Adolescent Suicide: What Are The Warning Signs?

Anxiety, Panic Attacks Treatments  Disorders such as depression, anxiety and phobias are commonplace and in most cases readily treatable. Come here for knowing more on anxiety depression treatment.

A-Z Phobias  This informative site contains an alphabetical listing of phobic disorders and problems and how they can be treated. This site also features online support by means of articles, phobia discussions, self help tips, help groups, etc.

Bereavement Counselling  An online directory of UK Counsellor and Psychotherapists enabling those in distress to find a therapist close to them and appropriate for their needs. This is a free, confidential service that will hopefully encourage those in distress to seek help.

Beareavement Online Support Group  A community of patients, family members and friends dedicated to dealing with Bereavement, together.

Bullying and Suicide

Children and Depression  Misconceptions, symptoms and treatment 

Counselling Directory (UK) A comprehensive service that provides counselling advice and information - connecting those in distress with the largest support network in the UK.

Help for Depression Help for Depression provides a very comprehensive explanation of the various approaches and treatments for depression as a critical starting point for individuals and/or their loved ones.

FRANK  Frank is a confidential, anonymous, discreet and well-informed friend, ready to offer advice, information and support about drugs.  Frank is available at the end of the phone (0800 77 66 00), on the web (www.talktofrank.com) or by e-mail (frank@talktofrank.com). 

Kids in Trouble Help Page  A Kids & Teens guide to Child Abuse, Depression, Suicide and Runaway Resources.

Papyrus  PAPYRUS was founded in 1997 by Jean Kerr, a mother from Lancashire. She and a small group of parents who had each lost a child to suicide were convinced that that many young suicides are preventable.

SANE  SANE is one of the UK's leading charities concerned with improving the lives of everyone affected by mental illness.  SANELINE  0845 767 8000 is the national out of hours telephone helpline providing information and support for anyone affected by mental health problems, including families, carers and health care professionals and service users themselves. Trained volunteers can offer callers a range of information and emotional support, from facts about symptoms and treatments, the services available to them or reassurance during a time of crisis."

Teen Depression - Why is it On the Increase?

Understanding and Helping Children With Depression  Valuable article.

25 Reasons to Avoid Suicide

Understanding And Dealing With Depression in Children Aged 6 to 12 Years Old

What Can I Do To Help Someone Who May Be Suicidal?

What doesn't kill us  The author of this book is a suicide attempt survivor and preventing suicides has become her life's work. In her book she chronicles her battle with anxiety.




Advice, Information and Support For Families Worried About Their Children
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