This meeting will outline an upcoming cross-disicplinary project between Computer Science and Counseling Psychology. As a part of a Counseling Psychology research project called Project Alliance, parent-child dyads from Portland Oregon have been tracked since middle school. In addition to extensive survey data, we have videos of parent-child interactions and audio recordings of parents and children discussing their relationship. The kids are now in early adulthood, meaning we know what happened to them! The proposed project will compare sentiment analysis results with the hand-coded parent-child interactions and use both questionnaire data and transcripts to predict 1. risk behavior 2. mental health outcomes and 3. arrest records.