Designing Mental Health Technologies for Unaccompanied Migrant Youth

By: Franziska Tachtler
Posted on: 07-Jul-2020
Unaccompanied migrant youth, who flee to another country without their guardians are exposed to mental health difficulties.  Little research has focused on the needs of this section of society.  The video presentation of our SIGCHI CHI2020 paper "Supporting the Supporters of Unaccompanied Migrant Youth: Designing for Social-ecological Resilience" below shows how we investigated support structures that promote resilience and the complex challenges that exist. 

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Power Up for Parents

By: Shaun Liverpool
Posted on: 11-Jul-2019
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 is an example of what the app looks like.

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Building resilience -introducing an emotional regulation app

By: Bettina Moltrecht
Posted on: 14-Nov-2018
Bettina Moltrecht, MSCA researcher at the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, is developing a mental health app for children. The app teaches children strategies in how to regulate their feelings.

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An online tool to assist YMH seeking information

By: Claudette Pretorius
Posted on: 30-Jun-2018
TEAM ITN research, Claudette Pretorius, MSCA Fellow at University College Dublin illustrates her project and the issues at hand for young people seeking online mental health information in Ireland.

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ICAT - A web based cognitive assessment tool

By: Pegah Hafiz
Posted on: 15-Jun-2018
TEAM ITN researcher Pegah Hafiz, MSCA Fellow at the Technical University of Denmark presents her research in this quick video. 

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