Anxiety Tech is a conference for technology developers, programmers, health providers, researchers, and students in the fields of mental health and/or technology who are interested in how virtual reality, artificial intelligence, and mobile applications are changing the way we deal with anxiety, depression, and other mental health challenges.

In addition to hearing from leaders in these fields and startups who are changing the game currently, Anxiety Tech will also address mental health among developers, how technology affects mental health, how to build more supportive and inclusive tech communities, and what developers need to know to break ground in their area. We are working on a selection of optional workshops that will allow attendees to put what they have learned into action.

Anxiety Tech will be held on Wednesday, July 18 at the San Francisco Palace of Fine Art’s Theatre.

Speakers and Sponsors

Amber Case

Our keynote will be Amber Case. Amber “studies the interaction between humans and technology and how our relationship with information is changing the way cultures think, act, and understand their worlds.” She is the author of Calm Technology: Designing for the Next Generation of DevicesDesigning with Sound, and An Illustrated Dictionary of Cyborg Anthropology. She is also a consultant, public speaker, visiting researcher at the MIT Center for Civic Media, and fellow at Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society.

We are also pleased to welcome VR pioneer Skip Rizzo and entrepreneur and Anxiety in Teens founder Solome Tibebu to the team of speakers. The Call for Proposals is open until the beginning of May.  Check back as more speakers are confirmed!

If you are interested in speaking, please contact our team

If you or your company would like to sponsor this event, please contact MIM and put “Sponsoring Anxiety Tech” in the subject line.

Who Should Attend?

  • Mental health professionals (therapists, counselors, mentors, doctors, etc.)
  • Technology professionals interested in improving mental health care
  • Researchers and students in these areas

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