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Suicide rates are climbing.

MINDme was invented to help therapists provide real time support through a platform and application that keeps the conversation going when it matters most.

OUR MISSION

MAKE IT SIMPLE AND INTUITIVE TO HELP PEOPLE AT RISK REDUCE NEGATIVE EMOTIONS ASSOCIATED WITH SUICIDAL IDEATION.

Remove the stigma. Connect with compassion.

There are many applications in the market that address suicide prevention. None of these apps, however, encourage a partnership and communication between therapist and user. They typically link users to local resources that are available for severely depressed and at risk individuals. MINDME goes farther – we support real time conversations using the latest web technologies.

OUR APP

SIMPLE TO USE, SELF-GUIDED, SECURE.

When help is needed most.
Help yourself.

The MINDME approach and app is developed by top experts and provides “pathways” for people who are chronically depressed and at risk of taking their own lives. Suicide starts with imagining how. MINDME creates a means for internal reflection and diversion from negative to positive thoughts, led by the end-user. But when immediate human intervention is needed, with one touch – a live conversation starts.

OUR PLATFORM

24/7 ACCESS OVER A SECURE PRIVATE CLOUD.

A secure, real-time communications and computing cloud allows individuals and therapists to connect instantly.

OUR ALLIANCE

TELEPSYCH BRINGS GREAT MINDS TOGETHER TO HELP MEND MINDS.

The TelePsych Alliance is a collaborative partnership between New York Presbyterian/Cornell Medical College, Burke Medical Research Institute and Interlecta Mobile Innovations.

The Alliance is in the early stages of a proof-of-concept, the MindMe™ platform and application which makes it possible for individuals at risk of depression and suicide to access self-driven treatment or professional help 24/7.

According to the CDC, more than 40,000 Americans will take their own life each year, and this incidence is on the rise. Their conditions are treatable but they are often unable to access the services that would have saved their lives.

The TelePsych solution, MindMe leverages innovative psychotherapy approaches to break the cycle of suicidal thoughts and ideations in vulnerable individuals through a self-guided approach that also includes instant messaging, voice and video conversations with therapists.

The MindMe platform also integrates these evaluations, analyses and treatment strategies with patient video, music and literature libraries as well as accredited e-therapy mental health tools, apps and games./

To learn more visit www.telepsychalliance.org

THE ALRIGHT BLOG

The TelePsych Alliance team is proud to introduce MindMe

The TelePsych Alliance team is proud to introduce MindMe, a platform and application that makes it possible for people who are depressed and suicidal to get the support and help they need in real time. We offered live demonstrations of this solution, which will be used in its first clinical trial at New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical College this summer. We’ll continue to post updates to this blog and to our social pages for those who wish to follow our progress and contribute ideas. The news release follows! Frank Fleming, Co-Founder, Interlecta & the TelePsych Alliance TelePsych Alliance Demonstrates First Real Time Communications Enabled Suicide Prevention Application at the WebRTC Summit  Partners with Kandy to build a Proof-of-Concept WebRTC cloud and intuitive application connecting people at high risk of suicide with therapists The TelePsych Alliance, a collaborative partnership between New York Presbyterian/Cornell Medical College, Burke Medical Research Institute and Interlecta Mobile Innovations, today announced they are presenting live demonstrations of their MindMe™ platform and application at the WebRTC Summit in New York City. MindMe makes it possible for individuals at risk of depression and suicide to access self-driven treatment or professional help 24/7. According to the CDC, more than 40,000 Americans will take their own life each year, and this incidence is on the rise. Their conditions are treatable but they are often unable to access the services that would have saved their lives. The TelePsych solution, MindMe, under development for over a year, leverages innovative psychotherapy approaches to break the cycle of suicidal thoughts and ideations in vulnerable individuals through a self-guided approach that also includes instant messaging,...

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