Gill Hayes gives a very candid and personal TED talk about her experience of attempting to end her own life and her subsequent recovery from depression.
Paul Fletcher gives a very brief but insightful introduction to how the brain ‘creates’ a reality from partial information – giving weight to the idea of ‘mild psychosis’ as the norm rather than the unusual.
Wild Things peer trainer talking about the benefits of peer training for the students and the positive impact of Wild Things courses.
A video showcasing the projects funded by our Recovery Devon Development Fund in 2016
Neil Hilborn is a slam poet who draws on his experience of OCD and bi-polar, delivering poems with a unique energy and perspective.
Working with Anxiety explores how anxiety affects the ability to work and carry out other day to day activities, and highlights key ways to aid recovery.
Kay Redfield Jamison of Johns Hopkins University discusses her struggle with manic depression, its link to suicide, and the book “Night Falls Fast”.
A documentary following six British teens and young adults with obsessive-compulsive disorder as they embark on an incredible journey to the American wilderness for treatment. Episode 1 & 2.
The NHS has a substantial collection of videos available, some guides to various types of therapy, some real life stories and tips on coping.