The Mind Map, a new music-led mental health portal, has recently launched by Phil Bridges, a Youth Mental Health First Aid instructor and Adolescent Mental Health university lecturer.
The Mind Map aims to provide young people, aged between 16-30, who are suffering with mental health problems. The platform will offer access to mental health support and guidance for young people. It will also provide access to The Mind Map Magazine that offers articles and interviews with renowned music artists and sports stars regarding mental health.
The Mind Map, which is based in Liverpool, is the result of a three-year research project in collaboration between them and leading organisations, such as Liverpool John Moores University, Imperial College London and the NHS amongst others.
According to Phil Bridges, Founder of The Mind Map, the research has uncovered that young people don't feel they have access to the support they need. Read the Entire Article
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