Forbes September 16, 2021
Maggie McGrath

During her undergraduate years at Yale University, April Koh learned firsthand how frustrating and expensive it can be to find effective help for mental health illnesses. Her best friend and roommate cycled through multiple doctors and medications for an eating disorder, and ultimately needed a leave of absence to secure treatment; Koh, meanwhile, was dealing with her own mental health issues and struggling to find the right course of treatment.

“The most expensive problem in the mental health space is trial and error,” Koh says. “There was this crazy proliferation of all these apps and solutions that were claiming to help people with their mental health. And there was no guidance around which resource, which app, or which therapist would...

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