Our first service

Apart of Me

The world's first virtual world helping young people talk about death.

Designed by experts in child bereavement and family psychology, Apart of Me is an emotional support system, helping turn a family's nightmare into a reservoir of hope and wisdom for future generations.

Apart of Me is freely available for anyone who wants it. To find out more about the project the Guardian named in it's Top 10 tech projects to look out for in 2018, click below.


A typically-busy family routine, based on our research

Bounce journal

Our second service

Building emotional resilience in families

Families often have no time or energy to connect with one another and they end up spending a lot of their free time together on digital - they are worried about their kids and possibly their own mental health but they simply don’t know what to do about it.

The busy family routine

Like brushing your teeth, if you don’t engage in regular mental health habits then your kids will be at risk of developing more severe problems down the line.

Bounce journal

We are creating a wrap-around service that helps busy families create 'daily moments that count', building emotional resilience through connection.


Our team

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Louis Weinstock is a child and family psychotherapist with over 16 years experience supporting marginalised young people. He ran a therapeutic education provision for adolescents with complex trauma, kickstarted Headspace’s mindfulness app for kids, and has designed and delivered meditation and emotional resilience courses for parents, kids, and teachers.

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Ben Page is a software developer with 17 years professional experience who has designed, built and launched multiple products for startups, government and financial institutions. He fell in love with creating software after writing his first computer game on the family’s Apple II back in the 80s.

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