80%+ Depression and Anxiety Free

Understanding Depression and Anxiety

Depression and anxiety are two prevalent mental health conditions that impact millions worldwide.

These conditions can be debilitating, leading to a significant decline in an individual's quality of life. This is why our focus at the Shamiri Institute lies in understanding and treating these conditions.

Our Approach to Treatment

Our interdisciplinary and multicultural team is made up of leading clinicians, scientists, and educators from around the world.

We are dedicated to providing evidence-based care, supported by over four years of rigorous academic research.

Our Investment and Results

To date, we have invested more than $2 million into research and development. Our efforts have resulted in over 40 peer-reviewed publications, reflecting our commitment to transparency and the scientific process.

Our clinical trials, published in top-tier journals such as JAMA, The Lancet, and JAACAP, have demonstrated significant results. We have been able to achieve an 80% reduction in depression and an 82% decrease in anxiety symptoms.

These effects are comparable to standard psychotherapy, with improvements lasting up to seven months after treatment.

Why We Focus on Depression and Anxiety

The high prevalence and detrimental effects of depression and anxiety underscore the importance of our work. We are committed to developing effective treatments to help those suffering from these conditions.

With our evidence-based approach, we aim to continue making significant strides in the field of mental health.

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Research Informs Our Work

See below on how research guides us every step of the way:

Science can help us shape the future

The goal of our research is to develop interventions that can help youth actualize their life outcomes, identify which interventions work and why, and develop and test novel and accessible approaches to dissemination and scaling in order to maximize our impact.

Open science

Open science allows us to collaborate and share our work with the world. Our data and publications are open access.

Multicultural collaboration

Multicultural and interdisciplinary collaboration amplifies the communities that we serve.

Contextualized research

Research is not done in a silo. It is done with and for communities. Context matters.