Worry & anxiety self-help

 The self-help resources on this page have been designed to help you gain a better understanding of the process of worrying and how this affects the way we feel, think and behave. Our experienced clinicians have prepared the resources below - to help you work towards a better you for a brighter tomorrow.

If you have a G.P in South Glasgow why not book onto our 'Worry & Anxiety' virtual course? These groups offer you: a warm welcome; space to listen and learn; a chance to connect with others and the opportunity to share experiences. 

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Read our information guide on worry and how it can impact your thoughts, feelings and behaviours.

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Listen to our information guide on worry and how it can impact your thoughts, feelings and behaviours.

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Take a quick look at our top tips to help you to learn ways to manage your anxiety.

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 This pre-recorded course has 6 sessions, we would recommend you complete 1 session per week. 

sELF-hELP workbook

You can use this Self-Help booklet to work through what anxiety is, how it affects you, and what you can do to help yourself.

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CBT is effective but takes time to master, so be patient with yourself. A good starting point is understanding what CBT is.

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Everyone worries from time to time, but some people worry excessively and uncontrollably about daily life events and activities. Such severe worry can make you feel physically exhausted and leave you with other physical symptoms. 


There are lots of things that you can do for yourself that will help you to overcome worry and anxiety. 

These include: relaxation training, understanding more about how worry is an attempt to cope with uncertainty,

worry awareness training, increasing your tolerance of uncertaintyworry postponement, effective problem solving,

examining your rules and assumptions concerning uncertainty and exposure to hypothetical event worry.

Working through the resources below will help you to increase your understanding of your symptoms and give you a great opportunity to learn how to manage these better.


There's no one-size-fits-all approach to self-care but learning to incorporate the strategies below can help to promote  your physical, mental, and emotional health. 

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Our mental and physical health is really important and so learning to take care of yourself will help you to protect and improve your mental health. Watch our short video for some tips on how you can do this.