This project investigates human-computer interactions with a virtual health agent delivering Motivational Interviewing.
The purpose of this study is to determine if the Youth Alternative Solutions Program is effective at reducing incarcerations and hospital admissions related to substance use.
The School-Based Opportunities for Adolescent Recovery (SOARing) study examines the preliminary effectiveness of an adolescent DBT-skills group treatment delivered in a school-based setting.
Project Sierra is a needs assessment using qualitative focus group data to identify mental health needs and stressors of students attending an alternative high school in an under-served community.
The CHWs project aims to reduce burnout among Community Health Workers providing home visits to under-served families of children experiencing chronic absenteeism from school in San Bernardino.