Limbic is optimizing the self-referral and e-triage processes to increase access to mental health services and release clinicians’ time from administrative tasks. On a mission to amplify therapists’ impact, Limbic also focuses on improving treatment efficacy by helping clinicians keep patients engaged between sessions.
One in four people will experience a mental health issue this year. Yet, there’s only one therapist per 100,000 people to support them. The rising mental health needs surpass the supply of qualified therapists, and create a mental healthcare deficit.
Limbic’s software offers end-to-end support for clinicians and patients during cognitive behavioral therapy, releasing clinical and administrative time and improving the quality of care. Limbic Access, Limbic’s AI-powered chatbot, optimizes the self-referral and e-triage processes. Using cutting-edge and clinically validated Machine Learning models, Limbic Access takes the patient inputs, computes the right ADSM to administer, and identifies a likely presenting problem. Limbic Care, Limbic’s patient app, supports therapists in engaging patients between treatments, improving treatment outcomes and reducing dropouts.
Ross holds a Master of Arts in Neuroscience, a Master of Research in Mathematical Modelling in Biology, and a PhD in Computational Neuroscience from University College London. His most recent research focussed on the mechanisms of biological timekeeping within circadian networks of the brain.
Sebastiaan de Vries
Sebastiaan completed his studies at the University of Amsterdam in Information Sciences and Economics. He was a freelance front-end web developer before he cofounded his first company, Florin, which was nominated the best payments app in the Netherlands by multiple consumer reports.
Founded at Entrepreneur First
Seed ($600,000) led by 7Percent Ventures
Series A ($7 million) led by Evolution Equity Partners