Some concepts we're incubating

Over the past year our teams have been hard at work researching and identifying what it takes to build the products and services needed to transform mental healthcare. Under the umbrella of our mental healthcare incubator, these two projects are currently in the works:

 

1000 Journeys

By interviewing over 1,000 patients, loved ones, and healthcare providers, the 1,000 Journeys Project seeks to map out the problem space and seed products that solve the biggest challenges in mental healthcare. Click above to meet Malik, a young professional with bipolar disorder and Jessica a college student who battled depression.

 THE "DON'T PANIC" WEARABLE  The Don't Panic Wearable is an AI-based software compatible with existing wearables and mobile devices that monitors user data in real-time. Its purpose is to predict the onset of an anxiety attack and deploy in-the-moment user-specific CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) interventions to halt the progression of the anxiety attack. 



Towel

Towel is an AI-based software compatible with wearables such as FitBits that predicts and deploys in-the-moment interventions against panic attacks.

 

 
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RYAN DOES RESI

Originally an anonymous outlet for her own mental illness journey, this blog has become a psychologist-recommended resource for patients and loved ones worldwide going through treatment and recovery from eating disorders. Ryan has revealed her identity as Kim Le, a successful financial analyst. But at what cost?

 
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Kim's TED Talk on her eating disorder journey

After 12 years of vehement denial and silent suffering, Kim was dying in the hospital and forced to make the very difficult decision of checking into residential treatment. This is her story. 

http://www.ryandoesresi.com/