My Mental Health was curated and created by an editorial group consisting of multidisciplinary team of senior mental health practitioners including senior medical management, specialist subject librarians and e-health and clinical staff.

The App was developed within the NHS Scotland Right Decision System and with the input and support of the Mental Health Network Greater Glasgow and Clyde.


About our team

Editorial Group 2023:

Martin Culshaw, Anne Malarkey, Nagore Penades, Tracey Mckee, Karen Macleod, Catherine Taylor, Kate Lowson, Michelle Hagan, Joanne Robertson & Fiona Murray.

Thank you to the many people who have invested their time and effort, and shared their work to make this possible, below is not an exhaustive list:

  • Wellbeing Services South Glasgow, in particular Carly Macleod and Katherine Bech
  • DHI
  • David Coyle
  • Medical Illustrations



NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde, legally known as Greater Glasgow Health Board (the “Board”) provides the ‘MyApp: My Mental Health’ app/website (“App/Website”) to help the people it serves in East Dunbartonshire, East Renfrewshire, Glasgow City, Inverclyde, Renfrewshire and West Dunbartonshire. Each individual participating organisation which contributes resources to the App/Website has sole responsibility for the information created or published by them. Any information appearing on the App/Website is issued as general information, is not warranted by the Board, nor should it be taken as advice. No responsibility can be accepted by the Board or any other organisation for action or inaction as a result of information contained on the App/Website. Users should take advice from health and care professionals in respect of specific situations. The use and access of pages of the App/Website is subject to the terms and conditions set out below and by this disclaimer. By using or accessing the App/Website, you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions.


Users should consult the copyright statements on the resources signposted by this site.

Links to other Websites and applications

The provision on the App/Website of a link to another website or application does not constitute any authorisation to access material held at that location. Links to sites are provided for informational purposes only and no responsibility is accepted for the quality of resources to be found on such websites. The contents and material made available on linked sites are completely out with the Board’s control and as such no liability is accepted for any loss or damage resulting from accessing or failing to access these sites. No endorsement is expressed or implied by the presence of a link on the  App/Website. The contents of a linked-to website may change without the Board’s knowledge and as a result, links may break or may terminate on pages which were not the original targets of a link. No responsibility or liability for the privacy of personal information is accepted for linked to websites, as these are beyond the Board’s control.


The resources contained on the App/Website, including all files that are authorised for public and password-protected download or access, are provided on an “as is” basis and without any warranties. No warranty is given that files downloaded or accessed from the  App/Website are free of computer viruses. No warranties are made as to fitness for purpose, quality or completeness of information. The App/Website excludes any liability for any errors in or omissions in information provided on or linked to from the App/Website.

Reliability of information

The Board uses reasonable efforts to ensure the accuracy and reliability of information on the App/Website in accordance with the policies defined for the App/Website . However, no guarantees are made that the information contained on the App/Website  or associated, or linked to websites is accurate, complete and current at any given time. Information presented on the App/Website  or associated sites may be changed at any time. The resources made available on the App/Website are intended to assist  and support people to best manage their mental health and related needs. The App/Website is not intended in any way to replace the advice of health and care professionals. Nothing on the App/Website is intended to constitute advice. Specific advice should be sought in specific situations from a properly qualified health or care professional. Content on the App/Website is governed by a number of policies and guidelines. Users of the App/Website should inform the web team using the Feedback form  if they should come across any material contained which they consider to be potentially in breach of any of the published  Scottish Government or NHS Scotland policies or of any relevant legislation in order for the appropriate remedial action to be taken.

Availability of the App/Website

Although the App/Website has been tested and should work correctly under normal circumstance, there are many factors both within and outside of the control of the Board which may prevent the App/Website from being available to users of the world-wide-web. No responsibility is accepted by the Board for any losses that may arise from an inability to access resources on the App/Website. Where a user finds a specific error in the coding of a web page, or where they consider a page to be in breach of accessibility or other published policies of the App/Website, the user should notify the web team via the feedback form in order that appropriate action may be taken.

Governing laws

The terms and conditions of use of the App/Website shall be governed by the laws of Scotland.

Contact us

MyApp: My Mental Health is not continuously monitored and is not able to provide direct advice or support on mental health issues to members of the public.

HELP & SUPPORT – If you, or someone you know, needs urgent help or is in crisis, call NHS 24 on 111. If you just need to talk with someone, there is help available. The Samaritans are there 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. You can call them on 116 123 (freephone) or email: jo@samaritans.org. Breathing Space offers a confidential phone line for anyone in Scotland feeling low, anxious or depressed. You can call free on 0800 83 85 87.

COMPLAINTS - Should you wish to complain about the care you have received in one of the NHSGGC acute hospitals please use the following link. Should you wish to complain about the care you have received through one of our community services we would advise you to follow the specific services complaints procedure. 

FEEDBACK - If you would like to send us some feedback on the app please contact us using the form below. Thank you.



Latest Updates

The list below details all additions & changes to content on this site since 15/05/2023


Date Page added/changed Notes
23/05/23 Silvercloud information removed pending updated information on referral pathways for this resource.  

Last reviewed: 17/11/2023

Next review date: 15/03/2024

Approved By: NHSGGC MH Supported Self-Management App Editorial Group

Reviewer name(s): NHSGGC MH Supported Self-Management App Editorial Group .