We are excited to let you know that Secure Nest has won a Venture Catalyst grant that will allow us to substantially improve the platform, increase the accessibility of schema therapy and contribute to the well-being of individuals.
“The award-winning Venture Catalyst program supports the brightest of UniSA’s student and recent graduate-led start-ups.. Announced on Wednesday 13 September, the winners include tech food company, Playt, created by current UniSA student, Nicole Henderson; e-health platform, Secure Nest, designed by UniSA graduate, Sally Skewes; and business management software solution, Studio Buddy, set up by UniSA graduate, James Walsh.”
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We will be in touch with all users past and present (those who are subscribed to the newsletter) to gather feedback on the platform (as we have in the past) and will potentially include some of these ideas into a larger plan we have to update Secure Nest with new features including a tool set for group therapy as well as self-education content and activities for clients.
We look forward to updating you with our progress.
We expect to have many of the new features added to Secure Nest in time for the INSPIRE 2018 ISST Amsterdam Conference (May 24 – 26, 2018) and anticipate running a workshop in Amsterdam a short time after the conference. We will provide more information on this as the date draws nearer.
The Secure Nest Team