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Training

The overall objective is to train this new generation of researchers who can deliver more effective, affordable and accessible mental health services for young people.

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Research

Research objectives focus on key challenges in YMH: delivering new technologies to support rapid, large-scale, and early assessment,
prevention and treatment.

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People

TEAM brings together stakeholders from four complimentary sectors; academic, clinical, industry, non-profit and 15 ESRs across our European Training Network

TEAM ITN

Technology Enabled Mental 
Health for Young People

Is a 4-year Innovation Training Network (ITN), funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions initiative.

The TEAM network will focus on the design, development and evaluation of new technology enabled mental health services.The overall objective is to train this new generation of researchers who can help to deliver more effective, affordable and accessible mental health services for young people.
 

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TEAM is an Innovative Training Network

Funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 722561.

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Our Research

The TEAM network will focus on

The TEAM research program is built around four research objectives, each addressing a key challenge in improving mental health services

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Latest News

TEAM ITN is recruiting an Early Stage Researcher / Research Assistant

15 Aug
If you are a recent graduate with a background in computer science, game design or human computer interaction then you might be interested in joining the TEAM ITN network as an early stage researcher.  

A psychologist’s journey to co-design!

17 Jul
The digital mental health field has looked up to her older brother[1] and asked for help:     “Why are my users not as excited about the interventions, as they are about your products? How can I make them use the app passed the two weeks benchmark? “

Power Up for Parents

11 Jul
Shaun Liverpool MSCA and TEAM ITN researcher at the Anna Freud Centre for Children and Families has co-developed an app for Parents or care givers of children involvement in Shared Decision Making in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).  Shared Decision Making (SDM) allows users to make collaborate health care decisions.  Here’s an example of what the app looks like.

Our Network Partners


  • University College Dublin

  • Denmark Technical University

  • Technical University Vienna

  • Medical University Vienna

  • Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families

  • University of Glasgow

  • Region H Psychiatry

  • Telefonica Alpha