Evidence-based neurobehavioral interventions that take care of
At CurioTM, women are seen, heard, and cared for — globally.
We begin our process by collaborating with expert clinical psychologists and undertaking extensive studies that help us gather insights. That, combined with valuable knowledge from our subject matter experts and unique learning management systems, helps us build our neurobehavioral intervention programs. Powered by our robust technology, rigorous analytics, and people-centric design, we cater to the unique behavioral and physical healthcare needs of women.
What’s more is that we ensure our applications are intuitive, responsive, and absolutely personalized.
The best clinical psychologists have come together to develop our neurobehavioral intervention programs. They are based on extensive research, peer-reviewed publications, and successful clinical trials.
Here’s a glimpse at clinical studies that form the foundation of our world-class interventions.
By Ana Fonseca, Marco Pereira, Anabela Araújo-Pedrosa, Ricardo Gorayeb, Mariana Moura Ramos, and Maria Cristina Canavarro
By Ana Fonseca, Fabiana Monteiro, Stephanie Alves, Ricardo Gorayeb, & Maria Cristina Canavarro
By Ana Fonseca, Stephanie Alves, Fabiana Monteiro, Ricardo Gorayeb, and Maria Cristina Canavarro
by: Fabiana Monteiro, Marco Pereira , Maria Cristina Canavarro, & Ana Fonseca
by: Ana Fonseca, Mariana Branquinho, & Maria Cristina Canavarro
by: Fabiana Monteiro, Marco Pereira, Maria Cristina Canavarro, & Ana Fonseca
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH Be a mom’s efficacy in enhancing positive mental health among postpartum women presenting low risk for postpartum depression : Results form a pilot randomized trial.
Be a Mom, a web-based intervention to prevent postpartum depression: Results from a pilot randomized controlled trial
FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY Be a Mom, a web-based intervention to prevent postpartum depression: The enhancement of self-regulatory skills and its association with postpartum depressive symptoms
COGNITIVE AND BEHAVIORAL PRACTICE Be a Mom: Formative evaluation of a webbased psychological intervention to prevent postpartum depression
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MEDICAL INFORMATICS
Women’s use of online resources and acceptance of e-mental health tools during the perinatal period
of women experienced improved symptoms and were no longer considered to have postpartum depression
of women with at least moderate depression experienced a clinically significant improvement in symptoms across clinical studies
of women would recommend MamaLift for a friend in a similar situation