April 12th, 2021
A Conversation About HappiMe
How are you feeling this week?
What have been your biggest wins?
What hasn't gone so well? What lessons have you taken away from these experiences? Are you ready to let them go now?
If you can, spend some time journalling your answers to the questions above.
Today, I wanted to share more about what we do here at HappiMe.
HappiMe is a mental health service offering coaching, therapy, workshops and training to children, families and the professionals who work with them.
Why do we do what we do?
For a start, 1 in 6 children in the UK have a mental health disorder, and our goal is to change this. Delving deeper, each member of the HappiMe team has experienced some kind of mental health issue as a child, so feel immensely passionate about supporting others through similar journeys. In the long-term, we wish to share the HappiMe tools (shared in our coaching sessions and staff training workshops) to young people everywhere, with an aim to PREVENT and not just TREAT mental health disorders.
What mental health disorders can we help with?
Our HappiMe coaches and therapists can support clients with anxiety, depression (and other mood disorders), eating disorders, OCD and pretty much anything in between. If our interventions are appropriate, we can also refer you to a better suited service.
We also support young people with lower-level issues, including low-confidence and self-esteem.
The HappiMe trainers can also teach professionals how to manage the aforementioned disorders better, with useful advice, tools and strategies, along with longer-term supervisory services.
What interventions do we offer?
Oh, and I haven’t yet mentioned the books we offer!
We have 2 children’s books, ‘Oscar Meets His Worry Chimp’ and ‘How to Stop Worrying’.
Check ‘Oscar Meets His Worry Chimp’ out here.
Check ‘How to Stop Worrying’ out here.
If you’d like a supportive ear, some advice and a chance to talk to someone, feel free to get in touch for a free, no-obligation chat today.
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Abby and the HappiMe Team x
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Each week, HappiMe's Lead Children's Coach, Abby, shares her advice on a new topic.