Illuminating The Path To Wellbeing And Happiness For Everyone
Here at MindHug, we know from our own experiences that everyday demands and stresses can put enormous pressures on our lives. That’s why we’ve made it our mission to do something about it. We provide a unique range of mainstream and alternative solutions that can be tailored to fit the needs of each individual. Not only that, but we’re making them more accessible and affordable than ever before. So whether you’re looking to improve overall mental and emotional wellbeing, or to overcome mild to moderate mental health symptoms, we’re here to give you the MindHug you need.
Our range of therapies are designed to explore different ways of improving mental health, for different types of people. Some may prefer the inner peace of mindfulness, whilst others may prefer the ebb and flow of therapeutic art. With growing evidence to suggest their effectiveness, our therapists currently offer the following types of therapies.
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MindHug Concierge™, Workshops And Events
MindHug Concierge™ is designed to meet the mental wellbeing needs of every type of institute - from small local companies to large corporations. But it doesn’t stop there. It also provides solutions for individual enterprises, universities and educational bodies, and even the sports industry. Our service helps you plan and implement a mental wellbeing strategy that covers a wide range of mainstream and alternative group therapies, workshops and events, tailored to your exact needs.
Explore Our App - Coming Soon
Alongside MindHug Concierge™, we‘re also going to be launching our MindHug app. This will give subscribers access to our range of therapeutic solutions and the unique tools we have designed, to make their path to wellbeing and happiness more accessible than ever before.
Watch this space!
Your Privacy And Safety
We take the quality and credibility of our services very seriously and as such, your privacy and safety are of utmost importance to us. We also believe that you should have control of your own data and you should decide if, when and with whom you share it. If there’s anything you’re not sure about, just ask.
“Having activities to try was a really good way to engage and understand how it can really help.”
Becca Staple - MindHug Moments attendee