Good Thinking supports Londoners to look after their mental health and wellbeing in a way that works for them. Since its launch in 2017, more than half a million people have used our digital service to tackle anxiety, stress, low mood, sleep problems and other concerns. Good Thinking is free for Londoners thanks to the support of the Mayor of London, London Councils, Directors of Public Health and Public Health England. It is delivered by Healthy London Partnership.
Available 24/7 on any device and completely anonymous, Good Thinking provides a range of resources to help Londoners improve their mental wellbeing, including free NHS-approved apps, articles, blogs, podcasts, self-assessments, videos and workbooks. All the apps we recommend are independently assessed and our clinically-validated self-assessment tool is powered by DoctorLink.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have expanded our resources to meet the growing demand for mental health support across London. We have worked with youth organisations, faith communities, academics, charities and many others to create tailored, impactful content. Visits to our website and downloads of our resources have increased significantly during the pandemic. You can find further details in our 2020/21 insights report.
Want to learn more about how to use Good Thinking? Check out our short guide
Looking for advice about coronavirus and mental health? Visit our COVID-19 hub
Want more information about our self-assessment tool? Read this article
Need urgent mental health support? Find out how to contact your local NHS 24/7 helpline and other support organisations
If you work in London’s NHS or in a public or private sector organisation in the city, why not talk to your wellbeing lead about adopting Good Thinking as part of your organisation’s wellbeing programme? It’s free and can help you to support your employees’ mental health and resilience so they can perform at their best. Visit the Healthy London Partnership website to download the Good Thinking communications kit
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