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There are lots of other organisations who can provide help, information and support. Please see below for some of the local and national organisations available.

Computerised CBT Websites

A self-help program to teach cognitive behaviour therapy skills to people vulnerable to depression and anxiety.

Living Life To The Full
An online course that aims to help you to identify and overcome emotional problems. The course, which you can complete at your own pace, helps you to develop good coping skills


Mood Juice
This website offers self-help literature on a variety of issues including anger, anxiety, assertiveness, bereavement, depression, insomnia, obsessions and compulsions, panic, post-traumatic stress, shyness and social phobia.

This site will tell you all about common stress problems and give you some ideas on how best to tackle them.

Employment Support

Offers support to people with mental health problems who are looking to investigate employment opportunities in Oxfordshire

Mental Health Organisations

Oxford Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma.  A specialist Oxford University based service currently running a treatment programme for individuals with Social Anxiety.

Website: OxCADAT.

Oxfordshire Mind
Oxfordshire Mind provides support for a range of mental health disorders. Their website has further links to local services in Oxfordshire.

National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence
NICE provide information about evidence based treatment of depression and anxiety disorders.

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
Provides specialist mental health services to people in Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and the surrounding counties.

Improving Access to Psychological Therapies

Counselling support

The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy

Principal Medical Limited

PML offers brief counselling therapy in GP practices across Oxfordshire.


Help is at Hand

If you, or someone you know has been bereaved by suicide, Help is at Hand offers practical and emotional information and support. The guide has been developed by people who have lost people to suicide, with support from experts at Public Health England and the National Suicide Prevention Alliance.


Last updated: 21 September, 2018

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