Connected Wellbeing presents a panel of health, technology, and wellbeing experts on essential considerations and best practices for supporting wellbeing through technology and media. Panelists are:
Stephen Schueller, an associate professor of psychological science & informatics at UC Irvine. As a clinical psychologist his work lies at the intersection of clinical science, technology, and implementation science. This includes work focused on developing, evaluation, and implementing technologies to support mental health service delivery. He also serves as the Executive Director of One Mind PsyberGuide, a project that evaluates digital mental health products.
Dr. Danielle Ramo, chief clinical officer at BeMe Health and a licensed clinical psychologist. She has over 20 years of experience leading research in teen substance use and digital mental health and has published over 100 peer-reviewed publications in this area. Dr. Ramo speaks and writes widely about teen mental health in the digital age and believes in a world in which teens are reached and supported through technology.
Sharon A. Hoover, a licensed clinical psychologist and professor at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, co-director of the National Center for School Mental Health (NCSMH), and director of the Center for Safe Supportive Schools (CS3). Creating safe, supportive and resilient schools has been a major emphasis of Dr. Hoover’s research, education and clinical work. Dr. Hoover has led and collaborated on multiple federal and state grants, with a commitment to the study and implementation of quality children’s mental health services.