psych.E is an interactive platform that supports web- and mobile-based patient engagement for the millions of American adolescents coping with mental health problems such as ADHD, anxiety, OCD, depression, sleep disturbance, PTSD and autism spectrum disorder.

Numerous studies indicate that patient engagement improves clinical outcomes and saves health care dollars, yet existing approaches are too expensive, unstandardized, and out of touch with kids’ needs. Kids need to feel less confused about medication and more connected to peers with similar issues. Parents want to better understand their child’s diagnosis and learn how to actively monitor their response to treatment.

Using teen-centric modes of communication (videos and social media) along with innovative treatment tracking tools that allow kids to anonymously compare their experience with others, psych.E promotes kids’ engagement in their mental health care.

Our founders’ deep experience in media production and pediatric ...
psych.E is an interactive platform that supports web- and mobile-based patient engagement for the millions of American adolescents coping with mental health problems such as ADHD, anxiety, OCD, depression, sleep disturbance, PTSD and autism spectrum disorder.

Numerous studies indicate that patient engagement improves clinical outcomes and saves health care dollars, yet existing approaches are too expensive, unstandardized, and out of touch with kids’ needs. Kids need to feel less confused about medication and more connected to peers with similar issues. Parents want to better understand their child’s diagnosis and learn how to actively monitor their response to treatment.

Using teen-centric modes of communication (videos and social media) along with innovative treatment tracking tools that allow kids to anonymously compare their experience with others, psych.E promotes kids’ engagement in their mental health care.

Our founders’ deep experience in media production and pediatric clinical trials emboldens our interest in finding innovative ways to improve the treatment experience and quality of care for kids and families coping with mental illness.
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