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You’ve worked with dozens, if not hundreds, of people who struggle with substance abuse, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and other mental health issues with many successes, but the failures keep you up at night. 


For the first time, it is now possible for mental health clinicians to utilize real-time physiological information, including sleep, mood, stress, and more, to improve the quality of the care delivered to their clients. 


MyAlyce reads biometric data in real time and provides the information to you and your client with an easy to use App.   The App provides information to help psychiatrists, psychotherapists, counselors, social workers, and other clinicians with information to inform personalized treatment planning, methods, and adjustments.  


The App shares information with each member of a multidisciplinary team reducing the dependence on the client's self-reported symptoms and experiences. For example, if a client has been experiencing high-stress levels, they can show their clinician their stress data to better illustrate the severity of their symptoms.

Real-time physiological data can help clinicians identify potential health risks that may impact their clients' mental health. For example, if a patient's stress levels are consistently high, the clinician may consider labs or testing to diagnose an underlying physical health condition properly.  

Incorporating real-time physiological data into mental health treatment plans can help clinicians measure a client's progress more reliably.  Rather than relying on the client to remember to enter their data, passive data collection increases collection rates. 


Real-time information opens up more opportunities for clinicians to evaluate treatment techniques and protocols. Clinicians that embrace the MyAlyce technology will be able to provide better care and differentiate their practice from other clinicians in their area.  

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