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Could Focus On Mental Illness Help Curb Mass Violence?

Appearing on Fox News Latino, Dinelia Rosa, director of TC's Dean-Hope Center for Education and Psychological Services, explores the connection between violent incidents such as school shootings and the broader lack of care for people with mental illness.
Appearing on Fox News Latino, Dinelia Rosa, director of TC's Dean-Hope Center for Education and Psychological Services, explores the connection between violent incidents such as school shootings and the broader lack of care for people with mental illness.

WATCH VIDEO: Could Focus On Mental Illness Help Curb Mass Violence?

Published Monday, Mar. 24, 2014

Could Focus On Mental Illness Help Curb Mass Violence?

Appearing on Fox News Latino, Dinelia Rosa, director of TC's Dean-Hope Center for Education and Psychological Services, explores the connection between violent incidents such as school shootings and the broader lack of care for people with mental illness.

WATCH VIDEO: Could Focus On Mental Illness Help Curb Mass Violence?
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