Resource library

Search our resources library for self help guides, patient information leaflets, mental health and wellbeing information that you may find useful.

  • What is Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT)? – Patient information leaflet

    Cognitive Analytic Therapy (also known as CAT) is a talking therapy that mainly focuses on the way we relate to ourselves and to other people. It can help with a wide range of difficulties, for example, experiencing depression, anxiety or low self-esteem; feeling repeatedly let down, hurt or rejected; doing things that are harmful or self defeating as a way to stop feeling overwhelmed by strong feelings.

  • What is dementia?

    This link takes you to the Alzheimer's Society and explains what dementia is, including the causes and symptoms, and how it is diagnosed and treated. It also looks at the different types of dementia.

  • Whatever life brings

    This booklet outlines for parents and carers the things that keep children and young people in good mental health and suggests what can help when children are troubled. It describes the mental health problems that can affect children and young people and outlines the help that is available.

  • Winter Wellness

    If you are struggling with your mental wellbeing, you should seek help as soon as you can. There are a number of specialist services that provide treatment, including counselling and other talking therapy services. This booklet and poster signposts to sources help of support. For printed copies of the leaflets and poster email pic@cntw.nhs.uk