Sophia is a 17 year old student and mental health advocate. As an official Earkick Ambassador, she knows first hand that supporting peers who are struggling emotionally can make a huge difference in their daily life. Check out how she approaches peer support and what she learned from her own experience with overcoming the very common habit of finger picking. Continue reading Back-To-School Anxiety: How To Help Your Peers
Expert Interview with Journalist & Editor in Mental Health Davia Sills: Why creative expression, high productivity and good mental health require intentional breaks. How journaling can become your super power and how social media can be navigated safely. Find the video interview and the full transcript below! K: Welcome, Davia. I’m so excited to have … Continue reading Learn To Do Nothing!
Throwback of Earkick’s first year. We’re after a huge vision with an exciting company, a powerful team and a popular product. Stay tuned! Continue reading From Vision To Company – One Year Earkick
Hope. A powerful word. Marking a state of being. A dream of a better life. Inspiring hope in our community is precisely our mission at Earkick. We co-founders and the whole Earkick Team are passionate about developing the app to improve mental health through journaling, breathwork and creating mindful moments. Today we are sharing a … Continue reading Domestic Abuse Advocate Lauren: How To Inspire Hope
Katrina “Kat” Zara (she/they) is a 21 year old mental health and disability rights advocate from California. A passionate singer, writer, and creator, she loves to empower others. Her work is focused on finding connection, healing, body image, introspection and fully living in your truth. With a successful degree in psychology from the University of … Continue reading Mental Health Advocate Becomes The First Earkick Ambassador
We are proud to launch the new role of Earkick Ambassador for passionate wellness warriors in the US who want to help tackle anxiety at scale and give their silent friends a way to outsmart mental health challenges. This month we are focusing on our Earkick community. We will introduce you to our First Earkick … Continue reading Become An Ambassador Advocating Anxiety Tracking
NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness in the USA, published a heart-rending story by our very own Ella about her panic attacks which started when she was nine years old. Ella describes how she learnt to navigate her challenges over the last 5 years and shares advice to her younger self (and others.) Ella … Continue reading NAMI Publishes Ella’s Story ‘Growing Up With Panic Attacks’
June is PRIDE month. Across the world rainbow flags, parades and celebrations recognise LGBTQ+ communities. We hope 2022 is a more positive place and one which is far more inclusive than years gone by. Yet, there is much work to do to reduce stigma, prejudices and to enable diversity. One person making a significant impact … Continue reading Taking Pride In Your Mental Health With Andee Chua
Coping mechanisms are an essential tool in our mental health kit. This week we are featuring someone who had to learn how to cope the hard way and has found her safe space. We are excited to share our platform with an emerging British dancer, yogi and artist from the UK who shares how she … Continue reading Find Your Own Coping Mechanism
With headlines about droughts, wildfires, floods and increasingly extreme weather events, its easy to understand why we have experienced a spike in anxiety stimulated by concerns for the planet.
The good nes is that there are solutions for eco-anxiety: be positive and increase resilience, such as getting yourself houseplants, going meat-free for stretches of time, walk & cycle instead of driving the car, learn to calm
Continue reading Greta Thunberg Is One Of Many Suffering Eco-Anxiety