The Arnold P. Gold Foundation and the EDI Institute have formed a strategic partnership to promote a culture of compassion in hospitals through an innovative program that facilitates conversation between patients and caregivers.
We are excited to announce that the EDI Institute has been selected to join the PULSE@MassChallenge 2017 cohort. As one of the 31 digital health innovators to join this group, we will have many exciting opportunities to form new partnerships and accelerate our mission. To learn more, read the full news announcement here.
The Expressive Therapies Program at Lesley University has announced a strategic partnership with the EDI Institute to enhance its training of graduate students and to collaborate with faculty on research into the effectiveness of using digital imagery for therapeutic purposes.
Gosnold on Cape Cod is committed to preventing, treating, and managing the disease of addiction. Gosnold offers complete end-to-end treatment services including medical detox, residential inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient clinics, extended sober living, and long term recovery coaching. Read Addiction Professional to learn about how Gosnold is fully integrating Expressive Digital Imagery (EDI) into the fabric of its therapeutic programs.
Gosnold on Cape Cod announced plans to implement a new mobile technology as part of its ongoing strategy to develop innovative approaches for improving addiction treatment outcomes. Gosnold will adopt Expressive Digital Imagery (EDI), a groundbreaking technique that uses imagery to enable patients to express complex feelings and emotions in ways often not possible through the spoken word.
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the EDI Institute are partnering to provide a new mobile imaging technique for cancer patients, family members, and staff to express their feelings around the illness.
EDI is working with NAMI Massachusetts to help participants express what mental illness feels like through imagery. This Boston.com article describes how the program works and shares moving stories about how expressive imagery is making a difference in the lives of those in recovery from mental illness.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Massachusetts (NAMI Mass) is expanding its use of Expressive Digital Imagery (EDI), a groundbreaking mobile technology that uses imagery to promote recovery for people with mental disorders by enabling them to express how their illness feels to them.
McLean Hospital and the EDI Institute have announced a strategic partnership to further ascertain the clinical effectiveness and impact of Expressive Digital Imagery® (EDI) in clinical settings across psychiatric conditions, levels of care, and delivery models, the two organizations announced today.
Steven Koppel gave a talk entitled “Healing Images” at TEDxBeaconStreet on the use of Expressive Digital Imagery®. The full-length TEDx talk is available here or at www.tedxbeaconstreet.com.