BOARD OF EXPERTS
Since we created our first product, we’ve been researching how to use design to improve wellbeing. By focusing on users and listening to their feedback, we have learned a lot — but there is still a lot we don’t know. So we decided to ask for help.
Our Board of Experts is an ever-growing community of professionals with vast experience in various aspects of wellbeing. They share our mission of understanding Self-Care as a long-term goal. Their knowledge and advice will help us improve our products and services to better help you become the best version of yourself.
NISHI BHOPAL M.D.
Board Certified Psychiatry, Sleep Medicine & integrative Holistic Medicine.
Dr. Bhopal is Board Certified in Psychiatry and Sleep Medicine. She graduated from the University College Cork School of Medicine, completed her Psychiatric residency training at Henry Ford Health System, and her fellowship in Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Bhopal is the doctor of Intrabalance, and is also a meditator and brings her experience with yoga and meditation into her clinical practice. Dr. Bhopal believes in the innate healing power of the body, mind, and spirit and strives to help each patient harness their unique strengths throughout the course of the treatment process.
Dr. Emily Anhalt
Clinical Psychologist, Emotional Fitness expert. Author and Co-Founder of Coa.
Dr. Anhalt studied psychology at The University of Michigan and attained Masters and Doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology from The Wright Institute in Berkeley, California. She spent two years conducting qualitative research on learning and work styles, and has worked for over a decade with executives, founders, and entrepreneurs. She is the CoFounder and Chief Clinical Officer of Coa: A Mental Fitness Community with mental health gyms opening across the country. Read the interview with Emily and her articles.
Integrative Health Coach, Founder of Food for Mood.
Natalie is an integrative Health Coach, Certified Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider, and the founder of Food for Mood, a coaching service that works to support personal mental health transformation trough complementary medicine, nutrition, holistic protocols, and diet. She is propelled by her own dark experiences with mental illness, such as anxiety. Food for Mood was created as part of her healing journey. Natalie specializes in the connection between food and anxiety and works to provide wholesome, sustainable guidance to help her patients achieve their health and wellness goals as they relate to mental health. Read the interview with Natalie and her articles.