ADAA is delighted to partner with OneMind PsyberGuide
OneMind PsyberGuide is a non-profit website reviewing smartphone applications and other digital mental health products. One Mind PsyberGuide provides accurate and reliable information about digital products designed to address depression and anxiety disorders, as well as other mental health issues. Its goal is to help consumers make responsible and informed decisions about the technologies they use for management of mental health. One Mind PsyberGuide is committed to ensuring that this information is available to all, and that it is free of preference, bias, or endorsement. One Mind PsyberGuide is also intended for professionals and researchers seeking to enhance their knowledge in this area.
The goal of this new partnership between One Mind PsyberGuide and ADAA is to expand the reach of mental health app reviews and information about digital mental health for both consumer and clinician audiences. In addition to providing reviews of apps specifically for anxiety and depression, we hope to facilitate dissemination of information for clinicians on how to identify mental health apps and best practices for using them in their work. In the coming months, more app reviews will be added to the ADAA site with this goal in mind and additional reviews will always be available on the One Mind PsyberGuide site. We believe that by working together, we have the potential to address the growing need for unbiased, reliable mental health app reviews and are confident that we can achieve far more together than we could alone.
One Mind PsyberGuide Executive Director (and ADAA member) Dr. Stephen Schueller said: “We’re thrilled to work closely together with ADAA and share in their vision to support the dissemination and implementation of evidence-based treatments. ADAA is a great partner to get information about these new and innovative mental health resources to those who need it. We hope through doing so we can improve the lives of those experiencing anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive, and trauma-related disorders.”