Matt Tinney and Ben Melendrez start this podcast off with a talk about how Matt was greeted and if it was an effective way of using a name mnemonic. Ben discusses storm chasers and how people are now using this as a get away adventure vacation, which somehow spawns a conversation on Godzilla. After Godzilla we discuss all the creatures of the unknown.
Ben speaks on his role in the Crisis Intervention Unit and what has changed. We speak about the role of a fulltime CIT Coordinator. We will be at the American Psychiatric Association meeting this May, 2018. We end our conversation at 21:04.
Nils Rosenbaum, MD discusses Psychology of Spree Killers and Pseudocommandos, which can be a touching subject as it is a look at mass violence. If you would like to follow along with the presentation you can view the PowerPoint below.
Are spree killings and rampage killings preventable? What is the profile of someone who kills multiple victims?
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