What is ThinkNinja?
ThinkNinja is an app specifically designed to educate 10-18 year olds about mental health, emotional wellbeing and to provide skills young people can use to build resilience and stay well.
ThinkNinja is built on CBT principles, a psychological talking therapy based on the theory that our thoughts, feelings and our behaviour are all connected.
CBT works to help us notice and change problematic thinking styles or behaviour patterns so we can feel better
How ThinkNinja works?
ThinkNinja® addresses a range of issues including stress, anxiety, low mood, or having unhelpful thoughts. All of which can be triggered by the pressures of modern life, such as exams, struggling to make friends or social situations.
The user is coached by the WiseNinja, powered by artificial intelligence and the skills of a clinical psychologist.
Why chose ThinkNinja?
ThinkNinja® is free to download for all students with the correct access code, and can be downloaded via the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.
Two Step Ups
Easy to Use
What makes ThinkNinja unique
TWO CLINICAL STEP UPS ARE AVAILABLE WITHIN THE APP
Why use ThinkNinja?
- Beat exam stress
- Cope with difficult feelings
- Bust the stress blues
- Improve your mood
- Relax and get better sleep
- Deal with negative thoughts
- Reach your goals
ThinkNinja Customer Support Assets
An Introduction to ThinkNinja
ThinkNinja beating low mood
ThinkNinja supports anxiety
ThinkNinja beats thinking traps
ThinkNinja & hot cross buns
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Below are a selection of presentations for you to use to engage young people around how ThinkNinja can help them develop life skills, including an assembly plan, staff training and a lesson plan.
Thinking traps exercise
Thought challenger exercise
Email and Letter templates and suggested Tweets
Suggestions for your school and personal social media pages - copy, paste and edit the examples below:
Sample Tweet One
Sample Tweet Two
- Beat exam stress
- Reach their goals
- Defeat negative thoughts
- Overcome symptoms of anxiety and low mood
Sample Tweet Three