PhD, LP, BCBA-D
I am a Licensed Psychologist and Board Certified Behavior Analyst working with children, adolescents, young adults, and families to address a range of mental health and behavioral concerns that interfere with living a valued life including anxiety, OCD, disruptive behavior disorders, ADHD, ASD, mood disorders, and intellectual/developmental disabilities. I received my B.A. in Psychology from Colby College, earned my M.S. in Applied Behavior Analysis at Northeastern University, and my Ph.D. in Educational Psychology at the University of Minnesota where I also completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disorders (LEND).
- Disruptive behavior disorders
- Autism spectrum disorder
- Mood disorders
- Intellectual/Developmental disabilities
(for academic support only)
In the Media
- 2023: Featured in this article titled, “Strategic planning process in the Division of Child and Adolescent Mental Health creates a vision for the future."
- 2022: Featured in this article titled, “Using an evidence-based, flexible approach to treating young people with OCD.”
- 2022: Dr. Moore is the focus of this article titled, "Newest MIDB faculty member enjoys opening doors and giving hope to his adolescent patients".
My research interests center on the sustainability of evidence-based interventions in naturalistic conditions and include shared decision-making in complex clinical situations, factors that enhance adherence to interventions outside the clinic setting, and measurement tools and technology that connect patients’ lived experiences to clinical encounters.
I have enjoyed teaching and supervision throughout my career, and currently serve on doctoral committees involving research on the impact of technology on treatment adherence and the tailoring of interventions for caregiver-mediated regimens in outpatient settings.
Through clinical roles in inpatient settings, outpatient clinics, and family homes, my perspective is grounded in person- and family-centered principles, contextual behavior science, and positive psychology. My focus is simultaneously on the person seeking treatment and the systems in which they live, in pursuit of success for the individual and long-term sustainability of a higher quality of life. My greatest joys as a clinician emerge from partnerships with my patients that illuminate and strengthen the threads between values, actions, and meaningful outcomes in their lives.