Working with young people
Children and young people in Leeds have helped create and develop the MindMate site every step of the way. Our involvement panel approve the content on each page, test the games, check the web links and help us create new content. If you are 14-24 years and you are interested in getting involved in MindMate find out more here.
Working with parents and carers
Parents and carers in Leeds have helped create the content on the parent carer pages. If you are a parent and want to get more involved please email us email@example.com, we’d love to hear from you.
Working with professionals
We’ve created this website alongside professionals including the NHS Clinical Commissioning Group in Leeds and other key partners: Leeds City Council, Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust, GPs, Forward Leeds, YoungMinds, Common Room and The Market Place. Meet the current MindMate team here.
Our professional approval panel check all content and links on the MindMate site. We want to make sure the information reflects how we work in Leeds and is clinically safe for children, young people and families.
Special thanks to our authors and professional approvers
- Dr Siobhan Hugh-Jones, Associate Professor in Health Psychology, University of Leeds
- Dr Anna Weighall, Lecturer in Psychology, University of Leeds
- Lesley Naylor, Therapeutic Social Work Team
- Lydia Burfield, CAMHS Training Coordinator and Family Therapist
- Martin Groom, Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, IAPT
- Adele Dempster, Cluster & Targeted Services Leader
- Dr Susan Ritchie, Senior Educational Psychologist, Complex Needs Team
MindMate is part of the Future in Mind:Leeds Strategy – a plan for Leeds explaining how people will work together to improve children and young people’s emotional and mental health. Read more about the plan here
Thanks and we hope MindMate is helpful to you.
P.S. Is this not the information you expected? If you’re looking for information on dementia, please check out the MindMate App from our friends from Glasgow, designed for people with dementia.