A Note from eQuoo
Purpose-built for students and staff in education, eQuoo is a team of psychologists, mental health advocates and creatives with a shared passion for improving the mental wellbeing of all students. Mental health is more relevant than ever, especially in young adults but getting support is costly, with long waiting times and associated stigma. That’s why we’ve built a state-of-the-art app, accessible at any time, with the most robust reporting system so that every student and staff member can build the best versions of themselves.
"We are here for your students
We understand the pressures and
challenges Schools and Colleges face and
the growing wellbeing interventions
needed to support students. Our mission,
via our clinically proven solutions is to build
the resilience and mental health of UK students,
reducing interventions and helping them become the
best versions of themselves. " Tim Smith, Sales Director
MEET THE TEAM
SILJA LITVIN | Cofounder, CEO & Psychologist
A clinical psychologist with years of experience providing counselling and therapy, including in the NHS NELFT mood and eating disorder division. Silja’s speciality is clinical psychology (depression and anxiety) and systemic psychology, the science of relationships.
"Psychological skills are a human's mental toolbox, and I'm here to equip young adults."
VANESSA HIRSCH-ANGUS | Cofounder & COO
On the back of 17 years at AXA in global senior Leadership roles, Vanessa has significant health and wellbeing knowledge and wide-ranging, international business experience across multiple sectors, including Private Equity.
"Life has never been more complicated for young people. I’m passionate about finding ways for them to deal with those challenges - to thrive, not just survive"
Dr. PHILIP JEFFERIES
Lead Unity Developer
CLINICAL RESEARCH TEAM
PROF. PETER FONAGY
Head of the Division of Psychology and Language Sciences, UCL
PROF. MARKUS MAIER
Professor of Psychology and Head of the Research Unit Emotion and Motivation, LMU
PROF. STEVE PILLING
Professor of Psychology, UCL