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How we care about your Mental health?
Our Clinical psychologists, Psychiatrists and Mindfulness experts work hard to provide the most up-to-date, informative, accurate, authoritative and practical mental health knowledge so you can take control of your wellbeing.
We are very committed to helping as many people as possible with their wellbeing. We are invested in ensuring our writers, editors, illustrators and videographers are a reflection of as much of society as possible to uphold our promise of diversity and inclusion.
Our articles are held to the highest editorial standards by conducting original reporting, where relevant and citing recent and relevant research in plain English.
Our writers are specifically chosen for their ability to articulate topics in an unbiased, clear and stigma- free style. Our writers are also chosen based on their industry knowledge, level of compassion and credibility in their fields.
Our articles are reviewed by trusted & cited experts in their fields such as Clinical psychologists, PhD scholars, doctors, nurses, registered dietitians, psychiatrists certified personal trainers and only relevant qualified experts.Meet our experts
Content integrity is important to us. We rely on our skilled fact-checkers to ensure the information we put into our content is reputable and accurate.
Our Articles are writing by clinical psychologists, Doctors psychiatrists and others in the field and are fact-checked by a member of our Scientific Review Board. You can click to see the credentials of who wrote each article and who reviewed each article.
We rely on reputable and credible references only and are advocates for using primary research where necessary.
Meet the Experts
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Our Scientific Review board of clinical psychologists and other mental health professionals ensures our content is accurate, up-to-date, and inclusive.
Why we can help you live a better and fulfilled life
Who we are
OptimistMinds is a trusted online resource that provides information on how you can look after your mental wellbeing and find suitable support.
We have over 5,000 pieces of content created and reviewed by clinical psychologists, psychiatrists and subject experts with various specialities. We give you the resources you need to proactively understand how to look after your mind.
The OptimistMinds website is run by the Half Full Not Empty Charity in England.
How we Make Money
We accept advertisements on our site in order to help us maintain the resources needed to create the quality content you deserve.
Our Clinical psychologists and subject experts may sometimes recommend products which they are familiar within their field. In some of these cases, we earn a commission when you choose to purchase a product or service by clicking on any of the affiliate links on our site. Not all product recommendations will have affiliate links attached to them and we maintain a distinct separation between editorial and advertising content.
Our advertising partners will never have an impact on the content of our articles.
How to Contact Us
You can reach us via email at email@example.com
You can also contact us via post at Half Full Not Empty, 27 Old Gloucester Road London WC1N 3AX, United Kingdom.
What we have achieved so far and Our Future Plans
We reached 2.5 million of you in 2020. A great achievement for us which we are very grateful for.
2.5 million users Reached
We launched a wellness app in 2019 but it took a toll on our own mental health and we chose this medium to reach you instead.
Launched an app & Failed
Whilst 2.5 million of you visiting our site was very humbling, we appreciate that millions more could have been reached if we picked up the camera and so we will!
Launch a Youtube Channel
Each month, over 170 of you reach out to us via email seeking some for of help. We heard you and so we will be launching a Mental health support group by February 14.
Launch a Support Group
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