Theory of Change: The Mindapples Approach

The aim of Mindapples is to help everyone take better care of their minds. Research carried out by Mindapples and the charity Mind in 2013 showed that more than half of the people surveyed had never thought about the health of their minds, and 56% of the people wanted to know more about their mental…
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A Leap Year Wish

It’s been inspiring and encouraging to see the publicity around the Young Minds Matter series launched by The Duchess of Cambridge when she was guest editor of the Huffington Post this month. Especially the theme of taking preventative action. At Mindapples, that’s obviously a theme that is close to our hearts. If you’ve come across…
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The Mindapples Tree at the Museum of Happiness

The Mindapples Tree

We were delighted to have the Mindapples Tree at the wildly successful Museum of Happiness event in Spitalfields Market. The Museum of Happiness brought together a ball pit, silent disco, laughter yoga, virtual reality experience, TickTheBucket and much, much more, all with the aim of doing things that raise spirits. I snuck into the Joy…
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Mindapples trees sprouting for University Mental Health and Wellbeing Day

Today is University Mental Health and Wellbeing Day and students all over the country are putting on all sorts of events aimed at promoting the mental health of people in Higher Education. Mindapples is delighted to be supporting the day again and helping to raise awareness of this really important cause. A number of universities…
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Stand to reason

Stand to reason: social justice in mental health are a charity tackling the mental health taboo.

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“In today’s world, in today’s language, that probably makes us “bonkers”, but we have a vision of a changed world, one in which it will be common sense or stand to reason that people who have experience of mental distress and ill health deserve the same respect and consideration as those with physical ill health and problems.”

“Serious mental health conditions may require particularly imaginative approaches by employers but is not an insurmountable problem”