Monsenso signs two contracts with the Psychiatric Research Unit, Region West Zealand.

Monsenso signs two contracts with the Psychiatric Research Unit, Region West Zealand.

Monsenso signs two contracts with Research Unit for Psychotherapy and Psychopathology, Psychiatry West, Slagelse, Region Zealand Mental Health Services, who will use Monsenso’s digital health solution to remotely monitor patients with depression and schizotypal mental illness, respectively.

The first project, Development of an Intervention for Persistent Not on Track: DIP NOT, led by Jasmin Rejaye Gryesten, aims to identify non-responders to depression treatment, with the ultimate goal of increasing the number of remitted patients after CBT in the Danish MHS by developing a set of new person-centered add-on interventions to group CBT, to be used in case of observed lack of progress or deterioration.

The second project Phenomenologically informed PsychoTherapy for patients with Schizotypal Personality Disorder (PPT -SPD), is led by Kåre Donskov Nielsen and aims to develop and test new forms of phenomenological therapy that can help people with schizotypal mental illness.

About Monsenso digital health solution:
The Monsenso solution is a clinically validated, CE Class I Marked mHealth solution classified as a Medical Device, consisting of a smartphone app for patients and a clinical web portal for healthcare providers that are widely used in the prevention and treatment of common behavioural disorders such as depression and anxiety. It can also be configured to prevent and treat severe mental illnesses such as depression, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, PTSD, and schizophrenia. It is currently being used by over 1,000 patients across the globe and is highly valued by patients and healthcare providers.

For additional information contact:

Bettina van Wylich-Muxoll
Chief Marketing Officer

Monsenso signs a new contract with Empano

Monsenso signs a new contract with Empano

Monsenso expands collaboration with Empano, a private provider of psychology and psychiatry services, signing a new contract to help citizens with stress return to work in the municipality of Slagelse.

Monsenso and Empano partnered up last year to help unemployed people get back to work faster. Together, Monsenso and Empano offer a solution for Danish municipalities to help unemployed people suffering from stress and depression return to work.
Following the successful implementation in the municipality of Guldborgssund, the services are now offered to more municipalities, starting in the municipality of Slagelse, Denmark.

Empano offers individual courses and group sessions to the employment sector in the municipalities and uses Monsenso’s digital health solution to collect self-reported data from service users to validate and demonstrate the program’s effectiveness.

The courses have a duration of 6-8 weeks each, after which new citizens are enrolled.

It is a preventative course that teaches strategies to reduce stress and promote mental health. Citizens are introduced to techniques that enable them to better cope with symptoms and challenges in everyday life and the job market, based on cognitive therapy, metacognitive therapy, and mindfulness.

“We are excited to expand our collaboration with Empano to help more people get back to work faster,” says CEO Thomas Lethenborg. “Mental health and unemployment are closely linked. While unemployment can cause stress which may have other negative consequences on people’s mental health, including depression, anxiety and lower self-esteem, a good mental health has shown to have a positive impact on employability, finding a job and staying in that job.”

Accountant & Business Controller (Part-time student job)

Accountant & Business Controller (Part-time student job)

Monsenso is an innovative technology company offering a digital health solution for mental health and behavioural disorders. We seek a part-time/student to take responsibility for accounting tasks and business controlling. In close cooperation with our CFO you will play an important role and be a key contributor to the company.

Key responsibilities

  • Bookkeeping in e-conomic.
  • Payroll and holiday accounting in Dataløn.
  • Creditor administration and payments.
  • Invoicing according to customer and partner contracts.
  • Calculation of VAT and public taxes.
  • Business controlling tasks from reporting, budgeting, and forecasting.
  • Project controlling support.

You must be a quick learner and comfortable in a rapidly changing environment.

You will collaborate with all parts of our organization as well as customers and partners to run above-mentioned areas effectively.

