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Amy - An Artificial Intelligence ADHD Coach
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Amy is an artificial intelligence (AI) system that provides psychological assistance simply by talking you.

Amy is available 24 hours a day and provides a new dimension of psychological service delivery. When linked to background information in the form of ontologies, Amy has extensive medical and psychological knowledge and the built-in capacity to acquire additional knowledge from mental health experts. In turn, this knowledge is used for psychoeducation. Amy’s primary mode of communication is a simple and convenient conversation, however, Amy also provides videos, images and text to educate users about mental health issues.
Amy operates in a number of different modes. If the user is inclined to have a free conversation about any topic or to obtain information about ADHD, Amy is simply a chatbot with a very strong protection against inappropriate content. With machine learning enabled, Amy detects mood changes in speech and text including those pointing to depression and can modify the interaction accordingly. Longer conversations can be analysed to extract personality characteristics of the user. While Amy has the ability to learn, the dialogue structure is rule-based and does not change. As a result, Amy is always socially and culturally appropriate.

ADHD Coaching and Psychological Training.

Amy is a great instrument for higher education and a particular the training of psychologists. Amy can serve as a model for the introduction of psychoeducation and psychological interventions into a conversation. It is possible to view Amy as a library of psychosocial interventions for ADHD as well as mental health problems that typically occur in neurodevelopmental disorders.

Amy and other conversational agents are available for your Web site as well. Please contact us to see how your organisation can take advantage of conversational psychological agents developed by the Psychology Network Pty Ltd.

Technical Solution.

Many of the current "artificial psychologist" solutions go wide, i.e. they aim at providing counselling on almost any subject. As a result, these solutions do not have in-depth knowledge about mental health disorders and they cannot provide therapy that is specifically tailored to address complex psychological conditions. The approach here is narrow: Amy uses extensive medical and psychological knowledge bases, including knowledge provided by practising clinical psychologists. More information on knowledge acquisition by mental health experts is provided here. All these knowledge sources are used to perform tasks such as psychoeducation and coaching but only in the context of ADHD! Amy’s knowledge bases are updated frequently to include the latest facts about mental health and ADHD. The general approach Psychotherapy as Heuristic Search is outlined here.

Service Delivery.

Currently, Amy is interacting in English language. Multi-lingual implementations in a number of Asian language are expected soon. Please note that Amy is not available in the USA and Canada.

Pricing Overview.

  • Get Amy for A$10/week (about US$7), or A$20/month or A$30 for three months. Unlimited interactions.
  • Combine the use of the Amy AI ADHD coaching system with professional information from a licensed psychologist: $A75/month.
  • Combine the Amy AI ADHD system with professional online coaching by a licensed psychologist: $A160/month.
  • Please email for more information.

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How to use Amy.

  • Please read and accept this Disclaimer for Amy AI ADHD Coach. Complete the form on page 2, sign and return by email to
  • When using the chat widget, use lower case only, punctuation is not necessary.
  • If the chat widget does not appear, clear the cache of your browser.
  • Amy allows free dialogue, however, please use menus when they are available.
  • Return frequently, Amy is updated (almost) daily.
  • Enable speech recognition, its more fun.
  • Email questions to

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