“Have you ever felt like you were going to shit your pants and throw up at the same time? Graphic, I know, but I have, and that’s exactly why I built DiveThru.
After a decade of struggling with and avoiding my mental health, I had a panic attack on an airplane. My heart was racing, my body was shaking and my stomach… well, it wasn’t happy.
This panic attack resulted in a 38 hour cross country drive where I had a lot of time to evauluate my life. What did I discover? I was struggling, deeply and something needed to change.
When I arrived home from my cross country journey, my mental health one began. I went to therapy, journaled, took medication and did everything and anything I could to support myself.
While I found more stable ground, I was continually overwhelmed by how hard it was to get help. Because of this, and my desire to prevent others from feeling as I did, I began building DiveThru.” – Sophie Gray
Through our self-guided app, and therapy offerings (launching November 2022) our goal is to help you take charge of your mental health.
You’re not alone in your struggles, so we don’t want you struggling alone. At DiveThru, we’re committed to create a safe space where you can connect with likeminded people who are going through similar experiences.
We’ve been there. We’ve cried on the bathroom floor and laid wide awake at night counting thoughts, not sheep. We know how much it sucks - and everything found within DiveThru is created from a deep understanding of what it means to struggle.
Your wants and needs matter. You matter. And everything we offer has been intentionally created to centre you and your experience.
We're all about ugly crying together but we also want to laugh together. We know when to take things seriously but we love bringing you a bit of fun when we can, whether through memes or brutally honest "this fucking sucks" moments.
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