Finally, a mental health coaching app with

proven results.

The United States is facing a mental health crisis.

Stress, burnout, depression, and anxiety. Our nation’s mental health crisis is at an all-time high, affecting children, adolescents, college students, adults, and seniors across the socioeconomic spectrum. The demand for mental health care is stronger than ever, with nearly six in ten (56%) Americans seeking or wanting to seek mental health services for themselves or a loved one.

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Total U.S. mental health spent in 2019.

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Number of Americans living with mental illness (one in five adults).

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Number of Americans with co-occurring mental health and addiction disorders.

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Of adults with mental illness didn’t receive mental health services in the last year.

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Mindboost is here to help.

Our new coaching tool is here to bridge the gap.

Developed by clinicians and researchers, Mindboost is available 24/7 to provide integrative support through conversational self-help interventions. Acting as a coaching tool, Mindboost helps users develop positive habits and strengthen the attributes that help us connect and thrive.

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Mindy is a mental health support chatbot powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI).

Our support chatbot Mindy is powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI) and assists in developing coping strategies, education, and breathing exercises proven to reduce the symptoms of anxiety and depression. Using proprietary emotion ontology technology based on nine years of ongoing research, Mindy can hold 3 million unique conversations and offer over 800 interventions and topics.

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The First Mental Health Coaching App is here.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), mental health conditions have a substantial effect on all areas of life, including performance at school or work, relationships with family and friends, and the ability to participate in a community.

The two most common mental health conditions are depression and anxiety. These illnesses alone cost the global economy $1 trillion U.S. dollars per year.

A 2018 study revealed mental health services are insufficient despite high demand, and the root of the problem is lack of access— or the ability to find care (America’s Mental Health 2018 by National Council for Behavioral Health and Cohen Veterans Network).

Challeges facing access to mental health services include high costs, stigma, and long waits.

The Mindboost solution is: Science Backed. Results Driven.

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Staying informed is the first step towards improving emotional wellness and mental health at your school, university, or workplace community.

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At Mindboost — we love a good challenge.

We believe mental health is as vital to wellness as physical health. Mindboost is a leader in innovating the technologies that create better access to mental health services. Learn why health systems, employers, school districts, universities, and health insurance companies across the world use our tools to make a difference in their communities and to address the mental health crisis through coaching solutions that WORK.

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Research studies found on average reduced symptoms of Anxiety by 28%
Depression by 18%

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