Nod offers higher education leaders a research-backed tool they can confidently share with students, knowing it addresses two critical threats to student mental health: loneliness and depression.
An award-winning chatbot designed to support mental well-being in young people during the challenging period after cancer treatment.
The Goal Mama app helps first-time moms better-set goals, track progress, and celebrate success.
As a proud partner with It Gets Better’s mission to uplift and inspire the LGBTQ+ community globally, it was a tremendous privilege to chat with this vibrant and remarkable set of youth leaders, who are paving the way for their Gen Z community.
While days might feel dark, we’re reaching for audacious things like hope and resilience. It’s ok to feel not ok; appropriate, even. And there are resources available to help. Please, take care.
The beauty, pain, and deep understanding that comes from sharing these stories is what builds empathy and connection between people. All of us are connected through the power of storytelling.
A research and engagement workshop with Elevate and Hopelab to better articulate the MoMba maternal mental health app’s value proposition.
Over the course of two months, the teams discussed the overall strategy for developing and implementing the tool, landed on a process for choosing the right design and innovation firm for the project, and reviewed and clarified the product’s impact pathway.
Researchers at Hopelab and the University of Oregon carried out a pilot randomized controlled trial to understand how using Nod impacts college students’ loneliness and well-being. These are the results.