Self-help resources can be a good way to find out information and provide guidance on a problem you may be having. They should not be used instead of seeking professional help, but rather can be used whilst you wait on being referred to a GP or counselling. Wellbeing Glasgow has a variety of useful guides on many topics such as: 


Moodjuice is a self-help website developed by the Forth Valley NHS. The site allows users to explore many areas which are common for people to have difficulties with such as; Bereavement, Obsessions and compulsions, Assertiveness and Stress. Whilst you can look at each guide offering self-help strategies, there are also useful links to literature and organisations which offer support. To have a look at the Moodjuice website, click here.

Living Life to the Full (LLTTF)

Living Life is a self-help website which was created by an accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapist. LLTTF offers a wide range of online courses to help people understand and cope with various difficulties. Signing up is free and you will be able to choose which course you would like to try. There are a wide range of courses to choose from such as; overcoming stress and low mood, living with long term conditions, coping with dental anxiety and coping with being a new parent. To find out more information about LLTTF and to access the courses, click here.