About Us


Using secure telehealth technology, we support patients, loved ones and families as they manage schizophrenia, other mental illnesses, Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis, and severe insomnia. Learn how we can help you, too.

If you’re living with a chronic condition, as a caregiver, loved one, or patient, we’re here to provide expert-recommended, convenient support and guidance for real results.

The MyHealios privacy-protected telehealth program empowers you to better care for yourself and your loved ones – for improved wellness, lower stress, greater life balance, and easier home life.

Medical evidence supports these types of interventions and convenient technology makes our services available nearly anywhere there is a computer, tablet, or smart phone.

Practical, Convenient Training & Support

For Caregivers & Patients Living with Serious Illness

By providing proven condition-specific education, communication tactics, and problem-solving strategies, MyHealios can help to reduce the burden of chronic illness while also helping to limit relapse, hospitalization, office visits, and crisis.

Regardless of where you live or how complicated your schedule can be, MyHealios makes our training and support accessible, affordable, and efficient – for patients and for any support person or caregiver who interacts with a patient 4 or more hours per week.

Sessions occur in the comfort of your home, on your schedule, using a basic computer, tablet, or smart phone and intuitive technology. Regular appointments and useful activities help ensure you’re learning real-life strategies to help prevent and address stressful situations, maintain life balance, ease daily challenges, and achieve goals (health and otherwise).

Following medical standards, we provide practical information, communication skills training, and problem solving techniques to empower you to handle situations and disease in a way that can improve quality-of-life and well-being.

MyHealios is an affiliate member of The National Council For Behavioral Health and collaborates with the world’s largest companies to support caregivers and patients. We are work closely with health insurance organizations, Medicare, and Medicaid to help you receive coverage for our services when possible. All our counseling professionals have master’s degrees or doctorate degrees.

Program Overview:

  • Practical skills coaching and disease-specific techniques for those living with (as patients, caregivers, or loved ones) mental illness, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s or severe insomnia
  • Easy-to-schedule online sessions with experts certified in addressing the needs and challenges surrounding serious chronic illness and caregiving
  • Individualized, hopeful, empathetic approach
  • Consistent, flexible guidance when and where you need it
  • Convenient, intuitive technology
  • Quality service and follow-through
  • Strict privacy protections

Potential Benefits of Your Participation:

  • Practical understanding of the disease you or your loved one is facing, including symptoms, related behaviors, treatment, course/progression, and the health system
  • Increased capacity to maintain or support treatment plans for better outcomes
  • Improved ability to communicate productively, manage home life and problem solve in a manner that lowers stress, benefits well-being, and helps to avoid emergencies, relapse, or hospitalization
  • More effective self-care
  • Decreased stress or “burden”
  • Increased satisfaction with treatment and family life

Not sure when it’s time for MyHealios?

Here are just a few examples of when MyHealios can help:

  • Your loved one has schizophrenia, dementia, multiple sclerosis or another chronic illness. You’re feeling overwhelmed or unprepared and you’re not sure how to handle some of the things that are happening in daily life.
  • You have practical questions about a disease, treatments, and the health system and need support navigating it all.
  • The added strain of managing a serious, chronic disease is making you stressed and affecting your relationships and ability to enjoy life.
  • You need help communicating with the loved ones about treatments, day-to-day challenges, and behaviors

Caregivers and patients enrolled with MyHealios telehealth consistently provide positive feedback about our services and report significant positive changes in their lives as a result of our program. Here’s what some of our clients have to say:

“MyHealios is not talk therapy but it’s looking at and having solutions and coping skills. I came away with knowledge and things were presented in a slightly different way and it was very helpful.”

“I really liked the structure and the content of MyHealios. It was very applicable to what I was dealing with. The lessons met what I was faced with at the time. I really liked the practice – it was accountability for me; making sure I was learning. I liked some of the things I could control – trying to work on reflection and learning skills.”

“I really liked my therapist. I would rate her as excellent. She listened really well and reflected back that she got it. She reassured me a lot… that I was doing a good job and to keep up the good work. The timing of it worked out really well and I needed her encouragement.”

Our Vision

Families and patients affected by chronic conditions often experience significant challenges as they adapt to illness and changing life situations. While it is Medicare and Medicaid policy to provide valuable support via family behavioral therapy, few treatment teams have the capacity required to effectively implement it. MyHealios is working to fill this gap by becoming an essential telehealth partner for caregivers and patients affected by serious illness. We leverage technology and condition-specific expertise to ensure patients and families receive expert support and are empowered to live better as a result. But we don’t do this important work alone. We are thankful for partnerships and engagement with the medical community, health insurance organizations, pharmaceutical companies, patient groups, and other stakeholders as we strive to improve life for patients and caregivers around the world.

Meet Our Founder and CEO – Guilhem Dupont

The idea for MyHealios came out of Guilhem’s personal experiences when someone close to him struggled with mental illness. While trying to support this person, Guilhem realized that most of the services available for caregivers included general information and basic listening – important interventions, but Guilhem needed more. “Specific help navigating challenging situations and, even better, preventing those situations in the first place would have made daily life much less stressful,” he says. “So, I started MyHealios to more thoroughly support caregivers and patients in the practical daily difficulties of living with a chronic, life-changing illness.”

MyHealios was founded to help as many people as possible, which is why MyHealios is a telehealth program. Using convenient, intuitive technology, we can now make high-quality, expert-led support for those living with schizophrenia, other serious mental illnesses, Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis, and severe insomnia truly convenient and accessible.

Meet Kim T. Mueser, PhD: One of the Experts Behind our Work

Kim T. Mueser, PhD is a member of the MyHealios Board of Directors and has been instrumental in the development and implementation of our tele-caregiver, patient and family services.

For decades, Mueser has been studying the benefits of family behavorial therapy for serious illnesses like schizophrenia. His work on this topic is widely published and has been supported by the National Institute of Mental Health, the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration, and the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation. Mueser is a clinical psychologist and executive director of the Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation and a professor in the Departments of Occupational Therapy, Psychology, and Psychiatry at Boston University. He holds an adjunct professor position in Department of Psychiatry at Dartmouth Medical School in New Hampshire and is involved in variety of publications and organizations, including serving as a reviewer for the National Institute of Mental Health and Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute. Mueser is licensed as a clinical psychologist in New Hampshire and Pennsylvania.