Your mental health journey starts here. This is how it works.

You are here, already heading in the right direction. Now let our psychologists help you discover a way forward.


1. Have a talk with your GP

Please discuss your complaints with your GP, who will assess and decide whether you can get a referral for Mindler. Do you have a referral letter by email already? Please send it to us.

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2. Download the app

The Mindler app is available for free in the App Store or Google Play.


3. Book a video session

Choose a psychologist and a time that suits you. Before your first meeting, your referral letter will be screened to determine if Mindler is the right treatment option for you.


4. Connect to the call

When it’s time for your session, log in to your account in the app to connect to the video call. In your first session, the psychologist will make an assessment to find out if Mindler is the right treatment option for you.


5. What happens next?

If Mindler is the right option for you, you and your psychologist will together create a treatment plan tailored to your needs. Between sessions, your journey will continue in the app. Read and carry out exercises to learn about your problems and how to handle, change or accept them. This is a vital part of your treatment – but don’t worry, your psychologist will guide you through everything you need to know.

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Treatment at Mindler

There are different types of treatments in psychology. At Mindler, all psychologists practice the treatment form CBT. A treatment at Mindler consists of video sessions with a psychologist in combination with own work with material in the app, where you learn more about your problems and complete exercises to help yourself move forward. We call this Blended Treatment, which gives you an opportunity to play an active role in your therapy both outside and during sessions with your psychologist.

Tricky word: CBT stands for Cognitive Behavior Therapy and is a collective name for therapies where you practice using new behaviors and thought patterns – with the aim of thinking and behaving in a different way.