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Meru’s 12-week program helps you address the present and sets you up for a lifetime of better mental health. And it’s covered by several major health plans.

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Meru Health’s mission is to offer the best mental health care possible — helping people improve their mental health and well-being for the long term. And now, we’re offering our digital-based, therapist-led treatment services to healthcare payers and employers with a 100% fees-at-risk pricing structure.

Meru Health published a randomized controlled trial in collaboration with Stanford University, Harvard University, and University of Louisville in the Journal of Affective Disorders confirming the utility of therapist-supported holistic digital mental health interventions in reducing depression and anxiety symptoms, insomnia, and associated health burdens.

Meru Health's latest study in Archives of Suicide Research reveals an estimated 30% reduction in suicide attempts and death by suicide as well as significant reductions in suicidal ideation.

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Honoring World Mental Health Day with this Stress Resilient Toolkit that contains six specific practices that support both the body and mind.

Can digital mental health interventions also help middle-aged or older adults reduce depression? According to a recent study, the answer is yes.

Dr. Paul Lehrer will introduce us to the world of Biofeedback: What is it, what are the mind-body mechanisms behind it, and how can we use biofeedback techniques to better manage stress and improve wellbeing?

As new digital mental health solutions have come here to stay, the question that many ask, is how well do they work for severely depressed patients?

How can Emotional Intelligence help us in pursuit of better resilience, stress management, and overall wellbeing?

How to measure the quality and efficacy of mental health treatments, whether it’s psychotherapy, antidepressants, or other types of care, has been a question mark in the mental health industry for decades…

Why do we get depressed? And why has depression increased dramatically in the past decades? In this video, evolutionary psychologist double-doctorate Markus J. Rantala, explains his view on the topic.

Dr. Shebani Sethi demystifies the complex ways our food intake and metabolic state impacts how we feel, and offers tangible suggestions for brain-healthy diet patterns.

Dr. Inna Khazan explains how we can train the body’s involuntary functions, like breathing and heart rate, to better manage stress, anxiety and even depression.

Dr. Goldin shares with us how we can train our minds with CBT, Mindfulness and Compassion Cultivation

Dr. Epel introduces us to the world of Integrative Mental Health and how food, movement, and supplements are some of the most underutilized and powerful mental health interventions.

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