Tools & Resources


 
 
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I’m an Obsesser.

When I found out about my Anxiety Disorder, I went in and scoured the internet for resources and information.

I’ve collected all the bits and pieces about Anxiety/Self-Help in my bookmarks folder for years so I wanted to share them with you.

If you’ve found any resources that have helped you and I haven’t listed them below, let me know and I’ll take a look.


THERAPY & HELP

If your Anxiety is affecting your day-to-day life, contact your GP (doctor).

NHS - Self referral for Psychological Therapy (or contact your local dr).

BACP - British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy. Find Counsellors in the UK

UKCP - UK Council for Psychotherapy. Find Licensed Therapists in the UK.

Talk to family, friends, your doctor, NHS 111, Samaritans or Mind (online tool or helplines).

BOOKS

I’m a huge fan of Audiobooks these days and I’m obsessed with these ones.

Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck - Mark Manson

How Not To Be A Boy - Robert Webb

Straight Jacket - Matthew Todd

Quiet - Susan Cain

PODCASTS

I love a good podcast, especially when I’m running or driving to work.

Man Talk - Jamie Day

The Anxiety Podcast - Tim JP Collins

Happy Place - Fearne Cotton

The Ground Up Show - Matt D’Avella

MEDITATION

Meditation has amazing benefits, that’s why I’m mad for it:

Calm App - Guided Meditations, Stories and Noises

Headspace - Similar to Calm.

MyNoise.net - I’ve been using this for years. My pre-saved noises are my go-to “focus” soundtracks.