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Abuse by health and social care workers

This factsheet describes the standards of care that can be expected, what constitutes abuse or neglect, and what can be done if you think that you or someone else has been abused.
Source: National Mind
An advocate is someone who can both listen to you and speak for you in times of need.
Source: National Mind
Many people have trouble managing their anger. This booklet is for anyone who wants to learn how to deal with it in a constructive and healthy way.
Source: National Mind

Anger - a comic-style booklet for young people

This comic-style booklet about anger is for young people aged 13 upwards. Concise and visually bold, it tells the story of a young woman who is experiencing anger. It covers the effect on her education, her family and social life, and what helps her towards managing her outbursts.
Source: National Mind

Antidepressants

This booklet is aimed at anyone interested in learning more about antidepressants.
Source: National Mind

Antipsychotics

This booklet is for anyone who wants to know about this type of medication. It explains why these drugs may be prescribed, what their effects are (including side effects), who should avoid them, what happens when people want to withdraw from them and what the alternative treatments might be.
Source: National Mind

Bipolar disorder (manic depression)

This booklet is for anyone who has been given a diagnosis of bipolar disorder (manic depression), and for their family and friends.
Source: National Mind

Depression

This booklet describes the symptoms of depression and the different kinds of treatment available. It suggests ways that people can help themselves, and what family and friends can do. It also tells you where to find further advice and information.
Source: National Mind

Depression: Antidepressants

This booklet is aimed at anyone interested in learning more about antidepressants.
Source: National Mind

Depression: Bipolar disorder (manic depression)

This booklet is for anyone who has been given a diagnosis of bipolar disorder (manic depression), and for their family and friends.
Source: National Mind
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