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Inflow, a Science-Based App for ADHD, Announces Acquisition of Lina

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LONDON–()–Influxa self-help app based on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), has agreed to acquire telehealth clinic Lina Health.

Lina offers high-tech mental health services for adults in states such as California, New York, Florida and North Carolina. Lina’s proprietary technology platform supports superior care outcomes at scale, incorporating data, proprietary assessment methods, and a suite of workflow automation. Since Lina’s founding in early 2021, the operation has expanded to nearly 1,000 cumulative members.

Inflow offers a science-based, dynamic program that provides members with a better understanding of themselves, access to coaching and practical tools, and opportunities to learn strategies to better manage their ADHD, all as part of a safe/free approach of stigmatization, community acceptance developed with the guidance of a team of clinicians and coaches. With the app, Inflow users complete short daily exercises and challenges to develop healthy habits, learn skills, practice ADHD-specific mindfulness techniques, learn about their neurological differences, and reframe negative thoughts.

Inflow co-founder Seb Isaacs said: “Our mission is to reach millions of people with ADHD and raise the bar on how this population accesses care. The Lina team shares our values ​​and will help us achieve our vision of providing holistic care for people with ADHD.”

Neil Grigg, founder and CEO of Lina, said: “Neuro-diverse people deserve accessible, affordable and effective care. Inflow offers a positive and constructive view of how best to modernize care in this category. I hope to help the Inflow team continue to set the standard within the category. Inflow will soon offer professional clinical psychologist diagnoses, tele-coaching and other services.”

Ameen Rashad, Head of Engineering at Lina, said, “It has been a pleasure to build a technology platform that can ensure that user needs are met at scale.”

“We are excited to work with the Lina team to help us expand our offerings,” said Levi Epstein, co-founder of Inflow.

Previously, Inflow has raised funds from Hoxton Ventures, Y Combinator, Route 66 Ventures and angels (including the founders of digital clinic Quit Genius and weight loss program Second Nature).

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