Our Mission

Healbright makes psychology accessible

With the national median income at less than $30,000 per year, and private psychotherapy sessions often costing $150 per hour or more, too many people simply cannot afford therapy.

Additionally, psychology has often fixated on what goes wrong with people, giving many the impression that they should only seek therapy if there is something wrong in their life.

With these barriers in mind, Healbright is working with the best mental health professionals to make emotional wellness more accessible for everyone.


An evidence-based tool frequently used in psychotherapy

Healbright uses this empowering and democratic form of mental health treatment, marked by collaboration between clinician and client, to give users the knowledge and tools they need to make mental, emotional, and relational changes in their lives.

We draw on evidence-based models like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, as well as the cutting-edge discoveries of mind/body medicine. Our courses bring you the powerful results these models are known for in an easy-to-use format.

Created by Therapists

Healbright was created by a group of therapists and creatives who saw the limits of the mental healthcare system firsthand. As clinicians, we witnessed the transformative effects of psychotherapy and psychoeducation. We also saw expensive psychotherapy sessions, a fixation on mental illness, and excessive use of prescription medication.

With this in mind, we designed an online course model to empower our users with access to therapeutic tools in an easy to use format. We believe everybody can benefit from working with their own mind, and psychology should not be limited to only fixing what goes wrong with people.

Our Team

  • Bill Belanger, MA President & Co-founder
    Bill combined his training in anthropology and counseling psychology with his experience as an entrepreneur to start Healbright. As a psychotherapist, he focused on addiction treatment, and was particularly interested in somatic psychotherapy, positive psychology, attachment-based interventions, and developmental psychology. Additionally, Bill has studied Buddhist Psychology for 15 years and intensively practiced meditation for more than a decade in Nepal, Thailand, Bhutan, and the U.S. Bill is passionate about the intersection of western psychology and Buddhist psychology, and about making healing modalities more financially and culturally accessible.
  • Nikki Sengsavanh Executive Director & Co-founder
    Nikki received her Bachelors degree in International Studies from the University of Missouri-Columbia and Masters of Business Administration at the University of Denver. During her MBA training Nikki focused on organizational dynamics and business analytics. Nikki has consulted with international and local business owners on business processes, best practices, organizational restructuring, and market research. Nikki strongly believes that all communities should have access to psychological tools and resources in a way that they can easily utilize.
  • Justin Iacovino Technical Director & Co-founder
    Justin has a BS in Information Systems and nearly ten years’ experience in website development, coding, and content management. Justin has been involved in multiple online start-ups with roles ranging from lead developer to Executive Director. With knowledge of numerous coding languages, content management systems, and analytical tools, Justin offers solutions to any technical issues that arise, maintains and expands website content, and analyzes user experience and website traffic.
  • Richard Fleming Creative Director & Co-founder
    As an award-winning cinematographer, director, and storyteller, Richard Fleming has been obsessed with designing new mechanisms for connecting people to information and emotions – blending technology with psychology. Richard has experience in all phases of production: from scriptwriting to camerawork, from lighting to video editing, and from animation to content distribution. Richard is the owner of two multimedia businesses ( Sage Media and Creative Coop), and has worked with numerous Fortune 500 companies – including Microsoft, XBOX, Nike, and the NFL.
  • Elliot Conway, BS Marketing Director
    Elliot has experience in a variety of business positions with a specific focus in various forms of management techniques and marketing strategy. Elliot is especially interested in Social Media Marketing, Brand Identity Marketing, User Generated Content Marketing and Grassroots Campaigns. At Healbright, Elliot helps design outreach strategy and ensures we stay closely in touch with our user's needs.
  • Juliette M. Iacovino, MA Research Director
    Juliette is a Ph.D. candidate in Clinical Psychology at Washington University in St. Louis. She is a Chancellor’s Fellow and is a recipient of a National Institutes of Health National Research Service Award. Juliette is currently working with Dr. Thomas Oltmanns to investigate the contribution of personality and stress to health and health inequities in a sample of late mid-life adults. She has published research in several peer-reviewed journals examining these important research questions. Juliette's ultimate goal is to increase access to psychological treatments in underserved populations. She has joined Healbright because she believes it will expand access to tools for improving emotional and behavioral health.
  • Elizabeth Moosburner Outreach Coordinator
    Elizabeth is from Philadelphia, PA and as a graduate from University of Colorado, she has fallen in love with Boulder’s entrepreneurial spirit. She is pursuing a career in marketing, along with developing her skills in graphic design and web development. She is especially interested in working on grassroots campaigns, brand identity marketing, advertising, content creation and creative development. Elizabeth is passionate about exploring mental health, and using creative means to increase self-awareness and access to therapy and psycho-education.
  • Ryssel Guzman Curriculum Coordinator
    Ryssel is a graduate student at Naropa University seeking her Masters in Contemplative Psychotherapy and Buddhist Psychology. She was born and raised in New York City. Her future goals involve becoming a family and youth psychotherapist and collaborating with musicians to create an album. In her free time Ryssel writes poetry and enjoys conversations about the universe, philosophy, and spirituality. Ryssel loves to learn and is passionate about making psychology and psychotherapy accessible to underserved communities.

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