LSE support resources

LSE has a number of resources to support staff:

Websites with information on specific issues

Living Life to the Full|

An interactive CBT self-help site addressing low mood, depression and a variety of anxiety related problems.

Centre for Clinical Interventions|

An interactive CBT self-help site addressing a wide variety of problem areas: depression, social anxiety, panic, worry, self esteem, procrastination, assertiveness and eating problems.

 Clinical Research Unit for Anxiety and Depression|

Self-help information from a clinical research unit.

Chronic Fatigue Research and Treatment Unit|

Self-help guidance from a national specialist service

Down your drink|

A self-help site for people concerned about their drinking


Support and information for people experiencing Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)


A user-led organisation, run by sufferers and ex-sufferers of anxiety disorders. (Bi-polar disorder)|

Information and self-help strategies for those experiencing bi-polar problems.

National Sleep Foundation|

Information and guidance for people experiencing sleep problems.

Social Anxiety UK|

Work Related Stress |

Information and support for problems of self-consciousness and shyness.

See also

See Emergency| for other resources.