The Network for Emotional Well-being: Science, Practice, and Measurement brings together leading experts from UCSF, UC Berkeley, and Harvard to create a cohesive transdisciplinary network of scientists interested in EWB. We are a collaborative initiative of research scientists funded by the National Institutes of Health to advance the scientific understanding and measurement of emotional well-being.
Our goal is to enhance empirical rigor and consensus around the conceptual definition and measurement approaches, to promote synergy across methods and study paradigms, and to catalyze mechanistic intervention-relevant research that can yield reliable pathways for improving EWB.
The Network for Emotional Wellbeing was established in 2021 and is funded by the National Institutes of Health (U24AG072699).
Our mission is to elevate the ideal of emotional well-being into a core facet of what it means to be a healthy person and to provide people with effective, widely accessible tools and techniques for fostering, enhancing, and sustaining emotional well-being throughout life.
The Network for Emotional Well-being team brings together diverse scientific expertise and approaches to propel and harmonize discoveries into 1) what underlies emotional well-being, 2) what connects emotional well-being to outcomes like longevity and relationship satisfaction, and 3) how various factors, experiences, and activities can strengthen emotional well-being.