Wall of Warriors
Our Allegiance of Allies and Advocates Fighting for Mental Health and Against Stigma
Sharon BladyFounder of Speak Up: Mental Health Advocates Inc. and Former Politician and Minister of Health in Canada, What some call mental illness, I consider to be my Superpowers. I help others Embrace their Superpowers through building Peer Support networks, and sharing tools that increase Resilience, Emotional Intelligence, and work with our sidekick: Neuroplasticity!
I love that eQuoo is relaxing and fun to use. The interactive 'choose your own story' aspect makes it engaging and very accessible. Plus, you learn something about yourself along the way - a great addition to every Superheroes' utility belt!
T.K. DennisI host a motivational daily podcast called ``TK Talks``, because I want every person to have an encouraging voice in their life reminding them that they are never alone.
I love eQuoo! This is THE killer app you need to take your relationship skills to the next level. I recommend this app specifically for any human that finds themselves working with, talking with, living with, or dating other human beings. That would be you I assume.
Lesya LiLesya Li is a curious storyteller, chronic insomniac, avid book reader, psychology nerd, and the founder of havingtime.com a digital magazine and a worldwide movement rooted in impactful storytelling and mindfulness – on a mission to change the conversation about mental health.
There are countless benefits to being physically fit. Our bodies are the vehicles we use to move through the world, and, of course, it makes a lot of sense to have our 'vehicles' in the best shape possible. However, as well as physical fitness, emotional fitness is just as crucial to our life satisfaction, if not more so.
Viktoria RaderViktoria Rader is the founder of Vikyandkid and co-founder of lifestyle blogazine Glam-o-meter. She lives in Munich with her husband, two young sons and the family French bull dog, Tiffany, while travelling the world on a regular basis.
In my job I have a lot of stress and pressure. using eQuoo helps me focus and ground myself while having a bit of fun. I love that eQuoo is able to help people in a fun way, taking the sting of stigma away.
Rob StephensonRob Stephenson is a man on a mission to break the stigma of mental ill-health in the workplace. He does this by sharing his lived experience of bipolar disorder in his keynote talks and has developed a number of initiatives focussed on the workplace. Inside-Out.org is a social enterprise that showcases executive level role models who have lived experience of mental ill-health helping normalise the conversation about mental illness. The MindCycle is an innovative cycling themed mental health awareness-raising event involving team based static bike challenges. It helps businesses engage with some of the harder to reach groups and get them talking about mental health.
eQuoo is FUN. It is also very engaging. I have been using the App for a while and find that it highlights skills that are very helpful in human interactions and help me to manage my mental wellbeing. I have learned things about myself which are also very useful. It is definitely worth giving it a go, wherever you are on the mental health continuum.
Kelly DavisKelly is a mental health advocate who focuses on peer support and youth leadership. She believes in making skill building, positive psychology, and recovery tools available to all in the most engaging, fun ways possible!
EQuoo is an awesome way to have fun and discover new tools. By integrating the best of what we know about helping people into an interactive app, taking care of your mental health and building skills become fun and accessible for everyone.
Men's Movement by David PilbäckMen's Movement is an online Mental health Community. We work with trauma informed Men's Work free from ideology and politics. We are gathering and promoting good initiatives to help supporting our men's mental health.
The digitalization and mobilization of Men's mental health is one of the most important tasks we have as a society. eQuoo is doing an excellent job to help with this. And the game is fun and interesting to play as well.
How MentalHow Mental brings together a community of mental health advocates to share the latest insights in the field and collaboratively empower more people to overcome stigma.
eQuoo takes on the tricky task of making mental health something you want to learn about, as opposed to something you have to! By blending the power of story-telling in games and the latest psychological insights, eQuoo defeats stigma with an overwhelming sense of fun. With a smile as its sword, I would certainly watch out for this fairytale hero!
Steve CarrsSteve Carr is one of the U.K.’s most active Mental Health Campaigners, Inspirational Speakers, Mentors and Pilot. Diagnosed with borderline PTSD, High Functioning Anxiety, Addiction and depression he decided to walk the coast of England for 3 months and create MindCanyon. His work has been shown on ITV, BBC news and published in over 80 magazines. Wow! A truly groundbreaking app that helps build reliance and psychological skills.
Wow! A truly groundbreaking app that helps build reliance and psychological skills.