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LAST PUBLISHED 18 August 2021

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The Combined Minds app helps families and friends to support young people with their mental wellbeing.

What is Combined Minds?

Developed by a teenage mental health charity, the Combined Minds app helps families and friends to support young people with their mental wellbeing.

How could it help me?

When a child or young person has a diagnosed mental health condition, families and friends want to support them in the best way but also know when to step back.

What do people say about it?

A great app for parents and friends to support a young person who is struggling with mental health – Apple Store user

Amazing app. Super well made and easy to use. The only issue is how it only covers specific topics - excluding other common disorders like Borderline Personality Disorder, Bipolar, Aspergers, etc – Google Playstore user

Where can I get it?

You can download Combined Minds from the App Store or Google Play

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Benefits

  • Uses a 'Strengths-Based' approach that has been shown to be effective in recovery

  • This approach focuses on the positive attributes of the person and builds on resourcefulness and resilience

  • Helps families and friends to search for their own strengths.

Considerations

  • Please note, the app is an aid in treatment but does not replace it. It should not be used by families/parent/guardians or friends who have a child/loved one or friend with complex mental health needs or neurodevelopment problems + mental health (e.g. Autism/Asperger’s/ADHD)


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The Combined Minds app helps families and friends to support young people with their mental wellbeing.

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