The Blue Polar Bear: Storybook about parental dual diagnosis

This beautifully illustrated book is for children 5-7 years. Its aim is to help workers, carers and parents to introduce the issues of parental dual diagnosis (mental illness and substance misuse), explore concerns and encourage positive coping and help-seeking behaviours. Click here to view/download


TF-CBT Triangle of Life – Mobile game app

This free app, which is based on Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, has been designed to support traumatised children (aged 8-12) to heal by helping them better understand their thoughts, feelings and behaviours, and move toward a better quality of life. During this novel game, the…


When I feel sad – children’s story

A children’s story about recognizing, accepting and managing sadness. The story encourages children to find their own ways to cope with sad feelings. The book contains both color as well as black and white version of the story. The resource is completely free however to…


Lemons or Lemonade?: An Anger Workbook for Kids

This workbook is for young people 12 and younger who express their anger in ways that harm others, themselves, animals, and personal property. The workbook is especially helpful for children who have experienced complex trauma and are hurt, angry, and bereft as a result. Adults…


Lemons or Lemonade?: An Anger Workbook for Teens

This workbook is for young people 12 and younger who express their anger in ways that harm others, themselves, animals, and personal property. The workbook is especially helpful for children who have experienced complex trauma and are hurt, angry, and bereft as a result. Adults…


When a parent is depressed – what kids want to know (Guide)

This brochure will help prepare parents or social workers to take the first step in discussing depression with their child/children they work with. It guides how to answer the following questions: What is depression? How does depression work? Why does my dad act the way…


When a parent has bipolar disorder – what kids want to know (Guide)

This brochure will help prepare parents or social workers to take the first step in discussing bipolar disorder with their child/children they work with. It guides how to answer the following questions: What is bipolar disorder? How does bipolar disorder work? Why does my dad…


My Feelings Activity Book For Children 3–6 Years Old

My Feelings Activity Book was created to help very young children identify their feelings and learn how to describe them. This book is intended to be read aloud to children by parents, caregivers, preschool teachers, clergy, social workers, therapists, or by any other helping professional….


How to manage stress booklet

This booklet is for anyone who wants to learn how to manage stress. It explains what stress is, what might cause it and how it can affect you. It also includes information about ways you can help yourself and how to get support, as well as providing tips for friends…


How to cope with sleep problems booklet

This booklet is for anyone experiencing sleep problems in relation to their mental health, and for their friends, family and carers. It explains what sleep problems are, describes the relationship between sleep and mental health and gives suggestions about what you can do to try to improve your sleep.


Understanding self-harm booklet

This booklet is for anyone who self-harms, and their friends and family. It explains what self-harm is, the reasons for it and how to go about making changes. It includes self-help ideas and information about other forms of support.


How to increase your self-esteem booklet

This booklet is for anyone who wants to increase their self-esteem. It is particularly relevant for people who feel that low self-esteem may be affecting their mental health or for people who have a mental health problem that is causing low self-esteem. It explains the causes of low self-esteem, suggests strategies…


Understanding schizophrenia booklet

This booklet explains what schizophrenia is, its causes and how it is treated. It also offers practical suggestions for self-help, and information for friends and family.


Understanding schizoaffective disorder booklet

This booklet is for people who have been given a diagnosis of schizoaffective disorder, and their friends and  relatives. It explains what the disorder is, and the types of treatment and support available.


Understanding post-traumatic stress disorder booklet

This booklet is for anyone who experiences post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It explains what PTSD is and the different types of treatment available. It also suggests ways you can help yourself, and what friends and family can do to help.