Faculty bio | (541) 346-3005
John R. Seeley is an appointed member of the Oregon Alliance to Prevent Suicide. He directs the evaluation activities for the implementation of suicide prevention initiatives funded by the Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon Department of Education. His research looks at emotional and behavioral disorders, school-based behavioral health intervention, suicide prevention, and substance abuse prevention. Seeley is especially interested in school-based screening, prevention, and treatment for internalizing and externalizing psychopathology. He serves as the principal investigator of a 4-year collaborative multisite study funded by the National Institute of Mental Health to evaluate adaptive treatment strategies for college students with moderate to severe suicidal ideation delivered through university counseling centers.
In addition to his teaching and mentoring of graduate students and postdoctoral scholars, he is the associate dean for research for the College of Education and the associate director for the Center on Human Development.
How to talk to your teenagers about suicide, and what to do if they're experiencing suicidal thoughts (Insider, Nov. 10, 2022)
Multiple suicides leave WPI reeling (Inside Higher Ed, Feb. 3, 2022)
UO, OHSU work to prevent special education teacher burnout (Around the O, Sept. 14, 2020)
HEDCO clinic helps parents, families with coronavirus stress (Around the O, April 28, 2020)
Research probes cause of poor academic achievement in children (Around the O, April 13, 2020)