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Emotional toolkit  

Distress can emerge in many ways for many reasons, so sadly, there isn't a single remedy. That said, we're more alike than different, and thankfully there are some accessible skills that, when understood and practised, can reduce many anxious and depressive symptoms. 

While getting to know ourselves better via counselling or therapy is helpful to most, sometimes it's either too challenging or inaccessible as a starting point.

If the above feels familiar, then the toolkit below may help. It includes the most effective insights and techniques I've found to understand and alleviate overwhelming symptoms.

You can download it for free as a pdf by clicking the image below. 

NB: Our minds are very complex, so uncovering and grieving difficult feelings takes significant bravery and patience. Some entangled symptoms however, may require the kind of in-person professional support that toolkits simply cannot replicate. As such, the final page provides options and contact information for free to access and low cost support.

Insights and tools to help you feel - better.

Ps: If you find the toolkit helpful and feel inclined, you can make a voluntary contribution using the "donate' button below. Donations are used to support my time spent providing low-cost support and free resources.

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