Mental Wellbeing - West Berks Council
West Berkshire Council have produced a parent’s guide for mental health and wellbeing, which includes sources of local support, advice and services for parents and carers of children and young people.
Find Local Mental Health Services
Little Blue Book of Sunshine
Teenagers across Berkshire West are getting help and tips on dealing with mental health problems from a ‘Little Blue Book of Sunshine’.
The book, which has been commissioned by the Berkshire West Clinical Commissioning Groups, has been delivered to every secondary school in Reading, Wokingham and West Berkshire for pupils aged 14 and above to keep and refer to whenever they are feeling blue.
Recovery in Mind
Learn how to improve your mental health with Recovery in Mind’s free courses.
View the Recovery in Mind poster for more information.
Talking Therapies Berkshire
Are you feeling low? Anxious? Or stressed? You may benefit from support from Talking Therapies – a free NHS service supporting adults 17+ in Berkshire suffering from a variety of difficulties including stress, sleep difficulties, low mood and worry.
Talking Therapies are able to offer 1:1 support via telephone or video consultation as well as pre-recorded group sessions – Stress Less and Wellness groups and online support.
The SUN (Service User Network)
The SUN (Service User Network) is an initiative aimed at improving services for people with diagnosed personality disorders and people with no diagnosis who experience difficulties in interpersonal relationships, emotional regulation and/or managing distress.
This service is for adults aged 18 and over who live in, and whose GP is located in, Berkshire. The groups are currently taking place online every day.
For more information please view the Service User Network Member’s Leaflet.
Sport in Mind Berkshire West
Sport in Mind is an independent Berkshire mental health sports charity (unaffiliated to Mind) founded in 2011. Its aim is to use sport and physical activity to help aid the recovery of people experiencing a wide range of mental health problems by promoting mental wellbeing, improving physical health and combating social isolation.
If something is troubling you, call Samaritans free, 24 hours a day 365 days a year.
Help, information and support for all those affected by mental illness.
For more information about mental health, ways to cope with it and more visit
Dementia - Directory of Services
Emotional Wellbeing West Berkshire
A guide to local Mental Health Services.
Check out the online hub of information for more useful support, guidance, apps and more.
Mental Health problems in Children and Young People
Looking after a child or young person who has emotional or mental health problems can be very hard. This leaflet offer guidance on how to best support your child and there to find further advice and help with their mental health.