Self-help therapy is easy and convenient to use, you can do it in your own time, when it suits you.
Here, you can access online self-help tools to expand your knowledge and understanding about yourself. There is a mental wellbeing quiz, designed to guide you to useful resources that can help you better understand how you feel.
Online self-help therapy has some advantages over professional face-to-face counselling. It’s easy and convenient to use as you can do it in your own time, when it suits you.
Self-help therapy may not be the complete answer to specific problems but they can be really helpful while you’re on the waiting list for help.
There are lots of online short courses, information, advice and guidance and links to specialist providers, all designed to help you.
Topics covered include depression, anxiety, stress, confidence and sleeping problems. More are available on the Moodzone website.
* Self-help therapy is generally only suitable for people with mild to moderate mental health issues.