Help patients learn to manage their mental health

Mindset is a hypnotherapy app designed to help patients learn the skills they need to manage their mental health. Add Mindset to your treatment toolbox today.

Register with Mindset to receive free access

Add your email below to unlock free access to the Mindset app. We’ll also send you a clinical briefing of Mindset and occasional relevant emails.


What you'll receive after registering with Mindset:

  • Free access to the Mindset app
  • An invitation to a personalized onboarding call with a member of our team
  • Clinical resources, including white papers, patient overviews, and webinars
  • Program updates and notification of future product launches
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Meet the Mindset App

Mindset is a hypnotherapy app, designed by clinical psychologist Dr, Michael Yapko, that can help patients with anxiety, depression, and negative thoughts learn the skills they need to improve their mental health and their quality of life.

Created by:
Dr. Michael Yapko
The aim

To teach patients skills known to promote wellness, improve mental health, and prevent anxiety, depression, and negative thoughts.

Patients suitable for Mindset

Mindset is low-risk and is recommended for patients wanting additional support in managing their mental health. Hypnotherapy may not be appropriate for patients with psychotic symptoms, such as hallucinations or delusions.

Cost

7 day free trial, then US$69.99 per year

Less than a cost of 1 in-person session
Effective
Natural
Low-risk
Evidence-based

Patient journey

Download app
Your patient can quickly and easily download the app through Apple store.
Begin trial
Your patient will begin a 7-day free trial where they will be granted full access to all programs.
Select starting area
Your patient will select the mental health area they want to start working on.
Listen to sessions
Patients can listen to daily sessions at anytime from the comfort of their home.
Learn & improve
With regular sessions, patients can gain the skills needed to improve and maintain their mental health and quality of life.
Features include:
• Audio hypnotherapy sessions
• Short ‘Moments’ sessions to help patients during acute feelings of stress, saddness, or worry.
• Educational readings
(15 minutes per day)

How can Mindset work with my practice?

Mindset can help you to:
Provide a range of mental health options
Mindset can be used as a stand-alone mental health management tool or recommended as an adjunct mental health management option.
Set at-home sessions and programs
Mindset provides you the ability to set at home exercises and sessions for your patient to complete in-between in-person sessions.
Clinical Psychologist
Australia

“As a clinical psychologist I can highly recommend this fabulous app. The sleep recordings have helped many of my clients achieve better sleep. I too, have used it on some nights. There are programs for anxiety and many other issues.”

Clinician portal - coming soon!

Easily recommend digital therapies to your patients
Link with your patients to monitor and review their results
Organize review appointments
Have any questions or want early access? 
Contact: chris@mindsethealth.com

Mindset featured in

Research & Outcomes

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy combined with Hypnosis (Hypnotherapy)

Hypnotherapy for treatment of irritable bowel syndrome.

Webb, A.N., et al., Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2007(4).
Key finding
A meta analysis of CBT combined with hypnotherapy across a range of conditions found the combination achieved more improvement than CBT alone in 75% of patients.

Hypnotherapy for Stress

Mindful Hypnotherapy to Reduce Stress and Increase Mindfulness: A Randomized Controlled Pilot Study.

Olendzki N, Elkins GR, Slonena E, Hung J, Rhodes JR., Int J Clin Exp Hypn. 2020;68(2):151-166. doi:10.1080/00207144.2020.1722028.
Key finding
In a randomised trial of mindful hypnotherapy (using individual sessions and daily self-hypnosis audio recordings for daily mindfulness) against a control, mindful hypnotherapy achieved a large reduction in perceived distress and a large increase in mindfulness.

Hypnotherapy for Depression

Cognitive hypnotherapy for depression: an empirical investigation.

Alladin A, Alibhai A., Int J Clin Exp Hypn. 2007;55(2):147-166. doi:10.1080/00207140601177897
Key finding
Cognitive behavioural therapy combined with hypnosis achieved significantly larger improvements in measures of depression (6%), anxiety (5%) and hopelessness (%), maintained at 6- and 12-month follow-ups, than CBT alone.

Hypnotherapy for Anxiety

Hypnosis in the treatment of anxiety- and stress-related disorders.

Hammond DC., Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics. 2010;10(2):263-273. doi:10.1586/ern.09.140
Key finding
A review of experimental literature for self-hypnosis in anxiety and stress-related disorders found hypnosis is "an efficacious treatment for state anxiety (e.g., prior to tests, surgery and medical procedures) and anxiety-related disorders, such as headaches and irritable bowel syndrome".

Hypnotherapy for Mental Health Disorders

A Meta-Analysis for the Efficacy of Hypnotherapy in Alleviating PTSD Symptoms.

Rotaru TȘ, Rusu A., Int J Clin Exp Hypn. 2016;64(1):116-136. doi:10.1080/00207144.2015.1099406
Key finding
A meta-analysis of hypnotherapy for PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) found hypnosis-based treatments to be more effective, both immediately post-treatment and on a long-term basis (e.g. 12 months).

Hypnosis in the Treatment of Phobias: A Review of the Literature.

Thomas P. McGuinness Ph.D. (1984), American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 26:4, 261-272, DOI: 10.1080/00029157.1984.10402574
Key finding
The literature on the use of hypnosis in the treatment of phobias was reviewed. Case reports and controlled studies indicated mixed results, which were discussed in terms of methodological considerations, the overlap between hypnotherapy and behavior therapy, and hypnotic susceptibility and phobic behavior. It was concluded that hypnosis is an effective and efficient adjunct in the treatment of phobias.

Hypnosis and desensitization for phobias: A controlled prospective trial.

Marks, I. M., Gelder, M. G., & Edwards, G. (1968)., The British Journal of Psychiatry, 114(515), 1263–1274.
Key finding
In a crossover study, the effects of systematic desensitization were compared with those of hypnosis for 28 phobic outpatients. Both treatments produced improvements and were equivalent by most ratings.

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