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A guide to help you and your team spot mental health signs.

Download our "Spotting Signs of Mental Health" guide to help build mental health awareness among your clinic staff.

How it works.

We use A.I. and clinical science to give you unprecedented insight into your patients’ mental health.


You refer your patient with just one click. We do the rest.


Bruin thoroughly assesses your patient’s symptoms, emotions, thinking, and social context.


You receive a summary of your patient’s mental health with personalized care recommendations and scientific justifications.


After you discuss care options with your patient, we follow up with them on your behalf to connect them to care.

You won’t believe our reports weren’t written by a clinical psychologist.
Results in 1 day

Results are sent to you within 24 hours of your patient completing our evaluation.

Intuitive explanations

Our clinical narratives take 2 minutes to read, with patient and provider versions.

Easy for patients

Our engaging user experience results in 75% of patients referred to Bruin completing an evaluation.

Seamless and scalable

Our automated system means there's no limit on referrals. We provide documentation to make reimbursement simple. 


We follow through with your patients.

Our team works on your behalf to connect your patients directly with personalized care.

Patient outreach within a day.

We reach out to your patients within 24 hours of their evaluation via text, and we follow up to ensure connections are made.

Our evaluations lead to precise care.

Bruin's care coordinators leverage our personalized treatment plans and vetted networks to get your patient the exact evidence-based care they need.

More than just therapy.

Bruin's coordinators work with patients to choose the care that's right for them—whether it's a psychologist, support group, digital therapeutic, or self-help app. 

Removing barriers to care.

We help patients address the real life responsibilities that might prevent them from getting the care they need—for example, caregiving responsibilities or transportation issues.