The Science of Self-Soothing: Young Citizen Scientists create tools for mental wellbeing with Project Soothe
The Young Citizen Scientists project has been featured as a Learning Resource by the Edinburgh Book Festival. The project will […]
The effects of viewing soothing images on the mood and wellbeing of Autistic and Neurotypical adults
The University of Reading is seeking to recruit participants, specifically autistic adults, for a master’s dissertation research project. Details of […]
Are you interested in being soothed by some images?
The University of Exeter are looking for participants age 16 years and older to take part in an online study. […]
Young Citizen Scientists
In a project generously funded by the Wellcome Trust, we worked with school children in Scotland to co-develop wellbeing tools […]
Tell us about the music you find soothing
We are recruiting adult participants for a research study. We aim to find out more about music that people find […]
Edinburgh International Book Festival 2021
Prof Stella Chan and our Young Citizen Scientists graced the stage of the Edinburgh International Book Festival, August 2021. […]
Soothing images and how they relate to individual traits and symptoms
We are looked for participants aged 18 years + to take part in our online study.
Project Soothe Exhibition Report
We held an exhibition in the Real Life Science Studio of the John Hope Gateway at the Royal Botanic Garden […]
Find out more about how to submit your soothing photos and help us learn more about the everyday experience of self-soothe.