Welcome to ChatPal

The ChatPal project will develop and trial a chatbot to support and promote mental wellbeing in rural areas. Needs analysis will inform the requirements for the chatbot and content/dialogue scripts for the chatbot will be designed by experts and psychologists. The trial will measure engagement, adoption and efficacy of the chatbot for supporting mental wellbeing in rural areas. 

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Project Manager

Courtney Potts


Lead Partner organisation name:

Ulster University

Dr Raymond Bond


Tel: +44 28 9036 8156

Prof. Maurice Mulvenna


Tel: +44 28 9036 8602 



    Click the image above to read the ChatPal December 2020 Newsletter

      From its inception on 23 October 2019, the ChatPal Project timeline has been both proactive and productive.

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      ChatPal- Your Positive Psychology ChatBot’ is a new mental health app designed to support users’ mental health and wellbeing.

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      ChatPal will periodically send a Newsletter to update you on progress of the project. Please sign up if you wish to receive this.


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      ChatPal investigates whether artificial intelligence can contribute to increased mental well-being.

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      Some of the team attended and delivered presentations at the (Virtual) Menhir International Doctoral “Summer School” (5th- 9th October).

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      Dr Raymond Bond for Ulster University spoke at a workshop hosted by the University of Cambridge - Mindful of AI: Language, Technology and Mental...

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      The ChatPal partners have been busy speaking at, and attending numerous conferences recently on the subject of AI and technology in mental Health!

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      The innovators behind the pioneering new ChatPal app – a chatbot aimed at promoting positive mental health – recently addressed progress and potential...

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      ‘ChatPal is an exciting new app developed through a positive psychology ChatBot’ which has been designed to support users’ mental health and...

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