British mental health startup MYNDUP is today delighted to announce that in partnership with the CVC foundation, it will be continuing its relationship with the National Health Service (NHS), providing free mental health services to NHS staff until the end of March 2022.
The news means that thousands of NHS employees will be able to continue to book live weekly one to one sessions with leading mental health practitioners, anonymously and completely free of charge. With the service designed to provide much-needed additional support for healthcare workers who have been under immense strain over the past few years.
Unlike traditional offerings, the MYNDUP platform provides a well rounded, no one size fits all solution and puts the power of choice back into the employee’s hands. This means users, including NHS staff, can access a wide array of services across the entire mental health spectrum, best fit for their needs.
The offering includes access to industry leading professionals working across the fields of therapy & counselling, life & career coaching and meditation & mindfulness. The company is the brainchild of UK entrepreneur Joel Gujral, who founded the organisation in 2019.
As an addition to the free one to one sessions, NHS staff will also be able to enjoy lifetime 20% discounts off all future bookings. An addition which will further support key workers during these most difficult times.
Speaking today Joel Gujral, Founder of MYNDUP said: “The NHS and its key workers have always been critically important, but the pandemic has really brought home just how much we rely on their services.
“We owe our NHS heroes so much for what they have sacrificed over the past few years, and know that many will have faced mental health battles in the line of duty. We’re therefore delighted to announce a continuation of our scheme alongside CVC, meaning more free mental health support sessions for NHS staff and a lifetime discount going forward.”
NHS staff looking to book their free sessions can access the MYNDUP x NHS website here: myndup.com/nhsRecommend0 recommendationsPublished in