This Overcoming Obstacles webinar discussion board will connect physicians with industry professionals on suicide ideation and physicians with lived practical experience to go over dismantling the stigma all around searching for mental wellbeing cure.
Speakers will also examine functional approaches, actionable ways and proof-dependent assets on how to recognize all those doctors and sufferers at-risk for suicide and join them with the most ideal care.
Daniel Miller, MD
Main of Graduate Professional medical Schooling and Behavioral Overall health Integration, Sun River Well being
Dr. Miller is a working towards loved ones health practitioner and the chief of Graduate Clinical Instruction and Behavioral Well being Integration for Sunlight River Wellbeing, a New York Point out FQHC with 45 websites serving close to 225,000 individuals throughout New York’s Hudson Valley, Very long Island and New York City.
Dr. Miller also serves on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Local community Wellness Centers (NACHC) and is the co-Chair of its Committee on Provider Integration for Behavioral Overall health & HIV as properly as a co-Chair of the NACHC Board Endeavor Pressure on Undoing Racism. He is an assistant professor of family drugs at New York Healthcare University.
Dr. Miller’s medical interests have very long centered on the interplay involving our bodily overall health and our emotional, social and spiritual life. In addition to his teaching in relatives drugs, he has skilled in physique-centered strategies to psychotherapy and healing such as Most important Emotional Energy Recovery (P.E.E.R.) and Internal Family Devices (IFS).
Christine Yu Moutier, MD
Chief professional medical officer, American Foundation for Suicide Avoidance
Dr. Moutiernserves as the chief healthcare officer for the American Basis for Suicide Prevention and knows the effect of suicide firsthand. Right after her personal lived encounter and getting rid of colleagues to suicide, she committed herself to combating this leading cause of dying. As CMO, Dr. Moutier champions a nationwide movement fueled by AFSP’s blend of science and grassroots. As the leading private funder of suicide investigation, AFSP looks to translate research into steps for families, communities, wellbeing pros and plan makers. With a longstanding commitment to suicide decline survivors and all those with lived knowledge and a nationwide chapter network, AFSP convenes a massive, numerous neighborhood exactly where the final result is authenticity, therapeutic, and hope.
Dr. Moutier has testified in advance of Congress, offered at the White House, and provided Congressional briefings on suicide prevention. She co-anchored CNN’s Emmy Award profitable Acquiring Hope suicide prevention city hall, serves as an expert nationally and overseas, and continues to be focused to the mission of conserving life and bringing hope to these influenced by suicide.
Stephen O’Connor, PhD
Chief of the Suicide Avoidance Investigation Plan, National Institute of Psychological Health and fitness
Dr. O’Connor is chief of the Suicide Prevention Analysis Method in the Countrywide Institute of Mental Wellness (NIMH) Division of Products and services and Intervention Research. Dr. O’Connor manages a portfolio of grants that consists of projects on youth and adult-related suicide chance detection and interventions to decrease suicide ideation, tries, and fatalities. Prior to becoming a member of the NIMH, Dr. O’Connor carried out investigate concentrated on early intervention for suicide try survivors in trauma centers group-based treatment method for suicidal Veterans a stepped, collaborative care technique to cut down posttraumatic anxiety, melancholy, substance use and suicide chance in hospitalized trauma individuals and other overall health products and services-oriented initiatives to strengthen screening, evaluation, and remedy of suicidal folks in both equally regular and non-common behavioral overall health options.
Dr. O’Connor finished his doctoral teaching in clinical psychology at the Catholic University of America, as perfectly as a postdoctoral fellowship at the College of Washington Harborview Damage Prevention and Exploration Heart.
Scott Pasichow, MD, MPH
Assistant EMS professional medical director, Southern Illinois University
Dr. Pasichow is an unexpected emergency drugs and EMS medical doctor at Southern Illinois College, and energetic voice for resident and medical professional very well-getting. He is at present a member of the Crisis Medicine Portion Council inside the AMA’s Dwelling of Delegates, and an Illinois Condition Medical Society consultant to the Young Doctor Area. Scott also serves as the American College or university of Crisis Physican’s Young Medical doctor Counselor to ACEP’s Council. He has gained grant funding to examine attitudes in direction of and usage of parental depart in Emergency Medicine residency, and is a robust advocate for parity and equality in leave use through the house of medicine.
Dr. Pasichow has also been vocal in battling public and clinical licensing board stigma surrounding psychological health care remedy for physicians by sharing his have working experience with panic, despair, and suicidality during residency. His tale can be identified in the ACEP Now journal and on the AMA’s Shifting Medicine Podcast and Health care Resident Series. You can find him on Twitter at @SPMD16 and Fb at Scott.Pasichow.
Lisa K. Kearney, Phd, ABPP
Executive director, Veterans Crisis Line (VCL)
Office of Psychological Health and Suicide Avoidance (OMHSP)
Dr. Kearney oversees the Veterans Crisis Line, the most significant countrywide crisis line in the United States, and shares obligation for the day-to-day operations of VA’s Suicide Avoidance System, implementation of VA’s Nationwide Approach for Blocking Veteran Suicide (2018), implementation of the Department of Veterans Affairs and Division of Protection (VA/DoD) Clinical Practice Guideline for Assessment and Management of Patients at Hazard for Suicide, and implementation of VA’s community wellbeing solution to suicide avoidance.
Dr. Kearney lately served as the affiliate director of education and learning at the VA Center for Integrated Healthcare. Formerly, she worked nationally as component of the government team in the VA Workplace of Psychological Wellness Functions (OMHO) as the senior specialist for complex aid, overseeing mental well being policy implementation as a result of top quality improvement internet site visits throughout the VA technique. At the neighborhood degree, Dr. Kearney served as the chief of psychology, assistant chief, director of education, and director of major care psychological well being integration at the South Texas Veterans Well being Treatment Procedure. Dr. Kearney is also a medical associate professor of psychiatry at the College of Texas Overall health San Antonio. She is the incoming editor for Psychological Products and services and an editor for Psychology of Guys and Masculinity. She presently serves as the past-president of the American Academy of Clinical Wellbeing Psychology. She is a graduate of the College of Texas at Austin with a PhD in counseling psychology and is board qualified in medical health psychology.