Feels FM: the world’s first emoji powered jukebox!

18th September 2018

Calling all young people! See Me wants your ideas about how to tackle mental health stigma.

As part of Year of Young People, See Me have created Feels FM, the world’s first online emoji powered jukebox for mental health. Made in collaboration with young people, Feels FM aims to promote music as a positive coping strategy to deal with feelings. It also encourages young people to share their views on what would make a difference to help end mental health stigma and discrimination.

Run a Feels FM session

Alongside the online platform, young people have also helped See Me to make a Feels FM activity pack to support conversations about mental health and what they think would help tackle stigma and discrimination. The two best ideas received from across the country will be awarded a £1000 grant to help bring the idea to life!

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