Natalie Crouch

Assistant Research Scientist



Natalie is primarily an assessor on the Searchlight Study, conducting online interviews with study participants with the goal of collecting personal histories of suicidal ideation and behavior. When not completing data collection duties, she supports with other research studies as needed. 


Natalie received her B.S. in Applied Developmental Psychology from Eastern Washington University in 2021. Before joining CSPAR in 2022, she held positions as a substitute teacher in the Puyallup School District and as a behavior technician in Spokane, WA. In addition to suicide research, her research interests include novel evidence-based treatments and harm reduction practices for individuals experiencing substance misuse, behavioral strategies as supplemental treatment for ADHD in adolescents and adults, and the effects of mobile device usage on child development.