The health of your mind is as equally as important as the health of your body. We provide you with trusted content that will help you be proactive about looking after your mind and guide you to resources where you can find help.
It is important to gain clear and concise information on wellbeing, mental health and overall wellness.
This is why it is paramount to us that the information we give you is written by clinical psychologists and psychologists from other domains who know what they are talking about and most importantly, care about the subject matter.
We have a duty of care to ensure all of our content is written from a well researched, stigma-free and unbiased perspective.
We work hard to ensure our information is relatable, jargon-free and empowering, so you can take action to look after your mind.
OptimistMinds understands that looking after your mind is a journey that will not always be linear.
However, you can rest assured that we will be with you along the entire way, helping you make informed decisions and positive, proactive action!
Every month we help over 300,000 people, who come to our content seeking motivation, inspiration and resources.
Our main mission is to encourage you to be proactive about looking after your mind!
If we fall short of this, we hope you will let us know.
Our writers are specifically chosen for their industry knowledge, level of compassion and credibility in their fields, as well as their ability to articulate topics in an unbiased, clear and stigma-free manner.
We are very committed to helping as many people as possible with their wellbeing, regardless of the demographics they fall into.
We are invested in ensuring our writers, editors, illustrators and videographers are a reflection of as much of society as possible.
This helps us uphold our promise of diversity and inclusion.
Each piece of content has been vetted by a highly skilled editorial team who are committed to delivering relatable, inclusive and stigma-free content.
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.
We rely on reputable and credible references only and are advocates for using primary research where necessary.
Our content is regularly reviewed and updates are regularly made.
We ensure all content published on OptimistMinds is trustworthy, reputable, and held to the highest standard when it comes to clarity of the information provided.
We rely on primary sources and the most conscientious news thoroughly checked by our fact-checkers.
As previously mentioned we have a team of highly skilled fact-checkers that ensure all information published is checked alongside the most current and accurate primary references.
As we live in a rapidly fast-paced society, information is also continuously changing.
With the help of our subject experts, editorial team and fact-checkers; we ensure that the information in our content is updated and reflective of the most current research and statistics.
If you see something that needs editing or updated please do not hesitate to contact us.
It is unfortunate that stigma still exists around mental health. However, we plan to continually speak on mental health, share stories and resources in order to do our part to end the stigma.
We intend to inform, educate and empower our readers.
We are committed to using our thought-leadership to help you embrace, navigate and learn how to proactively look after your mind and live a healthier life.
We love to hear from our readers. If you have a comment or suggestion to share, feel free to contact us at [email protected]
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This organization commits to doing its best to publish accurate information across all of its content. However, if our audience identifies a mistake we are committed to correcting errors transparently and swiftly; and learning from mistakes so that they aren’t repeated.
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