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Mental Health Useful Websites

With U In Mind

This is an informative website about all the CAMHS within Pennine NHS. It also provides sections on a range of mental health difficulties and some coping strategies. There is a parent and young person section.

Young Minds

This site offers information, advice and support for parents, carers and young people in supporting the mental health and emotional wellbeing of children.

Royal College of Psychiatrists

This is the professional body responsible for education, training, setting and raising standards in psychiatry. The website provides advice and resources for service users, parents, and professionals on a range of mental health difficulties.

NHS Self Help

This website provides self-help literature and work books on a range of mental health difficulties such as stress, anxiety and depression.

Harmless and The Site

Both these websites offer information, support and consultation to young people who self-harm.

Anxiety BC

This site offers practical step-by-step advice on dealing with anxiety and panic attacks.

Mood Juice

This site offers advice and self help on how to cope with troublesome thoughts and feelings.


This site offers information and advice on all aspects of eating disorders.


The National Autistic Society Website offers help, advice and information for young people and their family members.

ADHD Information Service

ADDISS is a registered charity providing information and resources about ADHD for parents, sufferers, teachers and health professionals.

42nd Street

This organisation provides advice, a helpline and individual counselling and group support to Trafford young people aged from 14 to 25.


This is a general website full of information about all aspects of health issues. 


The National Institute of Health and Care Excellence are responsible for looking at what treatments are offered to patients and produce reports to show which treatment are most helpful and those that are not.

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