The integration of medical and mental health care acknowledges that primary care clinics are often the first portal of entry for patients with mental health problems. Our lab partners with a local hospital to implement an integrated care study that delivers the Unified Protocol to underserved, rural primary care patients using Skype. The Unified Protocol is an evidence-based psychotherapy (EBP) program that is uniquely suited to primary care because it treats a wide range of emotional disorders seen in medical settings by targeting the common mechanism of trait Negative Affectivity. Our intervention, the Internet delivered evidence-based treatment (IDEBT) for somatic symptom and anxiety disorders, was one of the first to use the UP in an integrated care context and was funded by a $20,000 President’s Grant for Research and Creative Activities. Below is a link to a video that features the IDEBT project.