Free Mental Health App, Turn 2 me πŸ“±

presentation-151102210955-lva1-app6891-thumbnail-4 was founded in 2009 stemming from the very personal experiences of brothers Oisin and Diarmuid Scollard, who lost their brother to suicide in 2003. They had a vision to create a web space for people to share, discuss and offload personal problems, find support and get useful information.

  • They use technology to connect people, promote mental well being and help prevent suicide.
  • turn2me is open to people over 18.
  • We are non-religious, non-political.
  • Our service is non-judgmental, confidential and anonymous*

This is a website that helps people GET HELP, lets people know that they are not alone and facilitates a safe online community space that allows people to open up and reach out for help. To get started log onto —>

There Online Support Groups are facilitated by mental health professionals and Online Counselling is provided by professional Counselors/Psychologists.


Online Support Groups

We run online support groups on anxiety, suicidal thoughts and feelings, depression, loss and bereavement and more.

Online Counselling

We provide private 1-1 chat and email counselling to our members. Online Counselling is delivered using online chat sessions or therapeutic emails.

Thought Catcher

Use Thought Catcher as your daily mood diary. Select your mood, share your feelings and track your thoughts. Enter just one thought a day and track your progress. You can choose to make your thought public or private, it’s up to you!


Talk to mental health professionals or among peers in a supportive online platform available free on your phone, book a group of individual sessions with one of there professionals on anxiety, depression, stress, loneliness or a lot is on your mind

To get started log onto —>
Create a FREE account, access online counselling, group counselling or there depression e-learning course πŸ“±πŸ“±
Check it out its amazing trust me i am using the app now myself


Bad times make you appreciate the good times βœ’️

hello all im back, the last two/three i had a few things going on in my head so best i get a blog out of my thinking so here it goes again once again straight from the heart…

Appreciate The good times and enjoy them while there good as people know things can change so when the good times come along grab them be happy..

when it comes to mental health, you know your on a rollercoaster, you can be up and down and it goes round and round, you can go through amazing times then bang you wake up and feel totally shit, thinking oh i must be wrecked, stomach upside down thinking its something you had to eat that day, oh i must be getting the flu, blaming everything possible besides your anxiety has triggered again, sitting back and thinking what has triggered me now? thinking of what you have being doing lately and did you!

have an stressful events or anything on your mind? anyone else feel this? and always get no answers sometimes?? and keep guessing? (this is why i go to counselling as he finds it out for me) anxiety plays with your mind and Continue reading “Bad times make you appreciate the good times βœ’️”

Mental health interview on radio kerry πŸŽΆπŸ“»

On the 22nd February I was on radio kerry in a conversation with Joe McGill for a full hour, we talk about my own mental health story and all things mental health click photo below to link to the podcast πŸ“» or click on link here to listen to podcast πŸ‘‡πŸ»

Hope you all enjoy it if you have feedback please let me know at thanks