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Danish-Australian partnership helps people with mental and Social problems

The Danish company Monsenso will partner with the Australian organisation On the Line to assist counsellors in helping clients self-manage their anxiety, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder and schizophrenia by using the Danish mHealth app.

Monsenso, a Danish company developing mobile health solutions for mental health, has partnered with On the Line, an Australian social health business. On the Line offers telephone, web chat and video counselling and social media moderation services 24/7 to more than 80,000 people each year.

- The Monsenso solution will help counsellors to have a clearer picture of how their clients feel on a daily basis. For our clients, it will help them to manage their condition, identify triggers and warning signs and empower them to better manage their social health and wellbeing. says Kim O’Neill, CEO at On the Line.

Live-time data collection and synchronization between clinician and client

Monsenso’s mHealth solution will act as a proactive self-management app to strengthen the support and connection between counsellors and clients with a wide range of affective and psychotic disorders. Specifically, the solution will offer a detailed routine monitoring system to help On the Line counsellors access detailed information regarding clients. This information will help counsellors to support clients to better manage their health.

Clients will be able to input mood level, hours slept, medication taken, exercise, stress and more and this data will be fed into the dashboard to give On the Line counsellors a historic overview and analysis for each client.

- Our mHealth solution is the ideal complement to remote and outpatient care. The live-time data collection and synchronization between clinician and client can help to enhance the quality of psychotherapeutic counselling, says Thomas Lethenborg, CEO of Monsenso.

For further information

You can read more about Monsenso’s solutions at monsenso.com.

Or contact Helen Chen, Content Marketing, Monsenso, chen@monsenso.com.

Monsenso is member of Welfare Tech.

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Welfare Tech's activities is funded by the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science, The Southern Denmark Growth Forum and The European Regional Development Fund.

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