The Wild Mind Project
The Wild Mind Project is a not-for-profit CIC that offers early intervention for children and young people living with, or susceptible to, stress, depression and anxiety. We also support the parents and carers of children struggling with their wellbeing.
We use a unique combination of outdoor art therapy, designed to facilitate verbal and non-verbal communication, strengthen relationships and advance coping skills, plus nature activities and mindfulness, to help alleviate anxiety and symptoms of depression.
The Wild Mind Project run programmes for 10-25 year-olds, in various locations in Hounslow Borough. Public Health England has given us the authorisation to run our outdoor programmes adhering to agreed Covid-19 safety protocols.
Our staff are fully qualified, DBS checked and have attended the appropriate safeguarding plus physical and mental health first aid training. The Chair of The Wild Mind Project is also Chair of Richmond Health Voices and is a member of the Healthwatch Committee. Our programmes are evaluated by a Senior Research Project Manager, at University College London.