Are you aware that
58% of your employees
may be struggling with mental health issues? 1

82% of them don't discuss it with anyone and aren't seeking help.1

And now imagine, that you have the opportunity to help all these people.

As clinical psychologists, doctors, and other experts we bring MyWay analytix®

  • Online software for intervention screening of individual and organizational mental health.
  • The clinical psychologist, acting as a guide, will help people to understand and become aware of their current condition: Where I am and What and How I do.
  • With the goal to prevent the emergence of serious mental health issues.

MyWay analytix® will bring to organisation

  • Comprehensive analysis of the organization's overall mental health. It provides a clear understanding of its current state and identifies specific areas to focus on.
  • Prevention and reduction of the risk of mental health problems.
  • Tracking of trends (on an annual basis) will show whether the organisation is moving in the right direction.

Ultimately, MyWay analytix 

  • Increase employee productivity and satisfaction, which can lead to improved performance and success of the organisation.
  • Greater ability to attract and retain top talent in a competitive job market.
  • Improve overall organisational culture and reputation.

with MyWay analytix®

is a tool that will help people stop and reflect on where they are and how they got to that place.
  • Reducing burnout risk

    Reducing burnout risk

    We strongly believe that MyWay analytix® might minimise the risks associated with burnout syndrome, stress, and other mental health issues among employees.

  • Increased engagement and loyalty

    Increased engagement and loyalty

    With MyWay analytix®, you can increase employee engagement, productivity, and loyalty, contributing to an overall improvement in the work environment.

  • Employer branding

    Employer branding

    MyWay analytix® contributes to improving the culture and reputation of the organisation.

  • Cost savings

    Cost savings

    MyWay analytix® can lead to cost savings in the long term by reducing recruitment costs, employee retention, and increasing productivity.

  • Support for research and the Faculty of Medicine MUNI

    Support for research and the Faculty of Medicine MUNI

    BBy implementing MyWay Analytix®, you will support the mental health of your employees, further research in this field, and the Faculty of Medicine MUNI.

  • ESG


    By incorporating MyWay Analytix® into ESG reporting, an organization can demonstrate its commitments in the S pillar (Social Responsibility).

MyWay analytix®

Benefits for individuals:

  • Comprehensive analysis
    14 MENTAL HEALTH INDICATORS™ provide a comprehensive analysis of your mental health.
  • Video guide
    Personalized support and instant feedback from a clinical psychologist (in the form of a video guide), including suggestions on areas to focus on.
  • Warning signs
    Early detection of warning signs allows us to intervene quickly, preventing more serious problems from developing.
MyWay Analytix® can instantly connect clinical psychologists
and other professionals with all your employees.

Scientific Team

  • doc. PhDr. Miroslav Světlák, Ph.D.

    Clinical psychologist

    Doc. PhDr. Miroslav Světlák, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist, psychotherapist, and teacher at Masaryk University Medical Faculty. He is currently the head of the Institute of Medical Psychology and Psychosomatics.

    doc. PhDr. Miroslav Světlák, Ph.D.
  • doc. PhDr. Alena Slezáčková, Ph.D.


    Assoc. PhDr. Alena Slezáčková, Ph.D. is an associate professor of psychology at the Institute of Medical Psychology and Psychosomatics at the Faculty of Medicine, Masaryk University in Brno.

    doc. PhDr. Alena Slezáčková, Ph.D.
  • PhDr. Denisa Denglerová, Ph.D.

    Psychologist, Psychometrist

    PhDr. Denisa Denglerová, Ph.D. is a psychologist and psychometrician who teaches at both Masaryk University in Brno and Tomas Bata University in Zlín.

    PhDr. Denisa Denglerová, Ph.D.
  • MUDr. Monika Lekárová

    Medicine doctor

    MUDr. Monika Lekárová is a physician and a PhD student at the Institute of Medical Psychology and Psychosomatics at the Faculty of Medicine of the Medical University.

    MUDr. Monika Lekárová
  • Mgr. Zdeňka Barešová


    Mgr. Zdeňka Barešová is an anthropologist and a postgraduate student of Neuroscience-Psychiatry at LF MU. She graduated in Anthropology from the Faculty of Science of Masaryk University and is currently pursuing her postgraduate studies at the Institute of Psychology of Masaryk University.

    Mgr. Zdeňka Barešová
  • PhDr. Adam Suchý

    Clinical psychologist

    PhDr. Adam Suchý is a clinical psychologist, psychotherapist, and expert witness. He has worked at the Olomouc University Hospital and since 2008 has been in private practice in Prostějov.

    PhDr. Adam Suchý
  • Bridget Grenville-Cleave, MAPP, MBA, FCCA, Assoc. CIPD

    Positive psychology consultant and trainer

    Bridget Grenville Cleave is a positive psychology consultant and trainer for both the public and private sectors in the UK and abroad with 15 years’ experience in the field.

    Bridget Grenville-Cleave, MAPP, MBA, FCCA, Assoc. CIPD

Our Story

"MilkyWay be well" was founded in 2021 by Martin and Barbara Bořil. They both bring a wealth of experience in the healthcare sector, particularly in the pharmaceutical industry, where they have spent more than a decade in various marketing and sales roles at leading pharmaceutical companies (MSD, AstraZeneca, GSK, Novartis, Sanofi) including senior leadership roles.

In his last role, Martin had the opportunity to meet Associate Professor Miroslav Světlák, Head of the Department of Medical Psychology and Psychosomatics at MUNI Faculty of Medicine. Together they worked on the creation of an innovative mobile application aimed at improving the mental health of cancer patients.

During the collaboration, Martin was immediately impressed by the way the research team combines research with clinical practice and especially by the courage to try new tools and approaches in the field of mental eHealth. Our shared enthusiasm in finding new ways to improve mental health led to an official collaboration, and as of April 2023 we became the first ever spin-off company of the Faculty of Medicine and the 22nd spin-off company of Masaryk University.

The name "MilkyWay be well" embodies our vision of empowering individuals to find their own unique path towards optimal health and well-being. Inspired by the vastness and beauty of the Milky Way Galaxy, we strive to bring together diverse components and processes of the human brain, and explore the endless possibilities of its potential.

Just as the Milky Way is composed of countless stars and planets, so our brain is composed of numerous components and processes that are closely related and influence each other. Similarly, just as exploring the universe is demanding and constantly evolving, researching mental health and improving it requires seeking new ways and, above all, collaboration between experts from different fields.

Our vision is to become a catalyst for positive and sustainable change in the field of mental health, across sectors, countries, and borders. We bring solutions based on the latest scientific insights, extensive clinical practice, and cutting-edge technologies.

Our values

  • Employee health and satisfaction

    We believe that employee mental health and satisfaction are a priority for every organisation. With our solutions, we can help minimise the risks associated with mental health issues and help employees find their way to a happier and more fulfilling life.
  • Science and innovation

    We integrate the insights of evidence-based medicine with modern technology in mental eHealth to provide the best services and tools to measure and improve mental health in an organisation. Our work is based on rigorous scientific research and the application of the latest scientific knowledge.
  • Supporting science and the Faculty of Medicine MUNI

    Our solution not only helps organizations, but also supports mental health research and the Faculty of Medicine MUNI itself.
  • Sustainable business

    We value the mental and physical health of the company, we are developing a sustainable approach in business where sustainability is not just an empty word, but above all an opportunity for positive change.

Supported under the INOSTART program


  1. IPSOS, research "Mental health of the Czech population"; CASI; N=2004. November - December 2022.

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