AI Psychotherapy for every employee
“The Covid-19 pandemic has radically changed the nature of work and accelerated the need for employers to prioritise mental health and wellbeing in the workplace.”
(Arnaud Bernaert, Head, Health and Healthcare, World Economic Forum)

Corporate Psychotherapy and Counselling is becoming more important as the palliative approaches of addressing the symptoms of poor psychology lack sustainability.  AI Psychotherapy is an elegant solution to the problem of how to help employees within a budget.

Before the pandemic, we saw organisations offering a variety of initiatives which may have been more for show than for effectiveness.  Whether this is bowls of fruit, or mindfulness and meditation, or Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs), the question is this: does it benefit the employee?

The significant disruption of Covid-19 has served to highlight that corporate therapy initiatives are to be set in place to support the employee, first-and-foremost.


In 2017, the annual cost to corporations around the world due to non-productivity through anxiety and mild-moderate depression totalled in excess of $1 trillion (over £750 billion) (source: WHO). 

In the lead-up to 2020, mental health was already high on the agenda of many organisations but there was a reliance upon such standard approaches as Employee Assistance Programmes (EAP) and Wellness Initiatives. 

Deloitte’s 2020 report, ‘Mental health and employers’ identified that poor mental health cost UK corporations over £45 billion in 2018 (from £37bn in 2016). 

This non-productivity is manifested through absenteeism, presenteeism and staff replacement with the annual impact per employee being as high as over £2,000 per person per year. 

The case for corporate Psychotherapy

During the pandemic, we saw a mental health ‘surge’ with a sharp increase in people experiencing anxiety (health anxiety, loneliness, etc.) and stress (including Post Traumatic Stress). 

There is an increased strain on an already-overstretched mental health service that, in some part, has been accommodated by a growing number of apps as well as telehealth calls (Skype / Zoom calls to human therapists). 

Surveys by such organisations as YouGov and Mental Health America show that, during the pandemic, workers were more stressed than ever. This included anxiety regarding health, finance, and employment as well as broader issues associated with PTSD, burnout, and moderate depression. 

Nearly two-thirds of the UK population (63%) felt anxious at least several times a month during the Spring of 2020. One in five (20%) reported feeling anxious on most days of the week or even more frequently. 

Mental Health America’s 2021 study shows the strain on employees with burnout being prevalent and more than half of respondents actively looking for another job. 

Wallace is a deep-tech AI-first software solution.  This means that it is founded on extensive R&D, and is built entirely on Artificial Intelligence architecture.  Rather than working with the symptoms of mental health issues, Wallace provides AI psychotherapy focused on exploring and resolving the root cause.  This makes it far more successful and sustainable as it gets to the core of a problem.
Unlimited 24/7 Access
Private, secure therapy to explore anxiety, stress (including PTSD and burnout), addiction and mild-moderate depression
Simple & Effective
A simple, clean interface that makes it as easy as possible for you to chat to your therapist either by text or voice
Assessment & tracking of psychology in accordance with DSM-5 guidelines
Return On Investment
Link the AI Psychotherapist to all of your KPI / Performance metrics to measure a 5-10:1 ROI
Listening Space
Unique ‘curious technology’ places the user at the centre of the
conversation, asking questions to help them
Clean Language
Clean Language questions enable the user to develop an increased awareness of themselves
Generative Conversation
Move away from scripted chatbots that don't listen to what you have to say
Using Metaphors
Metaphors help us to explain, understand and step out of rigid thinking
Human-Like Conversation
Therapy approaches including paraphrasing and reflection as well as linguistic tools
such as metaphors and context
Litha Memory
Connect facts, feelings, sentiments and emotions so that you are talking to a therapist who remembers and learns from you
Personal Narratives
Store transcriptions, analytics, insights, feedback and performance metrics in a secure vault
Prospective Analytics
Draw together explicit and implicit data to help forecast and simulate future user behaviour
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