love yourself
Being compassionate to ourselves
3 top tips for confidence
You are not your thoughts
How to deal with emotions (and not bottle them up)
Handling negative thoughts
Reframe unhelpful thoughts
Tips to cope with stress
How to cope with anxiety
Body scan meditation
A simple relaxation or grounding strategy
Self-soothe boxes – what, why how ?
Below are some videos on specific topics such as self harm and anxiety (see the titles) but first here’s a link to ‘Local mental health advice and help for young people under 25 in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire‘ where you can select a topic to see videos and other materials to help you.
Advice on multiple scenarios
Talking about self harm
Coping with self harm
Understanding anxiety and depression
Feeling anxious? Ideas to cope with anxiety
OCD is Not Me
BDD Because I’m ugly
Emotional Theory comes alive
Understanding adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)
Asking an adult for help
Bottling up emotions
Importance of talking
Visiting your General Practitioner: A guide for young people with lived experience of self-harm and suicidality
What happens when I visit the Doctor
Coping with exams
Coping with exam stress
We would always urge you to talk to someone – it’s Why Talking Fixes. Talking with someone who is there to support you can guide you most effectively to positive solutions and positive outcomes.
Just need to let you know that all materials referenced below are to help you to help someone and that Will Garvey Trust Foundation cannot be responsible for their content or use. Here we provide links (signposts) for you, for example to other websites, videos and podcasts provided by other organisations and groups. Please use the information and resources responsibly and review any policies or disclaimers applicable at the referenced sites.