stem4 Finalists at The Royal Society for Public Health Awards 2019
The stem4 mobile phone apps, Calm Harm and Clear Fear were finalists in the competitive, Public Mental Health & Wellbeing category. Held at the beautiful East Wintergarden in Canary Wharf, this prestigious fixture was hosted by the RSPH President Professor Lord Patel of Braford OBE and broadcaster Natasha Kaplinsky.
With 1 in 12 young people self-harming and 1 in 8 presenting with an anxiety condition, the mental health of children and young people continues to be a national concern. With this in mind, stem4 has developed two apps to support young people’s mental health: Calm Harm to help manage or resist the urge to self-harm, and Clear Fear to manage the symptoms of anxiety.
Calm Harm has over a million downloads in 171 countries whilst Clear Fear, only released at the end of Dec 2019, already has close to a 100,000. stem4 is proud to provide early intervention for 12-19 year olds,via clinically safe apps, which are free, accessible, collaboratively created, nationally and internationally.
For information please visit www.stem4.org.uk