The journey towards happiness starts with a single step

MindTheApp is a mental health mobile app offering

a selection of paths designed to improve user wellbeing

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Embark on your personal journey

Complete daily challenges and become the

agent of change in your personal journey

towards self-recovery, happiness and wellbeing.

Become part of our Facebook community

and share you story!


Select a personalised path

Choose a path tailored to your needs, access unique resources and solve your problem based on the latest scientific advice.

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Explore new content every day

Understand how your mind works, discover practical solutions to your daily problems and improve your life using the latest

research evidence.

Reflect on your Journal

Keep track of your progress, understand your emotions and take notes to reflect

on your experiences.

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Our Story


MindTheApp was born amidst the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown period when co-founder Mariza Stagaki was offering online psychological support sessions to university students struggling with depression, anxiety and loneliness. Struggling to meet the high demand, she turned to co-founder and long-time friend Lydia Chatziioannou for a solution. Lydia came up with the idea of a FREE mobile app designed to help people improve their mental health and well-being by completing simple everyday tasks.

MindTheApp has one mission: to support users in their journey towards self-recovery and a more fulfilling life. We follow the evidence-based principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Compassion-focused Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy.


Lydia Chatziioannou


Software Developer, Women in Technology Advocate and Mental Health Champion at Sky UK with studies in King's College London, Kingston University London and Adelphi University, New York.

Mariza Stagaki


Trainee Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner at West London NHS Trust and UCL MSc Clinical Mental Health Sciences graduate with experience in psychotherapy, clinical psychology research and NHS psychiatric settings.