We encourage and support people as they work with us to improve their health, with empathy, understanding and respect.
Improvements in health cannot happen without easy-to-access, clinically-validated interventions people can depend on for treatment and support.
When it comes to digital health, we believe scientific research and meaningful innovations, driven by that research, are the way forward.
Because people’s health and safety are at the centre of everything we do, we conduct comprehensive research on all products—from testing concepts to evaluating usability with diverse users.
Treatment programs are validated through randomized controlled trials (RCTs), including pivotal clinical trials towards FDA clearance, and audited by third parties to ensure unbiased solutions.
- Customers and end-users want connected solutions, not fragmentation.
- A commitment to building our ethical principles into our products as they’re developed.
- Engaging, evidence-based solutions for our end-users, supported by science.
- Delivering the right tool, at the right time, to the end-users who need them.
Our diverse, cross-functional team of researchers, engineers and designers collaborate with the best clinicians in the world to develop and implement groundbreaking technology. Together, we're dedicated to combining our talents for the greater good.
We leverage advanced data analysis to create solutions that support people everywhere in their efforts to live healthier lives.
Interested in joining our team? Check out our current openings here.
World-renowned US mental health expert in mental health research, policy and technology.
Chief of Psychology, Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Professor, Harvard Medical School.
University College London (UCL), Head of the Division of Psychology and Language Sciences.
Professor of Clinical Psychology and Head of the Department of Clinical, Education and Health Psychology at University College London (UCL).
CEO of Oncoustics, an innovative AI solutions company. Past CPO at Pear Therapeutics.