Minddistrict is looking for IAPT therapists and clients to contribute to our interventions videos.
Minddistrict is looking for mental health professionals who would like to help us enhance the Minddistrict UK catalogue! Throughout the years, we’ve often heard that patients find the video clips in our interventions the most inspiring and informative part of their online therapy experience. Certain psycho-education or exercises are best explained by a PWP or HI therapist. A video clip can make it much easier to understand a difficult concept or technique. It can also help the patient to feel at ease with the online sessions. That’s why we are looking for a PWP/HI therapist to work with us on the development of video clips for the new Minddistrict modules. Sarafina Suransky, Head of UK Intervention Development, will draft scripts which you can then make your own. For this production, we’ll be focusing on the following themes and subjects:
- Stress, relaxation and mindfulness
- Cognitive behavioural therapy
- Relapse prevention plan
- Minddistrict life skills
- Motivation and practising
Our in-house filmmaker will be in London in the first week of October. Please contact Sarafina at firstname.lastname@example.org if you or any of your colleagues would like to help enhance our IAPT Catalogue.
Minddistrict is also looking for people who would like to share their experiences in order to help others. Throughout the years, we’ve often heard that clients find the video clips in our interventions the most inspiring part of their online experience. Hearing someone share their story can help others to realise that they are not alone and to feel recognised and acknowledged. Clients have told us that it is great to get advice from someone who understands what you’re going through because they have been through the same.
Have you experienced any of the symptoms or disorders below?
- Sleeping problems
- Unhelpful/negative thoughts
- Low self-esteem
- Feelings of depression
- Social anxiety
- Health anxiety
Or do you have experience with any of the following techniques?
- Practising with relaxation exercises
- Practising with the Mindfulness body scan exercise
- Filling in a relapse prevention plan
- Keeping a thought record
- Setting goals for your treatment
Would you like to help us break the stigma too often attached to mental health by sharing your story? Please contact us via email@example.com
We are looking forward to hearing from you! :)