Digital mental health innovation with Limbr

ConNetica's Marion Wands visited Inspire9 to deliver a Conversations for Life workshop attended by some budding tech start up stars in the popular co-working space in Richmond. ConNetica has two consultants working out of the Stewart St office, senior consultant Janet Hopkins and research consultant Alex Stretton (both pictured beside Marion below).

What is great about the Inpire9 office space are the eclectic start ups that we have the opportunity to connect with. One team working in the mental health tech space is Limbr, a company with the goal to "make mental health care more acceptable and accessible". Founder David Chung is motivated and driven to ensure people experiencing ill-mental health access high quality help without feeling stigmatised for doing so. The team are developing an innovative mobile based solution to normalise the process of seeking help, and we can't wait to see it grow.

Marion Wands (left), Janet Hopkins (middle) and Alex Stretton (right) catching up in the Melbourne ConNetica office

Marion Wands (left), Janet Hopkins (middle) and Alex Stretton (right) catching up in the Melbourne ConNetica office

Marion, Janet and Alex meet with members of the Limbr team including CEO and Founder David Chung (far left) and Ops Manager Sandy Buchanon (middle right)

Marion, Janet and Alex meet with members of the Limbr team including CEO and Founder David Chung (far left) and Ops Manager Sandy Buchanon (middle right)