Students have a growing unmet need for mental health services.
MindBoost can help.
Mentally and emotionally healthy children are more successful
in school and in life.
Mental health is critical to childhood development. Students who receive social-emotional and mental health support are happier, more well-adjusted, and achieve better academic results. Connecting students with the support they need is a big job. School administrators face significant challenges when it comes to serving the mental health care needs of their students, including cost, location, availability, and stigma.
MindBoost is here to help.
MindBoost improves students' emotional wellbeing.
Mindy is MindBoost’s conversational chatbot and care coach. Mindy delivers cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), helping students navigate their emotions and create positive habits. MindBoost is an efficient and cost-effective alternative for treating depression and anxiety and a practical tool that stregnthens the attributes students need to thrive and connect.
Easy to deploy.
Deploying Mindy is easy. Students can access Mindy via the HIPAA secure app MindTrac which is available in Google Suite for Education, Android and iOS app stores or by simply texting the Mindy phone number. Mindy engages students in private and secure personalized sessions. Mindy learns the student's emotional patterns and engages accordingly. If a crisis is detected, Mindy alerts a crisis counselor who is on standby and able to take over the conversation in real time. Students can be connected to on-demand or schedule a session with a mental health professional from the HealthPort.
- Available 24/7
- Unlimited access
- Easily accessible (app, text, and Facebook Messenger)
- 5x increase in engagement
- Reduces symptoms of anxiety (-28%) and depression (-18%)
Mental Health Services for Your Students
Left unmet, mental health problems are linked to negative outcomes such as academic and behavior issues, dropping out, and delinquency. Mental health is not simply the absence of mental illness. Our approach encompasses social, emotional, and behavioral health and the ability to cope with life's challenges.
Prior to the pandemic, schools were seeing a growing need for mental health services. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 1 in 5 children and adolescents experience a mental health problem during their school years. This includes stress, anxiety, bullying, family problems, depression, and alcohol and substance abuse.
Serious mental health problems, such as self-injurious behaviors and suicide, are on the rise. COVID-19 will further compound the challenges faced by school administrators both during and in the aftermath.
MindBoost is a coaching tool that students can use anytime.
Our evidenced-based approach gives students access to emotional support. Automated chat conversations through text messaging or HIPAA and GDPR-compliant instant messaging bring resources directly to your students when they need it most. These chat conversations start with "How are you?" and continue as a coach or psychologist would. MindBoost gives students mental health coping skills that foster emotional wellbeing and resilience, provide education, and connect users with resources.
MindBoost strengthens the attributes that help students thrive.
We believe in setting students up for success. MindBoost focuses on strengthening the mental and emotional tools that help students connect and thrive, basing our solutions on four areas:
- EQ (Emotional Quotient)
- GQ (Grit/Growth Mindset Quotient)
- AQ (Adaptability Quotient)
- Sociability Quotient
Easy to Use
Using MindBoost is easy. Students can access the HIPAA-secure app in Google Suite for Education, Android, and iOS app stores or by simply texting the MindBoost phone number.
Our chatbot Mindy engages students in private and secure personalized sessions. Mindy learns the student's emotional patterns and engages accordingly. If a crisis is detected, the app alerts a crisis counselor who is on standby and able to take over the conversation in real time.
Students can be connected with on-demand or schedule a session with a mental health professional from the MindBoost network.