(2019) by the Scottish Recovery Network. Simple animation of what mental health recovery might mean for you.
(2017) by Dr Xavier Amador. 'Unawareness of illness is a symptom not a coping strategy in psychosis.'
(2020) by PsychtoGo. Calm and clear animation how we might be manipulated by psychological means into doubting our own sanity. One of a series of animated practical psychology videos from the PsychtoGo Youtube channel.
(2013) Ted talk by Kelly McGonigal, 'Changing how you think about stress can make you healthier. Viewing it as an adaptive response to help you perform. Stress can make us social and being social when we feel stressed makes us more resilient to it.
(2018) by BPS official. Suggests we 'be part of the healing.' Inspirational talk on how we can change. 'A lot of the time anger gets in the way of doing anything.'
(2020) by Frederik Imbo. Great simple talk. 'People may attack you, criticise you or ignore you..but remember.. you will always keep your value.'
(2019) by Dr Tracey Marks. Clear explanation of the escape we may use when we feel there is no escape. Part of a series of videos by this psychiatrist.
(2020) provide advice on anxiety, depression and more.
(2016) by Akala. Inspirational song detailing how we keep going when we think we have had enough (parental advisory explicit content.)
(2020) by Peter Fonagy. Audio interview on how we can all help each other by acknowledging, with someone else, our thoughts, feelings and desires, as well as experiencing them.
(2020). Online self help guides to depression, anxiety, social anxiety, chronic pain and other symptoms. Straightforward summaries of symptoms, possible causes and treatments for each condition, including what you can do to help yourself. A good start to understanding what you may be experiencing.
(2014) edited by Anne Cooke. 'An individual having unusual difficulties in coping with his environment struggles and kicks up the dust...[like] a fish caught on a hook: his gyrations must look peculiar to other fish that don’t understand the circumstances; but his splashes are not his affliction, they are his effort to get rid of his affliction and as every fisherman knows these efforts may succeed.'