For Professionals

MindLife’s main focus is developing cutting-edge technologies for mental health (including anxiety, depression, burn-out, and other stress-related conditions) and related mind-body diseases that have no effective medication or treatment today.

For Professionals

Evidence-based Solutions using Breakthrough Technology

Our goal is to deliver practical, effective, evidence-based solutions that enhance patients’ quality of life and general well-being.

We design our products in collaboration with academic specialists and national healthcare organisations to ensure they meet the needs and standards of today’s health professionals. We fuse insights from psychology, psychiatry, and other areas of medical science with the latest advances in information processing, biosensor and biofeedback technology, and artificial intelligence.

MindLife rigorously tests its products – often in Randomised Clinical Trials (RCTs) – to ensure they are the most effective solutions on the market.

Why existing solutions are not effective

Treating
symptoms

Most healthcare providers focus on symptoms rather than the person or deeper causes, so problems reoccur and patients relapse.

Lack of
resources

Face-to-face therapies for mental health treatment is expensive and limited by the availability of appropriately trained therapists (and so is not easily scalable).

Ineffective
tools

There are also no tools or methods to find the most effective interventions for each person’s specific needs, so healthcare providers are forced to provide ‘one-size-fits-all’ solutions that are ineffective for many.

Conservative
approach

National healthcare providers and insurers have restrictions on the methods they approve. Creating new, effective solutions requires time, advocacy and costly clinical trials.

A focus on professional healthcare

MindLife is developing advanced solutions for mental health and related mind-body conditions and is demonstrating their effectiveness in clinical trials with actual patients. We work with the four main branches of institutional healthcare: clinical specialists, researchers, healthcare organisations, and insurers/payers. Satisfying the needs and expectations of each of these branches is critical in delivering effective solutions for the benefit of patients.