The InCrisis Web site and resources are developed first for parents
and second for professionals who will review analyses of information
provided by parents and caregivers. InCrisis is also conducting research
to improve its services. The
InCrisis Website construction and information-processing procedures aspire to
and in many cases exceed standards suggested in guidelines and publications by the American Psychological
Standardization and statistical
information regarding scales and the logic of InCrisis information processing
are intellectual property. Legitimate inquires for purposes of
research are welcome. Professional guidance and research
pertaining to InCrisis Reports is through agreement with Mentor Research
Institute (MRI), a nonprofit 501(c)3.. Research programs are
managed by MRI. The results of research will
not be presented in ways that would allow readers to identify
InCrisis is currently supporting a continuous
research and development program for StepOne.
Mentor Research Institute and InCrisis have
recruited nine research associates who are licensed mental health
professionals. The role of these research associates is to use
StepOne in a clinical practice, recommend improvements and to
support an evidence based research program.
Sue Berger, MA, LPC
Sally Blackwood, MA, LPC
Caleb Burns, PhD
Leslie Carter, PhD
Carol Kelly, PhD
Jane Meskill, LCSW
Kana Suppaiah, PMHNP
Susan Ulbright, LCSW
Mentor Research Institute works with three
independent experts who are leading experts in research. These
professionals provide external review and oversight as well as
consultation for research.
Richard Dana, PhD.
Portland State University, Oregon
Philip Rogers, PhD.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Pennsylvania
Azy Barak, PhD,
University of Haifa, Israel