Youth Suicide Case Studies - Risk and Resiliency
Join Kansas City Suicide Awareness and Prevention Program (KC SAPP) by Zoom on August 12, 2020 as we present: Youth Suicide Case Studies - Risk and Resiliency
Presenter: Dr. Rachel Moore
Dr. Moore earned her PhD in clinical psychology from Virginia Tech University in 2011. She completed her internship and fellowship in pediatric psychology at Children’s Mercy Hospital. Dr. Moore is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Missouri Kansas City. She is also a licensed pediatric psychologist who provides comprehensive clinical care (including inpatient consultation and liaison, outpatient neuropsychological assessment and individual and family cognitive behavioral therapy services) to the Hematology/Oncology Division at Children’s Mercy. Within the Division of Developmental and Behavioral Health, Dr. Moore serves as Associate Director of Training for the graduate Psychology Practicum and the Pediatric Psychology Internship Track.
Upon conclusion of this program, participants should be able to...
- Increase understanding of the problem of youth suicide, including prevalence rates within our community.
- Utilize pediatric clinical case examples to increase understanding of:
- Risk and protective factors
- Continuum of suicidal behavior (i.e., role of assessment)
- Suicide treatment and prevention strategies, highlighting the role of provider and parents.
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