Digital Mental Health Clinic
The Stanford Digital Mental Health Clinic provides a hybrid of 1:1 individual therapy and digital mental health treatments for depression and anxiety disorders.
We are a team of psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, and licensed clinical social workers dedicated to providing accessible and high-quality mental health care for patients using a combination of digital treatments and face-to-face sessions. We combine 1:1 therapy with evidence-based digital therapy programs delivered via smartphone apps.
We connect patients with evidence-based digital treatments that patients can use on a daily basis
We provide face-to-face digital coaching and supportive therapy sessions through telehealth appointments
Upon completion of our program, we help coordinate care for patients, including referral to additional therapy resources if needed
We prioritize using evidence-based treatments that have established efficacy in research studies. We also value using programs with clear privacy policies that are easily accessible and user-friendly. Our current Digital Mental Health Interventions include:
Digital Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Daily lessons and exercises to teach principles of CBT
- In-app text therapy with a therapist
- Anonymous peer support
- Symptom monitoring
Digital Mindfulness and Meditation
- Daily lessons in fundamentals of meditation and mindfulness
- Access to full library of courses to help build a daily practice
- Virtual group meditation
- Customizable to individual goals
We offer these programs to build skills in CBT and mindfulness/meditation through daily use of a digital program, in conjunction with supportive psychotherapy and digital navigation support from our team of clinicians.
Connecting with Services
Our clinic is best suited for patients who want to learn skills in cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness. We are currently taking referrals for new patients and encourage you to discuss this resource with your provider to request a referral, or call 650-498-9111 to self-refer.
Patients must have access to a smartphone (Apple or Android) and regular internet access.
Patients must be committed to daily use of the digital mental health treatment, and biweekly virtual appointments with a psychiatrist or therapist.
Patients must be seeking treatment for depression and anxiety disorders.
We cannot see patients with any other conditions such as bipolar disorder, schizophrenia or other psychotic disorders, OCD, PTSD, substance use disorders, or other conditions. We cannot see patients with active suicidal ideation or parasuicidal behaviors.