I am an Associate Professor of Psychology from the Department of Clinical Psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College. I have been a practicing clinical psychologist at the Weill Cornell Medicine and Weill Cornell Institute for Geriatric Psychiatry since 1997. My research interests focus on the development of psychosocial interventions for middle-aged and older adults with depression as well as for those with treatment resistant depression and those who are at risk for suicide. I have developed a novel therapy for emotion regulation called Problem Adaptation Therapy (PATH) and have published on PATH's efficacy to reduce depression and improve disability in major, peer-reviewed psychiatric and geriatric journals. In a recent study, we observed that PATH reduced suicidal ideation in older adults with depression and cognitive impairment. MindMe utilizes the principles of PATH to provide at-risk individuals with personalized strategies to deal with negative emotions as they occur on a daily basis outside of therapy. The integration of mobile health techniques with the field of psychology to help reduce suicidal ideation are very exciting. We hope that this project will have the potential to positively impact the lives of a growing number of people who currently live with depression and suicidal ideation.