If you’ve read “Navigating Mental Health” in The Spark Magazine, you’ll have heard about some of the innovative companies in Ontario that have been working hard to make access to mental health services a priority. OPTT is one of them.
The benefits of traditional psychotherapy are irreplaceable and award-winning OPTT (short for Online Pyscho-Therapy Tool) has been enhancing psychotherapy by empowering care providers with clinically validated, AI-powered technologies to triage, assess, monitor and treat patients effectively.
Join us at Startup Grind on January 26th as Gary Jarosz chats with OPTT’s President Dr. Mohsen Omrani about how his expertise in medicine, neuroscience and consumer electronics and applications has been bridging the gap between the clinical and technology worlds. A Banting Postdoctoral fellow, Dr. Omrani’s academic and scientific excellence and leadership prowess help guide OPTT’s mission to provide the most innovative IT tools, evidence-based therapy modules and training to help physicians deliver the best mental health care possible to their patients.
This inspiring conversation about Omrani’s journey with OPTT — how it began, the challenges and triumphs along the way and the innovation still to come — will not only inspire entrepreneurs to launch their ideas but will also give us hope for solving Canada’s mental health crisis.