Fast access to mental health support Mynurva provides a complete mental health solution for your employees throughout their mental health journey. We believe everyone should get the right support they need, when they need it. That’s why we provide same day access to human-centred 1:1 video counselling with our highly-qualified, specialist therapists.GP founded, our service is underpinned by clinical excellence and years of experience. We understand that mental health is complex and that a one-size fits all approach doesn’t work.Through our flexible and tailored approach, we’ll work with you to ensure you get the right solution for your workplace and your employees. Book a demo Trusted by Our Partners How it works 1. Employees book a time and date that suits them 2. Same day appointments available 3. Employees talk to a therapist via our secure video platform 1. Choose your therapy session 2. Book a time & date that suits you 3. Talk to a therapist Positive Patient Outcomes 0 % of patients are satisfied with their therapy appointments 0 % of patients achieved reliableimprovement after using our service 0 % of patients benefitedfrom Mynurva’ sservice *Data collected from a Mynurva clinical pilot scheme. 95%of clients are satisfied with their therapy appointments 85%Reliable improvement in patients 92%of clients benefited from Mynurva’ s service What our clients say about us The team at Mynurva has offered a professional, responsive and flexible service, integrating well with existing provision and ensuring a student focused user experience. Wellbeing Office ManagerScottish Higher Education Facility For our staff, the Mynurva service has decreased admin time and given us the reassurance that our patients will be seen quickly, within a high quality service. It’s easy to refer through to, and to track outcomes. Lead Nurse UK Leading Healthcare Consultation It was refreshing to have something to offer people struggling with mental health other than long waits. Patients have told me the support they received was invaluable. GP of PracticeGeneral Practice and Primary Care Trust in Cornwall Previous Next Latest News Waiting times for mental health treatment force patients into A&E As more and more people are suffering from poor mental health, they are turning to A&E for support. New research suggests nearly one in four are being forced to wait more than 12 weeks to start treatment. The impact of Doomscrolling on mental health In recent years, there has been a growing trend of people spending hours scrolling through social media and news websites. This activity, known as doomscrolling, can have a negative impact on mental health. Demand for mental health services remains high in the UK The UK press continues to push the need for more mental health provision by highlighting areas of demand.