Helping children flourish since 1996
Mindscreen – we help children to believe in themselves and go after their dreams.
A note from our founder
“Over the past 30+ years several destructive factors have rooted themselves into society, our communities, and our lives. At first we didn’t notice the effects, but there’s no denying them today.”
With half of all cases of adult mental illness starting by the age of 14, prevention and early support for children are vital.
“It’s extremely worrisome to know the levels of anxiety and depression in children have been sharply increasing year on year for the past decade. Our children are now growing up in a world that barely resembles what it did 30 years ago. Widespread gaming, social media addiction, cyber bullying, and negative labelling (not to mention the COVID-19 pandemic) are just a few of the factors that are collectively damaging our children’s self-worth, often causing them to underachieve in many aspects of their lives – including academic attainment.”
“Whilst government legislation to help nurture our children’s wellbeing is slowly taking shape, progress is sluggish, and it could be years before high level policy changes have a widespread effect.”
“So, it seems, at least for the immediate future, that it’s up to us to help our children develop the skills they need to be successful in their lives.” Gav Devereux, CEO & founder
The Mindscreen experience® toolkit for teachers and parents will help you support your children to navigate these difficult times.
P.S. Start with our Free Child Self-Esteem Check. It’s a way for you to check your child for signs of low self-esteem and confidence.
Tools for teachers and parents
Building children’s self-esteem
Effective, easy-to-use solutions
Our founder understands your worries and knows how your children feel, because he is a dad and personally struggled with low self-worth as a child.
He said: “I was put in the remedial class at school, and my mum and dad were informed that I was Dyslexic. I reached adulthood before I realised how being regularly told that I was a “stupid boy” and would “never amount to anything” had affected me!
It wasn’t until I was in my thirties that I discovered I didn’t have to continue to think about myself in these ways, I could change my mind!
After building up my self-worth I noticed I was happier, healthier, and more motivated. And so the idea to invent easy-to-use tools to help future generations to build up their self-esteem and self-confidence, early in their lives, was born”.
Mindscreen experience® is based on real experiences and proven solutions.
Why our tools?
Because our Mindscreen experience® tools are based on good, old fashioned research and development.
Every element is built on real conclusions you can trust. And each aspect has been proven and validated step-by-step.
What makes us proud?
We’re extremely proud and…
Honoured to have helped hundreds of young people to build up their self-awareness and unlock their potential.
Being a small part of their success is truly fulfilling.
“What a fantastic resource to have for parents, carers, and schools to access. This really is an insightful experience that I am in the process of completing with my child”
Michelle O’Connor, parent
Mindscreen in the news
London Borough of Barking and Dagenham press release 17.01.2022. Leading London school teams up with mental health specialists.
How can we help you?
We help you to shine a spotlight on your child’s positive attributes and give them the confidence to believe in themselves and go after their dreams.
“Children who have low self-esteem may be nervous, tentative, and only confident in situations which they know very well. Therefore, they may not ‘grow’ as a person.
A healthy self-esteem gives us the confidence to fail.
Believing in our own capabilities encourages us to take on new challenges; even when we’re unsuccessful, we don’t give up – instead, we take what we’ve learned and use it to keep moving forward.” Chris Parkin, Occupational psychologist.
Mindscreen – helping children to develop a healthy sense-of-self.