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Jessica A. Moore, Ph.D.

Psychiatry

Clinical Interests

Marriage & Family Therapy

Contact Information

Phone Numbers

Appointment: (585) 276-3000

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Biography

Professional Background

Jessica Moore, PhD, is a pediatric, family psychologist. Dr. Moore received her PhD in clinical psychology, with a focus on children and adolescents, from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro in 2012, and completed internship on the Child and Adolescent Track at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC). Dr. Moore continued on at URMC as a postdoctoral fellow, first in Child and Adolescent Psychology with a focus on Autism Spectrum Disorders, and then on the Primary Care Psychology (Pediatrics) Track specializing in integrated primary care, family systems, and medical family therapy. She served as chief fellow and earned a post-degree certificate in marriage and family therapy. Dr. Moore is a member of the American Psychological Association, the Society of Pediatric Psychology, and the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association.

Currently, Dr. Moore has dual appointments in the departments of Psychiatry and Pediatrics. She has clinical practices at the URMC Institute for the Family and Rochester Regional department of Pediatrics (primary care and developmental and behavioral divisions). Dr. Moore has extensive experience working with youth and families around issues such as chronic illness, developmental and behavioral needs, parenting, and advocacy. Her interests for teaching, clinical work, and research focus on collaboration and integrated care.

Credentials

Faculty Appointments

Education

2006
BA | SUNY, College at Geneseo
Psychology

2008
MA | U of N Carolina at Greensboro
Clinical Psychology

2011-2012
Predoctoral Internship in Clinical Psychology | University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry
Child and Adolescent Track

2012
PhD | U of N Carolina at Greensboro
Clinical Psychology

2012-2013
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Psychology | University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry
Child and Adolescent Autism Spectrum Disorders Track

2013-2015
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Psychology | University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry
Primary Care Psychology, Pediatrics Specialty Track

2015
Post-Degree Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy | University of Rochester Medical Center

Post-doctoral Training & Residency

09/01/2012 - 08/31/2015
Fellowship in Clinical Psychology at University of Rochester Medical Center

08/01/2011 - 07/31/2012
Internship in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at University of Rochester Medical Center

Awards

2016
Early Career Psychologist Achievement Award
Sponsor: American Psychological Association

2015
Outstanding Fellow Award
Sponsor: University of Rochester
Location: Rochester, NY

2015
Outstanding Fellow Award
Sponsor: University of Rochester Medical Center

2014
Early Career Psychologist Credentialing Scholarship
Sponsor: National Register of Health Service Psycologists

2014
Early Career Psychologist Credentialing Scholarship
Sponsor: National Register of Health Service Psychologistz

2010
Elizabeth Duffy Fellowship (post Masters)
Location: Greensboro, NC

2008
Elizabeth Duffy Fellowship (pre-Masters)
Location: Greensboro, NC

2006
Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society

2005
Psi Chi Honor Society

2004
Golden Key National Honor Society

2003
Phi Sigma Kappa National Honor Society

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Publications

Journal Articles

2013
Katz J, Moore J. "Bystander education training for campus sexual assault prevention: an initial meta-analysis." Violence and victims.. 2013 28(6):1054-67.

8/2008
Katz J, Moore J, May P. "Physical and sexual covictimization from dating partners: a distinct type of intimate abuse?" Violence against women.. 2008 Aug 0; 14(8):961-80.

2007
Katz, J., Moore, J., & Tkachuk, S. "Verbal sexual coercion and perceived victim responsibility: Mediating effects of perceived control". Sex Roles. 2007; 57(3): 235-247.

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