Brain Resource, Inc. and MHNet Behavioral Health today announced a new partnership to offer brain health tools to consumers. Under the new agreement, Brain Resource will offer its suite of innovative tools to improve brain health, including its flagship product MyBrainSolutions. MHNet provides behavioral health benefits to its members nationwide. MyBrainSolutions is a scientifically designed online brain health solution that identifies an individual’s brain profile and recommends training games, exercises and interactive videos to help optimize brain health, enhance memory, improve concentration, boost productivity, manage stress and increase overall health and well-being. “We are very pleased to be partnering with MHNet Behavioral Health and providing our brain health solutions as part of their broader wellness offering,” said Gregory Bayer, Ph.D., CEO of Brain Resource Inc. “Brain health is becoming an increasingly important part of the overall wellness conversation as we better understand the complexity of the brain and its impact on overall health. MyBrainSolutions unique approach helps people regulate their emotions, thoughts and feelings, enabling them to become more resilient at work, at home or when dealing with demanding situations.” “We are excited about the opportunity to offer this cutting edge solution,” said Kevin Middleton, Psy.D., President and COO of MHNet Behavioral Health. “MyBrainSolutions is based upon the sound research of the strong link between brain health and overall health and well-being. It provides a new and engaging way for our members to improve their health and wellness.” The new partnership with MHNet Behavioral Health follows a recent SharpBrains, Inc. industry report that identified Brain Resource as leader in the digital brain health market, which is predicted to grow dramatically by 2020. MyBrainSolutions.com, the company’s web-based program for employee wellness, addresses one of the most challenging aspects of employee health: managing stress in the workplace. Stress is estimated to cost the U.S. more than $300 billion each year in health care costs, missed work and lost productivity.