On December 10th Dr. Tom van Daele, lecturer applied psychology at Thomas More university of applied science (partner in the eMEN project), gave an interesting presentation about e-mental health technology. This Zoom presentation was organised by the European Federation of Psychology Students’ Associations (EFPSA) and attended by 500 students and psychologists. Tom’s presentation was based around a narrative of somebody looking for support following a traumatic event (i.e. street robbery). He discussed the use of wearables and EMA (Ecological Momentary Assessment / experience sampling) M-PATH (street view application), Artificial Intelligence (Woebot, which already provided CBT support to over 800.000 people), digital phenotyping (‘mobile DNA’) and ethical issues related to e-mental health. After the presentation their was an interesting Q&A session with the participants, from all over Europe. You can view this meeting, co-sponsored by the eMEN project, via the weblink below.