Digital mental health tools

Resources to help you integrate digital tools into your mental health practice

What's on this page?
Who is it for?

This page collects and shares resources that can support the integration of digital mental health tools into the interaction between client and provider. The tools have a wide range of objectives, formats and audiences. The primary audience for this page is health care providers working in mental health in Canada who are looking for support in integrating digital health tools into their clinical practice.


The Collection

Last update: March 2021

The primary audience

Health care providers and other providers in mental health care, including psychiatrists, psychologists, counsellors, psychotherapists, nurses, primary care physicians, social workers, occupational therapists and peer support workers

Using the resources

Information on how to use a given resource is often provided in the resource itself. For many resources, it is self-evident. In the summary of each resource, we provide some basic information on how to use it.


Administrator: A person working in the mental health care sector who performs business operations roles that support the clinical care functions of an organization.

Additional resources

App libraries

App Library (Health Navigator New Zealand)

Exploring the use of digital mental health tools

(Based on a literature search conducted in late 2019.)

Advances in technology continue to revolutionize the health care system and influence the practice of health care professionals.

Project summary

Project team

Gillian Strudwick, RN, PhD, CAMH, Toronto

Terms of use

The Digital Mental Health website (the “Site") is made available though a collaboration between the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (“CAMH”) and Canada Health Infoway, (together "we", "us").


Digital Mental Health Lab / Dr. Gillian Strudwick
Canada Health Infoway

© 2020, 2021, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

Project commissioned by Canada Health Infoway.
This project is a collaboration between the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and Canada Health Infoway, in consultation with many stakeholders from across Canada.
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