Dr. LaCroix is the Associate Director of the Suicide CPR Initiative. She is a Research Assistant Professor in the MPS Department at USUHS. Prior to joining the Suicide CPR Initiative, she taught psychology at Trinity College and the University of Connecticut, and served as a research consultant for the Syntheses of HIV/AIDS Research Project (SHARP) and the Institute for Collaboration on Health, Intervention, and Policy (InCHIP). She earned her MS in Industrial Organizational Psychology (2006) from the University of Idaho and her doctorate in Social Psychology (2015) from the University of Connecticut, with certifications in Quantitative Research Methods and Health Psychology.
Enable researchers to identify and manage suicide risk suicide risk in the context of research