The annual costs for managing behavioral health in the US are increasing twice as fast as all other medical expenses.
High risk for depression leads to a 48% increase in annual medical costs for employers ($ 2100 higher per employee per year).
Adults were more than 3x’s more likely to screen positive for mood disorders in 2020, compared to 2019.
Dr. April Seifert holds a Ph.D. in Social Cognitive Psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She has spent over a decade studying the ways our minds store information, form habitual and subconscious thought processes, and how all of that impacts our behaviors and our life experiences. Additionally, her work in the field of Life Design complements her psychological training to create an impactful way for people to truly design their life and experiment their way forward to a truly aligned life.
Dr. Ashley Smith is a licensed clinical psychologist with a doctorate from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She has expertise in the evidence-based treatment of anxiety and stress-related conditions. She has spent 15+ years helping people overcome problematic patterns of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. In addition, she has published scholarly writings and trained other professionals. She is passionate about using cognitive behavioral therapies (CBT), applied neuroscience, and positive psychology practices to help people live vibrant lives.