In the US only one in three people with anxiety and depression seek help. Jane Sarasohn-Kahn, Health Economist & Management Consultant at THINK-Health, moderates a panel that covers emerging online mental health resources that can help bridge this gap. These demos introduce us to a variety of accessible, quality care for those that can’t and don’t get these services.
Eve Phillips, CEO of Empower Interactive, demos their website Good Days Ahead (GDA). GDA is an interactive e-learning program that teaches individuals how to apply the principles of cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT) to overcome depression and anxiety. Clinicians and administrators can also access the program to securely monitor and track, as appropriate, their clients’ use of the system.
Eve Phillips, CEO & Co-founder, Empower Interactive
Eve’s moved from a carer leading technology companies to creating an online platform that optimizes learning and adoption of core skills for managing stress, anxiety and depression, using evidence-based psychotherapy techniques. You can see how her Stanford MBA compares to Michael’s Harvard version. This demo was part of “The Virtual Couch: Online Behavioral Health” panel at the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 conference.
“The Virtual Couch: Online Behavioral Health” was a panel at the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 conference.