What we offer

We offer a fantastic opportunity to join a young company, where you truly get the ability to make an impact and help shape the future in an exciting field. Personal health technology and data science are booming markets worldwide, and you will be at the centre of this technology revolution. Mental health is a major burden for society needing new solutions and ways of supporting treatment, and you will contribute to reducing this burden for the benefit of society and the people affected.

You should expect an informal, fast-paced environment with tremendous opportunities for personal development for the right people, and we want you as soon as possible, but the deadline for reply is June 25, 2021.

Desired skills and expertise

We expect the successful candidate to:

  • Hold a relevant bachelor’s degree and maybe doing a master’s in economics, Finance or Accounting and want to exploit your knowledge in practice.
  • Have some experience within accounting and/or financial controlling from a small/medium-sized company or business unit.
  • Possess high analytical skills and a structured way of working.
  • Be fluent in English and Danish language.
  • Be a digital native with advanced Excel/Sheets and e-conomic (or similar) competencies.
  • Hold a permit to live and work in Copenhagen, Denmark.

As a person, you thrive in a challenging environment, where you have a possibility to see and influence the entirety.

You bring a positive mindset and winning attitude, and you see the opportunities in all the things that may not already be in place in a young, growth company compared to an established corporation.


To learn more, contact our CFO Robert Højer, at +45 21403965.

Apply for this position now!
Please send CV and application letter to our CFO Robert Højer, at as soon as possible and by the latest June 25, 2021.

Monsenso joins TSA, the industry body for Technology Enabled Care (TEC)

Monsenso joins TSA, the industry body for Technology Enabled Care (TEC)

Monsenso A/S, a leading provider of digital health solutions for mental health, joins TSA, the trade association for Technology Enabled Care (TEC), representing the largest sector-specific network in Europe and bringing together a growing number of organisations from local government, healthcare and the private sector.

TSA promotes and supports the technology-enabled care sector to health and social care commissioners, service users, their families and carers, including organising the annual International Technology Enabled Care Conference and promoting quality across the sector through its internationally recognised Integrated Code of Practice.

“We are delighted to become a member of TSA” Thomas Lethenborg, CEO of Monsenso, commented. “Working across NHS and social care, TSA will be a strong partner in our expansion in Europe and the UK.” / @TSAvoice

Monsenso signs a contract with the Elite Sports Academy Aarhus (ESAA)

Monsenso signs a contract with the Elite Sports Academy Aarhus (ESAA)

Monsenso signs a contract with the Elite Sports Academy Aarhus (ESAA). The Monsenso digital health solution will be used to promote mental wellbeing among ESAA’s students.

Strong mental health is a prerequisite for top athletes to perform at their best. Yet, top athletes are more vulnerable to psychological distress due to the top performance culture. In response, many clubs have over the recent years taken initiatives to promote mental health among their elite athletes and today sports psychology is as much about mental health, as it is about athletic performance.

ESAA, an Elite Sports Academy located in Aarhus (Denmark), is no exception. With mental health as part of the academy’s core values (Mind, Body, Culture, Team), ESAA seeks to provide their young athletes with self-insight and tools to learn how to master the mental aspects of being an elite athlete.

From August 2021, 75 young elite athletes will be offered the Monsenso mhealth app as part of ESAA’s talent program to track their mental wellbeing daily, while giving them access to “Tools” and “Challenges” to boost their mental health and wellbeing. ‘Tools’ provides the young athletes with coping strategies and ‘Challenges’ helps to learn new skills, like how to gain insight into their emotions, how to develop a positive mindset or improve their confidence.

At the same time, the daily tracking offers ESAA the opportunity to identify and act proactively upon signs and symptoms of mental distress, and hereby to provide preventive support to their young athletes.

 “We are pleased to collaborate with ESAA in this project,” says Thomas Lethenborg, CEO of Monsenso. “The importance of mental health in elite sport, in particular among young athletes, can not be underestimated and we are happy that the Monsenso solution can contribute to that. 

For additional information contact:
Bettina van Wylich-Muxoll
Chief Marketing Officer