“The MetaMe program helped me feel better during an important time at work so I could focus on my job. I loved that I could do my sessions from home. The program works and I would definitely recommend it to others with IBS.”
- Michelle K. patient
What is metaMe Connect?
MetaMe Connect is a safe place for you to meet with your therapist online to treat your Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) symptoms. In clinical trials testing hypnosis treatment for IBS, over 70% of patients enjoyed significant relief, on average cutting their symptom severity in half.
We introduce you to the Connect platform and help you choose your therapist. Your therapist will assess your symptom baseline and make sure our program is right for you.
Using secure video chat technology, your sessions are taken from the comfort of your home or office at a fraction of the cost of a traditional office visit.
After the program (with your permission), metaMe sends a progress report back to your regular doctor so that it can be integrated into your overall care program.
Marc Oster is a leader and professor in the areas of clinical hypnosis, forensic psychology, and behavioral medicine. In addition, Dr. Oster maintains a private practice in Algonquin and St. Charles, where he serves patients with anxiety, depression, and chronic medical problems including IBS.
Stephanie has a passion for working with those who are seeking help for various gastrointestinal conditions and symptom relief. Stephanie is open about her own GI condition of Crohn's disease. She has 6 years of experience working with people living with chronic illness.
Tiffany Taft has over a decade of experience working with people living with chronic digestive illness, including irritable bowel syndrome. She practices at Oak Park Behavioral Medicine, and aims to teach clients skills that contribute to a lifetime of relief.
Laurie Keefer is a clinical health psychologist with over 15 years of experience in the development of behavioral therapies for GI disorders, including IBS. At her practice at Mount Sinai in New York City, she focuses on building resilience among patients with bowel diseases at all stages of life.