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Immediate risk of death - call 999

Self Help Services - Crisis Support 0300 003 7029 

Samaritans - Dial 116 123 or visit their website

Support phone lines:

SANEline 0300 304 7000 - open 4.30-10.30pm daily

HOPEline 0800 068 41 41 - suicide prevention for 18-35s

CALM 0800 58 58 58 - male suicide prevention, 5pm -midnight

Local services:

Check Hub of Hope website for services near you.

42nd Street - for 13 to 25 year olds

Mind in Salford - mental health charity

The Angel Centre, Salford - various wellbeing services

Self Help Services - counselling & support

End The Fear - domestic abuse support 

Mental Health information & guidance

MIND charity

Anxiety UK

Mental Health Foundation

Time to change

Relate - relationship support

CALM - men's mental health

Be an active participant in your own rescue

Support for the LGBTQ+ community

Click below for a free resource download including helplines, charities & organisations that support and advise anyone exploring their gender or sexuality as well as LGBTQ+ people needing support. 
Also includes TV, podcast, book and social media recommendations.

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Resources for LGBTQ+ allies

Click below for a free resource download for anyone wanting to support an LGBTQ+ person in their lives or just be a good ally in general.
Also includes TV, podcast, book and social media recommendations.

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In an ideal world we'd all be taught how to take care of our mental health in school and have free, easy access to counselling when we need it. I know this is not the case for many, so my small way of helping is to create affordable resources to help you educate and support yourself.

I'm always adding to what's available, so far I have created:

  • Mindful Walking Guide (5 page PDF)

  • Mindful Walking Audio Guide

  • Managing Change workshop

  • RAINN kit

  • 'Guide to Keeping on Top of Shit' - Window of Tolerance explanation (PDF)

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Find me on Insight Timer


I'm building a collection of free guided meditations and walks on Insight Timer, one of the worlds biggest meditation apps. Here's my collection so far:

  • Mindful Nature Walk

  • Morning Mindful Nature Walk

  • Mindfulness of Breath

Media recommendations

There's so many affordable and accessible ways to improve and maintain your mental health - here's a few that I've enjoyed and found helpful to get you started:


Ten Percent Happier with Dan Harris - meditation, happiness and wellbeing with a practical and evidenced based approach with real depth.

All In The Mind (BBC radio 4) - an array of fascinating subjects connected to the brain, psychology and mental health. There's always something educational and entertaining to listen to.

Delicious Ways To Feel Better with Ella Mills - some brilliant guests on this show which has a calm and approachable feel to it.

Healing with David Kessler - a focus on loss and bereavement. David is an exceptionally kind soul and it's always a balm listening to him and his guests.

Where Should We Begin with Esther Perel - the OG of relationship therapy, there's no-one more emotionally intelligent and experienced in her field; you will learn so much!

Feel Better Live More with Dr Chatterjee - so many topics covered here with guests at the top of their field. In depth conversations that really get to the core of issues, whilst offering realistic suggestions to apply to your day to day life.



The Happy Newspaper - a much needed reminder that there is much good in the world.

Rise of Happiness - free wellbeing magazine with great content; read online copy or ask to borrow my physical one when you come for a session.

Breathe - beautifully put together mindfulness magazine with quality articles to inspire, entertain and educate.


Insight Timer - the biggest free meditation app going; loads of brilliant teachers - do take the time to find some you like. I have some recordings on there and I also recommend my own teacher, and friend, John Siddique.

Bipolar UK mood tracker - great for tracking your emotions so you can notice patterns and share info with healthcare providers.

Happify - I haven't tried this myself but have heard good things about reducing negative thoughts and boosting mood.

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I used to be a bookseller and I'm still a keen reader so I'm a big advocate for reading for wellbeing, wether that's to educate yourself or simply for pleasure. You can visit my book recommendations on where I have categories on all things psychology and wellbeing as well as fiction recommendations.

Disclosure: If you buy books linked to our site, we may earn a commission from, whose fees support independent bookshops

Daydreaming with a Book

I often share resources such as books, podcasts, local services, TED talks, apps etc on my Instagram account.
Connect with me @natalierossiterwellbeing

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