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Who are we

How Mental brings together advocates and organisations committed to mental health across different industries and sectors.


We want to make mental health solutions accessible to everyone.

How it works

We want to help people and businesses become mental health advocates.

We want a new model for mental health that takes the strain off the big charities, and gives people and organisations more power when managing their mental wellbeing.

What does that mean?

Innovative marketplace

A one stop shop for all things mental health, curated by our growing community of over 80,000 mental health advocates.


We know that people want to find new products and services, connect with organisations, and attend events that are mental health positive. 

Tailored Support

We believe that everyone - whether they know it or not - is on the path to being mental health advocates.


We also know that mental health is a complex space and nobody has all the answers. Our experienced team is on hand to provide fresh perspective and help you find solutions.


Our values


We unite the voices of individuals and organisations committed to improving mental health to create a single, powerful song.


We bring together organisations pushing the boundaries across an array of sectors. Because no single service is the answer.


We act with purpose and speak with passion. A modern, inclusive narrative is vital for reaching people and dismantling the barriers to change.

Meet the team

George Taktak

George has been with How Mental from the beginning.


He turned is passion for mental wellbeing into one of the largest communities for positive mental health out there.


George is passionate about the potential for mental wellbeing to radically realign society with what we care for most, and technology’s ability to catalyse this change.

George is the founder of Feeliom, an app designed to care for your wellbeing by staying in touch with yourself and your loved ones.

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Mark Anscombe

Mark met George in 2019 and did not hesitate to throw himself into How Mental. 

He has been working or volunteering in mental health since 2013, with a focus on giving individuals supportive spaces to open up about their mental health.

Mark is the founder of Perspective Project, a charity tackling mental health stigma through art and creativity.