Healthy Working Lives has a wealth of practical resources from health and safety workplace action planning, to stress and work guidance, including the Work Positive Tool.

The Mental Health Foundation offers practical resources around self-help and supporting others.  The Foundation focuses on preventing the onset of mental health problems before they occur and supporting people to stay well.

Headspace.com offers a free, easy to use meditation guide and app.  A quick sign up process is involved, and there are options to download the app, or receive emails.

Citizens Advice Bureau can help with knowing rights and being able to access them around work and private life.

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, South Glasgow Wellbeing Services offer a range of self-help materials (booklets and videos) to download.

Understanding and dealing with stress

 SeeMe has produced a video on how to start the conversation around wellbeing called ‘Are You Ok?’ 

The Drama Triangle video outlines relationship dynamics, and how to step out of drama and feel more empowered.

The Black Dog Institute – has a lot of resources, including practical toolkits. The Psychological Toolkit addresses dealing with life changes.

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) offers a variety of resources aimed at improving health and wellbeing in the workplace. The Talking Toolkit specifically aimed at preventing work-related stress in schools,  designed to help school leaders start conversations, and contains sources of further information which tackle work-related stress.  A separate publication for use in Scotland is being developed.