About Us

Miricyl was founded in 2017 with the aim of increasing Mental Illness Research in Children and Young Lives, a Miricyl. Our CEO started by investigating the UK’s £5bn per year of health research funding. During the course of our campaigning on this UK Research and Innovation, the UK’s largest funder, announced a £35 million investment in adolescent mental health in 2019 and a further £24 million in 2021.

In 2020 Miricyl’s focus shifted to developing digital solutions for young people’s mental health. There is a large gap between the number of young people affected by mental illness and the resources available to help them. Of the 1.7 million young people affected by mental illness 2 out of 3 are not receiving NHS treatment. We want to fill that gap.

Our Partners and Supporters

Saving life is a pricesless.
Every little helps.

If you like what you see on our website, we have designed our AI platform so that other organisations can use their branding on it. You can make it your own and use our technology, picking and choosing form our curated content. If there is functionality that you would like to see please let us know. The more users we have the more we can learn about what helps people with their mental illness, so we welcome working with new partners. Please get in touch

Testimonials

"This website really helps parents too."
"I love it" Alan, Youth Centre Manager.
"It is really, really cool" Alice, Age 14.

Blogs News and Research

We exist to help young people affected by mental illness.
This report was written by young people, supported by Young Scot and funded by the Scottish Government. We love it and are implementing some of the recommendations.
How to build a website Part I Branding
We worked with amazing young designer Naomi and she created this pack to ask young people what they liked in terms of branding, mood, colours and functionality.
How to build a website Part II Clinical Screening
We worked on a project led by the Head of Psychology at Edinburgh University and Claire Ann his Phd student helped create this clinical screening concept.
How to build a website Part III User Stories
User stories are key building blocks for creating any digital product. Here is one of our proposed user stories.
How to build a website Part IV Key Components of an App
Claire Ann and a team of Masters students from Edinburgh University created this research piece on the key components of mental health apps.
How to build a website Part V Developer Brief
We used all this to create a brief for the developers of the latest iteration of our website.
How to build a website Part VI Continuous Improvement
Pete from leading design and development agency TopTal conducted in depth user interviews to help us improve our website

Please join our newsletter

Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.

Well never spam or give away your email

WordPress Lightbox
Scroll to Top