Created in partnership with Barnardo's

Children’s mental health help for parents in one place

Parenting in today’s complex world isn’t easy. And looking after your child’s mental wellbeing is more important than ever. 

But there's no manual to tell you what’s wrong or what to do.

Spring is a new service that will empower parents and carers with non-judgmental advice and step-by-step support. It will offer you tailored support, access to experts and articles designed to help you help the young person in your life.

Spring is currently being developed in partnership with Barnardo’s, the UK’s largest children's charity. Register your email address and we'll let you know when we're live.

How Spring will work

When it comes to mental wellbeing no one-size fits all, which is why we tailor our support to your circumstances.

A few questions

To get you to the right support quickly, you'll answer some short questions about you and your child.

Instant help

You’ll then be directed to support and a library of useful articles, tools and tips relevant to you and your child's mental wellbeing.

Tailored support

You'll also be able to select the type and level of support that is right for you, including 1-to-1 expert advice for parents and specialist children’s therapy.

Why Spring?


Designed by children’s mental health experts and tested by real parents, we'll make a meaningful difference through easy-to-follow advice.


You'll be able to get immediate access to information and advice that’s right for you, we’ll be here to help 24/7 365 days a year.


We take data security seriously. All your information will be fully encrypted and we'll use strict procedures to prevent unauthorised access.

Find out when we launch

We're still developing Spring, but we'll be ready to launch soon. Leave your email and we'll let you know as soon as we're live.

Resources & Articles

If you're worried about your child's mental wellbeing or behaviour now, below are some useful articles put together by child mental health specialists at Barnardo’s.

If you – or someone you know – are in immediate danger, call the police on 999. If you're a child or young person and you need to talk to someone, you can call Childline on 0800 1111. The Samaritan's website offers online chat or you can call them on 116 123. Further suggestions for where to get help can be found on the Barnardo's website.