About CredibleMind

CredibleMind provides a localized, wellness-oriented digital platform that enables employers, insurers, healthcare providers, and community organizations to support consumer-centric engagement.

Customizable with organizational and local resources, CredibleMind provides a complete population-based mental health ecosystem, complete with analytics reporting on service needs, use, and outcomes.

Our Commitment to Solidarity and Inclusion

Racism is ugly, divisive, unjust, and unacceptable in any society that aspires to core values of justice and love. Our commitment to our users and to ourselves:

  • CredibleMind is committed to tackling the difficult topics of racism, systemic institutionalized racism and injustice, and their hurtful effects on emotional wellbeing and mental health.
  • CredibleMind is made up of a diverse team of men and women, people of color, people of different cultures and religions. We remain committed to expanding the diversity of our team and our contributing expert authors – to produce the best guidance for our users on their journey.
  • CredibleMind strives to be part of the solution to the injustices we see.

The world is watching what we all do – the society of humanity is watching us. We must act with purpose now, help each other, and change together.

CredibleMind Leadership

Deryk Van Brunt, DrPH

Deryk Van Brunt is a co-founder of CredibleMind and serves as CEO. He is also President and CEO of the Healthy Communities Foundation, a nonprofit organization. He teaches Health Informatics at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health, and conducts research in the area of individual and community health information systems. Dr. Van Brunt has overseen the creation, development, and evaluation of clinical and patient-centered information systems implemented in over 500 healthcare institutions. He has authored several health-related articles and is the recipient of the Health 2.0 Outstanding Leadership Award for 2022. Dr. Van Brunt received his MPH in Epidemiology and Biostatistics and his DrPH in Health Informatics from the University of California at Berkeley.

Marcos Athanasoulis, DrPh

Marcos Athanasoulis is a co-founder of CredibleMind and serves as CTO. Most recently, he served  as the VP of Technology at Conduent. Formerly, Dr. Athanasoulis was the Director of Research Information Technology and Client Services for Harvard Medical School, computing infrastructure to support biomedical and healthcare research. Dr. Athanasoulis has worked in both the public and private sector to improve quality and efficiency of healthcare and the environment through information systems. With over 30 years of experience, he holds his MPH in Epidemiology and Biostatistics, and DrPH in Health Informatics from the University of California, Berkeley.

Jonathan Adler, MD

Jon Adler serves as the Chief Medical Officer and Co-Editor-in-Chief of CredibleMind.  A dedicated clinician and teacher at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School for 22 years, he served as an editor of the New England Journal of Medicine, NEJM Journal Watch, eMedicine.com (now the Medscape Reference by WebMD) and authored or edited 14 books. Jon earned his M.S. in Aerospace Engineering and M.D. from University of Colorado and is an emergency physician with Beth Israel Lahey Health.

Dustin DiPerna, MA

Dustin DiPerna serves as Co-Editor in Chief at CredibleMind. He is an author, teacher, and group facilitator. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from Cornell University and a Master of Liberal Arts degree in Religion from Harvard University. He is co-founder of the Foundation for Integral Religion and Spirituality and Integral Publishing House. Dustin remains committed to the development of integrally informed spiritual paths that make spiritual awakening accessible to all.

Clay Nicholas

Clayton (Clay) Nicholas is the Chief Commercial Officer at CredibleMind, overseeing sales, marketing, and strategy. He has 20+ years of experience in healthcare innovation for Fortune 50 firms and startups. Previously, he led the $350M Healthcare Provider division at Conduent, serving one-third of US hospitals with AI-driven care management solutions. He was also VP Strategy and Marketing at Change Healthcare and held sales and strategy roles at Walgreens, Tivity Health, and IBM. Clayton earned a BS in Engineering Management from West Point, an MIS from the University of Maryland, and an MBA from Harvard Business School.