MindFlip: Brain Science Tools for Everyday Living

New online program for teens that provides practical and accessible knowledge and tools to support mental health and navigate life challenges.

  • This free, self-paced and youth-friendly program is suitable for youth in grades 6-12.

MindFlip teaches brain science and skills for mental fitness, including emotional regulation, self-awareness, and practical tools to deal with stress and life challenges.

Four core modules include learning material, videos, interactive content, and guided practices and are intended for independent or group learning. The program includes teacher guides and student printouts to aid a teacher/parent facilitated learning (suggested for younger youth), as well as a list of local youth resources.

Topics include:

  • Introduction to MindFlip & how it can support our mental health
  • Brain science that supports practical tools for effective self-regulation
  • Why it’s beneficial to have greater awareness of our thoughts and emotions
  • Learning and practicing compassion for self and others
  • The value of noticing the “good” stuff in our lives, especially in difficult times

Who if it for?

This program is suitable for youth in grades 6 through 12 and can be used by counsellors, community based organizations and families.

What is the cost?

Mindflip is available free of charge


“I believe that this program will help many other youths that struggle with the negative mindset and flip to a better one.” – Grade 12 student

 “I found it very well done for caregivers as well as students. It helped having the youth perspective as well. The videos are done really well and everything was explained in a way that everyone can understand. The guided practices at the end of each session are really helpful.” – Parent Support Worker

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Our Impact The topic and word "suicide" is not so scary after taking a training from the Crisis Centre of BC. I'm grateful to have been here today, and am hopeful that I can help people in the future. safeTALK participant, Agassiz