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No Excuses! Are Our Teens Being Wrongly Influenced By The Media? Signs Your Teen Could Be In Trouble

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John, David and then Robert join The CHW Partners Dave and Bill in The HOOD today at 11:00 am MST

 

Since every major ISP opens with the news, violence and violent crime is now part of the internet. The events reported in Florida are as real-time as if they occurred in Salt Lake City. With that in mind, the issues and concerns are here in “our “CyberHood.

 

So, with the fear and effects of violent crime as a cyberhood issue, these three experts can expertly comment on selected aspects of the incidents and the issues!

 

-In the wake of the police shootings in St Petersburg-

 

-In the midst of nationwide economic stress-

 

-In the country with the largest per-capita criminal population-

 

We need to understand the Root, Repetition and Resolution of crime

 

… throughout the country , and in our communities!

 

1: The Breeding or Weeding of Young Criminals: Robert Goldman, J.D., Psy.D. is an attorney and a psychologist specializing in teen issues. Expanding from his specialty of conflict resolution, he founded Psychological Restorative Solutions, P.C., a corporation that develops programs that facilitate peaceful resolutions to conflict and promote personal growth.

 

2: Every Criminal Has An Excuse! John Nelson, Bookstore Bandit & Bank Robber turned author and prison expert... Learned first-hand about crime as his ill-chosen route through the eccentricities of an otherwise engaging and law-abiding, upper middle class family. He was dubbed by the LAPD as the Bookstore Bandit and ended up getting apprehended for robbing banks.

 

3: Predators, Parasites, and Pathological Behavior... David Sabine, Ph.D., practicing clinical psychologist and author of the upcoming book “Chair With A View” addresses the new family dynamic in the mega-media age.

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