About Mira Therapeutics
The idea of Mira Therapeutics started when we witnessed our friends actively experiencing the effects of trauma. As we started working on it, we soon realized there were many more people who were suffering or had suffered from it. Those were friends, colleagues, people we have known for a long time, people with lives similar to ours. It became obvious that post-traumatic stress affects many people, and unlike popular culture tells us, it is far from being limited to military veterans. Abuse, domestic violence, childhood neglect, sexual assault, natural disasters, are all examples of traumatic events that may lead to post-traumatic stress symptoms.
Thankfully, there exist some therapies to treat the effects of trauma and PTSD. However, crises and symptoms can be triggered anytime, outside therapy sessions. The starting point for Mira was to develop a solution to deal with these crises, on your own, when they occur, and to understand them so more can be done about it, both through self-management and through therapy optimization.
The Mira app is on a journey of improvement and development just as those with trauma symptoms are recovering and improving. We are re-imagining trauma recovery, and there is more to come. For now, use the Mira App and stay in touch!
The Mira Therapeutics Team
Our Management Team
Co-Founder & CEO
“PTSD will touch all of our lives – whether through our own experiences, or the experiences of our loved ones. By being aware, we can make a change when the opportunity arises”
Co-Founder & Head Developer
“Many of us will experience mental health conditions in our life. We need to spread awareness to change how these conditions are perceived.”
Social Media Manager
“Mental health is a diverse spectrum that affects each of us in different ways. Everyone’s journey is valid, and we all deserve to heal and thrive.”
“Everyone’s unique journey with mental health is challenging, but never needs to be traveled alone. An ever-expanding network of resources is the key to transforming how people see mental health – not as an individual experience, but as a community effort.”
Dr. David Yusko
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