Traditional in-person treatment approaches and brick-and-mortar clinic settings have limited capacity to provide targeted, scalable, high-quality person-centered care. Consequently, the majority of people suffering from mental illness and behavioral problems struggle with significant unmet mental health needs.
- Design, development, and testing of cutting edge-technological approaches (e.g., treatment apps, Natural Language Processing, sensors) in the assessment, treatment, and prevention of mental illness and substance use disorders.
- Repurposing existing technologies (e.g., texting, social media) as mental health treatment and recovery support tools.
- Strategic partnerships to implement and evaluate novel technology-assisted resources in real-world treatment and community settings
Jordan Graff, MPH
BRiTE Center Coordinator