What is Euthymic Labs?
Euthymic Labs is a small project trying to making a difference through behavioral health advocacy and software. Euthymic (pronounced you-thigh-mick) is the technical term for a good, healthy mood. We aren’t a traditional lab with test tubes and animals, but we are trying to find better ways to provide accessible, effective behavioral health interventions.
What is behavioral health?
Some people describe behavioral health as a hip new name for mental health. We like to think that it’s more than that–that behavioral health addresses any area where a person’s behavior effects the health of their mind or body. Examples could include:
- Treatment of depression and anxiety.
- Smoking cessation.
- Helping people take prescribed medications.
- Reducing the amount of time kids spend in front of the TV.
Are your posts medical or psychological advice?
No. Nothing on this site should be taken as advice from a doctor, psychologist, therapist, counselor, or legal authority. We can’t be held responsible for what you do with this information. But we do hope that it can help you see the world in a better, healthier way.
Who are you?
Euthymic Labs was founded by Jeff Clark, a resident psychiatrist at the University of Washington. Feel free to contact him on Twitter or through our contact page. Graphic design and illustrations are typically produced by Jamie Clark. A lot of other people have helped out along the way, and we try to cite their work when we use it.