Ahead of Great Mental Health Day 2024 on Friday 26 January, David Gradon explains how he is helping young adults across London to build meaningful connections.
Great Mental Health Day 2023: How will you celebrate the power of community kindness?
The Feeling Good app is available FREE for Londoners via Good Thinking! Find out how the Feeling Good and Feeling Good Teens apps can help you to boost your mood and become mentally stronger.
New Good Thinking toolkits will help faith communities across London to focus on their wellbeing in line with their religious beliefs.
New guides for children, young people, parents and carers help Londoners to connect with and support other people.
Good Thinking marks Great Mental Health Day 2023 by launching two new quick guides to help Londoners support friends, family, colleagues and others who might be struggling with their mental wellbeing.
More than 690,000 people have already benefited from Good Thinking’s on-demand and round-the-clock mental health support – why not check out our new-look service to see how we can help you on your path to good mental wellbeing?
On 1st November 2022 we celebrate 5 years of Good Thinking and helping over 690,000 people to find their own path to good mental health and wellbeing.
Why Good Thinking strives to be a digital mental wellbeing service for all Londoners.
Children’s Mental Health Week is an annual event to raise awareness of the importance of mental health and wellbeing amongst children and young people
London comes together to celebrate Great Mental Health Day 2022