Dr. Melinda Moore, PhD Dr. Moore speaks at the National LOSS Conference in Columbus, Ohio.
The Following Article, written by Kristine Crane, published in U.S. News and World Report, tells the story of a strong woman who experiences post-traumatic growth and gives some insight on the process as a whole. How Trauma Can Help You Grow. How Trauma Can Help You Grow Look inward, and you’ll find the strength to carry on. Survivors of traumatic events can learn to cope with their pain through a phenomenon …Read More
The following is from article written by the EKU Update, highlighting Dr. Melinda Moore, and some of her work at Eastern Kentucky University. Click Here to read the full article. _______________________________________ Dr. Melinda Moore, Assistant Professor/Licensed Psychologist, Department of Psychology, is featured in this ongoing series designed to allow EKU leaders and others in prominent positions to discuss their roles, as well as campus issues. Moore is new to EKU, …Read More
Featured op-ed from the Courier-Journal.com website: Like most Americans of a particular age, my heart sank when I heard about the death of Robin Williams. I felt like I grew up with him. As a suicidologist, I feared the worst: that he would be painted as a caricature, the sad clown and comic genius, who, in an ironic turn, could not save himself, and the opportunity for gleaning profound messages …Read More
Watch the video clip below featuring guest Dr. Melinda Moore on the topic, “More and More Men are Killing Themselves. Why?”. Visit HuffingtonPostLive.com for more info.
Caroline is the divorced mother of two young men in their early 20s. She was born into a large family and is an artist professionally with a graduate degree from an Ivy League university. Caroline’s eldest son, Dillon, struggled since his early childhood with headaches. As he grew older, Dillon found the headaches to be crippling and he shunned the daylight as they made his headaches worse. Dillon was also …Read More
Suicide Gun Deaths Require More Prevention By Melinda Moore and Julie Cerel The tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School and other places around the country have left political leaders struggling with the best way of stemming violent gun deaths. Most of these deaths have been characterized as outrageous acts of violence upon innocent victims, when, in fact, the majority of violent gun deaths in the United States are acts of …Read More