Graduate Contributes to Guidelines on Handling Stalking Behavior

Dr. Anders Goranson, (Antioch PsyD 2010), has been quoted in a Monitor on Psychology article entitled Dealing with Improper Contact. He and other psychologists developed guidelines on how individual providers and health-care institutions can handle stalking behavior.  Anders is a psychologist at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs in Portland, Oregon and a professor of psychiatry at Oregon Health and Science University,

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