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…ten in the path of violence, falling victim to homicide, hostage taking, robbery, and sexual assault. The Violent Person aims to save lives of these front-line caretakers and is of interest to any reader contemplating stress and the workings of the human mind. Bulletin of the International Society for Research on Aggression This is a very accessible book whose audience is perhaps more likely to represent practitioners than academics. Academics may…

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New England Psychologist Reviews Violence by Dr. Raymond B. Flannery Jr.

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…zed world in terms of the number of violent crimes, e.g., assault, rape, robbery and is number one in murder according to Flannery. The author adeptly uses compelling and contemporary findings from the medical and behavioral sciences to illustrate and bring to life sociological and criminal statistics. It has been about 25 years that researchers in the field of violence prevention have been studying violence in order to deepen understanding of its…

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Coping with Anxiety in an Age of Terrorism - Raymond Flannery

For Mental Health Month: Excellent Advance Notice Coping with Anxiety in an Age of Terrorism by Dr. Raymond B. Flannery Jr. in the Midwest Book Review

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Vogel’s Bookshelf Coping with Anxiety in An Age of Terrorism Dr. Raymond B. Flannery Jr. American Mental Health Foundation PO Box 3, Riverdale, NY 10471-0003 www.americanmentalhealthfoundation.org 9781590565605, $12.00, PB, 112pp, www.amazon.com Synopsis: The use of terrorism to promote a cause is a tragical reality of our times in almost every country in the world. It is now common place in Europe and North America to see urban-transit systems p…

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Dr. Raymond B. Flannery Jr. Joins The American Mental Health Foundation Board of Directors

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Raymond B. Flannery Jr., Ph.D., FACLP, a licensed clinical psychologist, is Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, the University of Massachusetts Chan Medical School. He has also served on the faculties of Harvard Medical School and Boston College. For 10 years, he was Director of Training for the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health and has lectured extensively in Canada, Europe, and the United States. He is t…

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Violence by Raymond B. Flannery Ph.D., FAPM, Reviewed

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…1 “Violence: Why People Do Bad Things, with Strategies to Reduce that Risk By Raymond B. Flannery Jr. ’64 Lantern Books [distributor] In Violence: Why People Do Bad Things, with Strategies to Reduce that Risk, Flannery explores the question of violence and whether or not it can be prevented. Through storytelling, Flannery brings the issue of violence to life, exploring its warning signs and effects based on his years of research on issues of viole…

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Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: The Victim’s Guide to Healing and Recovery, by Dr. Raymond B. Flannery Jr.

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…, gripping . . . offers professional value to therapists.”—Journey Raymond B. Flannery Jr., Ph.D., FAPM, is the author of six other books including Preventing Youth Violence: A Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Counselors; Violence in America: Coping with Drugs, Distressed Families, Inadequate Schooling, and Acts of Hate; and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: The Victim’s Guide to Healing and Recovery. Dr. Flannery is a licensed clinical psychologist,…

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Review of “The Violent Person” by Dr. Raymond B. Flannery Jr. in New England Psychologist

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…Congratulations to American Mental Health Books author Dr. Raymond B. Flannery Jr., for the stellar notice of his book The Violent Person in New England Psychologist. This review, by Dr. James K. Luiselli, in the November 2010 issue (volume 18, number 9), is reproduced in full on our Web site….

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5-star Endorsement of Dr. Raymond B. Flannery Jr., The Violent Person

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…f American health care is changing. I firmly believe that adherence to his recommendations will not only improve health care, but will save careers, perhaps even lives.” George S. Everly Jr., Ph.D., ABPP, FAPM Professor of Psychology, Loyola University Associate Professor of Psychiatry, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine…

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Precipitants to Patient Assaults: A Worldwide View, 2013-17

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…iew in detail may assist in detecting distinctions. However, this needs to be balanced with more-traditional research designs with sound experimental rigor that include clear operational definitions of precipitants, which include the patient’s perceptions, and that have sound measuring instruments with reliability and validity. Longitudinal studies would be important in this regard and enhance the generalizability of findings across studies. These…

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Psychiatry Films from AMHF: “Rain Man” (1988)

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…f an accident when he was left alone with Charlie, when he (Charlie) was a baby. Raymond one day sings “I Saw Her Standing There” as he did when Charlie was young, prompting Charlie to realize that Raymond is the protective figure from his childhood, whom he falsely remembered as an imaginary friend named “Rain Man”—a mispronunciation of “Raymond.” Charlie continually proves himself shallow and exploitative, as when it is confirmed by a doctor tha…

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Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: The Victim’s Guide to Healing and Recovery, Second Edition, by Dr. Raymond B. Flannery Jr.

