Welcome to Youth Mental Health Lab
Youth Mental Health Lab (YMH Lab) focuses on understanding the psychiatric epidemiology, psychopathology and psychological interventions of children and adolescents. We are situated at Tsinghua University in Beijing where we are proud to have created a creative, collaborative and open-minded Lab.
September 21, 2023
The team hosted an expert seminar on the Ministry of Education's Humanities and Social Sciences project regarding the prevention of non-suicidal self-injury in schools in Wuhan, Hebei Province.
September 9, 2023
The forum on clinical psychology practice and application in public health service system, chaired by Professor Chen Runsen, was held in Wulituo Hospital, Shijingshan. The participants included Zhang Zhijun, deputy director of Shijingshan District Health Inspection Commission, Liang Yongliang, Professor of Psychology Department of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Jia Xiaoming, professor of Humanities and Social Sciences School of Beijing Institute of Technology and other industry experts
September 5, 2023
Professor Liang Yongliang is scheduled to visit the YMH Lab from September 5 to September 8 and deliver a lecture at the Department of Psychology at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. This visit aims to facilitate academic exchange, fostering collaboration discussions between lab members and Professor Liang. The lecture will encompass Professor Liang's latest research findings in the field of psychology, offering a rare academic opportunity for students, researchers, and faculty members to engage with cutting-edge research.
Mechanism and Cohort study
We employ cutting-edge research methods such as neuroimaging, ecological momentary assessment (EMA), and longitudinal cohort studies to investigate the mechanisms underlying mental health issues and the development of self-harm and suicidal behaviors. Our interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary approach allows us to explore these phenomena from a public health perspective, examining the epidemiological characteristics at a population level.
Our school prevention projects aim to promote the mental health and well-being of students by implementing evidence-based interventions and strategies. We focus on identifying risk and protective factors, developing early detection protocols, evaluating the effectiveness of prevention programs, addressing bullying and cyberbullying, and fostering a positive school environment.