My dissertation has been uploaded online by the university and can be viewed/downloaded here. The study developed and collected/analyzed initial validity evidence for a measure that quantifies the attitudes school principals hold about suicide prevention. Eventually, work like this might enable school mental health professionals and suicide prevention specialists to target their implementation strategies andContinue reading “Dissertation (Ph.Done.)”
I was fortunate to recently write a blog post for a great organization I’m a part of called the International Network of Early Career Researchers in Suicide and Self-Harm (netECR). The post provides an big-picture overview of several measurement challenges in suicide research. I hope it provides some good food for thought. Check it outContinue reading “Making measurement matter in sucidology”
Today I’m sharing a Google doc (and related folder) of youth suicide prevention resources that I’ve compiled. Feel free to add to your own drive and to share widely. Also, please let me know what else I should add. https://docs.google.com/document/d/11ESf8IphHkKZnaRsiVDSuBmJLaotKwbS25DjGHWDHQs/edit?usp=sharing
Inspired by this post from Sean Erreger LCSW about social work, I thought I’d also take a go at asking google about my field. Two quick notes before I dive into the questions. First, for those looking for a quick introduction to who school psychologists are, I wrote a piece you can read here. Second,Continue reading “Google: Can school psychologists…?”
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