Core to our mission is collaboration and supporting the good work of others. We believe we all do more together than we ever could alone!

Partner with us!

We build tools and resources that are meant for EVERYONE. Increasing our impact means helping to increase the impact of others doing good in the world.  We are here to help, and can provide support on the specific how-to’s of easily using these tools, and examples of how others have successfully used these resources in their communities.

Our tools are open access, so YES you can use them in your organization or institution. We only ask that content not be altered or changed so we can ensure they meet our rigorous quality and scientific standards. Are you concerned that something out our resources doesn’t match up with what is possible or available in your organization? Reach out! We can discuss creating a customized version for you like we have done many times before.

We also know many organizations are hesitant to use resources that don’t include their logo. Partnering with us can open up that possiblity as well. We want to reduce any and all barriers to access!

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Interested in translated content? We can do that!

As part of our commitment to healthcare equity and access, we want to make our tools available for EVERYONE. We want our resources in as many languages as possible, so please make a request if it would be useful to your patient population.

We prefer to have medical providers do our translation work to ensure that we are preserving the intent of the language (rather than straight translation of the words) and so we can get feedback on any cultural difference issues that may be present. If you are interested, please reach out to

We Can Do This Campaign

We Can Do This is a COVID-19 public education campaign organized by the U.S Department of Health and Human Services as a national initiative to increase public confidence in and uptake of COVID-19 vaccines while reinforcing basic prevention measures such as mask wearing and social distancing. Through a nationwide network of trusted messengers and consistent, fact-based public health messaging, the campaign helps the public make informed decisions about their health and COVID-19, including steps to protect themselves and their communities. The effort is driven by communication science and provides tailored information for at-risk groups.

ChildKind International

ChildKind is an international organization which seeks to promote evidence-based pain management practices for children. They certify hospitals that demonstrate consistent, proper practice in caring for kids.

Booster Shot Media

Booster Shot Media is a creative communications project run by Alex Thomas MD and Gary Ashwal MA. They work to make complex topics in health and medicine accessible to a wide audience.

The duo also helped to create Stanford’s ImaginAction project, in collaboration with Dr. Jody Thomas.

Comfort Quest

Comfort Quest are crazy passionate creatives who design and build digital experiences that empower children and their families facing scary medical procedures. Together, we created the SuperMeg Poke PlanPain ChampionsHack the Vax, and Take Control applications. 


CHYP is an online community for teens and families living with chronic pain. Their Mission is to help teens suffering from chronic pain to heal by altering the brain’s pain circuits using education, peer connection and the creative healing techniques.


Kedren Health

Kedren’s vision is to eliminate health disparities for children, youth, adults, and families in South Los Angeles by creating access to care irrespective of one’s ability to pay.


The ComfortAbility

The Comfort Ability Program helps kids, teens and parents or caregivers learn how to better manage chronic pain problems such as headache, abdominal pain, nerve pain, joint pain, disease related pain, post-surgical pain, or any other kind of ongoing pain. The program teaches how pain works in the body and why skills rooted in psychology can help. It also gives kids and parents the chance to learn and practice many proven coping skills based in cognitive behavioral therapy.