Rob Croot

Rob Croot


I am delighted to join Mindjam as a mentor as I truly believe gaming is such positive way to connect with others and bring out the best in them.

Alongside Mindjam I work as an events manager for the local academy where I support young people and the local community take part in a variety of clubs, events and activities.
I have helped support Theatre groups, sports clubs, extra curricular activities as well as charities by creating a positive environment for young people to thrive in. I have extensive experience and training in supporting neurodivergent young people and safeguarding.  I am also fully DBS checked.
I have played video games my whole life through all the PlayStation as well as Nintendo consoles where I have found it has helped me overcome mental health obstacles and has allowed me to connect with and talk to others. I have also experienced the benefits of helping others through playing multiplayer games where playing games such as Minecraft, Fortnite and Mario kart with my younger brother whilst chatting has done wonders for our mental health and wellbeing.

Favourite Games

Pokemon Scarlet, Super Mario wonder, Mario kart 8, Crash Team Racing, Dragon Quest, Spiderman 2, Diablo, Splatoon, Mario Odyssey, Crash bandicoot


Video games, football (Arsenal), Drawing (Digital and on paper), painting, creative writing, reading books and comics, badminton, cooking, collecting Pokémon and Yugioh cards, creative writing, animation.

We'd love to hear from you.

If you would like our team to get in touch with you to discuss how we can help you and your young people through our services, please feel free to fill out our contact form, and we will be in touch as soon as possible to talk you through enrolling with one of our mentors or counsellors

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