The Cyber-Wellness podcast was developed to explore the impact of technology on mental health and wellbeing. It aims to feature very personal perspectives on the use of social media and other digital solutions. The authors of this podcast would like to interview a wide range of Bristolians and Bristol-visiting individuals (ultimately, we would also like to engage with voices from other parts of the UK and the world) on their experiences and work in this area. The main aim of this podcast is not to provide answers, but to open up discussions. The goal is to feature a wide range of personal and professional opinions and findings around cyber-wellness. We all have different views on our wellbeing and relationship with digital technologies. Every opinion and every idea matters - and has a place -  in this extremely important discussion.

For more background on the podcast and cyber-wellness please read Our Story here. For more about the authors click here

We would love to include your voice in these discussions.



Listen to our audio interviews about the impact of digital technologies on wellbeing. (coming soon)


Connect offline with people who are also interested in exploring the impact of digital technologies on our wellbeing. (coming soon)

Online Community

Discuss your opinions, experiences, research and work related to digital and mental health in our closed online group.

How can I get involved?

If you agree with us and think this is an important topic there are few ways you can help us:

  • Spread the word - talk about us, share our content with your friends
  • Nominate a podcast speaker - explain their story in a short form (right)
  • Participate in our podcast - share your story with us (right)
  • Sponsor us - it's our private initiative but if you wish to support us, contact us

Stay in touch!

If you want to hear more about the Cyber-Wellness Project, subscribe to our Newsletter - we will only send out updates on new podcast episodes and meetups in Bristol (maximum fortnightly).


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