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 psychologist-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 psychologists. The psychologist will then help you choose the right programme for you.
Frequently asked questions
How do I use Mindler?
Using Mindler is easy, just follow these four simple steps.
- First, download the app for free on either App Store or Google Play, depending on your smartphone.
- Then, create an account and choose which psychologist you’d like to speak to. All available times will be listed in the app, so choose the time that suits you best.
- Once it’s time for your appointment, your psychologist will contact you in the app, so make sure you’re logged in on your phone and ready to begin in plenty of time.
- During your first appointment, your psychologist will make an assessment and will then discuss possible treatment options with you.
Please note, you can only book an appointment for yourself, you cannot book on behalf of someone else.
Mindler is not a crisis service. If you have strong thoughts, plans or intent to end your life, or to harm yourself or others in any way, please call 999.
How do I get in touch with support?
Please contact our Customer Success team by sending an email to email@example.com or via Support Center in the Mindler app. You can also use the “Help” button on this page.
How much does it cost to use Mindler?
Each session at Mindler costs £90.