Socially Crowdsourcing Mental Health

Socially Crowdsourcing Mental Health

Koko app helps people with depression find support via real-time access to coaching

Jason Brick
  • 9 april 2015

Koko is a crowdsourcing app aimed to use social media to benefit people suffering from depression.

Designed by researchers from MIT and Northwest University, this peer-to-peer networking tool helps people with depression build up support communities and practice the therapeutic technique cognitive reappraisal.

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