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Good Thinking partners with tomo to help Londoners build healthy habits to improve wellbeing

9th August 2020

Good Thinking, the NHS-approved digital mental wellbeing service for London, has partnered with tomo, an app expertly designed to support you with many of life’s obstacles, including social anxiety, poor sleep and keeping on top of everyday tasks. Combining digital peer support with proven therapeutic techniques, the friendly tomo bot suggests habits that will improve […]

Technology use and the mental health of children and young people

23rd January 2020

This report explores the use of technology among children and young people. It looks at the wider impact of different types of screen use on the mental health of children and young people including issues around screen time, the impact of negative content, and the potential for bullying and addiction. It also explores how vulnerable […]

Self-assessment: A liberating element of digital health

29th October 2019

By Dr Richard Graham, Consultant Psychiatrist, Clinical Lead, Good Thinking. One in six adults in London will experience mental ill health in any week but almost two-thirds of those in need are not accessing support services. If we are to make London the healthiest city in the world, we need to support people with anxiety, […]

It’s World Sleep Day on 15 March 2019

12th March 2019

It’s World Sleep Day on Friday 15 March 2019, so when Dr Richard Graham, Consultant Psychiatrist and Clinical Lead for Good Thinking, says, “We really need to talk about sleep,” we sit up and listen: “As World Sleep Day approaches, spare a thought for those who did not sleep well last night, especially if that […]