This month is mental health awareness month and the current Covid-19 pandemic has brought mental health to the forefront. Mental health is also an issue with startups as many employees experience burnout. A Dublin startup Frankie has come up with a solution that can help deal with mental health issues. Ronan talks to James McGann the Co-founder of Frankie.
James talks about his background, what Frankie does, psycho education, mental health continuum, VC funding, mental health services, Covid, where the name Frankie came from, and mental health awareness month.
More about Frankie:
Frankie is a two-sided B2B mental health platform for modern teams and mental health service providers. Frankie intelligently connects team members suffering from anxiety, stress, depression, and burnout to a diverse range of support that is personalised to the individual.
Frankie uses clinical assessments to measure effectiveness and to provide mental health insights to close the blind spots of remote and hybrid teams. Frankie connects with team members using the tools they use, like Slack, to deliver video calls with experienced therapists and to recommend preventative exercises that develop mental fitness.
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