Co-founder & CEO of Speakbox
After experiencing several challenges attempting to access care after being diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) caused by childhood trauma, Aidan's experience —reinforced by his experiences working in the public health sector— has inspired him to seek out new ways to reduce barriers and improve access to mental health care using technology.
Not another coping with COVID article
Just as we must continue to be vigilant in our activities and outward behaviours to protect the physical health of ourselves and others, so too is it important to maintain routines that care for our mental health.
A challenging year, but one still worth celebrating
This year has been tough, and yet, it has led to some of the most meaningful improvements in mental health in the last decade.
Overcoming Uncertainty in Counselling
Reaching out and working on your mental health can mean overcoming barriers such as cost, access, and stigma. Not discussed enough is the barrier of uncertainty.
The health challenges we face and how to overcome them
Whether you find yourself in a startup, working independently, or as part of a larger corporation - challenges such as sleep, rejection, imposter syndrome, and isolation are common for many of us.
How to launch your virtual counselling practice
Now more than ever, people need access to trained mental health professionals. By establishing a virtual care practice, you can answer this call and ensure people can continue to live a life they love.
12 activities to manage your wellbeing indoors
The world's in a difficult place right now, to kickstart your wellbeing, we're bringing 12+ activities to Speakbox to help you out.
The Right Data, The Right Decisions
To achieve a person-centered system, humility to admit we don’t have all the answers can create open spaces for a new dialogue to come forward.
Making the case for person-centered digital health
The last time you accessed health services, did you feel like an equal partner in the care you received?
Mental Illness Awareness Week Is Incomplete
Shallow, patronizing, and at times deeply irritating — not the words you may expect to describe campaigns like Mental Illness Awareness Week and World Mental Health Day.