Self help material available for purchase
You can buy the following booklets and CDs from the Counselling Service reception.
Counselling Service reception is on the first floor of the Helena Kennedy Student Centre, Headington Hill [pdf map]. From the Gipsy Lane site, cross Headington Road to get to the Headington Hill site.
Anorexia Nervosa. £2.00
Information about anorexia. Explains the professional treatment of anorexia.
Binge eating disorder. £2.00
Information about binge eating. Explains the professional treatment of binge eating disorder.
Building self-esteem. £2.50
Self help booklet on how to improve self esteem. Information about the patterns that maintain low self esteem.
Bulimia nervosa. £2.00
Information about bulimia. Explains the professional treatment of bulimia.
How to relax. CD. £2.50
Three different relaxation exercises on a CD.
Managing anxiety. £2.50
Information on anxiety. Tips on relaxation and controlling anxiety.
Managing anxiety - A user's manual. £5.50
Self help booklet on managing anxiety. Includes information about anxiety, relaxation exercises, and exercises to help you challenge worrying thoughts.
Managing depression. £2.50
Information about depression. Self help on overcoming depression.
Managing obsessive-compulsive disorder. £2.50
Information about obsessive-compulsive disorder. Self help on tackling the disorder.
Overcoming phobias. £2.50
Information about phobia. Self help on overcoming phobias.
Overcoming social anxiety. £2.50
Information about anxiety in social situations. Self help on changing thinking patterns causing social anxiety.
Understanding health anxiety. £2.50
Information on anxieties about health. Self help in overcoming worrying about health.
Understanding panic. £2.50
Information about panic attacks. Self help in getting through panic attacks and overcoming them; and guidance on seeking professional help.
Understanding your reactions to trauma. £5.50
Information on reactions to trauma. Guidance on coping with your reactions.
The booklets and CD were written and produced by Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre.