PsyD Alumni Develop and Manage Suicide Prevention Program at University of Southern Maine

Dr. Robert Small, PsyD ’88, and Dr. Micheline Hagan, PsyD,’11, were interviewed for an article in New England Psychologist. In “Maine School Engages College Community in Spotting Suicide Signs,” the suicide prevention program that was developed by Dr. Small and managed by Dr. Hagan is described. The program provides training for students, staff, and faculty as well as a Web-based depression screening tool. Click here to read the article.

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