At many college counseling centers, therapists are overwhelmed and students are forced to wait weeks for an appointment, even as more of them seek help for anxiety, depression, and sleep and eating disorders.

Christie Campus Health, a Lexington, Mass., startup that will be launched Wednesday, thinks it has a solution: technology.

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  • Wait until this epidemic outburst. Mental is the epidemic of this decade. How are we going to address it. Psychiatrists are not saying anything, instead leaving it to psychologists. Psychology alone cannot treat mental health. This is the new crisis to come.

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