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We all know that cancer sucks, our hope is that Vivibot can offer survivors some judgement-free advice to help them build resilience after cancer.

Woman holding a baby and kissing its hand.

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.

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Digital health practices, social media use, and mental well-being among teens and young adults in the U.S.

U there? ; Hey, What's up?

Vivibot is designed to introduce users to behavioral interventions that drive better psychosocial and health outcomes.

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In collaboration with Dr. Andrew Fuligni from The University of California, Los Angeles, we are expanding the research showing health-protective benefits from “acts of kindness” interventions.

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Inaugural Young Innovators in Behavioral Health Awards recognize 30 winners for their contributions to access, awareness, advancement of digital mental health care for young people.

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Erin Sietstra chats with Lori Evans Bernstein, CEO & Co-founder of Caraway, about investing in health equity

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This pilot randomized controlled trial examined the feasibility of delivering positive psychology skills via the Vivibot chatbot and its effects on key psychosocial well-being outcomes in young adults treated for cancer.

Teens looking at mobile phone.

In collaboration with Dr. Tamara Taggart from George Washington University,  we’re examining the use of online crowdsourcing contests to directly engage youth in the development of behavioral health interventions.

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Over the course of two weeks, Hazel Health worked with the Hopelab Studio team to gather insights from young people to inform and improve the product design of Hazel HEART™.

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The technology behind Vivibot was developed in order to meet teens where they already were, on Facebook.

Teen looking at mobile phone.

In collaboration with Dr. Sonya Lyubomirsky from The University of California, Riverside, we are expanding prosocial research that might benefit young adult health.