Crisis lines: help for suicidal thoughts:
Whatever you’re going through, call us free any time, from any phone on 116 123.
We’re here round the clock, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. If you need a response immediately, it’s best to call us on the phone. This number is FREE to call. You don’t have to be suicidal to call us.
0300 555 0334. This line is open 24 hours a day, every day.
For Young People:
1 2 1 confidential online support
Advice & support for young people (under 35’s) and parents on Self-Harm, Depression, Anxiety, Wellbeing Apps.
0800 068 41 41
Mon-Fri 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
Weekends 2:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Bank Holidays 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm
TEXT: 07786 209697
Off the Record Bristol:
Help Counselling Bristol:
For survivors of sexual assault and rape:https://www.sarsas.org.uk/self-help-guides/
Reactions to Trauma
For adult survivors of childhood abuse: sexual, physical, emotional, neglect, domestic:
0808 801 0331
10am-9pm Mon-Thu & 10am-6pm on Fridays.
I Had a Black Dog by Matthew Johnstone (2007)
Books on Trauma Recovery:
8 Keys to Safe Trauma Recovery: Take-charge Strategies to Empower Your Healing (8 Keys to Mental Health)
Trauma is Really Strange by Steve Haines (2015)
The Compassionate Mind Approach to Recovering from Trauma: Series editor, Paul Gilbert (Compassion Focused Therapy)
by Deborah Lee and Sophie James (2012)
The Compassionate Mind Workbook: A step-by-step guide to developing your compassionate self
by Chris Irons & Elaine Beaumont (2016)
by Sue Patton Thoele (2016)
Resilient; Find Your Inner Strength
Rick Hanson (2018)
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