Colorado shooting: Noticing warning signs

July 26th, 2012

As disturbing details continue to emerge about James Holmes, the alleged shooter at a Colorado cinema complex last week, many are wondering how his behavior went unnoticed by so many people. The following experts from Boston University’s Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation are available to offer commentary, insight, and analysis on this issue:

Dori Hutchinson,  an associate professor at BU’s Sargent College and Director of Services at the Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation, is an expert in campus mental health promotion services, campus suicide prevention, as well as examining the role of health and well-being in recovery for men and women with psychiatric illness. Hutchinson can be reached at 617-353-3539;

Larry Kohn, Director of Development at the Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation, is also the Project Manager for the Campus Suicide Prevention Grant at the Center where he is responsible for the delivery of the Student Support Network Trainings on campus as well as training faculty and staff in “Responding to Students in Distress”. Kohn can be reached at 617-353-3549;

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