Chris Cuomo takes viewers inside the country’s most dangerous minds on HLN's ‘Inside Evil'Read More
Ever worked with someone who made you feel uncomfortable? Maybe you were never sure whether you’d find them in a friendly frame of mind or in full attack mode. Maybe you’d seen them yell, curse, and call people names on more than one occasion—and nobody, including their supervisor, had done anything to stop them. Perhaps their disturbing behavior was quieter: they confided their many grudges and thoughts of revenge or showed a strange fascination with one of your coworkers. Join host Ken Dolan-Del Vecchio for a conversation with Dr. Park Dietz.Read More
Forensic psychiatrist Dr. Park Dietz shares how to spot the warning signs for increased risk of violent behavior in those around you.Read More
Ever worked with someone who made you feel uncomfortable? Maybe you were never sure whether you’d find them in a friendly frame of mind or in full attack mode. Maybe you’d seen them yell, curse, and call people names on more than one occasion—and nobody, including their supervisor, had done anything to stop them.Read More
After 17 years and two grueling murder trials, the family of Jennifer Blagg felt justice finally was delivered Thursday morning when her husband, Michael, was found guilty of killing her and dumping her body in a trash bin.
Michael Blagg’s five-week trial came to a close with his conviction on all counts, and his wife’s family said their lives will never be complete without Jennifer and her 6-year-old daughter, Abby, who disappeared at the same time her mother was killed in 2001.Read More
The recent deaths of Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade reflect the growing national suicide rate. It is one of the leading causes of death in the U.S., claiming the lives of nearly 45,000 people in 2016. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suicide rates have been rising in nearly every state.Read More
From Dr. Park Dietz’s mouth to God’s ear: “When we engage in an obsessive questioning of why a shooter did it, we are granting their exact wish.” Dr. Dietz, a forensic psychiatrist and researcher, has personally evaluated many mass murderers and has provided expert testimony in numerous criminal trials. His conclusion (and here I quote from Hamlet rather than Dietz): “Though this be madness, yet there is method in it.”Read More
World renowned forensic psychiatrist Dr. Park Dietz describes the six steps every media outlet should take to prevent the recurrence of copycat crimes, such as mass murder.
TAG is pleased to offer an exclusive advanced training experience in Newport Beach, CA, to qualified professionals who manage workplace misconduct risks in their organizations.
Participants will receive private instruction from TAG founder Park Dietz, M.D., Ph.D. Instruction is interactive, and an optional final examination is administered at the end of the course. Those successfully completing the course and final examination will receive TAG’s two-year certification in advanced workplace misconduct mitigation.Read More
After graduating with honors from the University of Colorado, Ms. Ambrozic earned a Master of Arts degree in counseling psychology at the University of Notre Dame. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor who is experienced in providing services and training in the areas of workplace misconduct mitigation, conflict management (including labor-management disputes), mediation, substance abuse, team building, and critical incident stress debriefing.
Ms. Ambrozic joined TAG in 2002 as a consultant in the management of workplace misconduct prevention programs and a specialist in the training of managers and supervisors.Read More