Why 'Get MindFull'? What are the benefits?
MindFull supports young people with wellbeing and mental health issues. We seek to do this at an early stage, before their problems get out of hand or too distressing. This helps them now, as well as reducing the chances of them having problems in later life. It also eases the pressure on local authorities, saving much-needed money and resources.
We want MindFull to be available to every young person so that they can get the right mental health support for them, whenever they need it, so that they can reach their true potential. You can help us achieve this. Click on the sections below to find out what you can do to make MindFull available in your school, local authority or doctors' surgery.
You can also help by fundraising for MindFull.
Purchase MindFull training
MindFull trains young people aged 11-17, within schools, colleges, community groups and other youth settings, to mentor their peers in emotional wellbeing and mental health issues - both on and offline. Over two days, we help young people to understand more about emotional wellbeing and mental health, explore coping mechanisms and how they can not only use these skills to help others but to also better their own emotional resilience.
We're happy to arrange bespoke training for young people, as well as for professionals and parents. For more information, email training@MindFull.org or Request a Site Tour.
MindFull provides an online counselling service from an experienced, highly-qualified team. Accessing counselling services online is not only flexible and discreet, but also a cost-effective and reliable way to reach vulnerable young people. MindFull provides access to a multi-disciplinary team of professionals and a tiered model of support. Trained mentors are available to provide ongoing wellbeing advice to complement any structured support that young people might already be receiving.
If you are interested in commissioning MindFull as a counselling service and wish to help promote young people's wellbeing and positive mental health in schools and other settings across your local authority area, please contact Caimin Collins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I'm a young person and I want to be involved
If you're a young person and you'd like us to deliver the MindFull training programme in your area, speak to your teacher or another adult to let them know about MindFull and ask them to email us at training@MindFull.org.
In the meantime, there are lots of other ways to be involved with MindFull
, including fundraising, campaigning and having a say in how MindFull works.