Amornthep Sachamuneewongse

Founder, Sati App

Advocate of mental health and mental well-being. Having been through depression and schizophrenia, Sanju understands the need for a more compassionate and empathetic world. Currently developing an application called Sati App, which has 3 phases of development: the first phase is going to provide "on-demand listening" services via a mobile application which hopes to help create an army of empathetic listeners and potentially reduce the suicide rate by creating a safe space for people to share their feelings; the second phase is creating an online forum where experts and people who suffer from mental health problems can share their own experience and help one another out; the best mental health experts are those who have lived through it; the third phase is developing an affordable and accessible "tele-psychotherapy" clinic. Aims to use mobile phones to make appointments and contact psychiatrists via a mobile application. Base on personal experience, there is a 400% difference in treatment rates between getting treatment at a public hospital vs private hospital and a person will have to spend at least 4-5 hours more at a public hospital. Aims to set a ceiling for treatment rates so that everyone is able to access and afford high-quality treatment.

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