7 Inspiring Influencers & Organizations that Promote Mental Health & Wellbeing on Social Media

Last updated on
May 18, 2022
Haley Thorpe, DonYe Taylor

At Fohr, our mantra is that influencer content needs to either educate, entertain, or inspire. For these influencers, they definitely fulfill the inspiration category.

May marks Mental Health Awareness Month. We recently shared a survey with thousands of creators on the topic of mental health and well-being to gain a better understand of how working as a creator professionally makes and impact.

It's not all negative. In fact, 79% of respondents stated they believe social media can have a positive impact on mental health. We believe it's due to creators that promote helpful, informative and inspiring content regularly. Here are 7 examples:

Alex Elle - @alex

Alex's bio reads 'Helping people heal through writing & mindfulness.' Alex is an author, host of the podcast, The Hey Girl Podcast and This Morning Walk, as well as a facilitator.

Laura Jane Jones - @laurajaneillustrations

Laura is an illustrator that creates visual content designed to make you feel good about yourself. Laura is the author of 'The Magic of You,' is a self-care advocate, and digital creator.

HUMEN | Men's Mental Health Organization - @humenorg

Men make up 75% of suicides, but are half as likely to be diagnosed with depression. HUMEN's mission is to prevent men from suffering in silence & dying too young, and they are focused on improving & maintaining men’s mental health through The HUMEN Space.


Nedra Glover Tawwab - @nedratawwab

Nedra's goal as written in her bio is, "I teach you how to create healthy relationships." Featuring #nedranuggets, Nedra is a NYT Bestselling author and a relationship and boundaries expert.

Todd Baratz, LMHC - @yourdiagnonsense

Todd is a psychotherapist, certified sex therapist and relationship expert offering advice and recommendations through his content.

Nawal - @thebraincoach

Nawal is the Founder of the DGHP Program (Digital Growth for Healthcare Professionals) with an M.A. in Neuropsychology and a Ph.D. candidate for Cognitive Neuroscientist. You'll find their account sharing tips ranging from relationships and boundaries to self-esteem and self-perception.

Sonaksha - @sonaksha

Sonaksha is an illustrator, designer, and graphic recorder. Their illustrations and art examine care, body image and gender, and addresses subjects like disability justice, mental health and intersectional feminism.

We’ll be hosting a webinar on creator mental health, sharing insights from a survey of 160+ influencers. Register to join us here.

Article thumbnail source: @sonaksha Instagram feed

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