From mass-outreach via the internet to on-the ground support in underserved communities, PAU faculty, staff and students are working to extend the availability of professional mental health services.

Center for m2health

PAU Professors C. Barr Taylor, M.D., and Joe Ruzek, Ph.D., co-lead the Center for m2health, which focuses on developing mobile and digital interventions for preventing and treating mental health problems in defined populations.

The Institute for International Internet Interventions for Health is developing  ways to provide health and mental health services to underserved communities using interactive and internet-accessible technology. Learn more...

Insights from the June 2015 convocatin of the Consortium on Peacebuilding have potential to influence community policing and heal historically divided communities. Learn more...

In the Rwandan genocide of 1994, more than 800,000 people were killed in 100 days. PAU involvement in Rwanda is aimed at understanding the psychology of genocide -- its causes and its lingering aftermath -- and sharing expertise and support strategies. Learn more...

During the immediate aftermath of Typhoon Yolanda, Dr. Lynn Waelde collaborated with Filipino colleagues to integrate mindfulness and meditation training into Philippine-adapted Psychological First Aid with the goal of helping disaster relief workers manage their own stress while assisting others. Learn more...

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