I've spent the last 8 years thinking and worrying about the end of the world. And now that COVID-19 is here, things aren't as bad as I thought.
SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) July 30, 2020
With the heightened anxiety and public mental health impacts of the pandemic, Cerebral aims to increase accessibility to treatment for anxiety, depression and insomnia. 18.1% of the population, or 40 million adults, are affected by anxiety disorders every year. Yet only 36.9% of those affected receive treatment. In recognition of the importance of digital health and accessibility in today’s environment, the companies in this sector will outpace records for startup funding by 31% this year.
Cerebral’s care model centers around an ongoing relationship between the client, their medical provider, and their care counselor. The provider meets with the client to create a custom treatment plan while the care counselor meets with the client once a month to monitor treatment progress and discuss research-based strategies to manage symptoms. All three parties collaborate to improve the client’s overall wellbeing.
Even as anxiety levels climb and COVID-19 continues to spread rampant, Cerebral clients maintain that their treatment and meetings with their care counselor keep negative feelings at bay. One client states, “I've spent the last 8 years thinking and worrying about the end of the world. And now that COVID-19 is here, things aren't as bad as I thought."
Cerebral’s holistic care model also includes time and cost-saving benefits of meeting you where you are, the ability to schedule an appointment within a few days, and the discretion of getting medication delivered right to your door. “I have three little boys, and you really worked with me. It's a torture to have to bring them to an office. You worked quickly to help me get back to taking care of them. Thank you.”
Cerebral continues to provide holistic care in California, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Illinois, Michigan, and Texas. Cerebral has now expanded to Virginia, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Indiana, and Connecticut and has plans to expand to all 50 states. If you would like more information, please visit Cerebral’s website at getcerebral.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.