NISAD / INSIS

Programmes, with apps and games

for children and adults –

Across the globe!

ELK-Health Programmes

Revolutionaries fighting for
better emotional health
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Why hasn’t evolution removed these debilitating conditions from our lives?
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How can we easily get insight that makes us feel better about ourselves?
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How can we change our behaviours so that we feel we are worthwhile, happy and contented?

To find out more More about our Programmes

– with their apps and games – please tell us which of these are of interest to you:

Anteros
– for people who would like to interact with more people than they do
Armed
– for people who have strong feelings about what might happen in the future
Erg
– for people affected by stress, a feeling that what they need to do is too much
Focus
– our innovative programme for people concerned about memory
Harlequin
– for people affected by depression
Milestones
– for conditions that are relevant to important stages of our life – from early teenage through to old-age
Nidra
– when the quality of our sleep is causing us concern
NoWeigh Club
– probably the most innovative solution to being the size you want to be in the world
Richte Personal
– for when relationships – be they at home, work or anywhere – need help navigating
Richte Legal
There is also a programme specifically for people working the legal professions: Richte Legal
Type 2 Club
– for those diagnosed with, or worried about, Type 2 diabetes

Our Programmes

are being designed to be exciting, fun and insightful. They can be enjoyed as part of your daily life. And because of that, they work!

Contact Us


info@nisad.org

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Revolutionaries fighting for better emotional health.

WHAT WE DO?


NISAD provide research, online and face-to-face clinics, as well as apps, games and programmes for adults and children.

PEOPLE NEEDING EMOTIONAL WELLBEING SUPPORT AROUND THE WORLD SO FAR THIS YEAR

PEOPLE GETTING EMOTIONAL WELLBEING SUPPORT SO FAR THIS YEAR