The purpose of the Center for m²Health is to develop, evaluate and disseminate new ways to use technology and to help provide affordable, accessible, evidence-based mental health care to large, defined, populations. We are proud to work with collaborators across the world - from North America and Europe to Asia and Australia - on advancing the field of mobile mental health technology. 

Current Projects

In Press

Check out a recent article in The California Sunday Magazine highlighting our Healthy Body Image Study and Dr. Barr Taylor!

Kass AE, Balantekin KN, Fitzsimmons-Craft EE, Jacobi C, Wilfley DE, Taylor CB. (2017). The economic case for digital interventions for eating disorders among college students. International Journal of Eating Disorders. 

Kuhn, E., Kanuri, N., Hoffman, J. E., Ruzek, J. I., & Taylor, C. B. (in press). A randomized controlled trial of the PTSD Coach app with community trauma survivors. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology.

Interested in wellness and mental health in the legal profession? Listen to Dr. Joseph Bankman's WellnessCast.


We had a successful workshop at APA 2018  in San Francisco! If you joined us, please check out our new CE Forum to share your thoughts, resources, or questions. 

New training! Incorporating Technology Into Clinical Practice is our new 9 CE credit course available now. The program is a collaboration between the APA Office of Continuing Education in Psychology and Palo Alto University. Learn more here!

The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) recently released a free and confidential online screening tool, which Dr. Barr Taylor and our collaborators at Washington University in St. Louis helped to develop. We've had over 200,000 individuals take the screen to date. Check it out here!

Our team has put together a 2-Credit Continuing Education Course on implementing digital tools into treatment through the American Psychological Association. 

Congratulations to Dr. Barr Taylor on his Academy of Eating Disorders Leadership in Research Award! He received his award at the 2017 International Conference on Eating Disorders in Prague.