mindhamok, the world of student wellbeing…
mindhamok, the world of student wellbeing…
mindhamok™ are here for students, our wellbeing service is all about the mental, physical and social health of students, that’s why mindhamok has all of the bases covered. We have been supporting Study Abroad students across the UK and Europe since 2017, we now support UK university students and are expanding who we help and how we do it. Our approach is centred around prevention and a pro-active approach to one’s own mental health and wellbeing. We know that students are now more upfront about their own and others wellness, the pandemic has only increased this awareness and the importance of addressing it. That’s why we have developed ‘on-demand’ 24-7 assistance tools, a therapist network, helplines, knowledge-base as well as events to be with every student on their journey.
Anxiety and depression are increasing and can hamper a student’s experience in what is supposed to be the ‘years of your life’. Unchecked these can lead to further disruption to academics, friendships, family relationships and a person’s relationship with themselves.
Having access to mindhamok™ mental health support services gives international students the tools to help them through their journey and on to the rest of their lives.
What later moved over to mindhamok initially began in Rome in 2017, an Italian company created by Phil Georgiou. These student wellbeing services and mental health support services quickly became known as the go-to place for American students to access counselling support whilst studying abroad through use of it’s confidential English-speaking 24/7 helpline. Continued growth led to expansion in Florence, Lugano, Paris, Madrid and London adding further specialist student helplines, critical incident management services, consultancy and training to university staff and faculty, whilst developing hand-picked therapist networks in each city. In 2020 after a review that company closed and the all new and expanded mindhamok was launched.
mindhamok applies an enormous emphasis on prevention and sits on a set of solutions to help the entire university ecosystem with a ‘Student First’ approach. mindhamok provides mental health support and wellbeing service to thousands of students and staff across Europe and the UK, whether home students studying in their own city, international students or students on Study-Abroad programs. mindhamok student support services reduces the stress that students experience and gets them the help they need without the disruptive wait times that can cause further pain to students, parents and staff. We serve the students directly via subscriptions or through their university or organisation.
The Founders of Mindhamok
Co-Founder and Executive Officer of Mindhamok
On graduating in Industrial Design at Loughborough University Keith went on to travel the world before assuming front office leadership roles in the FinTech sector, Keith has lived and worked in Australasia, Asia, Europe and the USA. He has a passion for conscious, morally driven ventures and understands the importance of human wellbeing for our future. Co-Founding mindhamok enables Keith to bring the two worlds of commerce and compassion together to help students through their journey to lead successful lives, however that success is defined
Co-Founder and COO
Tiziana De Macceis
Tiziana graduated in Foreign Languages and speaks four. Tiziana began her working life in investment banking where she worked for a decade as a director in electronic trading. Although she had never considered ‘numbers’ to be her strength, this early career experience brought her to the realisation that in life if you commit to the task, you can achieve anything. With this in mind, she chose to follow her heart, leaving banking to create a number of her own businesses. Developing mindhamok enables Tiziana to focus her experience on a social venture that favours prevention and empowers students to take care of their wellbeing
Co-Founder of Mindhamok
Phil Georgiou grew up in the UK in a mixed culture family and has lived and worked across Europe and the middle east. Initially beginning his working life in recruitment, Phil went on to work in the television industry before later retraining as an integrative Psychotherapist, counselor, consultant and trainer.
Phil is fascinated by what makes us tick as human beings, and how this constantly changes throughout our lives. He believes passionately in the energy, drive, creativity and power of young people and is committed to listening attentively to what they have to say and how they view the world around them.
Phil has been an accredited member of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy since 2002, he holds the European Certificate of Psychotherapy and is an EMDR practitioner.