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Raymond B. Flannery, Jr.



Dr. Raymond B. Flannery Jr., Ph.D., FACLP, a licensed clinical psychologist, is Associate Professor of Psychology (Part Time), Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, as well as Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, University of Massachusetts Medical School, and Adjunct Professor of Psychology (Part-Time), the Woods College of Advancing Studies, Boston College. He is an internationally recognized and award-winning scholar and lecturer on the topics of violence, victimization, and stress management. Dr. Flannery is available for lectures and workshops, for all types and sizes of groups. The American Mental Health Foundation publishes ten titles by Dr. Flannery on violence and stress and the breaking point: PTSD.


The Assaulted Staff Action Program (ASAP) (Paperback)

Becoming Stress-Resistant (Paperback)
         Through the Project SMART Program

Coping with Anxiety in an Age of Terrorism (Paperback)
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (Paperback)
         The Victim's Guide to Healing and Recovery

Preventing Youth Violence (Hardcover)
         A Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Counselors

Preventing Youth Violence Before It Begins (Paperback)
Violence (Paperback)
         Why People Do Bad Things, with Strategies to Reduce that Risk

Violence (Hardcover)
         Why People Do Bad Things, with Strategies to Reduce that Risk

Violence in America (Paperback)
         Coping with Drugs, