My research program centers on the implementation of statistical methods in clinical settings to model psychological symptoms on an individual (n = 1) level to develop person-specific assessment and interventions. I also have conducted research to better understand the impact of stigma surrounding self-injury and suicidality. Currently, I am working with mentors and collaborators at the VA Puget Sound to examine provider attitudes towards the implementation of the REACH VET program– an algorithm-based approach designed to identify Vets at risk for suicide and other outcomes. I am also involved in suicide prevention projects focused on understanding predictors of Veteran readmission to our inpatient Psychiatry unit, as well as examining the impact of suicide risk on the utilization of telehealth services.
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