There are lots of other organisations who can provide help, information and support. Click the link below for some of the local and national organisations available.
Mental Health Organisations
Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
Provides specialist mental health services to people in Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and the surrounding counties.
Buckinghamshire Mind provides support for a range of mental health disorders. Their web directory has further links to local services in Buckinghamshire.
The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
South Bucks Counselling
Wycombe Counselling Service
Aylesbury Mind Counselling
Relationship counselling and advise, sex therapy and mediation
Offers support to people with disabilities who are looking to investigate employment opportunities in Buckinghamshire
Support for family and friends
It can be really tough for the family and friends of someone experiencing depression, anxiety or stress. They often want to help, but are unsure how best to do this. Click on the links below to find out more about the support available for family and friends, and how they can help.
Carers Bucks is an independent charity that supports unpaid family carers in Buckinghamshire.
MIND is a charity that offers advice to those caring for someone experiencing anxiety or depression.
MIND also organises a befriending scheme:www.bucksmind.org.uk/befriending
Anxiety UK is a national registered charity for those affected by anxiety disorders. Below is a link to some information on their website about how family, friends and carers can support someone who is experiencing symptoms of anxiety.
The link below offers advice on supporting and caring for a friend or relative with symptoms of depression.
The Depression Alliance also offers information for people who are concerned about someone with depression.
Time to Change
Time to Change is a programme that focuses on putting a stop to stigma and discrimination associated with mental health. Their websitewww.time-to-change.org.uk provides information and advice about talking about mental health.
Last updated: 20 October, 2016