Bipolar UK is dedicated to supporting individuals with bipolar, their families and carers. They support and develop self-help opportunities for people affected by bipolar, offer information on bipolar, self-help groups and education and self-management.
Resources: Depression support
Bluebell, a local charity, offers therapeutic groups in partnership with children’s centres in North, South and Central Bristol and informal 1: 1 peer support in the community for anyone experiencing depression related to pregnancy and birth.
Bristol Wellbeing Therapies is the gateway service into NHS funded primary care service. It provides free and confidential therapy in both group and one on one settings supporting people through Mood Management courses and in overcoming Stress.
Changes is a user led mutual support group for anybody experiencing mental distress living in and around Bristol. It offers a structured and focused approach to management of mental health symptoms.
DSGA helps people, whose lives have been distorted by depression, insecurity, loneliness, social phobia, low self-esteem and unsatisfying relationships, through it’s groups, programmes and individual therapy.
Womankind provides women in the Bristol area with free or affordable professional counselling, psychotherapy and on-going support. They specialise in depression, anxiety, acute crisis, domestic abuse and rape.