The Brothers in Arms MiniApp

Train Your Brain And The Mind Will Follow

What is it?

I'ts a portal giving quick access to our digital well-being service


Use it or download it to your phone and receive in one resource videos, information and infographics plus a link to the BrothersThrive App which is your own NHS approved digital toolkit with access to a trained therapist

Private, Anonymous, Confidential and Free


They show how and when to use it so you can start your journey

Regular practice of the therapeutic self-care techniques included will train you to use


Learn how to reduce and manage your own stress and anxiety


Train your mind to manage the challenges of everyday life and make higher quality decisions


The techniques of Deep Muscle Relaxation are designed to improve sleep and help you switch off at the end of the day


A Mindfulness technique that trains the mind in positive thoughts by enabling you to develop the skill of Self-Suggestion and emotional control


Maintain awareness in the present moment and learn to observe your thoughts and emotions objectively

Get it Here

We Do Therapy For Men

Access to your own personal Trained Therapist is included in the app to work with and help you practise your own digital self-care to make it a regular habit


You decide When

You decide Where

You decide How long

You are in Control



Private, Anonymous, Confidential and Free

If men can get into the habit of using the service on a regular basis as a way of maintaining their mental health the same way they use keeping fit and the gym to look after their physical health


Then this will be a big step towards 'normalising' how we as men look after our own mental wellbeing


Train Your Brain and The Mind Will Follow

With the ability to share the mini-app within your own social network, the more it is shared and then re-shared, the more men in Scotland who will use it 


Its a 'one-stop' delivery system for the BrothersThrive app that has everything within it to allow men to practise their own digital self-care anonymously and in private


With no pressure to 'talk' about their own mental health if they don't want to

Brothers in Arms