Get PsychEd!

Together, we’re going to create amazing things.

We applaud your commitment to Psych EDucation and sharing resources with your internal and external networks. Now that you are a part of our partnership program, you may be asking what do I do next?

You are in the right spot!

In this guide, we will share with you some ways you can announce the news about your partnership.

From understanding the ways you can share your videos to accessing email templates you can use to share the news about your partnership, this guide will provide you with messaging templates, technical instructions, and real-life examples from other partners.

Remember all messaging templates, images, logos, and infographics can be downloaded on our website at www.psychhub.com/getpsyched

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Our Vision

Bring mental health education to the world.

At Psych Hub, we are reimagining substance use, suicide prevention, and mental health education through intentional and thoughtful video creation. We've created the most comprehensive online video library in the world that hosts free, engaging videos about a wide variety of topics within the mental health space. Pysch Hub is solving the mental health, opioid, and suicide crisis by providing free, credible education to all on mental health conditions and treatment options.

By combining clinical research and the art of storytelling, our videos provide engaging and credible mental health information that is accessible to everyone.

Our Mission

Psych Hub aims to be the trusted resource for consumers, family members, providers, and anyone else seeking evidence-based mental health information.

Psych Hub aims to be the trusted resource for consumers, family members, providers, and anyone else seeking evidence-based mental health information.

Our content is meant to help individuals better understand their health care journey, from identifying symptoms to providing insight on therapy and treatment options. The stories we tell are brought to life through short animated videos to effectively demonstrate the many faces of mental health and substance use disorders.

Mental health disorders can impact anyone. Through meaningful and innovative education, we can provide understanding and help each other lead healthier lives.

Why mental health education?

Mental health disorders don't discriminate. In fact, about one in five adults in the United States will experience mental illness in a given year.

Mental Health by the Numbers:

  • 1 billion people (13%) worldwide experience a mental illness each year.1
  • In the United States, nearly 1 in 5 adults will experience a mental health condition and children ages 13-18 will encounter a serious mental illness.2
  • Approximately 1 in 25 adults in the U.S. (11.2 million) experiences a serious mental illness in a given year that substantially interferes with or limits one or more major life activities.3
  • 56% of American adults with a mental illness do not receive treatment.4
  • 1.1% of adults in the U.S. live with schizophrenia.5
  • 2.6% of adults in the U.S. live with bipolar disorder.6
  • 6.9% of adults in the U.S.—16 million—had at least one major depressive episode in the past year.7
  • 18.1% of adults in the U.S. experienced an anxiety disorder such as posttraumatic stress disorder, obsessive-com- pulsive disorder and specific phobias.8
  • 1 suicide is completed every 12 minutes.9 And 90% of those who completed suicide had an underlying mental

Find graphics displaying these awareness stats in our Partner Resource Center.

We focus on hope, not guilt. That's why we see education as the means to create a culture that's smart about mental health. Now, let's dive into the details and do this thing together.

Get Social

Now that you’ve partnered with Psych Hub, we know you may want to share the news on your social media channels. Here are some sample posts to get you started.

In the United States, almost half of adults will experience a mental illness during their lifetime. That’s why we’re thrilled to partner with Psych Hub to provide engaging, best-in-class #mentalhealth education resources for all. Join us in changing the tide! [Link to Partner Page or Video Hub]

Keep your network updated.

We’re always updating our own social feeds and keeping our partners in the loop on what’s going on at Psych Hub. You can rotate sharing different videos or talk about why your organization is passionate about mental health education to keep the conversation going.

Share with style

From sharing inspiring animations of important mental health concepts to highlighting stories about the people we work with, these graphics are some examples of how we can help you connect with your audience to #GetPsychEd about our partnership. Here are some sample posts to get you started.

But wait – there's more. You have access to all of these images and several others to share on your social channels. You will find images that have been optimized for each social platform. Find all downloads in our Partner Resource Center.

Above is an example of a post you can use to announce your partnership along with some of our sample copy, if you would like!

To the left is an example of a mental health statistic graphic that speaks to the importance of the work our wider community is engaged in. Find more examples in the Partner Resource Center and stay tuned for campaign-specific graphics each month by signing up for our newsletter!)

Craft your communication plan

Email is a great way to tell your internal and external audiences about your new partnership. Here are some sample emails to get you started!

External Audience

Pro Tip

Download these email templates & other graphics to spice up emails in our Partner Resource Center.

Internal Audience

Connect with your audience in person

Looking for a way to bring your team together? Maybe you want to have a more proactive conversation around mental health with your community.

We provide our partners with the resources they need to have in-person conversations and discussions about Psych Hub resources with their staff, employees, members, or patients.

We have two resources prepared for you.

Psych Hub Flyer

Use this document to answer any questions from your patients or colleagues about Psych Hub.

You can also print out this PDF and distribute to your team or hang it up in your office for patients to see. Click this link to access the Psych Hub Flyer

About Psych Hub & Mental Health Deck

Use this ready-to-go deck during your next staff meeting or lunch and learn.

In this deck you will be able to tell your team about Psych Hub's mission and how to use the videos to learn more about mental health. Click this link to access the Psych Hub & Mental Health Deck.

Facilitation tips & tricks.

Engage in dialogue. Encourage sharing. Print has a tangibility that the web doesn’t. It allows you to present static messages to your audience and attract the attention of readers. By creating print materials that feature engaging copy and visuals, you can inform, educate, and inspire your audience.

Pro Tip

Use these resources together! The Psych Hub Flyer document is a great handout to share after you next lunch and learn.

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Use our assets with our signature style.

We use two versions of our logo:

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DOS & DON'TS

  • DO place our logo on a white or clean back- ground. Mom got this one right; it's best to keep things clean.
  • DO use all-white versions of our logos on dark backgrounds.
  • DO give our logo some air. Make sure there's enough space around it so it's legible.
  • DON'T place our logo on a cluttered back- ground. We don't want it to get lost in the crowd.
  • DON'T change the font or the capitalization. DON'T manipulate the logo. No stretching.

You can find downloadable versions of all versions of our logos in our Partner Resource Center.

Writing tips & tricks.

We know that talking about mental health isn't easy, so we aim to keep our voice positive and encouraging while informative and precise. Be friendly. We love it when communication feels personal and real. Be accurate. We're very careful to ensure our content is clinically-sound. Be inspirational. Our goal is that every interaction with Psych Hub leaves someone feeling knowledgeable, happy, and hopeful.

You are the people who help make our dream possible.

Thank you for connecting with us, for being a partner and part of our community, for supporting our mission, and for helping us strive toward a healthier future for all.

We hope you gain the knowledge you need for yourself or someone else. Get educated, share your stories, show compassion, and don’t judge. Together we can change the stigma around mental health.

DOCUMENT CREATED BY MARKETING@PSYCHHUB.COM. PLEASE REACH OUT WITH FURTHER QUESTIONS.

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