Complex psychological factors guide each of our decisions. These are based on internal and external factors that have combined over our lifetimes to form core beliefs and organizing principles. Our stories reveal the structure of belief formation and hooks in our thinking that influence decision making.
Student Mental Health
In partnership with healthcare providers, Lotic’s digital therapeutic system acts as a powerful outreach tool to destigmatize and educate students on mental health. It scales initial screenings, identifies high-risk individuals, and teaches the fundamentals of emotional well-being.
Lotic puts the tools being used by big tech to drive behavior into the hands of cancer patients. With remote monitoring, symptom tracking, communication with care providers, and collaboration across specialists, Lotic delivers relevant information an personalizes next steps.
Lotic puts the skillsets of psychological experts and data analysts in the hands of our returning soldiers and identifies those who need more aggressive interventions. Lotic can promote mental and emotional management skills, adding a powerful tool for processing stress and building resilience.
Police & First Responders
Lotic provides first responders a path of self-reflection and ways to process stress. The system identifies users who may need an intervention, and can flag concerns ensuring no one is ever left fully alone.
Lotic improves patient-provider communication through remote monitoring, tracking, and care teams coordination. Health care systems not only become more efficient, they reduce the limits of episodic hospital visits.
Lotic gives those suffering from chronic gastrointestinal problems the ability to understand the complex factors that contribute to or exacerbate their condition. By uncovering both physiological and psychological patterns, Lotic enables better decision making for more effective self-management.
Addiction & Recovery
Lotic provides a powerful support system in recovery planning for both providers and patients. Lotic can identify triggers, flag physical and emotional stressors that often lead to relapse, and empower care teams to intervene when necessary.