We integrate the knowledge and lived experience of individuals represented in our research to ensure our work is meaningful, relevant, useful, and usable.
We use best-evidence practices synthesizing the latest knowledge in the field ensuring the highest standards of scientific rigor are upheld.
We take a life-course approach, acknowledging that mental health outcomes are often the result of a complex accumulation of experiences.
Childhood & Adolescent Mental Health
In the context of rapid growth and development both physically and mentally, we investigate how long-term mental health challenges can be mitigated.Learn More
Mid-Life Mental Health
In the context of work- and family-related stressors during mid-life, we investigate how particularly challenging times can be navigated.Learn More
Older Adults’ Mental Health
In the context of age-related declines in physical and cognitive functioning, we investigate how to support older adults’ mental health using technology.Learn More
Our knowledge sharing platform where you can find resources on the role of technology in positive mental health across the life-course.