Thrive develops apps help you optimise your mental wellbeing. In the same way you eat well and exercise to keep your body healthy, you can learn techniques and exercises to ensure your mind is healthy too. Our apps have the ability to prevent, detect early and treat common mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression.
Every technique we use is clinically proven and based upon research done with UCL. Evidence is at the heart of everything that we do.
Thrive: Feel Stress Free is available to download via all apple and android devices, you can also use it on all computer or laptops.
‘Stress is so often a hidden problem in the workplace. Thrive has enabled thousands of employees to easily get the vital help they need in a confidential and effective way.’
Dr Andres Fonseca
CEO & Co Founder of Thrive
Thrive: Feel Stress Free
Whether you are the 1 in 4 experiencing a mental health condition or just someone who wants to improve their mental well being; Thrive is here for you.
We have been looking at innovative ways to make early interventions through a digital pathway to support bank workers, and are very excited to offer Thrive as a way to self-manage their own mental health and practice techniques that are clinically proven to help them. It is also important to us that Thrive meets the security requirements of banks.’
Alisa Hamzic - Director of Marketing
Bank Workers Charity
Don't just take our word for it - Read some of our reviews!
"Anxiety is something that I will live with for the rest of my life but it has been brilliant to discover something that can actually help manage it. This is a big statement for me to say but, this app is amazing!"
"I would recommend this app to anyone who is feeling stressed, depressed or anxious. I have been using the Thrive app now for a few weeks spending about 15 to 20 minutes a day on it and I can honestly say I am so much happier."
"I cannot stress enough how incredible this app is! Overall, the visual and auditory experiences are great! This app is great to use if you are suffering from stress or any kind of mental health conditions, and would work really well alongside therapy."