Singapore – Intellect is a new mental health app offering a practical approach to modern therapy.
The app combines clinical science with an accessible interface – making therapy readily available to more people. Unlike many traditional platforms for mental wellbeing and mindfulness, Intellect was developed by psychologists and mental health professionals. It is intended to empower users to better control negative habits and thought processes.
Intellect offers specific advice through bite-sized sessions and easy-to-understand content, with a focus on the traits and behaviours that contribute to feelings of low self-esteem, such as procrastination. Products and services that promote emotional resilience in this way are in high demand as consumers face new struggles amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
As the outdated therapy sector diversifies to address the vulnerabilities of the next generation, apps like Intellect offer an alternative to traditional counselling sessions. For more, read our Modern Therapy microtrend.