Established in 2008 by the Department of Psychiatry of the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP), Y Mind (Institute for the Prevention and Treatment of Mental Disorders), changed its face and became AME SUA MENTE, a non-profit association.

We are a family owned and operated business.

Ame Sua Mente aims to promote a new culture on mental health in Brazil (raise awareness, educate, train, prevent, diagnose and treat early), with the intention that people assume their emotional development from an early age. It has cutting edge programs focused on promoting mental health, reducing stigma and preventing mental issues in schools and health institutions for young people.

We are a family owned and operated business.

Love your Mind is structured through 3 well-defined strategies:

1. Promotion and prevention of mental health in schools, health centers and companies;

2. Research;

3. Advocacy.

We are a family owned and operated business.

Throughout its history, it has developed professional training for more than 500 teachers, and indirectly reaching approximately 400 thousand students and 800 thousand parents in partnership with the São Paulo State Department of Education, serving young people at risk of developing or with mental issues, in addition to conducting various research and scientific publications in the area.

We are a family owned and operated business.

Its team's differential is professional qualification, diversity (psychology, psychiatry, education and neuroscience) and extensive experience in scientific validation of innovative interventions to prevent mental issues in the public sector.

We are a family owned and operated business.

We are a family owned and operated business.


We are a family owned and operated business.





Youth program

The Recognition and Intervention in Mental Risk States Program (PRISMA) is a multiprofessional clinic that develops research and assistance activities for children, adolescents and young adults considered at risk for the development of serious mental disorders such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Our mission is to act in the identification of people at risk of developing mental disorders, to offer assistance and to develop new technologies aiming at the prevention of these conditions.



School program

Cuca Legal carries out scientific and educational work. From neurosciences, it integrates different areas of knowledge and techniques for the development of cognitive, emotional and social skills.

Mental and Emotional Health is fundamental to well-being, learning, performance and establishing healthy and equitable relationships. Essential to develop attitudes anchored in the awareness of oneself and the other and to deal with adversities. Empowered, people can generate new patterns of behavior capable of emerging individual and collective potential, in a multiplier movement.

We are a family owned and operated business.





Chairman of the Executive Board

Cold shower in the garden, a good chat with a dear friend, going to dinner early with the family and paying attention to their own anxieties, are ways that Rodrigo Bressan finds in the routine to take care of his mental health. Rodrigo is a psychiatrist and professor at UNIFESP and King's College London and author of several books, including “Mental Health at School - what educators need to know”. He received the Medal of Legislative Merit - the highest commendation from the Chamber of Deputies in Brazil - for his work on mental health education in schools and combating stigma. Research coordinator of the National Institute of Developmental Psychiatry and coordinator of the Project Connection - minds of the future with leading scientific publications in the area of childhood and adolescence on depression in adolescence. Rodrigo Bressan is president of the Ame Sua Mente Institute with a focus on
Prevention of Mental Disorders.




Project leader

Psychologist, PhD in Mental Health by the Faculty of Medicine of the University of São Paulo (USP), Post-Doctorate in Psychiatry and Medical Psychology by the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP), Specialization in Public Health and Specialization in Psychoanalysis by the University of Franca. Associate Researcher at the National Institute for Research on Alcohol and Other Drugs (INPAD). Educa Saúde coordinator who conducts professional training in chemical dependency for health and education professionals. Professor of Postgraduate courses. Author of several scientific articles and book chapters related to health promotion and chemical dependency. Responsible for the validation of screening instruments for harmful use and dependence on psychoactive substances. Researcher at Y Mind - Center for the Prevention of Mental Disorders. Coordinator of training courses in chemical dependency for health and education professionals. She also works as a clinical psychologist in a private practice.




Mental health for me is being well with myself and with life. I take care of my mental health with a lot of dialogue, love and art. Always talking to my friends and families about everything. The people we love also help me to always look on the bright side of things and learn from difficulties. In fact, always being willing to learn, I think it is another daily exercise that I do and it is good for my head. Understanding and respecting our limits is also essential. But for sure to keep it all balanced, it is not an easy task for anyone.

Andre Gola is an artist, creator of the character "Suadinho" and executive creative director of the AlmapBBDO agency. As a publicist, he has already been recognized with many awards at national and international festivals, he has won 68 Lions at the Cannes Lions World Festival to date.

In the last 5 years, it has been giving life to "Suadinho" on blank pages, on social networks, on stickers, collabs with products and brands and urban interventions in different locations around the world.


Working together

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