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David Castro-Blanco, Ph.D., Adler School of Professional Psychology
WBEZ-FM Interviews
Dr. Castro-Blanco on Bullying
and Parental Responsibility
06.24.13

In light of a Wisconsin town's plan to ticket and fine adults who fail to properly respond when their children bully others, Chicago's WBEZ-FM Public Radio interviewed David Castro-Blanco, Ph.D., Core Faculty in Clinical Psychology at the Adler School, about social, parental and related issues surrounding youth bullying and its prevention.

During the conversation, which included response to listener calls and tweets, Dr. Castro-Blanco recommended resources for parents and those involved with child guidance, including the documentary "Bully" and "The Bully Project," and information available through the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.

Click here to listen to "Are parents legally responsible for kids' behavior?"

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