Dr. Jasmine Mote is a licensed clinical psychologist and researcher. She is a Research Assistant Professor in the Approach Motivation and Participation Lab at Boston University. Her research focuses on understanding and addressing the emotional and social difficulties of people living with serious mental illness. She uses ecological momentary assessment, mobile technology, and psychophysiology to help answer questions such as, “How can we help people with serious mental illness feel less lonely?” and “In what ways do people with serious mental illness experience emotion (in their minds, in their bodies) differently than others?”

Additionally, Dr. Mote is a therapist for Cambridge Psychology Group. She writes a semi-regular newsletter, Mental Healthy, where she discusses mental health science related to pregnancy and parenting.

She received her B.A. in Psychology from Oberlin College and her M.A. in Psychology and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of California, Berkeley. In her free time you can find her baking, running, talking about mental health and pop culture, or binge-watching movies/TV shows. She lives in Somerville, MA.