Affordable, quality mental health support using psychological artificial intelligence.
Mental Health Chatbot which delivers emotional wellness coping strategies.
– John Quick, Retired CEO of New Directions Behavioral Health
Tess.ai is a customizable EHR that allows the system to operate as a turnkey solution:
Securely update and add user. Monitor or take over conversations.
Assign patient-specific goals and interventions so Tess can help track progress.
Leverage content from our library of 700+ topics, or add new interventions to best meet user needs.
Set up alerts to allows for seamless intervention during crisis situations.
View metrics to support decision making.
Test new interventions before delivering to users.
Interactions with Tess led to significantly reduced symptoms, on average by -13% for depression, and -18% for anxiety.
“Deterioration of symptoms can be reduced by more frequent depression screenings, immediate access to psycho-education, and timely access to psychological support.”
Michael Rabinoff, Psychiatrist, Kaiser Permanente
“Tess is a reliable and valid augmentation to traditional therapy. Her capacity to employ various psychological modalities, from CBT to EFT, make Tess a versatile psychological AI to support students.”
Russell Fulmer, PHD, Northwestern University Department of Counseling
“Saint Elizabeth & Elizz are working with X2 to explore new ways to support patients and family caregivers through supportive conversations with Tess."
Mary Lou Ackerman, VP of Innovation, Saint Elizabeth
“Using technology to screen patients for depression and partner in counseling can improve the care we deliver; pediatricians have limited time per patient encounter, and commonly insufficient resources to deliver this service.”
Lloyd N. Werk, MD, MPH, Nemours Children’s Health System
“Continuously supporting patients using technology greatly improves the quality of care and its sustained effects, especially if support is offered right after they take a depression screener, in between sessions with the psychologist, and after their treatment has officially ended.”
Thomas Millam, Psychiatrist, Virginia Tech Carillon Clinic