At the forefront of trauma recovery.
We exist to help people rebuild life after trauma. Providing support when it’s needed most.
We are building a scalable technology platform to help people from all walks of life better understand and recover from trauma. The platform provides accessible, evidence-based tools, support and knowledge to individuals and organisations, driven by real world data, at scale.
We bring together lived-experience, clinical, academic and technological expertise by collaborating with and seeking input from a growing and strong community of users, charities, healthcare professionals and research institutions.
I was caught up in the London Bridge & Borough Market terror attack in June 2017. The experience had an impact on my daily life as I struggled with the effects of trauma, what felt like every minute of every day.
Accessing mental health support wasn’t easy, I was fortunate to access private therapy & by chance, later found support from a specialist charity. Outside of this support, it was still incredibly hard to navigate daily life. I searched everywhere for a digital tool to help, but nothing met my needs. It took over 2 years with a lot of trial & error, self-help & perseverance to learn to manage my mental wellbeing & start to thrive again.
I knew there had to be a better way. In 2020, I decided to fuse my personal experiences & professional expertise in business & technology together to help people navigate & rebuild from trauma.
Because I believe everyone should have access to the knowledge, support & tools they need to rebuild from trauma.
Bridging the gap
Based on Freya’s personal experience and reinforced by re;mind’s ongoing research, it became clear there are a number of barriers to and gaps in existing support for those struggling with trauma. As a result, re;mind aims to help bridge this gap by supporting people from all walks of life and circumstances through trauma.
re;mind aims to provide readily accessible and ongoing support to those who need it, whether or not someone has any formal mental health diagnosis. It can be whilst waiting for, alongside and continuing long after a professional support or course of therapy.
Longer term, re;mind also aims to help bridge the gap in trauma research, changing the way we understand and support trauma.