Dr. Caren Moore

Dr. Caren Moore 2017-05-18T12:59:43+00:00

Child Psychologist

Dr. Caren Moore
Dr. Caren MooreLicensed Psychologist

I am a provisionally licensed psychologist specializing in school advocacy and consultation, psychological assessment, psychoeducational assessment and interventions, curriculum-based assessment and measurement, family therapy, individual child and adolescent therapy, home- and school-based behavior plans, group therapy, and organizational consultation with a child and adolescent focus. I have extensive knowledge of IDEA disability criteria, IEP development (developmental, behavioral, social, emotional, and academic), and ADA 504 accommodations and evaluations. I primarily work with children, adolescents and young adults ages 10-25. Areas of focus are various mood disorders, anxiety, AD/HD, and developmental disorders. My goal is to improve individual and family functioning through evidence-based and developmentally appropriate treatments. I meet my clients where they are and strive to foster positive, overall well-being.

  • Individual and Family Therapy
  • Educational Advocacy
  • Psychological / Developmental Testing
  • Group Therapy
  • Psychoeducational Testing

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Educational and Counseling Psychology, Emphasis in School Psychology Department of Educational, School and Counseling Psychology, APA accredited, University of Missouri,  August 2004-May 2015.

Master of Arts, Educational and Counseling Psychology, Emphasis in School Psychology, Department of Educational, School and Counseling Psychology, APA accredited, University of Missouri, August 2004-May 2009.

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, Sociology Minor, Department of Psychology, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, January 1999-May 2004

 

Membership

American Psychological Association, 2004-present

American Psychological Association, Division 16, 2004-2008

American School Health Association, 2005-2006

Missouri Association of School Psychologists, 2004-2008

National Association of School Psychologists, 2004-2008

National Association of School Psychologists-Student Leaders, 2005-2006

Mid-South Educational Research Association, 2003-2004

Publications

Moore, C. R. (2009). Tracking. In C. Clauss-Ehlers (Ed.). Encyclopedia of cross-cultural school psychology (pp.994-999). New York, NY: Springer.

Lyons, J. S., Hobbs-Lopez, A. and Texas Department of State Health Services-Children’s Mental Health Unit (1999). Children and adolescent needs and strengths (CANS): Comprehensive multisystem manual for Department of Protective Services. Chicago, IL: Praed Foundation.

Texas Department of State Health Services-Children’s Mental Health Unit (2015). Utilization Management Guidelines. [unpublished draft]. Austin, TX: Department of State Health Services-Children’s Mental Health Unit.

Honors & Awards

University of Missouri Graduate School Fellowship-Gus T. Ridgel Fellow, Fellowship, 2004-2010

College of Education Graduate Scholarship: Vandiver Scholarship, 2008

College of Education Graduate Scholarship: Marilyn Lacey Scholarship, 2007

College of Education Graduate Scholarship: Ruth McMullen Scholarship, 2007

Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology Travel Award, 2006

Missouri Association of School Psychologists, School Psychology Graduate Student Scholarship, 2006

Big Brothers Big Sisters, Mentor of the Month, Columbia Public Schools, MU School Psychology Program, 2005

Chancellor List, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, 2002-2004

Golden Key International Honor Society, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, 2004

Psi Chi, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, 2003

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