Dr. Shannon Curry
Mass Shooting Motivations
On episode 14 of the Live Mike Podcast with Mike Romigh, we talk with psychologist Shannon Curry about why and how people become motivated to commit mass shootings in America, including the political and cultural normalization of bigotry, hate, and racism.
Guest: Shannon Curry ( PsyD, MSCP) is a California-based psychologist specializing in trauma/PTSD, grief & loss, Gottman Method couples therapy, women's issues, relationship/romantic difficulties, and managing significant transitions.
This episode was recorded in 2019 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Host: Mike Romigh. Guest: Shannon Curry. Audiography: Kevin Farkas, Mike Romigh. Music (available on SoundCloud.com): HarbingerLoops (“Dreary Thoughts”). Zach Will (“The Ugly Mystery,” “something More”). Other Sounds (available on YouTube.com): “Edward R. Murrows final reply to Senator Joseph McCarthys See It Now appearance - April 13 1954.” CBS News (“Special Report: Trump addresses nation after mass shootings”), Xamont (“Beto O’Rourke’s response to a member of the press regarding El Paso shooting”), CNN (“Rep. Ryan: McConnell needs to get off his ass and do something”), Fox News (“Kellyanne Conway on mass shootings: Trump stands ready to act”), TYT Nation (“Senator: Thoughts And Prayers Are The Only Way To Stop Mass Shootings”), CNN (“Huckabee: Media, not guns, to blame for mass shootings”), Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (“Leader McConnell on the Shooting in Alexandria, VA”), CGTN America (“Trump on racism and violence, past and present”). Cover photos by Gage Skidmore (“Trump speaks at an Arizona rally in March 2016”), Dr. Shannon Curry. ©The Live Mike Podcast/The Social Voice Project, Inc. All rights reserved.
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