Behavioral Health Companies

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Behavioral Health Companies - Rows 4-23

While the rest of the companies have their head offices in the United States, CureApp has its headquarter in Japan, Tokyo and Big White Wall in London, England. Lyra, Ginger, Calm, Magellan, Joyable, and Doctor on Demand have their main offices in San Francisco Bay Area, West Coast, Western US. Lyra, Ginger, CureApp, and Calm have Series B type of funding. The companies' estimated annual revenue ranges from $2,000,000 to $1,200,000,00 and the founding dates of the companies range from the year 2000 to 2015. More information is in columns B-N, rows 4-23 of the attached spreadsheet.

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Behavioral Health Companies - Rows 24-42

This spreadsheet contains the Crunchbase details pulled for the companies listed in rows 24 to 42. This information has been populated in columns B to N.

Behavioral health company details

1. Health Rhythms

This company, founded on 1 May 2014, has its headquarters in the Greater Boston Area, East Coast, New England. Health Rhythms focuses on mental health, ensuring that they give care after they take necessary measures. They gather data from day-to-day activities and schedules to develop a grounded and comprehensive understanding of this condition. 

2. Mevoked

This company, founded on 1 Feb 2013, has its headquarters in the San Francisco Bay Area, West Coast, Western US. Mevoked, acquired by WellBrain, is a platform that analyses behaviour and provides necessary information in real-time. This platform will address the issues of psychology as it intertwines with social behaviour and the usage of technology.

3. Owl Insights

This company, founded in 2011, has its headquarters in the Greater Seattle Area, West Coast, Western US. Owl Insights is a platform that enables the measurement of behavior to assess and provide essential treatment for behavioral health disorders.

4. CogCubed

This company was founded on 1 November 2011. CogCubed is a cognitive game platform that allows for data analytics to help provide real solutions to real problems. This platform employs multi-sensors to determine player behavior. This information is rich for clinicians, consumers, researchers, and developers.

5. Mentegram

This company, founded in 2013, has its headquarters in Austin, Texas. Mentegram is a compliant platform that help gather mental health information by monitoring behavior daily beyond official therapy sessions.

6. Unmind

This company, founded on September 2016, has its headquarters in London, England, United Kingdom. Unmind is a B2B mental health platform that provides the essential tools and training for mental health. These are clinically proven solutions are critical in creating healthier, happier, and more humane companies.

7. Pzizz

This company, founded on 1 September 2015, has its headquarters in London, England, United Kingdom. Pzizz is a mobile application that has the ability to induce sleep by use of psychoacoustics. Once activated by pushing a button, a blend of music, voiceovers, and sound effects play. This combination is different in each play.

8. Sync Project

This company was founded in 2014. The Sync Project, acquired by Bose, is a platform that scientifically optimizes music as a tool to improve one’s health.

9. QuitGenius

This company is headquartered in London, England, United Kingdom. Quit Genius is a mobile application that assists smokers to address their problem and hopefully quit smoking all together.

10. Moodpath

This company is headquartered in Berlin, Germany. Moodpath is an interactive mobile app-based method of mental health screening.

11. Blue Call

This company, founded in 2016, has its headquarters in Maroubra, New South Wales, Australia. Blue call is an app that connects people who need help to counselling and psychological advice anonymously at an affordable rate.

12. Kip

This company, founded in August 2015, has its headquarters in San Francisco, California, United States. Kip is an effective platform as it combines personal physical visits with in-between interactions.

13. Competencer

This company, founded on 1 January 2014, has its headquarters in Stockholm, Stockholms Lan, Sweden. Competencer provides access to an online marketplace which help search for advisors based on topic or skill. This is an effective platform as it combines personal physical visits with in-between interactions.

14. Selfpay

This company, founded on 2016, has its headquarters in Berlin, Germany. Selfpay is a therapy support tool that assists in identifying patterns in behavior that are negative and attempts to train new behavior.

15. Workit Health

This company, founded on 1 January 2015, has its headquarters in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States. Workit Health is an effective addiction treatment that combines online and physical interaction. The physical interaction depends on the disorder being treated and the need for the patient.

16. SelfEcho

This company was founded in 2013. SelfEcho is an effective web and app platform that assists in improved time management and how to allocate it among the various activities and relationships. It is critical to be self-aware of one’s weaknesses and strengths and track one’s progress.

17. Sparkite

This company, founded in January 2014, has its headquarters in Greater New York Area, East Coast, Northeastern US. Sparkite is a platform that enhances the interaction between an addiction treatment center and their patients.

18. Triggr

This company, founded in 2014, has its headquarters in San Francisco, California, United States. Triggr ensures that addiction patients have support and have mapped out a long-term remission plan.

19. Sober Grid

This company, founded in 2014, has its headquarters in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Sober Grid is a mobile app that provides a support group for alcohol addiction patients.
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