Dr. Malcolm Smith is one of the nation's leading authorities on bullying, peer victimization, and the epidemic of anger in today's youth. His research has taken him into the lives of over 400 youth who have committed school shootings, murder, or violence towards peers or community. He has responded to nearly 60 school shootings, including Sandy Hook, Connecticut, and recent incidents in California and Oregon.
Join Dr. Smith for this dynamic and compelling event. Sponsored by the Kentucky Association for Psychology in the Schools (KAPS) and the Kentucky Center for School Safety (KCSS).
Elkhorn Crossing School
2020 Frankfort Pike
Georgetown, KY 40324
Pre-registration by April 8, 2016, is required.
Cancellations may be made by April 1, 2016; after that date, only substitutions will be accepted.
Registration includes a box lunch, handouts from Dr. Smith, and a certificate of attendance for those who attend the full event.
NCSP and EILA credit are available.
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