Trauma is a contributing factor to mental ill-health and is a prominent risk factor for depression, PTSD, C-PTSD and other mental health diagnoses. Symptoms consequent upon trauma may be debilitating. People can still be struggling with the effects of trauma without a diagnosis. There is no exact data for how many people have trauma, but we know that at least 2.6 million people in the UK have PTSD. The annual NHS mental health budget spent on PTSD is approximately £2 billion. However, 75% of people with PTSD don’t get any professional support at all. With the impact of the pandemic, the numbers of people struggling with trauma are rising significantly.
re;mind is building a technology platform to help people from all walks of life better understand and recover from trauma. We provide evidence based tools, support and knowledge to individuals and organisations driven by real world data at scale. Our first product is our self-help app.
The re;mind app provides relief from multiple trauma symptoms during moments of acute distress with grounding tools to hand, day or night. It also provides a safe space to keep a diary of symptoms & triggers & reflections. It empowers users with insights & informational resources about trauma to help them understand their experiences.
re;mind is on a mission to help people from all walks of life better understand and recover from trauma. We do this by providing evidence based tools, support and knowledge to individuals and organisations, driven by real world data at scale.
re;mind aims to enable self-management of trauma and improve the quality of support around the individual in order to improve recovery outcomes and help them live a better quality of life. With this, re;mind also aims to help the NHS and other organisations save millions in costs.
The re;mind app is a self-help tool specifically designed to support people with their trauma symptoms.
In the large-scale pilot of our MVP app in summer 2022, nearly 200 people tried the app over 13 weeks.
- 85% of users rated the app 3 or higher out of 5
- 67% of users who completed the 3 month pilot said the app was helping them
- 85% of users said it was a major or useful part of their toolkit in managing their mental health