To improve access to treatment for mental health issues in 18-24-year-olds in Australia through the power of movies.
We are building awareness. We aim to use research and evidence to develop solutions to personalise movie recommendations based on mood analysis, behavioural science and the practice of Movie Therapy for anxiety and depression care.Learn More
We combine our experiences to explore mental health services innovation and new modalities of depression and anxiety care.
AJ has 15 years of experience in innovation and strategy across industries. AJ has a Bachelor of Business in Entrepreneurship, an MBA and a Graduate Certificate in Digital Health from RMIT. AJ is passionate about digital health and tackling the challenges to treatment for mental health illness.
Kathryn is a qualified Social Worker with intensive experience in Psychosocial Disability and Mental Health. Kathryn provides mentoring and counselling for NDIS clients, carers, and their families. Kathryn also has a degree in Film Studies from UNSW and provides Cinematherapy via KG Creative Therapy.
We are exploring and validating new ways to support mental health. Our work is guided by leading research in psychology related to movies and evidence in the modality of movie therapy. Below are the key books and medical journals we continually refer back to for our work.
By Skip Dine Young, Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2012.
By Birgit Wolz, Ph.D.; Glenbridge Publishing, 2004.
Front. Psychol., 11 January 2022 Sec. Health Psychology Volume 12 - 2021