Boiling Point: Anger And What We Can Do About It1 March 2008
This report is about problem anger, how it affects individuals, families and communities, and what we can do to minimise the harm it causes. it explains that anger alone is not the problem, in fact it is one of our most powerful and vital tools and it is necessary to our survival as individuals...
Cool Down: Anger And How To Deal With It1 March 2008
This booklet outlines how anger works and explains the benefits of keeping your anger level under control or expressing it in a constructive way. It also describes some of the tactics you can use to manage your anger more effectively and minimise the personal costs of times when anger gets the...
Whatever Life Brings1 March 2008
This booklet outlines for parents and carers the things that keep children and young people in good mental health and suggests what can help when children are troubled. It describes the mental health problems that can affect children and young people and outlines the help that is available.
National Standards For Crisis Service: Practice Toolkit - Scotland1 January 2008
The aim of this resource is to provide clear guidance which can be used by services to help them to operationalise the vision laid out in the National Standards.
The insights gained from the work of the Learning Network have helped to shape this resource; ensuring that it takes account of...
Whose Decision?1 January 2008
The Mental Capacity Act 2005 is designed to support vulnerable people to make decisions for themselves whenever and as far as possible, and to protect these individuals and those who care for them when decisions have to be made on their behalf. The Act comes into force in April 2007....
Ways To Look After Your Mental Health: English2 December 2007
This poster gives ten pracitcal ways to look after your mental health.
Making Space For Spirituality2 November 2007
A booklet that gives advice and practical steps on how support and respond to the spiritual needs of service users.
Keeping The Faith1 November 2007
Keeping the faith includes examples of good practice where spiritual activities are already on offer in mental health settings and makes a number of recommendations for commissioners, and managers and clinicians working in mental health keen to meet the spiritual needs of service users.
Participatory Arts Self Evaluation Approach Project Report1 November 2007
This report is based on the findings from a small but significant practice led research and service improvement project, which supported six participatory arts organisations to pilot a self evaluation approach, over a six month period, during 2006/07.
Learning The Lessons Summary2 October 2007
A project conducted in partnership by the Mental Health Foundation, Imperial College London, University College London and Kings College London and commissioned by the National Institute for Health Research Service Delivery and Organisation Programme.