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Spanish therapy startup ifeel is offering a digital mental health platform to support young people through and after the pandemic. 

Jun 23 2021

Spanish therapy startup ifeel is offering a digital mental health platform to support young people through and after the pandemic. 2020 took its toll on everyone—especially young people. In YPulse’s State of Mind trend report, we found that 54% of 13-39-year-olds in the U.S. say their mental health has been negatively impacted by Coronavirus. In this time, young people are increasingly seeking professional mental health and mental health alternatives—the number of young people who have spoken to a mental health professional went from 41% in 2017 to 56% in 2020. Self-guided mental health tools have also been in demand, with the popularity of mindfulness/mediation smartphone apps increasing in the last year. Madrid-based app ifeel offers live therapy sessions with licensed psychologists as well as AI-supported self-care tools to help users track mood, choose the right exercises, and participate in healthy activities. The startup is also working with businesses to help them offer mental health solutions to their employees, and reports that they currently have over 400K users. (TechCrunch)