Supporting families in nurturing the mental health of those we love the most.

 

The word “Ohana” means family in all senses of the word and at OhanaMind our family is always here for yours.  

 

We understand the challenges and importance of ensuring the protection of good mental health and a positive sense of wellbeing for those you love and we work tirelessly to ensure that families feel supported and empowered.  

 

Whether you are seeking reassurance or have a concern, our specialist team are here to offer non-judgemental support and guidance.  OhanaMind has devised a wealth of practical and easily accessible resources and tools that can help you feel more able to support your family’s mental health and wellbeing needs.

 

For a monthly membership of £3.99, you will have unlimited access to resources, informative articles and information on upcoming live Q&As covering a wide range of topics.  On signing up for your membership, you will receive a calming box containing tangible items to help introduce mindfulness in to your lives. 

 

All proceeds are donated to our Sister Charity, HSO

 

We look forward to welcoming your family in to ours.

 

“Ohana means family.  Family means that no one gets left behind or forgotten” Lilo and Stitch

 

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What is OhanaMind?

"Ohana" means family, and it is at the very core of how we view the world and why we are helping others.

​​​​​​We started OhanaMind, and its' community when we saw, time and time again, parents struggling and having few places to turn to for support on small and big mental health questions.

We hope that OhanaMind contributes to a cornerstone where more families have access to the help they need when they need it.

Where to go from here?..

Are you as (or almost) as excited as us? 

 

We are far past talking about and promoting mental health 'awareness'; we need to make tools, resources, and a community built on mindfulness more available. This is why we started OhanaMind.

If you are not ready for a free trial membership yet, sign up for our mailing list and we will just send you a few mails per month to get you started 'light'.

Thank you for your interest - you will hear from us soon!

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The first +200 tools are here; 400 more are on the way..

Dive into the main topics

6 of the +20 themes in mental health we deal with

Sadness

Sadness

Feeling sad is a natural reaction to situations that cause us to be emotionally upset. 

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Bereavement

An unavoidable part of life. How does it affect us and how do we handle grief and loss?

Anger

It is okay to feel angry. But how it is expressed is what matters. How do we work through anger best?

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Bullying

Bullying has a great effect on mental health. How do we identify and work through this?