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…themselves with my work. The biochemical information contained here could be the beginning of a personal miracle for you.” —John Bradshaw “But what happens when you really are a victim of trauma? Most victims don’t talk. Victims try to forget because talking doesn’t stop the pain and shame of being a victim. This book doesn’t just talk about trauma and PTSD; this book shows what victims can do about it. The author has worked with many victims, pa…

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Rave Review of The Violent Person by Dr. Raymond B. Flannery Jr.

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…The Midwest Book Service gives a 5-Star review to The Violent Person the first book issued by the American Mental Health Foundation. See this review on amazon by clicking below. amazon…

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Preventing Youth Violence, Part 1

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…, Europe, and the United States. These acts have included homicide rape, robbery, assault, arson, and rioting among other crimes. Thoughtful adults respond in disbelief, anger, and bewilderment. How has it come to this? Why are children today so angry, when they are growing up in a period that has seen the most money, education, material goods, and other resources in human history? Were there no warning signs? Can anything be done to correct this?…

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Preventing Youth Violence, Part 2

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…r some rapists. Unfortunately, it may increase excitement in others. (6) Robbery by Child: If you are being robbed by a youth, give up everything that you are asked for. Do not run after the thief. Material goods can be replaced. You would, however, need to resist a robber who wanted to also take you prisoner. When you are sure that you, the youth, and any other concerned parties are safe, then proceed to the next guideline that you have chosen to…

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Preventing Youth Violence: Twenty Years Later (Enhanced Findings and Treatment Interventions, Part 2)

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…her to prevent youth violence before it begins. References 1. Flannery, R. B. Jr. Preventing Youth Violence: A Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Counselors. Riverdale, New York: American Mental Health Foundation, 2012a. 2. Flannery, R. B. Jr. Preventing Youth Violence Before It Begins. Riverdale, New York: American Mental Health Foundation, 2022. 3. American Psychiatric Association. Updated Diagnostic and Statistical Manual 5. Washington, D.C.: Ame…

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Preventing Youth Violence: A Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Counselors

Preventing Youth Violence: Twenty Years Later (New Findings, Part 1)

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…ollow from the findings in both of these blogs. References 1. Flannery, R. B. Jr. Preventing Youth Violence: A Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Counselors. Riverdale, New York: American Mental Health Foundation, 2012a. 2. Verny, T. with Kelly, J. The Secret Life of the Unborn Child. New York: Summit, 1981. 3. Flannery, R. B. Jr. Becoming Stress-Resistant through the Project SMART Program. Riverdale, New York: American Mental Health Foundation, 201…

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Fort Hood and the Violent Person

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…are addressed in the wonderful new book The Violent Person by Dr. Raymond B. Flannery Jr., published this fall by the American Mental Health Foundation Books and available on this Web site through Lantern as well as amazon. Part of the beauty of Dr. Flannery’s approach is his focus on an overall philosophy of positive mental health, the kind of strength and resiliency that offer a strategy to prevent violence but also to increase happiness and me…

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Assaultive Psychiatric Patients: A Worldwide Perspective, 2013-17

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…s in reducing violence and providing good care. References 1. Flannery, R. B. Jr., Wyshak, G, Tecce, J., Flannery, G. J. “Characteristics of International Assaultive Psychiatric Patients: Review of Published Findings, 2000-2012. Psychiatric Quarterly, 2014. 85:391-396. 2. Iozzino, L., Ferrari, C., Large, M., Nielssen, O., de Girolamo, G. “Prevalence and Risk Factors of Violence by Psychiatric Acute Patients: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.”…

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Staff Victims of Psychiatric Patient Assaults: A Worldwide Perspective, 2013-17

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…esult in increased safety and sustained morale. References 1. Flannery, R. B. Jr., Wyshak, G., Tecce, J., and Flannery, G.J. “Characteristics of International Staff Victims of Psychiatric Patient Assaults: Review of Published Findings, 2000-2012.” Psychiatric Quarterly 2014. 85: 397-404. 2. Flannery, R. B. Jr., Wyshak, G., Flannery, G. J. “Characteristics of International Staff Victims of Psychiatric Patient Assaults: Review of Published Findings….

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Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Coroner First Responders

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…nders searched frantically for survivors in the cars crushed beneath the rubble. Cadaver dogs, acoustical soundings, shouts from first responders sought out the living. An overhead crane was brought in to remove the concrete slabs in hopes of finding victims still alive in the mangled cars below. So badly mutilated were some of the bodies that they were not recognizable. The crushed cars with their crushed human remains still in them were placed o…

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The Assaulted Staff Action Program (ASAP): Psychological Counseling for Victims of Violence

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…ommon examples include natural and man-made disasters, homicides, rapes, robberies, assaults, terrorist events, hostage-taking, severe verbal abuse, and the like. These events need to result in an intense state of fear that would distress any reasonable person. One may become a victim of violence in one or more of three ways: by direct acts, by witnessing traumatic events to others, and/or by being told by victims what has happened to them. Psycho…

