I talked with Joe Donlan of NewsNationNow about police stress after a police shooting in Chicago. Two officers and the suspect were shot and survived. Be prepared for some graphic camera footage from the officer’s body cams.
Join me and three other women, all of them retired law enforcement professionals, for a lively conversation about the status of women in law enforcement, how to maintain resilience, achieve success and avoid pitfalls.

Carol Leveroni of California Peace Officers Association and I talk about self-care for cops and their families. Under usual circumstances, policing is already fraught with potential traumas and a culture that influences relationships. But with the pandemic, quarantining, health concerns, civil unrest, and increased scrutiny building and maintaining strong families has been even more challenging.

Behind the Badge is a terrific Washington State based organization supporting police families. I was pleased to be a guest on their “Flashlight” series of short informational videos covering a wide range of topics.

Honor Wellness Center is a Connecticut based organization providing client-centered, culturally competent, holistic individual and group treatment to veterans and first responders—police, fire, corrections, dispatchers and EMS personnel. They had lots of great questions starting with What are three things a new law enforcement family /couple should know as their loved one is entering the profession?

A TV interview with Joe Khalil of ABC talking about police trauma.
Fox News Rundown discussion with retired NYPD detective Thomas Ruskin on police officer suicides.
Honored to be featured in this article in the American Psychological Association’s Monitor on Psychology.
The Atlanta Chapter of Sisters-in-Crime, hosted by the wonderful writer (and interviewer extraordinaire) Fran Stewart, posted a one hour video interview (May, 2018) with me on their website. HBO, are you listening?
Pleased to be interviewed by the Boston Herald on July 18, 2018.
February 23, 2018: I’m interviewed in two articles about the Parkland school mass shooting. The Washington Post and NBC news on-line.
My short but pithy interview with Michelle Griego on Bay Area Focus.
Mystery Writers of America: Nor Cal New, July 2017. Interviewed by Camille Minichino. Camille , author of multiple mystery series, asks me some questions I’ve never been asked before.
The Big Thrill: Magazine of the International Thriller Writers June 30, 2017. Interviewed by Wendy Tyson. Wendy is also a therapist and a mystery writer. That’s why her interview with me is so on target.
Healthline: Las Vegas First Responders Face Risk of PTSD After Mass Shooting (October 10, 2017).
My interview on the Ed Tyll Show from October 3, 2017.

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