In the News
For a topical discussion about bullying during National Bullying Prevention Month, and in conjunction with re-release of the movie “Bully,” WGN-TV and radio reporter and critic Dean Richards interviewed Dr. David Castro-Blanco, Ph.D., Adler School core faculty member and head of the Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology Program, Child and Adolescent Psychology Track.
In their conversation, Richards and Castro-Blanco discussed the movie’s portrayals and “bright spotlight” on rampant bullying. Dr. Castro-Blanco explained how bullying can be defined—from young children to young adults in college—and how parents can best approach discussing it with their children. He also mentioned resources available for parents.
Click here to hear the interview.
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