COMPASS Pathways is a mental health care company. We are dedicated to accelerating patient access to evidence-based innovation in mental health.
Why we exist
At COMPASS, our vision is a world of mental wellbeing. Every one of us is committed to discovering and developing new therapies that will help patients and their families. For too many people, mental health care today isn’t good enough. We are determined to change that.
Our first major initiative is developing COMP360 psilocybin therapy through late-stage clinical trials in Europe and North America for people with treatment-resistant depression. Read more about our science.
We have put a lot of thought into the kind of organisation we want to be, and make every decision with our four values in mind. We see them as four promises that define who we are, what we do, and how we do it.
- Compassionate People suffering with mental health challenges should have options. Patients inspire us every day to change mental health care systems that don’t work for everyone. We are determined to improve mental wellbeing
- Bold We are courageous. We do not accept the status quo in mental health care systems, therapies or perceptions. We believe a transformation is needed to reduce human suffering
- Rigorous We are seeking answers to how novel therapies, like COMP360 psilocybin therapy, may create new pathways to mental wellbeing. We’re basing every decision, and every hope, on meticulous evidence
- Inclusive The surest way to bring new therapies to the greatest number of people is to work openly with stakeholders from the start. We collaborate to find ways to accelerate innovation and access for all
We will ensure our therapies are accessible and affordable to all who might be helped by them
We work to the highest standards of scientific rigour and integrity
We are committed to collaborating with others to advance science that could lead to improved patient outcomes
We publish all clinical study results, positive and negative, and encourage publication of all results from independent studies that use our psilocybin
We develop our clinical research programme using recommended scientific processes from regulatory agencies