- Date: Friday 13 October 2023
- Time: 09:30 – 12:30
- Location: Online (Zoom)
- Category: CPD
Please note this event is aimed at qualified practitioners employed at one of our partner services within the South West Community of Practice.
ABOUT THE EVENT
This interactive event will introduce attendees to a NICE recommended digital therapeutic intervention for childhood anxiety – ‘Lumi Nova:Tales of Courage’ (www.bfb-labs.com/luminova).
Lumi Nova: Tales of Courage is a digital intervention that provides instant access to therapeutic ‘best practice’ in the form of psychoeducation and exposure therapy (NICE recommended gold standard for treating anxiety disorders) to enable children aged 7-12 to self-manage their fears, worries and anxiety.
- Provides instant access to NICE recommended psychoeducation and exposure therapy
- Non-stigmatising, inclusive, age-appropriate and highly engaging intervention in the form an ethical and immersive mobile game
- Prevents escalation and long term disorders
- Standalone – use remotely with minimal supervision
- Can be used at multiple points in the care pathway
- Provides real-time progress and outcomes data for professionals
- CE marked, regulated by the UK’s MHRA as a medical device
- Development funded by NHS England (SBRI Phase 1&2)
- Recommended by NICE for use across the NHS
Manjul is the Cofounder and CEO of BfB Labs, a highly innovative mental health tech company offering unparalleled digital therapeutics to support children and young people’s mental health.
She is driven by the power of technology to enable meaningful impact and has a background in sustainability, user centred service design and innovation.
Manjul holds an MA in Sustainable Design from the University of Brighton and was awarded the Prime Minister’s Point of Light commendation. She frequently engages in public speaking at events such as eMen Conference, Women in Games European Conference, Public Health England (PHE) Annual Conference, the NHS Expo and along with media platforms such as the BBC.
She’s also the co-founder of the UK’s first child-led avoidable sight loss initiative ‘Eye Heroes’. Previously she worked as an Innovation Lead at Shift delivering social impact projects nationally and internationally.