The Technology & Aging Lab at McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School studies how digital tools can impact psychiatric care across the lifespan. Our work focuses in particular on older adults and persons with dementia and their caregivers. We are currently investigating the tools around digital diagnosis, tech-enhanced therapeutic approaches, and the implementation and integration of technology into the process of patient care. Our global collaborations span both academia and industry. Our current work includes digital phenotyping, virtual reality, digitally-guided clinical decision making, and the ethics of technology in psychiatry. Our work also explores the real world impact of digital mental health in late life including the creation of best practices, ethical issues around autonomy and data privacy, how technology impacts disparities in care, and the scalability of technology to low and middle income countries.