Mindnosis sets out to improve a person's experience of mental health assessment services with design

Designer Sara Lopez developed a toolkit to help make it easier for people to access mental health services. A recent graduate from Central Saint Martins in London, Lopez completed Mindnosis as her final year project for the M.A. in Industrial Design.

The purpose of this kit is to improve a person's experience of mental health assessment services through design. The aim of the project was to discover what a person thinks and feels in emotional distress. Mindnosis offers self-exploratory tools and one-to-one meetings, helping to validate personal learning and help those who are experiencing mental distress and struggling to make sense of it.

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