Singula’s clinical care is delivered with empathy, compassion, and openness to an individual’s unique set of biological, psychological, and social characteristics. Our patients are at the core of our LMHS. By utilizing comprehensive clinical evaluations, we can track progress through directed interventions and provide superior mental health care leading to the best possible outcome for every patient.
From illness to remission and relapse prevention, our mission is to introduce a proactive rather than reactive mental health treatment paradigm through our Learning Mental Health System (LMHS). In contrast to a “one-size-fits-all” approach to treating disease, Precision Medicine provides treatment decisions in a more tailored and “precise” way.
Each individual may present with their depressive illness based on different combinations and distributions of biological, psychological, and social environmental factors. Complex behavioral illness syndromes, such as anxiety and depression, are comprised of biological, psychological, and social environmental (Biopsychosocial) domains that contribute to a person’s illness and recovery. In this model, categories within each domain can be measured in different ways: Biological (e.g. stress hormones), Psychological (e.g. self-criticism, shame, irritability), Social Environmental (e.g. childhood adversity, interpersonal conflict). We will examine and catalog your unique set of Biopsychosocial attributes to determine the best way to treat your mental health.
Traditional paradigms of diagnostic or treatment validation in biomedical research is based on two main approaches:
Singula Institute delivers Precision Medicine via a Learning Mental Health System that is focused on developing evidence-based and data-driven individualized mental health treatments for Anxiety and Depression.
Our clinical care is delivered with empathy, compassion, and openness to an individual’s unique set of clinical variables. By utilizing comprehensive clinical evaluations, we are able to track progress through directed interventions and provide superior mental health care leading to the best possible outcome for every individual patient.
Design: a clinical care model to make treatment better, faster, more accurate, and personalized.
Delivery: of better outcomes through an evidence-based and tailored combination of medication, psychotherapy, and neurostimulation.
Integration: of principles, techniques, and tools used in the fields of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Engineering to create targeted solutions to complex mental health problems.
Mental health has been a significant part of my life for an incredibly long time. My adoptive parents struggled with mental illness, and at an early age, I understood first hand the devastating impact it has on individuals and their families. Those experiences, etched in my memory as integral moments from which I experience pain and derive my purpose, call upon me to create and cultivate Singula to solve the problems that I introduce to you here.
I am one of many mental health clinicians who strives for a future of mental health treatment to work for the individual. Over the last year and a half, I have been fortunate to meet like-minded clinicians, researchers, engineers, entrepreneurs, and other brilliant, talented, and generous individuals who stand for the same initiative. Some of them have joined me on this journey and are Singula Co-Founders, Board members and Advisors.
I am confident that, together, we will innovate mental health care and, most importantly, transform the lives of people suffering from mental illness.