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Mob's Educational Shorts Delve in the World of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

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Launched with Mob's official charity Brocky's Trust, the films aim to teach teens about the importance of mental wellbeing

Mob's Educational Shorts Delve in the World of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Brocky’s Trust presents a series of powerful and educational short films, communicating the five steps of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, to support 13+ year-olds in discussing their mental wellbeing with others.

Brocky’s Trust is Mob Sport’s official charity, set up by The Mob Film co’s executive producer, John Brocklehurst, in memory of his father who was known to everyone as ‘Brocky’.


Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a talking therapy that can help people manage problems by changing the way they think and behave.

The five films - funded through the National Lottery and written by one of the country’s leading practitioners, Dr. Claire Gillvray – deliver expert advice through a combination of kinetic typography, contemporary animation, and emotive voice-overs recorded by local students, giving the films a raw but relatable edge.

With each film roughly 90 seconds in length, the series is perfectly tailored for national distribution across social and educational platforms, ensuring maximum reach to our target age group.

John Brocklehurst: “I’m incredibly proud of the work Brocky’s Trust do and when the possibility of the funding for this project presented itself myself and the team really got to work on creating these great films that will help kids cope a little better with their training and daily lives, especially with all their lives being thrown upside down over the last year”


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The Mob, Tue, 02 Mar 2021 15:43:43 GMT