YouROK is an emotional resiliency app that is addictingly fun to play while developing skills to manage difficulties in a child's life. As the child plays the "Am I OK?" game and uses other features in the app, YouROK anonymously captures data about your child's emotional state. YouROK serves as an early indicator that something is not quite right, facilitating parental engagement and other interventions.
for 1 Child$4.95/1 Month
for 1 Child$28.95/6 Months
for 1 Child$54.95/12 Months
YouROK Family Plan
up to 4 children$149.95/12 Months
K'Bro is a mindful breath of fresh air in the gaming world. The application blends social networking, an interactive community, gaming and AI with measurable CBT techniques. The app is a cost-effective pathway to therapy for adolescents and young adults. - Dave Solsberg, MD PC, Neuroradiologist/Inventor/Entrepreneur
It helps me get through tough times, and keeps parents off my back with their checking in daily.
A game that lets you ask questions that you wouldn't talk to your friends or parents about.
Important app about communication and how I feel.
A good way to help me feel better or just try to get friends to beat my score.
Kids need avenues to freely express themselves without being judged or supervised by a parent. It sounds like this would be a great vehicle for kids to be honest with themselves and gain better self-awareness.
It would be good for my child to be more aware of his feelings and options and to get support from sources other than his parents.
Teens can be oppositional, especially if the recommendation is coming from their parent. I see real benefits of my child playing YouRok
YouROK was founded by Patrina Mack, a mom who has taken all the knowledge she acquired raising a teenager to develop a fun tool to build emotional resiliency. YouROK is run by a seasoned team of experts in game design, deep learning, product development, experts in adolescent assessment, psychologists and parents.
CEO & Founder
Product/Market Fit Expert
Patrina Mack is CEO and founder of K'Bro. She is a board member of the Mental Research Institute. In 2017 she was honored as a Woman of Influence by the San Jose Business Journal. Prior to founding YouROK Corp., Patrina founded Vision & Execution in 1999. V&E served its clients as interim sales, marketing and product development support for global clients including Agilent, BeVocal (acquired by Nuance), Cisco, DataStreams (Korea), Dream Audio Lab (Singapore), e-Cumulate (acquired by HP), Fasoo (Korea), GroundSource Geothermal, Intuit, Macromedia, NetIQ Corporation, Oblicore (acquired by Computer Associates), Traverse Networks (acquired by Avaya), Visa, Voxify, Wind River (acquired by Intel) and xBrain (France). Prior to that she led the SaaS product development for NetGravity launching globally through IPO until being acquired by Doubleclick. Before that she led new product initiatives domestically and internationally for PacTel Corporation through its spinoff and IPO to become AirTouch.
IT Infrastructure/Data Security Expert
Emil Glatz is a 20 year veteran of the IT industry. His career has focused on Healthcare IT and government increasing in responsibility and strategic focus. Early in his career he servec as a pure IT technician for Healthcare companies performing jobs from system administration, to network administration, and coding. The second focus was in project management building solutions to meet client's requirements. The third focus was on program management as he created and managed revenue streams by working with internal resources, major contractors, and Montana's congressional delegation for the United States Marine Corps. Most recently for the Montana Dept. of Public Health Human Services (DPHHS) he transformed legacy business processes into services that ensure successful and rapid program delivery and met a critical deadline for Medicaid Expansion. Managing a team of 19 direct reports he implemented a MBO process that aligned personnel initiatives with overall State objectives, and changed the development life cycle from traditional waterfall to an agile process. Because of these successes, Emil was tapped to build DPHHS's strategic plan for IT.
Clinical Trials Director
Adolescent Well-being Expert
Cailin Currie, PhD. in Applied Developmental Psychology is focused on assessments that are developmentally calibrated to investigating the unique perspective of adolescents. She has experience in all areas of large research projects including grant writing, survey creation and measurement work, development of study design and measurement creation, qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis. As part of her clinical research she has worked on large multi-million dollar grants from institutions including the William T. Grant Foundation, Gates foundation, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and NIH on school-based program assessments on children and adolescents social, emotional, and psychological functioning. She has also created partnerships with stakeholders in the public schools, universities, and businesses. Her training as a researcher is supplemented by previous experience working in institutionalized settings as a unit coordinator and staff developer at a 99 bed residential mental health facility before beginning her research training.
Deep Learning Expert
Louis Monier was a founder of the Internet search engine AltaVista. After he left AltaVista, he worked at eBay and then at Google. He left Google in August 2007 to join Cuil, a search engine startup. He was Vice President of Products at Cuil. He also was the co-founder and CTO of Qwiki with Doug Imbruce. Qwiki won the TechCrunch Disrupt Award in 2010 and was recently sold to Yahoo. Louis was the Chief Scientist of Proximic until July 2013, and then founded a health technology company, Kyron. He is currently Chief Scientist at Import.io and serves as Advisor, Investor and Deep Learning Faculty member at Holberton School in San Francisco. Monier received a Ph.D. in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Paris XI, France in 1980 and worked at Carnegie Mellon University, Xerox PARC, and DEC's Western Research Laboratory.
Deep Learning Expert
Gregory "Redo" Renard is CTO & Chief Visionary Officer at xBrain, and previously was CIO at Wygwam sarl, Usilink, Regional Director at Microsoft, and Professor at ISEN. Gregory began his career in 1996 in academic research around new technologies and created his first company in 1997 in the field of web development. Greg is an expert in artificial intelligence and big data working on unsupervised deep learning, bot, personal assistant, connected things and voice/semantic search for more than 15 years. He is currently a Deep Learning Faculty member at Holberton School in San Francisco. Through his professional activities in the various companies he created, his publications (books, blogs, etc.) and conferences, he is recognized as an expert on computer technologies (especially from Microsoft with the title of Most Valuable Professional since 2003 and as Regional Director since 2006) then as a futurist and architect of innovations. Gregory continues to advise many large companies on their strategy and organization innovation. He is also a professional technical futurist speaker in different European universities and corporate events in France, Europe, and US.