Geneva Jonathan, M.S.
Geneva Jonathan, M.S. is a clinical fellow in Psychology at the Harvard Medical School – Massachusetts General Hospital and Ph.D. candidate at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Her primary research interest is in the development, evaluation and implementation of digital mental health interventions for severe mental illnesses. As a graduate research assistant at Northwestern, she supported a randomized controlled trial of a behavioral sensing and smartphone intervention for individuals with bipolar disorder, LiveWell (PI: Dr. Evan Goulding). Prior to Northwestern, she worked as a research assistant for the mHealth for mental health team at Dartmouth College (now based at the University of Washington led by Dr. Dror Ben-Zeev) where she provided research support on 4 studies: (1) a mobile behavioral sensing application for individuals with schizophrenia, (2) a comparative effectiveness trial between a smartphone intervention for individuals with serious mental illness and group therapy, (3) a randomized controlled trial of a smartphone intervention for schizophrenia and (4) a needs assessment to explore the possibility of utilizing mHealth technologies for Palestinian refugees in the West Bank.