General resources

General support resources such as information from other colleges, videos, podcasts and more. Free of charge and available to everyone.

Useful Workbooks:

A guide to living with worry and anxiety

guide_to_living_with_worry_and_anxiety_amidst_global_uncertainty_en-gb.pdf-2 (PDF, 1 MB)

How to beat the winter blues workbook (Wellness Society)

How-to-Beat-the-Winter-Blues (PDF, 1 MB)

Managing Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook

Managing-Coronavirus-Anxiety-Workbook-Recovery-College (PDF, 550 KB)

The Sleep Workbook

SLEEP-WORKBOOK-a-self-help-guide-V6-20pgs_no-crops (PDF, 1 MB)

The Mindfulness Guide

Mindfulness-guide (PDF, 1 MB)

Thriving with nature Guidebook

Thriving-With-Nature-Guidebook-Digital-Copy (PDF, 5 MB)


 

12 Days of Wellness free download:

12-Days-of-Wellness-Workbook-211220-FINAL (PDF, 567 KB)

Tees Esk and Wear Valley NHS Foundation Trust “Recovery College Online”

VISIT HERE

Mind – national Mental Health charity with Information on Mental Health Conditions, advice and support.

VISIT HERE

NHS website for Self-help guides on all matters relating to mental health

VISIT HERE

 Public Health website created with NHS experts with practical tips to help you look after your mental health and wellbeing

VISIT HERE



South Yorkshire’s Homeless Survival Guide

 

Visit Website Here


Refugee Council – Barnsley Refugee Advice Project

 

Click link here


Barnsley Food Bank

 

Click link here


The Well for Wellbeing

 

Click link here



Men’s Advice Line

 

Click link here


Beacon South Yorkshire


Walking With the Wounded

 

Click link here


Barnsley Recovery Steps

 

Click link here

 


Umbrella

 

Click link here


Reds in the Community

 

Click link here

 


Barnsley Carers Service

View leaflet here



Barnsley Advocacy Service

 

Click link here


IAPT


Age UK Barnsley

 

Click link here


Yorkshire Cancer Community

 

Click link here



Resources to help me meditate:

With 1 million subscribers to their YouTube channel The Honest Guys have plenty of meditations to choose from.

https://www.youtube.com/user/TheHonestGuys

NHS site about mindfulness with advice and further links https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/mindfulness/



Norfolk and Suffolk Recovery College have been looking at the five different processes of recovery known as CHIME (Connectedness, Hope and optimism, Identity, Meaning in life and Empowerment). Why not find out more…

CHIME training workbook (DOCX, 423 KB)

 

Blurt Foundation (a social enterprise dedicated to helping those affected by depression) has produced a free downloadable resource library, including information on self-care, crisis planning and supporting someone who has depression).

Visit to download