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Top 10 Patient Handouts for free download by GPs:

Please scroll down the page for the rest of our wide range of free resources.

The resources provided in these sections cover a range of mental health issues that general practitioners may encounter in the community. These resources may be useful for patients who show less severe symptoms and can be treated in primary care, while patients with more complicated difficulties or very servere symptoms may need to be referred to an appropriate mental health practitioner. Click here to download the CCI referral form.

It is benefical to have some background knowledge of cognitive behavioural therapy before using the information sheets or worksheets so that you are best able to use them in practice. Click here for details of upcoming workshops for health proffesionals.

The information provided in these resources are NOT a substitute for proper diagnosis or treatment by an appropriate health professional. Please refer to full disclamer regarding the information on this website before making use of these resources.

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Referral Information
This section provides information about how to refer individuals to CCI, referral criteria and information for patients about CCI, along with our updated one-page referral form to make it easy to refer patients direct to us.

Brief Information and Worksheets
This section provides brief information sheets and worksheets that doctors may find useful for use with patients. The information sheets are short (1 or 2 page) PDF documents that provide an outline of topics symptoms and strategies relating to each area listed below. These resources have been developed from a cognitive-behavioural perspective. For complete electronic workbooks please go to the 'Consumer Resources' section of our website. Updated 04/04/07.


Bipolar Disorder

Social Anxiety

Unhelpful Thinking Styles


Eating Disorders
*NEWLY UPDATED February 2018*

Generalised Anxiety & Mindfulness