After tragedies in Newtown, Aurora, and others nationwide, where do we go from here? How do we prevent gun violence, especially among our youth? How do we help families and individuals seek mental health support before a tragedy strikes? And how do we heal afterward?
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP) is responding to President Obama’s statement at the Newtown memorial, “We are not doing enough and we will have to change” by doing more as an agent of change. TCSPP has assembled notable experts in mental health, public health, education and treatment to call attention to key obstacles to prevention/intervention, and how to mobilize toward action and policy change.
- Dr. Daun Baker, TCSPP Counseling Centers Director
- Dr. Cris Scaglione, TCSPP Faculty
- Dr. Stephen Diamond, TCSPP Clinical Supervisor
- Dr. Douglas Kellner, UCLA, George F. Kneller Philosophy of Education Chair
- Sharon Dunnas, MFT, NAMI Westside L.A. President