Mind Aloud was set up to widen access to talking therapies for UK adults living and working locally who may be experiencing mild to moderate mental distress.

Our Vision

Good mental health and wellbeing for all.

Our Mission

To alleviate mental distress and promote good mental health and wellbeing for all.

Our Aim

To increase access to talking therapies and other types of support for people struggling to cope with mild to moderate psychological distress such as stress, anxiety and depression.

Set on the beautiful island of Anglesey, we specialise in providing a calm and peaceful counselling space that reflects the healing nature of the local environment.

What we do

Situated on the beautiful island of Anglesey, Mind Aloud is a social enterprise established by qualified counselors to support adults experiencing mild to moderate mental distress.


1 in 4 of us will experience mental distress at some point in our lives. Mild to moderate mental distress such as stress, anxiety and depression can be very debilitating and for some people it can lead to more serious problems if it isn't addressed. However access to talking therapies isn't always easy and waiting lists can be very long.

Mind Aloud provides confidential, face to face talking therapy and related psycho-therapeutic services for anyone facing common mental health difficulties or challenging life events which may be impacting their emotional well-being. 

Our coastal counseling space provides a haven of calm where individuals can explore their difficulties in a safe and peaceful place.

**Crisis: if you are in crisis, please refer to the crisis helplines page


How we fund Mind Aloud

Mind Aloud is a not-for-profit social enterprise. As a social enterprise, we raise funds through fees, donations, fund-raising activities and grants. Any surplus is reinvested back into the social enterprise to enable us to help more people, develop new products and services and improve knowledge and understanding of mental health. This pays for things like administrative costs, resources, volunteer training, supervision, CPD and expenses, professional membership fees, promotion of the services, ICT / internet costs, local room-hire, professional fees and lobbying for improved mental health services.