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My Possible Self

The Mental Health App

We’ve teamed up with My Possible Self: The Mental Health App to provide you with 12 months’ free access.

My Possible Self is a research-led app designed to improve the mental health and wellbeing of people living with stress, anxiety and low mood. Using the learning modules, you’ll discover simple steps you can take that’ll help you to live happier and healthier. You can track how you feel each day with the Mood Tracker and highlight activities, places and people that influence your mood, so you can focus on the things that make you feel great and do less of the things that don’t.

The learning modules work best when used consistently over a few weeks, so you can practice your skills and reflect on your habits.

To access this app through BWC, you must be over 18 and either work, or have worked, for a UK bank, or be the spouse, partner or dependent of someone who is a current or former bank worker.

If you’re under 18, you can visit our Kooth app for support with maintaining your wellbeing. If you’re unsure whether you’re eligible, please contact our free Helpline on 0800 0234 834.

If you’re interested in accessing the app for a 12-month period, please complete the form below. If you’re eligible, you’ll receive an email with a link to the My Possible Self website and log-in details.

This service is only available for current or former bank workers and their family and dependents. Please visit our Mind pages for more information and useful guides.
If you are under 18 you can visit our Kooth app for support with maintaining your wellbeing, click here to find out more and sign up.

Are you eligible?

Your Details

Your data

Any data you provide to us via this form will be used in accordance with our privacy policy, which can be found here. We may contact you for feedback on your experience with the app, to understand how we can better support your health and wellbeing.                           

More support

We can help with accessing mental health support services (for example counselling) through our partnership with Insight Healthcare. If you’d like to learn more about how we can help you, please call our free Helpline on 0800 0234 834 or get in touch with us via our Contact us form.

Urgent support

If you feel you are unable to keep yourself safe, please contact your local 24/7 Mental Health Crisis Line. You can find your local crisis line here.

If you need urgent assistance with your mental or physical health, please dial 999 or visit your nearest A&E department. This includes if you are feeling unable to keep yourself safe.