According to the World Health Organization (WHO), health is defined as “a state of physical, mental, social and spiritual well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”. The significance of sound mental health is just as important as physical health for an individual to lead a fulfilling life and make a positive contribution to society; this should not come as a surprise. However, the state of mental health among individuals has long gone unnoticed and even neglected at times, often being left unrecognised. At home, in schools, institutions and even at the workplace and among athletes, the prevalence of mental health issues has risen significantly.

The National Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing conducted in 2007 found that at least 1 in every 5 Australians from age 16 to 85 suffered from at least one form of mental illness during the last 12 months. The data from Missions Australia’s Youth Survey from 2014 cited similar statistics. Fortunately, there has been an increase in the awareness and emphasis on an individual’s mental health in recent years, resulting in a variety of mental health services emerging to address this global crisis. From psychotherapy to counselling and mental health coaching, these mental health services have become easily accessible through various digital mediums for everyone in every corner of the world.

Digital mental health services have enabled virtually anyone with access to a computer or a smartphone to seek quality guidance and support from trusted mental health professionals. Through digital platforms, people can easily gain access to mental health services at any time for themselves or their loved ones, often for a fraction of the cost of private counselling. These services include online programs, group or private sessions, apps, web chat, support communities and even one-on-one direct conversations with certified mental health professionals.

There is a large amount of evidence validating the effectiveness of digital mental health services, which is on par with in-person counselling sessions. The prevalence of digital health services has also encouraged an increasing number of mental well-being professionals to transition into virtual counselling, enabling them to increase their reach and positively impact more lives. Thanks to the digital medium today, mental health professionals can completely commit to their cause by providing affordable mental health services for everyone while securing a reliable and respectable source of income.

Among the emerging figures in the scene of mental health coaching is the name ‘Quality Mind’, with its unique, powerful and proven system that has transformed thousands of lives worldwide. Quality Mind’s model is a unique blend of Neuroscience, Positive Psychology, HeartMath Institute, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and Ancient Philosophies. Quality Mind’s Personal Activation System™ is built around a deep understanding of the emotional, behavioural and thought patterns of the human mind and how they can be altered to bring forth the positive desired changes in one’s life, relationships, career and performance.

With their current offering of Mind training courses, Quality Mind Global is bringing an opportunity for interested candidates to join their Mind Mentor Program and become certified mental health coaches. Anyone passionate about helping others succeed, possesses a background in mental well-being, or has previous experience with mental health conditions who have managed to overcome their demons, can enrol in any or all of the following certification programs:

  • Mental wellness coach certification
  • Mindfulness coach certification
  • Mental performance coach certification

Utilise Quality Mind’s app and become a part of the global progressive community of Mind Mentors and secure a reliable source of income while making a difference.