MOST is a digital therapy service designed to help young people who are going through a challenging time. It provides online tools and support to help you get back on track with the things that matter – like friends, mental health, work and study.
You may have experienced it yourself: a cat showing up at your door unexpectedly – just like anxiety can.
Need to know what to do when your own anxiety cat comes to call? MOST illustrator and cartoonist Marc Pearson has captured four ways to deal with anxiety when it’s on your doorstep.
MOST provides on-demand support to young people experiencing mental ill-health.
It has small bites of proven therapeutic content, cartoons, activities and practical strategies that work – all available online, when and where they’re needed. MOST also offers, safe, moderated online community discussions, and access to clinical and vocational experts and peers – so you have real people to talk to and helpful information you can work through in your own time.
MOST is available through participating youth mental health services. It’s available to young people whether or not you stay with the service for an episode of care. It also works in with face-to-face sessions, in between appointments and when stepping down from care.
MOST is designed to give immediate support as early as possible in someone’s help-seeking journey, wherever you are in the mental health system.
MOST enables real-life recovery for young people
MOST enhances face-to-face care for clinicians
MOST extends access to quality care for youth mental health services
‘MOST was comforting and made me feel they were my emotional support… I felt more relaxed, calm, knowing that I don’t need to go through this all alone.’
- Anh, MOST User