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London is Open – Good Thinking supports European Londoners through Brexit

10th February 2020

The Mayor of London has been determined to do everything he can to support European Londoners through the Brexit process. The UK may have left the EU on Friday 31 January, but London will remain a global European city and open to the world. On Brexit day, the Mayor welcomed European Londoners and their families […]

Relevant websites

29th January 2020

Good Thinking Good Thinking is designed to improve the mental health and wellbeing of Londoners.  This 24-hour online service finds people who may be struggling with a range of issues impacting on their mental health and directs them to resources that meet their personalised needs. Shout Shout is the UK’s first 24/7 text service, free […]

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 […]

The Unsung Heroes of the Digital World: Celebrating & Supporting Community

22nd January 2020

To support the vitally important topic of “self-care” for this year’s Community Manager Advancement Day, Good Thinking (an NHS initiative supported by Public Health England and the London Mayor’s Office) invites you to join us for our second major interactive roundtable. It’s completely free to attend. What’s it about? For too long, community managers have […]

Promoting positive mental health through music

17th December 2019

Music can play a valuable role in recovery from mental illness. It can stimulate emotional responses, develop creative, technical, social and vocational skills, confidence and self-esteem. Key Changes a London-based charity provides wellbeing and recovery services through music to young people. This December, Key Changes artists have come together to record a song that highlights […]

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, […]

One-quarter of Londoners experiencing mental ill health get personalised wellbeing support from Good Thinking, London’s world-first free digital wellbeing service

25th September 2019

Good Thinking, London’s free NHS-approved digital wellbeing service for people living and working in London, has published its first report tracking its journey from concept to pilot and into a service that has so far reached over 250,000 people experiencing anxiety, low mood, stress and sleeping difficulties in the capital – The Good Thinking journey: […]

Good Thinking London: Sharing the learning of a digital wellbeing service

13th August 2019

Good Thinking is bringing together partners across London to share the learning from the first two years of a unique digital mental wellbeing service across the capital. Join us for this fantastic workshop where there will be an opportunity to hear about the service and the journey from prototype to launch as well as its […]

Free app to tackle stress, anxiety and depression  

17th July 2019

Good Thinking, the NHS-approved digital mental wellbeing service that is free for Londoners, has partnered with My Possible Self to help more Londoners who are experiencing common mental wellbeing concerns improve how they feel every day My Possible Self, the mental health mobile app that uses clinically-proven techniques to help people reduce excessive stress, overload […]