• Free online service

    Create The Pocket Advocate a personalised, pocket sized, portable guide designed to empower your ability to manage mental distress.

    Workshops & Training

    Mental health awareness and wellbeing programmes tailored to meet the needs of your organisation and the people it serves.

    Products & Services

    Our range of solutions are used by a variety of customers, from individuals seeking support to large organisations.

  • "Strip away the labels, and what do you have left? A person who is struggling and needs support. We all experience times of great difficulty, some of us are better at coping with those times than others.


    When we recognise the patterns that occur and outline strategies for support we can begin to overcome the repetitive cycles of mental distress, crisis and relapse. This enables a person to become empowered, which rests at the heart of everything we do."

    - Danielle Singer Moore, Founder of Project Embrace & The Pocket Advocate

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    "Today, over 5,000 people have engaged with Project Embrace through a wide range of solutions and initiatives that include online downloads, workshops, training, talks and campaigns to raise awareness. Project Embrace’s growing network of ambassadors and dedicated team of experts and volunteers are now preparing for the launch of The Pocket Advocate’s digital service in 2018."

    "Without the right intervention people become trapped in the devastating cycle of crisis and relapse, unable to fulfil their potential and live the life they truly deserve. The Pocket Advocate shows clearly that mental distress is manageable, and that with the right intervention the cycles of crisis and relapse can be prevented."

  • "Every aspect of the language and design [of The Pocket Advocate] aims to inspire ownership and a sense of authority in regard to a person’s experience. The work is coming from them."

  • "On reflection it seems clear to me that the problems relating to my original distress were never really addressed. The additional trauma of being hospitalised, diagnosed, medicated and stigmatised covered up the underlying issues that I faced as a young adult."