SPOKE is an app that marries music with mental health. Working with lyricists and musical artists as well as clinical psychologists, therapists, and neuroscientists, the platform aims to normalise discussions around wellness by giving younger generations accessible content they can relate to.
An Australian ad campaign is looking to challenge masculine stereotypes that stop men from seeking out support when struggling. With the conversation around men's mental health opening up, empathy is a powerful way to connect with men and positively impact their wellbeing.
Tech is merging with healthcare through an AI algorithm that detects crucial moments during therapy sessions. The tool aims to supplement therapists to boost the quality of service. As mental health professionals struggle with capacity, people want faster access to high-quality support.
As COVID-19 increased the prevalence of mental health issues across the UK, support services – which were already under strain pre-pandemic – were stretched to their limits. How has TikTok helped Gen Z maintain their wellbeing during the crisis? And how can it supplement clinical care?
As people around the world wrestle with the impact of COVID-19 on their mental health, therapy and helpful apps are being sought out by people looking for support. Tackling the stigma of open conversations about mental health, Intellect is a Singapore-based app pushing for positive change.