Foundation for Positive Mental Health
About our partners
The Foundation for Positive Mental Health is a charity dedicated to helping people combat stress, anxiety and depression through the use of self-help audio programmes. The Feeling Good app comes preloaded with some introductory material including the film on 'Resilience'.
Dr Alastair Dobbin, co-founder of the foundation, asked us to make an easy to understand animation that would clearly explain to the users of his app what is happening in the brain when we meet a challenging situation. We used simple graphics and plain English to get across the message so that users of the app can easily watch and absorb the information and find out how the Feeling Good app is going to help them.
Resilience is a key skill for positive mental well-being. Olympic athletes are good at bouncing back and feeling good after losing a race because they have resilience. How do they do that? And what can we learn from them to help us overcome stress and depression in our own lives?
Dr Dobbin explains how techniques developed to build athlete’s resilience can help us overcome life’s setbacks and challenges.
Positive Mental Training is available as an IOS or Android App called Feeling Good. The app is free to download, and comes preloaded with some introductory material.
The Cares Family came to us to create a whiteboard animation encapsulating their community ethos and their activities connecting young and old.
We worked with the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families to create a whiteboard animation that introduces the CASCADE framework to mental health and education professionals.
We worked with the Karyn Purvis Institute and Cynthia Hall to produce this whiteboard animation on the IDEAL® Response - guidance on responding to the behaviour of children from hard places.
We worked with The Karyn Purvis Institute, Cynthia Hall and the Texas Christian University to create this film, raising awareness about the impact of toxic stress on children.
Working with Cynthia Hall and the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development at the Texas Christian University (TCU) we created a film to look at the role of secure attachment in children and the way TBRI® can help build this.
Combat stress, anxiety and depression with ‘Positive Mental Training’.
We worked with the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development and Cynthia Hall to bring TBRI® to the screen and share its vital message about children, trauma and recovery.