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Self-help resources

Websites

The websites below provide lots of information on a number of issues such as anxiety, drug abuse, self-harm and depression.
Each site brings together in-depth expertise of a specific topic to give you reliable information.

COVID-19 Psy

www.covid19-psy.lu

Anxiety UK

www.anxietyuk.org.uk

Prevention Depression

www.prevention-depression.lu

Prevention Suicide

www.prevention-suicide.lu

Prevention Panique

www.prevention-panique.lu

Self Harm UK

www.selfharm.co.uk

Students Against Depression

www.studentsagainstdepression.org

Student Minds

www.studentminds.org.uk

 

Apps

We’ve put together a list of free apps designed to help you with a variety of mental health and emotional wellbeing issues:

  • Breathe to Relax - Learn the stress management skill of diaphragmatic breathing
  • Calm Harm - Reduce urges to self-harm and manage emotions in a more positive way
  • Catch It - Learn to manage negative thoughts and look at problems differently
  • DistrACT - Quick and discreet access to information and advice about self-harm and suicidal thoughts
  • eQuoo: Emotional Fitness Games - Use adventure games designed by psychologists to help you increase your emotional fitness
  • Feeling Good: Positive Mindset - Use audio tracks to help relax your body and mind and build your confidence
  • Headspace - Guided meditation and mindfulness
  • Insight Timer - Guided meditations
  • Mindshift - Designed to help teens and young adults cope with anxiety
  • Petit Bamboo – Guided meditation
  • Stress and Anxiety Companion - Breathing exercises, relaxing music and games to help calm your mind and change negative thoughts
  • Student Health App - Reduce your worries, feel more confident and get the health information you need as a student
  • Thrive - Use games to track your mood and teach yourself methods to take control of stress and anxiety
  • WoeBot - A companion (Woebot!) who can help people with their mental health