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What do you think of when you hear a phrase like “mental health chatbot” or “virtual therapy assistant”? Do you imagine a glitchy interface, robotic questions and a sterile textbox format in which to document your most private thoughts and feelings? Perhaps you picture an easy, cheap way to keep on top of your mental well-being; something less intimidating than starting therapy with a person. It’s possible your mind turns immediately to privacy and data leaks. Or maybe you think simply of


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