The FBI indicates that 93% of the time, a mass shooter identifies a loss or perceived loss prior to the shooting. Ninety percent of mass school shooters commit the shooting in a school they have attended. This keynote outlines the emotional process that may occur as a person moves to violence and how to prevent the process from proceeding. The keynote will discuss the key components in the brain that are developed to address: (1) their emotional realities, (2) the emotional progression that occurs as they get closer to violence, (3) research done on mass shooters (93% are male loners), and (4) the ways in which schools and districts can interrupt that process from progressing.
Length: Keynote, approximately two hours
Training Prerequisites: None
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