Patterns 4 Development

A therapy carried out by parents at home to help their child by mimicking activities that the brain would naturally develop without brain injury. This therapy helps with cognitive skills, physical movements and muscle development.

FOP Friends

A charity that supports families with the complicated journey of diagnosis and support, it encourages collective communication between families to enable a support network.

MGEDT (Men Get Eating Disorders Too)

MGEDT is an award winning charity run by men for  men who have experienced an eating disorder. They support men in the UK via support groups and their online support network.

Bipolar UK

Bipolar UK are a national charity that support people who have bipolar in a number of ways, they have online peer support section on their website that allows you to talk with other people who also have bipolar, they also have support groups in many areas and host an online forum that you can get involved with.

Aware NI (Northern Ireland)

Aware are a charity that support people with depression and mental health issues in Northern Ireland. They have an impressive 24 local support groups so theres bound to be one near you. They also deliver mental health and wellbeing sessions in schools and colleges.

Breathing Space (Scotland)

Breathing Space (Scotland) provides a 24 hour weekend, weekday evenings helpline for people looking for advice when life gets overwhelming.  They offer one to one support about any mental health issues including depression, anxiety, stress & low mood.


Moodswings are a Manchester based charity who help people of all ages deal with emotional problems, anxiety, stress and other mental health conditions.

They do this by providing a range of services including telephone support, mentorships and group sessions.


When life gets too much we can always turn to this amazing charity to help, a friendly voice is at the end of a free phone call to anyone in the UK with any kind of mental health concern, suicidal thought or more stress than you can manage on your own.

They also have over 200 community programmes that you can  visit and take part in.  Their volunteers also work in schools and colleges to help support the emotional wellbeing of children and young people across the whole of the UK.

Big White Wall

Big White Wall is a peer to peer support network for members. It’s a safe space to discuss any emotional problems and get advice on support on any kind of mental health concerns. There are also tools and advice available for you to access to help improve your wellbeing. This is a UK wide support website.

No More Panic

No More Panic’s website gives lots of advice about managing mental health conditions such as OCD, panic attacks, anxiety and phobias. There is a chat option as well as a forum if you wish to speak with other people facing the same issues.