We Offer

Finding the path to wellbeing and happiness for everyone

We believe that when it comes to mental health solutions, one size definitely does not fit all. Our therapies explore different ways of improving mental health and can be tailored to the individual, well outside the four walls of a clinician’s room.

Art Therapy and Therapeutic Art

Studies have proven art therapy and therapeutic art can help stimulate self-awareness and help tap into deep perceptions. Our therapy sessions focus on the process of creativity rather than creating a masterpiece.

Music Therapy

Music is an outlet for psychological and emotional expression and aids physical rehabilitation. Our therapists create bespoke sessions in music creation, songwriting, singing & listening.

Sound Therapy

Our sound therapy focuses on instruments, sound baths, binaural beats, Solfeggio frequencies and meditation. The sound waves produced can help reduce stress and anxiety, foster positive moods and promote creativity. 

Laughter & Humour Coaching

This cognitive therapy aims to make physical, psychological and social relationships healthier, improving quality of life. It can also have a positive effect on the immune system, help reduces stress and improves communication, helping to build an environment of trust and support.


This form of meditation heightens your sense of awareness of the moment. This can lead to improved relationships and reduction in depression – it also helps with sleep disorders and even professional burnout.


Yoga is immensely effective in improving concentration, increasing body awareness and sense of belonging, calming and centring the nervous system and reducing muscle tension. Our sessions include different styles of yoga, breathwork and meditation.

Animal-Assisted Therapy

Animal-assisted therapy, or pet therapy, can help people tackle many mental barriers by releasing calming endorphins throughout the body. The positive impact of bonding with animals is also shown to help develop social skills, raise self-esteem and increase overall happiness.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, or CBT, focuses on current problems and offers you a practical way of improving your mental wellbeing day-to-day. Commonly used to treat anxiety and depression, its aim is to change negative thought patterns and their impact on feelings and behaviours.

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Testimonials from
Clients & Therapists

Diana Yin
Diana YinInnovation Advisor UCL Innovation and Enterprise
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​“Thanks team! I came in tired after a whole day of work (also end of the week), but came out relaxed and happy, almost ready for the week ahead. ;)”
Dan Norton
Dan NortonDirector of People, Bonhams
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"We partnered MindHug Concierge to deliver workshops including as part our Mental Health Awareness week and were impressed by the range of workshops and therapists available"
Becca Staple
Becca StapleMindHug Moments attendee
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“Having activities to try was a really good way to engage and understand how it can really help."
Lisa Portz
Lisa PortzHead of Acceleration, LSE Generate
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"MindHug’s Art Therapy session was incredible for my team in a number of ways: in just one workshop we grew closer together, understood each other better and the trust between the team members just went to another level. All in all - could not recommend it more!"
Anniek Verholt
Anniek Verholt MindHug Partner
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​"I got involved with MindHug as a therapeutic arts advisor at an early stage. Their strong vision, hard work and kind approach has made it an absolute pleasure to work with them."
Fabio Richter
Fabio RichterCEO, LauLau
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"The Therapeutic Art workshop by MindHug allowed me to reconnect with my inner child to create a sense of play and experimentation that I haven’t experienced in a long time. After the workshop I felt grounded and fresh to tackle the day ahead”
Julie Ostrow
Julie OstrowHumour Coach
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“MindHug...the name says it all. Getting a cozy, comforting hug— along with a dash of encouragement. Especially when I’m feeling stressed, anxious or worried. Perhaps it’s the same for other people."

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