Whose March is it Anyways?
March 13, 2018
Hosted by Dr. Carole Lieberman
Dr. Carole worries about well-meaning students, called upon to Walkout and March for reasons that haven't been made sufficiently clear to them. Even less clear to the students is that, in their vulnerable psychological state, caused by the Parkland school shooting, they are being co-opted to fulfill others' agendas. Dr. Carole explains how Parkland students are suffering from PTSD and the stages of grief. Students nationwide are also suffering because of having watched countless hours of media coverage of the shooting-including video inside the school. When students are asked what they're walking out or marching for, they give a variety of conflicting responses. Unfortunately, honoring the victims is overshadowed by the political agendas of those behind the scenes who are pulling the strings. Students are rightfully angry, but the solution to school shootings is not as simple as banning guns. Identifying kids with problems and providing good mental health treatment is more important.
Dr. Carole's Couch
Tuesday at 1 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Variety Channel
Everyday we are bombarded with stories in our newspapers, on television and on the radio that make it seem as though society is spiraling out of control. But just when everything in the world seems insane, Dr. Carole Lieberman creates a sanctuary for sanity. Call or log in to get help making sense of these turbulent times or just for advice from a soothing voice. “Dr. Carole’s Couch” broadcasts each Tuesday at 1pm Pacific (4pm Eastern) on the VoiceAmerica Channel.
Dr. Carole Lieberman
Dr. Carole Lieberman is the psychiatrist the world trusts for help coping with today's times. She is also the preeminent authority on the psychology of show biz and the psychological influence of media. A multiple Emmy award-winner, Dr. Lieberman has spent over a decade analyzing the psychological impact of world events, as a guest and host on all major media outlets. She has appeared on "Oprah", CNN, “Entertainment Tonight, “Good Morning America”, "The Today Show", “The O’Reilly Factor”, Court TV, the BBC, and numerous other high profile shows. Her work has garnered numerous awards, including those from the Writers Guild of America, City of Los Angeles and the Film Advisory Board. Dr. Carole's latest book, Coping with Terrorism: Dreams Interrupted, a psychological survival guide, has recently been released. She maintains a star-studded practice in Beverly Hills and is listed in numerous Who’s Who directories.