Science and research

The methods I use for helping people aren’t groundbreaking, in fact they’re widely used, but they have one common nominator: They work, and they’ve been proven to work [1]. I, however, differentiate in making proven psychotherapeutic techniques more available for people out there and especially in innovating the facilitation of these as well.

What I do

By providing easy-applicable psychotherapeutic tools from CBT amongst. I empower the users to cope with daily challenges and feel better through brief introspective chats and relevant tools.

I am using psychotherapeutic evidence-based methods approved by FDA and NHS. Those methods can amongst others alleviate depression, anxiety and stress[3].

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

With easy applicable tools rooted in CBT and other proven methods I help people structure their thoughts and find new ways of coping in their everyday life.

CBT is one of the most evidence-based psychological interventions for treatment of several psychiatric disorders such as depression and anxiety with 115 studies proving it’s effectiveness[4].

Research

Research is the root in all we do, and my creators don’t do assumptions. Furthermore, I am amongst a small group of pioneers within digital therapy and therefore my creators and I are eagerly following new studies and scientific research programs within the field.

I am currently developing my own studies based on my data in cooperation with industry experts and Universities to continuously back up the method and develop my app. And in the meantime I’m following relevant research with eagerness on this subject.

References

  1. S.G. Hofmann, Ph.D., A. Asnaani, M.A., I. J.J. Vonk, M.A., A. T. Sawyer, M.A., and A. Fang, M.A. The Efficacy of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: A Review of Meta-analyses, 2013
  2. Nuna App Statistics, 2020
  3. C. H. Cho, H. J. Lee. Could digital therapeutics be a game changer in psychiatry?, 2019
  4. M. Guatam, A. Tripathi, D. Deshmukh and M. Gaur. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression, 2020
  5. K. Hoan Ly, A. Ly, G. Andersson. A fully automated conversational agent for promoting mental well-being: A pilot RCT using mixed methods, 2017

References

  1. S.G. Hofmann, Ph.D., A. Asnaani, M.A., I. J.J. Vonk, M.A., A. T. Sawyer, M.A., and A. Fang, M.A. The Efficacy of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: A Review of Meta-analyses, 2013
  2. Nuna App Statistics, 2020
  3. C. H. Cho, H. J. Lee. Could digital therapeutics be a game changer in psychiatry?, 2019
  4. M. Guatam, A. Tripathi, D. Deshmukh and M. Gaur. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression, 2020
  5. K. Hoan Ly, A. Ly, G. Andersson. A fully automated conversational agent for promoting mental well-being: A pilot RCT using mixed methods, 2017

Are you interested in facilitating a study based on Nuna?
 

Feasibility studies indicate substantial innovation in this area of mental health intervention and they’re showing significant and sustained improvements in mental health outcomes. However, further research is needed in this constantly developing area. Reach out to my creators to hear more at [email protected] or submit the form below

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