The Download Centre – Mental Health @ Home

Mental Health @ Home Download Centre: mini-ebooks and mental health resources

The goal of the MH@H Download Centre is to offer useful, informative, and thought-provoking downloadable content related primarily to mental health, similar to what you can already find on the MH@H blog, but in expanded form. The mental health content allows you to tap into my years of education and experience as a former mental health nurse and pharmacist.

I’ve also written three books, which you can find at:

The COVID-19/Mental Health Coping Toolkit and Mental Health Resource Directory both contain links to resources on sites other than MH@H.


Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) Fundamentals mini-ebook

The Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Fundamentals mini-ebook/workbook covers key ACT concepts like cognitive defusion and committed action based on values.

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) Skills for Mood Disorders mini-ebook

DBT was developed to treat borderline personality disorder, but much it is also relevant for mood disorders. Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Skills for Mood Disorders includes a variety of skills that you may find useful.

A Beginner's Guide to Self-Publishing mini-ebook

A Beginner’s Guide to Self-Publishing combines everything I’ve learned from self-publishing three books and running successful Amazon ad campaigns.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Fundamentals mini-ebook

The Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Fundamentals mini-ebook/workbook looks at basic CBT concepts and interventions, along with an overview of CBT areas of focus for specific disorders.

PTSD Evidence-Based Treatment Options: An Overview mini-ebook

PTSD Treatment Options: An Overview looks at some of the common evidence-based treatment options for PTSD, as well as major treatment guidelines. The goal is to give you a better idea of what your options might be.

Sleep Better: The Little Book of Sleep from Mental Health @ Home

Sleep Better covers sleep-promoting strategies like sleep hygiene, CBT for insomnia, mindfulness, medications, and herbal supplements.

Safety Plans

The Safety Plan and Feeling Suicidal? are very similar, but the safety plan is geared more towards people who experience suicidal thinking as part of an ongoing mental illness, while Feeling Suicidal is geared more towards significant situational stressors.

Guided Journals

Building resilience: A guided journal from Mental Health @ Home

The Building Resilience guided journal will help you to identify and build on your own strengths and resources to boost resilience in times of stress.

Reflecting on powerful words guided journal from Mental Health @ Home

Reflecting on Powerful Words matches powerful quotes with questions for reflection and beautiful image backgrounds.

Embrace Acceptance guided journal

The Embrace Acceptance guided journal draws on acceptance and commitment therapy concepts to explore how greater acceptance could create positive change.

Finding Forgiveness guided journal from Mental Health @ Home

Finding Forgiveness is about forgiveness on your own terms, to find greater ease and lightness for yourself.

Other Resources

Creating a bullet journal for mental health

This how-to guide on Creating a Bullet Journal to Support Mental Health demonstrates my own functional (but entirely non-fancy) approach to using a bullet journal for mental health monitoring and promotion.

My Health Portfolio from Mental Health @ Home

My Health Portfolio is a way to keep all of your health information and history together in one place.

Quick Guide to Commonly Ordered Lab Tests

This Quick Guide to Commonly Ordered Lab Tests provides an overview of bloodwork and other tests that are commonly ordered for people with mental illness, including medication levels.

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