Mindscape is here to help you feel better when you’re feeling anxious, stressed or experiencing a panic attack, through breathing exercises, talking together about how you're feeling, and by listening to specially-created, therapeutic soundscapes.
HOW DOES IT WORK? Through a guided analysis, speak about what is making you feel anxious, learn to moderate your thoughts and breathing, and regain control with expert tips and by listening to scientifically-developed soundscapes.
As you talk over how you’re feeling, Mindscape will offer up helpful tips and information on how to manage what’s making you feel worried, all created in collaboration with mental health charity Mind, in Haringey.
Whether you’re anxious about work, getting to sleep, student life, or many of the other worries we can all experience from time to time, Mindscape is completely free to use and available to speak to 24/7.
To begin the experience, just say: Alexa, open Mindscape.
You can also jump straight to one of the main features of Mindscape:
Alexa, ask Mindscape for a breathing exercise Alexa, ask Mindscape for a soundscape Alexa, tell Mindscape I want to talk about how I feel
Note, Mindscape is intended as a support for instances when you are unable or unwilling to access medical support, and not a replacement for psychological treatment.
If you have questions, comments, or feedback, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d also love to hear from you if there is a feature you would like added, or any other way you feel we could make Mindscape even better.
I like the idea of this. I have combat related PTSD and thought htis might help with the panic attacks and anxiety, but Alexa cannot understand simple replies to questions on how I am feeling (yes/no questions). When creating a moodscape, it says it cannot find a sound file. This would be cool if it works, but sadly it does not.