Beat social anxiety


What we do


We design digital self-help tools to increase people's mental health. Our first product is called Steps and was launched in February 2017

The mental disorders; Stress, anxiety and depression are increasing in the world, and it is expensive both for society and for the individuals affected. Our focus is on the millions of people suffering from social anxiety  "the fear of being judged by others". It makes the fear a big taboo in a world focused on extroversion and being a success in all areas of life.

We are in the preventive space and design for people with a light to medium degree of social anxiety, ei. they are able to live relatively normal lives, but they are often aware that they have anxiety and avoid some social situation when they can.

Our product

How Steps work.PNG

Based on principles from exposure therapy Steps helps users deal with social anxiety.

We present the users to small challenges in areas such as; ‘Friendship’, ‘Working Life’, ‘Rejection’ etc. The user picks the challenges that fits them and their needs, this helps them realize the things they want to be able to do.

Steps users have completed more than 22.000 challenges already.


Who we are

Meet the founders


Rikke Koblauch

Digital creative and Product designer



Sanne bech thougaard

Strategist and business developer



Our partners and advisors

A selection of our advisors and partnerships



Danish Mental Health Fund

Product development collaborator

A humanitarian, disease-fighting organization, Who's purpose is to break down prejudices and taboos of mental illness, and put mental illness on the agenda.


Copenhagen Healthtech Cluster

Research advisor

Connects businesses, municipalities, and regions and brings them together to develop and implement digital healthcare solutions




Invests in new knowledge and technology creating growth and employment
in Denmark

The Danish Mental Health Fund is working to strengthen mental health and prevent mental illness. We are very committed to developing and spreading new solutions that can reach target groups, the established methods and offers do not reach. Therefore, we are pleased to have a collaboration with Steps, due to the great potential of the solution
— Chief psychologist at Psykiatrifonden - Michael R. Danielsen