Friday November 22, 2019

Harnessing mobile technology to combat mental health issues

21st July, 2019

Aimée Louise Carton and Will Ben Sims

Tech entrepreneur Aimée Louise Carton established KeepAppy at the start of the year with co-founder Will Ben Sims on foot of her own experience with mental illness.

Having suffered from both borderline personality disorder and PTSD, Carton experienced suicidal ideation before deciding, during her recovery, to take positive action by harnessing mobile technology to help others.

“During my recovery, I started to learn about all these different well-being tools, like journaling, goal-setting and...

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