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  1. Customize your plan

    Our simple quiz evaluates your strengths and areas for improvement, allowing Lantern to personalize your experience.

  2. Proven techniques & 1:1 coaching

    Lantern gives you daily exercises and matches you with a professional coach to support you on your path forward.

  3. See real results

    Whether you’re struggling with something specific or just looking for a boost, Lantern helps you approach life with strength, clarity, and calm.

Do you feel optimistic about your future?

Have you felt so worried it was difficult to focus?

Have you had difficulty falling or staying asleep?

Are your relationships supportive and rewarding?

How afraid are you of gaining 3 pounds?

Expert guidance, delivered daily

Our quiz helps us understand your life so we can create the best Lantern experience for you.

Programs designed by leading researchers from renowned universities

Barr Taylor

Barr Taylor, MD
Stanford University School of Medicine

I have treated hundreds of patients and studied web-based therapy programs for over a decade, and I know that personal attention and the use of evidence based techniques significantly improve mental health outcomes. Lantern combines both within their unique service.

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Denise Wilfley

Denise Wilfley, Ph.D.
Washington University in St. Louis

Dr. Wilfley is the Scott Rudolph University Professor at Washington University in St. Louis. She is an international authority on the prevention and treatment of eating disorders and obesity. Dr. Wilfley co-developed the Healthy Body Image Program, an evidence-based online platform for eating disorder screening and intervention, which is the foundation of Lantern’s body image program.

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Michelle Newman

Michelle Newman, Ph.D.
Penn State University

Dr. Newman is a clinical psychologist and professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at Penn State University. She studies the nature of anxiety and anxiety treatment. Specifically, Dr. Newman’s research has found technology-assisted treatments paired with traditional cognitive behavioral therapy to be more effective than therapy alone. This study serves as the foundation for Lantern’s anxiety program.

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