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In the wake of a stabbing attack that injured 21 people at a Pennsylvania school, WGN-AM Radio turned to the Adler School's David Castro-Blanco, Ph.D., ABPP, for expert insights on what can be done to identify potential problems among adolescents before violence takes place.
Dr. Castro-Blanco, Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology and a board-certified clinical psychologist with special focus on child and adolescent psychology, also discussed how parents can talk to their children about such incidents.
Click here to listen to Dr. Castro-Blanco's interview with WGN-AM.
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