Real-time Interactive Self-help Electronics, is a portable device providing
assisted self-help for persons suffering from acute depression and anxiety disorders.
R.I.S.E features self-help procedures such as breathing and meditation techniques,
daily-logged journal writing, and psychotherapy prompts. In addition, R.I.S.E
presents the user with a portable method of medication evaluation and reminders,
and a different means to contact outside support, such as the ability to schedule
appointments or to simply send concerns and discussion topics to a current psychiatrist
or help-group. R.I.S.E is customizable to the user, allowing him or her to select
their own color scheme and upload images, videos, and audio files that are meaningful
and calming. R.I.S.E strives to create a safe and secure environment for users
to record their true thoughts and feelings, thus facilitating more accurate
assessments as well as empowering the user to utilize self-help whenever necessary.
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