ISPS International www.isps.org
The main ISPS website for the international society
Behind The Label www.behindthelabel.co.uk
Rai Waddingham’s personal site, contains articles and resources
Coming Off Psychiatric Medication www.comingoff.com
Website aiming to give up to date information about psychiatric medication, how it functions and its withdrawal process. It is put together by people who have been prescribed medication and withdrawn from it and clinicians who have been involved in supporting this process.
Fireweed Collective www.fireweedcollective.org
Grassroots organisation offering mental health education and mutual aid through a healing justice and disability justice lens.
Hearing Voices Network www.hearing-voices.org.uk
The website of the Hearing Voices Network, a peer support network which offers information and support to people who hear voices and those who support them. Includes links to local peer support groups.
International Network of Democratic Therapeutic Communities www.indtc.org
The International Network of Democratic Therapeutic Communities (INDTC) is an association which attempts to establish a conversation about the therapeutic community, in order to transmit and develop a psychoanalytic understanding of its practice.
Intervoice: The International Hearing Voices Network www.intervoiceonline.org
An international charity that supports the International Hearing Voices Movement. Includes information, resources and support for people who hear voices, see visions or have other unusual sensory experiences throughout the world.
General guidance about Early Intervention Services
Mad in America www.madinamerica.com
Articles and news providing a critical perspective on mental health topics (including medication, research and therapy). Raises awareness of alternatives around the world.
MDF is a service-user led organization which focuses on bipolar disorder.
Contains copies of public information leaflets on all medication.
UK charity that provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. They campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.
Website of the National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence. This publishes guidelines on treatment of lots of different mental health problems including depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, eating disorders, borderline personality disorder, mental health in pregnancy and childbirth. All the guidelines have different versions designed for the general public and for professionals
Royal College of Psychiatrists www.rcpsych.org.uk
Website of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Includes a wide range of information leaflets.
Rethink is a national mental health charity focused on improving the lives of people severely affected by mental illness. Includes links to local peer support groups.
Rufus May www.rufusmay.com
A range of campaigns, resources and information put together by a clinical psychologist with personal experience of psychosis
Soteria Network www.soterianetwork.org.uk
A network of people in the UK promoting the development of drug-free and minimum medication therapeutic environments for people experiencing ‘psychosis’ or extreme states.
Talk To Frank www.talktofrank.com
Information about street drugs.
The National Paranoia Network www.nationalparanoianetwork.org
A network that aims to raise awareness of how disabling paranoia can be and to break down taboos.
Information plus downloladable film about different approaches to psychotic experiences
Understanding Psychosis www.understandingpsychosis.com
British Psychological Society report
Understanding Voices www.understandingvoices.com
Comprehensive website with information about different approaches to voice-hearing and ways of supporting those who struggling with the voices that they hear.
Voice Collective www.voicecollective.co.uk
Site for children and young people who hear voices, their families and the professionals who support them.
A website about coping and recovery from mental health challenges, with useful resources including about the ‘Wellness Recovery Action Plan’ (WRAP)