Contact Us2022-06-20T19:50:22+01:00

Contact Us

General:
contact@mhmonster.org.

Private Therapy Enquiries:
therapy@mhmonster.org.

Alternatively, you can contact us by completing this form or on one of our social media platforms below.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here you can explore our Frequently Asked Questions. If your query is not answered here then please don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll be more than happy to help you out.

I’m worried about someone’s mental health, what should I do?2021-03-12T19:33:43+00:00

If you are worried about the immediate safety of an individual, please phone 999 or visit this website to find your nearest urgent mental health helpline: www.nhs.uk/service-search/

If there is not an immediate threat, please consult our handy guide to getting mental health support here.

Who takes care of the services that you offer?2021-03-12T16:31:45+00:00

Most of the time it will depend on the topic at hand based on experience, suitability and capacity to deliver the best possible service. Although you may request either Nathan or Karolina for our Guest Writing, Guest Speaking and Consultation services depending on your preference.

How can I donate to Mental Health Monster?2021-03-12T21:59:38+00:00

If you visit our ‘sponsor us’ page you will find a link that will allow you to donate any amount that you please. We appreciate any donation greatly and we promise that we will spend it with your best interests at heart and that every penny will go towards our vital operations in shattering the stigma, breaking the barriers and guiding people towards good mental health.

We also run fundraisers where possible. If you’d like to fundraise for Mental Health Monster, please email contact@mhmonster.org or hit us up on the socials with to ensure that we can support you as best as we can.

Where are the best mental health resources?2021-03-12T16:31:45+00:00

It does depend on what type of resources you are after, however most of the wonderful organisations in the UK have very helpful resources on their website. We are a big fan of the resources produced by YoungMinds because they cover a lot of age ranges and situations. Heads Together have also put together some great resources and free training on wellbeing in the workplace.

We regularly post tips, tricks and how-to guides on our social media and it’s what we’re all about. So you may find some helpful stuff by clicking on one of our social media icons at the bottom of the page. If there is any topic that you’d like to be covered then don’t hesitate to get in touch.

What is the meaning behind the name ‘Mental Health Monster’?2021-03-12T16:31:45+00:00

The Mental Health Monster is a purely fictional character that is out to harm people’s mental health, and we aim to prepare people as best as we can for their fight with it (through education and conversation). It stemmed from personal experiences with anxiety both as a teenager and now in that some of those physical affects are similar to what I imagine you’d feel if you were being chased by an actual monster.

However, it is time that we stop running from the Mental Health Monster. We need to turn around and fight it, it really does not have to be this huge scary thing. For how long are we going to just rebuild the metaphorical barricades every time they fall down?

We believe that everyone has a ‘Monster’ in a way, because it doesn’t just refer to mental health conditions. Your monster could be absolutely anything that is out to attack your mental health, no matter how large or small.

Contact Us

General:
contact@mhmonster.org.

Private Therapy Enquiries:
therapy@mhmonster.org.

Alternatively, you can contact us on one of our social media platforms or by completing the form below:

Frequently Asked Questions

Here you can explore our Frequently Asked Questions. If your query is not answered here then please don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll be more than happy to help you out.

I’m worried about someone’s mental health, what should I do?2021-03-12T19:33:43+00:00

If you are worried about the immediate safety of an individual, please phone 999 or visit this website to find your nearest urgent mental health helpline: www.nhs.uk/service-search/

If there is not an immediate threat, please consult our handy guide to getting mental health support here.

Who takes care of the services that you offer?2021-03-12T16:31:45+00:00

Most of the time it will depend on the topic at hand based on experience, suitability and capacity to deliver the best possible service. Although you may request either Nathan or Karolina for our Guest Writing, Guest Speaking and Consultation services depending on your preference.

How can I donate to Mental Health Monster?2021-03-12T21:59:38+00:00

If you visit our ‘sponsor us’ page you will find a link that will allow you to donate any amount that you please. We appreciate any donation greatly and we promise that we will spend it with your best interests at heart and that every penny will go towards our vital operations in shattering the stigma, breaking the barriers and guiding people towards good mental health.

We also run fundraisers where possible. If you’d like to fundraise for Mental Health Monster, please email contact@mhmonster.org or hit us up on the socials with to ensure that we can support you as best as we can.

Where are the best mental health resources?2021-03-12T16:31:45+00:00

It does depend on what type of resources you are after, however most of the wonderful organisations in the UK have very helpful resources on their website. We are a big fan of the resources produced by YoungMinds because they cover a lot of age ranges and situations. Heads Together have also put together some great resources and free training on wellbeing in the workplace.

We regularly post tips, tricks and how-to guides on our social media and it’s what we’re all about. So you may find some helpful stuff by clicking on one of our social media icons at the bottom of the page. If there is any topic that you’d like to be covered then don’t hesitate to get in touch.

What is the meaning behind the name ‘Mental Health Monster’?2021-03-12T16:31:45+00:00

The Mental Health Monster is a purely fictional character that is out to harm people’s mental health, and we aim to prepare people as best as we can for their fight with it (through education and conversation). It stemmed from personal experiences with anxiety both as a teenager and now in that some of those physical affects are similar to what I imagine you’d feel if you were being chased by an actual monster.

However, it is time that we stop running from the Mental Health Monster. We need to turn around and fight it, it really does not have to be this huge scary thing. For how long are we going to just rebuild the metaphorical barricades every time they fall down?

We believe that everyone has a ‘Monster’ in a way, because it doesn’t just refer to mental health conditions. Your monster could be absolutely anything that is out to attack your mental health, no matter how large or small.

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