Suicide Prevention Community Event Registration
Thursday, August 11, 7pm at Terwilliger Lodge
Dr. Cummings serves as the Chief of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry for the Lindner Center of HOPE. Additionally, as the Medical Director for Cincinnati Children’s Inpatient and Partial Hospitalization services at Lindner, Dr. Cummings provides clinical oversight to patient care on both units. As a staff psychiatrist for LCOH, she specializes in the assessment and treatment of children through emerging adulthood. Dr. Cummings works to integrate all aspects of mental and physical health into the treatment process. Working with a collaborative team, Dr. Cummings’s current clinical work focuses on comprehensive assessment and intensive treatment to ensure patient success with those in the Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program and Comprehensive Diagnostic Assessment Program for children and adolescents. Previously, Dr. Cummings worked for over 2 years at Sibcy House, the adult diagnostic residential unit at LCOH.
Nancy Eigel-Miller, Founder and Executive Director of 1N5, created the James W. Miller Memorial fund in 2010 after losing her husband to suicide. Prior to founding 1N5, Nancy worked in the marketing/market research field for over 20 years where she spent much of her career at Gardner Business Media. Nancy’s fierce passion and dedication to STOP the STIGMA that surrounds mental health and raise awareness by bringing mental health education to greater Cincinnati schools has resulted in reaching over 150,000 students a year and raising over $1M for mental health programming. Nancy holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Miami University. Nancy is on the board of MindPeace and the Cincinnati Children's Convalescent Hospital.