Mydecine Innovations group has announced that the firm Mindleap, its subsidiary, operating from Vancouver, is widening its digital therapeutic program to feature three other essential programs.
Mindleap is installing measures that will see it channel its efforts towards the adoption of mental health across various parts of the globe. To expand global access to its mental solutions, the firm has developed a new 30-day transformational program that they will offer as an in-app service on its platform in the next few weeks.
The company noted that its new offering would feature psychedelic integration, addiction as well as holistic wellness structured to empower the wellbeing of users. The capacity to track progress and encourage a measure of consistency with the help of gamification is expected to offer value to all users.
Dr. Rick Barnett, a clinical psychologist, will lead the Addiction program. He has over 20 years’ experience in the field of addiction counseling. He has worked with diverse patients in many unique environments.
The psychedelic Integration division will be under the stewardship of Dr. Danielle Wise, who has over 20 years’ worth of experience as coach and psychotherapist, using a variety of techniques. Dr. Wise specializes in psychedelic integration, and the primary focus is on relational trauma, psychology, neuroscience as well as psychedelic research.
She strongly advocates for decriminalization and is part of Denver’s psilocybin decriminalization initiative as well as the founder of Women in Psychedelic leadership.
The Holistic Wellness initiative will be under the leadership of Jeremey Hoffman, a seasoned spiritual leader who uses innovative techniques including activations, energy clearing, meditation as well as breakthrough support to enable his patients to achieve harmony.
He is a renowned expert on the international scene in holistic wellness. He is currently working with the C0suite level business leaders and executives to help them achieve spiritual balance in their own lives.
Nikolai Vassev, the founder of Mindleap, while commenting on this initiative, stated that they are currently focused on creating tangible mental health solutions, and he sees their offering impacting lives around the world during this time.