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Preventing Violence in the Workplace: Part 2, Risk Management Strategies

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…ntial assailants to commit violent acts successfully is reduced and the probability of such assailants being apprehended is increased. Controlled Access Controlled access concerns itself with who is in the worksite and why these individuals are present. Crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED) is a helpful place to begin to field sound risk management strategies (2). CPTED includes having shrubs at the worksite low and away from the b…

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The Tenth Annual Report of The American Mental Health Foundation

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…s of AMHF: Erich Fromm (to February 2025), Dr.Stefan de Schill, Dr.Raymond B.Flannery Jr., Dr. Henry Kellerman, Dr. David J. Gavin, Dr.Joanne H. Gavin, and Dr.James Campbell Quick are its authors. Some of the best-selling titles remain Beyond Freud, The Heart of Man, The Pathology of Normalcy, and The Revolution of Hope by Fromm; Crucial Choices—Crucial Changes: The Resurrection of Psychotherapy by de Schill; The Assaulted Staff Action Program (AS…

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The Eleventh Annual Report of The American Mental Health Foundation

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…s of AMHF: Erich Fromm (to February 2025), Dr.Stefan de Schill, Dr.Raymond B.Flannery Jr., Dr. Henry Kellerman, Dr. David J. Gavin, Dr.Joanne H. Gavin, and Dr.James Campbell Quick are its authors. Some of the best-selling titles remain Beyond Freud, The Heart of Man, The Pathology of Normalcy, and The Revolution of Hope by Fromm; Crucial Choices—Crucial Changes: The Resurrection of Psychotherapy by de Schill; The Assaulted Staff Action Program (AS…

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PTSD and Public-works Employees

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…Management in Engineering, 12, issue 3, July 2012, 126-31. 2. Flannery, R. B. Jr., Flannery G. J. “Public Works Employees and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: An At-risk Population.” Psychiatric Quarterly, February 20, 2023. 3. Flannery, R. B. Jr. “News Journalists and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: A Review of the Literature, 2011-2020.” Psychiatric Quarterly, 2021 April 10, 1-9. Doi:10.1007/s11126-21-09920-z. 4. Flannery, R. B. Jr. The Assaulted S…

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Staff Victims of Psychiatric Patient Assaults: A Worldwide Perspective

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…afety and well-being of both patients and staff. References 1. Flannery R. B. Jr., Wyshak G., Tecce, J., and Flannery, G. J. “Characteristics of international assaultive psychiatric patients: Review of published findings, 2000-2012.” Psychiatric Quarterly, 2014, 85: 303-17. 2.—. “Characteristics of international staff victims of psychiatric patient assaults: Review of published findings, 2000-2012.” Psychiatric Quarterly, 2014, 85: in press. 3. Fl…

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Psychiatric Patients’ Assaults: A Worldwide Perspective, 2017-22

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…enhanced, efficacious treatment interventions. References 1. Flannery, R. B. Jr, Flannery, G. J. “Characteristics of International Assaultive Psychiatric Patients: Review of Published Findings, 2017-2022.” Psychiatric Quarterly, 2023, 94: 559-68. 2. Forrest, M. P., Parnell, E., Penzes, P. “Dendritic Structural Plasticity and Neuropsychiatric Disease.” Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 2018, 17: 475-86. 3. Flannery, R. B. Jr. Posttraumatic Stress Disor…

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The Violent Person: Guidelines for Service Providers

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…g of those who work on behalf of others in need. References 1. Flannery R. B. Jr. The Violent Person: Professional Risk Management Strategies for Safety and Care. New York: American Mental Health Foundation, 2009. 2. Flannery, R. B., Jr. Violence in America: Coping with Drugs, Distressed Families, Inadequate Schooling, and Acts of Hate. New York: American Mental Health Foundation, 2012. 3. Flannery, R. B., Jr. Preventing Youth Violence: A Guide fo…

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Preventing Violence in the Workplace: Part 1, Its General Nature

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…f ways. The bank in which you are a teller could be the site of an armed robbery. Your colleague on the factory floor who has been drinking too much lately might assault you. Your domestically violent and angry spouse might burst onto your medical ward as you, the nurse, are attending to your patients. Rape may occur as a real-estate agent, who is alone, shows a home for sale to a presumed interested buyer. A dismissed ex-employee might return and…

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Psychological Trauma and First Responders

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…ntinue quietly to go about their important work. References 1. Flannery R. B. Jr., “Treating Psychological Trauma in First Responders: A Multi-modal Paradigm.” Psychiatric Quarterly, 2014, 85: in press. 2. Flannery, R. B. Jr., Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: The Victim’s Guide to Healing and Recovery. Second Edition. Riverdale, NY: American Mental Health Foundation, 2012. 3. Foa E. B., Rothbaum B. O. Treating the Trauma of Rape: Cognitive-behaviora…

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