MindNation launches the MindNation app, a one-stop shop meant to address the need for accessible mental healthcare.

With the COVID-19 pandemic seemingly coming to an end, 50% of Filipino workers are struggling with some form of mental health issue because of financial concerns, job pressures, and return-to-office anxieties. This is because there are many barriers to proper mental health care, including stigmatization, lack of awareness, and poor accessibility to mental health services.

Quite simply, people do not know when, where, or how to go for help. They only think to talk to a psychologist when their symptoms are already serious. They do not know that mental health is something that needs to be taken care of every day.

With the MindNation app, accessible mental healthcare is within reach. It offers access to 24/7 teletherapy services and features a Daily Mood Tracker and WellBeing Quiz that users can take regularly to track emotions and allow them to understand their state of well-being. Results are clinically-based and data-backed, and come with recommended ways to attain better states of well-being.

App users can also access MindED, an on-demand learning program that allows users to master mental health skills, develop good well-being practices and support their journey towards healing through audio/visual exercises, toolkits, and worksheets.

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Since 2019, MindNation has helped over 200,000 individuals worldwide achieve the company motto of “Better Mind, Better You!” through comprehensive services like 24/7/365 online therapy sessions with psychologists and WellBeing Coaches, webinars, surveys, and more.

The MindNation app is free to download on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.

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