About Spring Health

Spring Health drives precision in mental health. We quickly connect you to a proven, personalized solution that performs no matter what your challenges or past experiences with mental health have been. That’s because we’ve done it before.

Why "Spring Health"

Spring Health was founded in May, in the peak of spring. We chose the name "Spring Health" because we wanted it to be "spring" every day. The season of spring evokes hope, newness, and change. We want the feeling of "spring" to be accessible to everyone, no matter who they are, no matter where they are in their journey.

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Our Mission

Eliminating every barrier to mental healthcare

Our Values

Brand is a promise to your customer. Culture is how you deliver it.

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Members come first

we are genuine member advocates

Stratified care and human clinical guidance.

Move fast to change lives

we build with urgency and intention

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Take ownership

we extend trust and hold ourselves accountable

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Embrace diverse teams and perspectives

we find strength in diversity of cultural backgrounds, ideas, and experiences

Stratified care and human clinical guidance.

Science will win

we achieve impact by innovation & evidence-based frameworks

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Candor with care

we are open, honest, and empathetic

Our Story

Spring Health is founded with a mission to eliminate every barrier to mental healthcare.

Candela, the first pay-for-performance network in mental healthcare, launches

Spring Health partners with WPO to expand service offerings and support global employees in over 200 countries.

We’re valued at $2B on the heels of a Series C fundraising round and launching our global family solution.

Spring Health launches Compass, the first-ever Electronic Health Record built by and for providers

Spring Health goes live in 40+ countries and 20+ languages, with support from regional Customer Success managers.

We eliminate trial-and-error in care by data analysis
We eliminate trial-and-error in care by data analysis

Founder Stories

Hopelessness is an all too common part of the mental health journey. I’ve watched loved ones try one thing after another — some provider, some medication, some program. Every time something doesn’t work, it’s hard to muster up the courage and the hope to start all over again. In five to ten years, mental healthcare is going to look radically different: instead of being a guessing game of trial-and-error, mental healthcare will be precisely and accurately tailored to each individual through data. I started Spring Health because I wanted to build that future — where the hopelessness of guessing is replaced with the hope of data-driven, accurate care.

April Koh
CEO, Co-founder

We need to do a better job of managing mental healthcare, and we need to do it now more than ever. Every year, millions of people need help but don’t know where to go, are concerned about the stigma, or can’t afford the cost. Even when someone does get treatment, providers have no way of knowing which treatment, or what kind of therapy, is most likely to work for them. I founded Spring Health because mental healthcare shouldn’t be this broken—patients deserve much better.

Adam Chekroud
President, Co-founder

Scientific Advisory Board

Our scientific advisors oversee our efforts to stay at the forefront of mental healthcare.

We eliminate trial-and-error in care by data analysis
We eliminate trial-and-error in care by data analysis
We eliminate trial-and-error in care by data analysis
We eliminate trial-and-error in care by data analysis
We eliminate trial-and-error in care by data analysis

Meet a Few
of Our Team

John Krystal, MD, is a highly esteemed psychiatrist and neuroscientist whose work focuses on understanding the underlying mechanisms of addiction, depression, and other mental illnesses. He is currently the Chair of the Department of Psychiatry at Yale University School of Medicine, and the Chief of Psychiatry at Yale-New Haven Hospital.

John Krystal, MD
Chief of Psychiatry, Yale- New Haven Health System

Nikolaos Koutsouleris, MD, is a highly respected psychiatrist and neuroscientist whose work focuses on using machine learning and other advanced techniques to improve the diagnosis and treatment of mental illnesses. He is currently a Professor of Psychiatry at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich in Germany, and the Director of the Munich Center for Machine Learning in Psychiatry.

Nikolaos Koutsouleris, MD
Professor of Psychiatry

Svetha Venkatesh, PhD, is a renowned computer scientist and academic who specializes in machine learning and data mining. She is currently a Professor of Computer Science and Director of the Centre for Pattern Recognition and Data Analytics (PRaDA) at Deakin University in Australia.

Svetha Venkatesh, PhD
Professor & Computer Scientist

Myrna M. Weissman, PhD is a Diane Goldman Kemper Family Professor of Epidemiology in Psychiatry at the Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons and Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, and Chief of the Division of Translational Epidemiology at the New York State Psychiatric Institute. She has authored more than 600 scientific publications related to psychiatric disorders and psychiatric epidemiology. Dr. Weissman is best known for developing the Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) approach to treating depression, which has since become a widely used and effective therapy for depression and other mood disorders.

Myrna M. Weissman, PhD
Chief of Epidemiology at New York State Psychiatric

Martin Paulus, MD is a renowned neuroscientist and psychiatrist who is widely recognized for his groundbreaking research on the neural mechanisms underlying addiction, decision-making, and emotion regulation. He currently serves as a Professor in Residence at the University of California, San Diego, and as the Scientific Director of the Laureate Institute for Brain Research.

Martin Paulus, MD
Scientific Director, Laureate Institute for Brain Research

Our Commitment to Diversity

At Spring Health, one of our main values is that our members come first. In order for our members to truly come first, we must reflect the same diversity that we see in them. For them to have genuine advocates, we must embrace different backgrounds to promote inclusion and belonging within our team.

“Our team at Spring Health is quite unique—more than half of them are female. It’s empowering to learn and develop alongside talented female professionals.”

Melissa Ebrahimi
Business Development Representative
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of our workforce
identify as BIPOC

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of our Director and above roles are held by women

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of our workforce
are women

We Are Hiring

Our team is breaking barriers in mental health, but we need your expertise and energy to keep impacting millions of more lives everyday. We have endless opportunities to grow and change the world - apply today and get hired.

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