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September 08th 2015:Criminal Responsibility when Schizophrenia Harms Others

Dr. Lori Triano-Antidormi, a Registered Psychologist in Ontario, Canada,, holds the PhD from York University. Dr. Chris Summerville is CEO of the Schizophrenia Society of Canada,, and Executive Director of the Manitoba Schizophrenia Society. She talks about the killing of her son by a woman living with mental illness. He talks about the work of the Society as it relates to killings by individuals living with schizophrenia, and about the questions it receives relating to these killings. They discuss how criminal justice systems deal with individuals livi

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Dr. Lori Triano-Antidormi

Dr. Lori Triano-Antidormi is a Registered Psychologist in Ontario who obtained her PhD from York University in 1998. She’s currently in private practice in Hamilton, Ontario, specializing in psychological assessment and treatment of adults with various clinical conditions including grief and trauma in individuals who have been impacted by a violent crime, a traumatic incident, and/or who have experienced significant loss. She is currently the Professional Consultant to Bereaved Families of Ontario, Hamilton-Burlington Chapter. She has given many invited presentations on the issues of grief and trauma. She recently appeared as a witness before the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Righ
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Dr. Chris Summerville

Dr. Chris Summerville is CEO of the Schizophrenia Society of Canada,, and Executive Director of the Manitoba Schizophrenia Society. He serves on numerous boards and committees. With an earned doctorate, he is certified with the International Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services as a Psychosocial Rehabilitation Practitioner and as an Intervention Trainer with Living Works. As a family member and a recipient of psychiatric services, he sees mental illness as an issue in social justice as well as health.
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