Welcome to our mental health hub
In our mental health support hub you’ll find information on every aspect of mental health, from clinical depression, anxiety and self harm, to eating disorders, body image, stress and supporting others.
How to find mental health support
If you, or someone you know, is facing a mental health crisis, it’s easy to end up feeling hopeless. Mental health issues are sometimes stigmatised in film and online, but as the conversation around the subject grows, there are now more resources available than ever before to help.
Self-care, therapy & other treatments
Sometimes taking the first step can be the hardest part. The good news is you can start small, with personal self care practices as simple as getting some fresh air, which can boost your mood and improve your outlook. Or if you’re finding it hard to function you can find out where to go to get professional mental health treatments like therapy, counselling and antidepressants. Whilst it may take some time, in the long term almost all mental health issues can be recovered from, or at least managed, in a way that can improve your quality of life. We’re also here to help you find support if you’re worried about having a mental health relapse.
Talk to us
Whatever you, or someone you care about, are going through, The Mix is here to support you. Whether you feel like you hate your life or are struggling to make sense of why people self harm, we’ve got you covered with all the information and resources you need to find help. We’ve also got our friendly team on hand to help you seven days a week via crisis text line, phone and email.
Take a look at some of our top mental health resources below.
We are here for you
If you or someone you know is worried about self-harm, you’re not alone we’re here for you. Self-harm takes many different forms. It can encompass a range of different things. Recovery is an ongoing process but taking that first step and opening about self-harm is a good place to start.
Find out more
Hearing voices can be frightening. If you or someone you know can hear voices, The Mix explains the causes, treatment & help available.
CBT is a commonly prescribed therapy, but what actually is it?
Hearing voices is more common that people think. Why do people hear voices & how can you get support? Read this guide from Voice Collective.