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

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


1. Download the app

Download the app and create your account.


2. Book a video session

Choose a therapist and a time that suits you. Single sessions are £90 each. Pay with credit card or by using a code.


3. 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 therapist will make an assessment to find out if Mindler is the right treatment option for you.


4. What happens next?

If Mindler is the right option for you, you and your therapist 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 therapist will guide you through everything you need to know.

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Treatment at Mindler

In our app, you will find digital therapy programmes (so-called iCBT programmes) that you can work on by yourself or in combination with your therapist-led treatment. We have programmes that are focused on specific problem areas such as stress, health anxiety, panic etc.

To gain access to our iCBT programmes, you must first book a meeting with one of our therapists. The therapist will then help you choose the right programme for you.

Frequently asked questions

How do I choose my therapist?

All therapist are listed on our website and app. There are different filters you can choose from to narrow down your selection to the therapist best suited for you. Please take time to review their profiles, whilst considering your therapeutic needs and goals. It is important to feel comfortable with your therapist, so that you can build a good therapeutic relationship and rapport. Whilst you can change therapists if you don’t think it is a good fit, you should avoid repeatedly doing this as it can disrupt the therapeutic process.

What is blended treatment?

Blended treatment is the combination of 50-minute video call sessions with a Mindler psychologist and self-help programmes, which can be completed by the patient in their own time on the Mindler app. The self-help programmes consist of exercises created to help the patient continue their treatment outside of sessions. These can be completed either individually or with help of the psychologist.