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Happiful – the positive mental health app – is now available to download in iOS and Android stores! Happiful is a family of wellness directories that provide access to qualified professionals who are dedicated to offering support with wellbeing and mental health. Counselling Directory alone has connected over one million people with a registered therapist!

We launched Happiful Magazine in 2017 to extend our offering of available help, and our mobile app is the next exciting stage in our journey to enable people to access the help they need.

What are we hoping to achieve?

The aim of the app is simple - to help people find the support they need and give them the easiest possible access to the professional members of our extensive wellbeing network. Whether you’re looking to speak to a counsellor, hypnotherapist, coach, nutritionist or complementary therapist, you’ll be able to find a fully qualified professional in your area with just a few clicks of a button!

What else is included?

As well as giving you access to our wellbeing network, the app also has a range of other features that we think you’re going to love! If you’re in a reading mood, why not have a look at our latest articles, all of which will be packed full of information on a vast array of wellbeing-related topics. If finding a course, workshop or support group to attend is more up your street, you’ll be able to browse for all these and more in our dedicated events section.

As an added bonus, you’ll also be able to access free digital copies of every past (and future!) issue of Happiful Magazine, perfect for those morning commutes, holiday reading by the pool, or simply passing the time once the
kids have gone to bed!

two screens with Happiful on, showing the magazine and article reader

Download the Happiful app today:

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What is ‘positive mental health’?

Positive mental health is the acknowledgement that we all have mental health - and some of us will live with or encounter mental illness - but that mental health should never be a subject associated with shame or the need for secrecy.

Positive mental health is about sharing access to help, pro-actively seeking support, and practising the type of self-care that is applicable to you. It’s about developing a caring, collaborative community who support each other while being mindful and respectful of their individual mental health needs.

Happiful is on a mission to de-stigmatise any idea that taking care of your mental health, mental illness and wellbeing is something to be ashamed of, so that every one of our readers can take steps to living a happier, healthier, and ultimately more fulfilling life.