Join expert clinicians from Weill Cornell Medicine for a panel discussion on suicide prevention for children and adolescents. Gain valuable insights and strategies to support our youth, tailored for school administrators, counselors and teachers.
Lauren Antler, M.D.
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry·Weill Cornell Medicine Profile
Dr. Lauren Antler supervises fellows in the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Outpatient Department, providing guidance on psychopharmacological and psychotherapeutic interventions. She draws on her unique background as an educator, and work with children and families in educational, recreational and medical settings, to provide compassionate, holistic treatment for a wide range of conditions.
Alexandra Huttle, M.D.
Instructor of Pediatrics·Weill Cornell Medicine Profile
Dr. Alexandra Huttle provides care for children throughout various stages of their development and support to families to help optimize health and overall well-being. She has been involved in development and implementation of a suicide prevention curriculum for pediatric trainees. She is also currently a Cornell-Hunter Health Equity Research Fellow where she will continue to focus her efforts on suicide prevention in the primary care setting.
Stephanie Rohrig, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology in Clinical Psychiatry·Weill Cornell Medicine Profile
Dr. Stephanie Rohrig has expertise in cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety, depression, emotion dysregulation, ADHD and related conditions in youth, adolescents, and young adults. Her specific research interests include anxiety and school avoidance in youth and emotion dysregulation in parents.