My Possible Self in the News

Since we launched in October, our mental health app has been gaining increasing attention in the press. Aimed at helping people manage the symptoms of stress, anxiety and mild to moderate depression, ours is the only UK self-help app to use clinically proven content. The programme was developed by the world-renowned Black Dog Institute, using established therapeutic techniques.

Here’s a roundup of some of our recent press coverage.

Metro

Metro Newspaper App Happy

Metro newspaper featured us in their App Happy section in December, describing us as follows: ‘This virtual diary helps users deal with the symptoms of stress, anxiety and mild to moderate depression. You capture and monitor symptoms, then receive advice licensed from the Black Dog Institute on managing fear, anxiety and stress’. The ‘virtual diary’ – known as ‘Moments’ – is a great way to track your progress as you work through our learning modules.

Yorkshire Post

In January, the Yorkshire Post reported on our mission to provide employers with a lifeline to help tackle the UK’s workplace mental health crisis. Read the full article below.

Yorkshire tech family to roll out mental health scheme to large corporates

BQ

Business Quarterly also highlighted the potential benefit to employers, as well as to individuals. They included a comment from David Smith, Chief Executive of Mind Humber and East Yorkshire, who said: “It was an absolute delight to meet the team behind My Possible Self and see first-hand their passion and understanding about what might help people live happy and rewarding lives.

“Among the abundance of low quality and at times questionable apps, My Possible Self stands out as a product that not only offers stand-alone support but a useful complement to conventional face-to-face therapy.”

Read the full article on the BQ website.

Sunday Mirror

Sunday Mirror My Possible Self

The Sunday Mirror gave My Possible Self a mention in their Staying In section in early December. They said: “Track your moods and worries, and get a personalised self-help toolkit to stave off stress with this clinically tested therapy app”.

Scriptoeris

In their article ‘Apps to help your mental health over Christmas‘, Scriptoeris magazine said of My Possible Self: “It will empower you to take charge of your thoughts and feelings to create a healthier, happier you.”

Hip and Healthy

This online health, beauty and wellbeing magazine listed My Possible Self as one of ‘Nine ways to prioritise your health and wellbeing in the new year‘.

The Sun

Our founder, Joanne Wilkinson, featured in a recent Sun feature on how to beat the January blues. She was one of a panel of experts who were enrolled to give advice on looking after your mental health in winter. Read Joanne’s advice on The Sun’s website.

i News

The i Newspaper has featured My Possible Self as one of their predicted health and wellbeing trends for 2018: “My Possible Self is a self-help app that features content licensed from mental health researchers the Black Dog Institute, and is clinically proven to reduce stress and anxiety in just eight weeks.”

Read the full article here.

Health & Wellbeing Magazine

My Possible Self Health and Wellbeing Magazine

Health & Wellbeing Magazine recently proclaimed ‘Download This’, and highlighted the fact that My Possible Self relies upon established and trusted forms of therapy, including CBT.

If you’d like to uncover all the mental health benefits of My Possible Self, download the app now