There is growing evidence demonstrating that non-specialist providers (NSPs)—individuals with no formal training in mental healthcare—can effectively deliver brief psychological treatments for depression and other common mental health problems in a wide range of contexts. Dr. Daisy Singla (PI) and her colleagues (Vikram Patel and John Naslund at Harvard Medical School; Abhijit Nadkarni and Anant Bhan at Sangath) have developed a measurement-based peer supervision tool for front-line NSPs. In collaboration with technology partner Dimagi, the tool will be digitized and embedded within the EMPOWER platform, to support NSP-delivered care in global health. The EMPOWER platform provides support for treatment providers to deliver psychological treatments , by facilitating measurement-based, peer supervision to ensure quality assurance. This is a scalable alternative to expert supervision which is limited due to the cost and scarcity of specialists. Daisy Singla (PI) and her colleagues will scale digital peer supervision in primary care facilities in Madhya Pradesh and Goa, India.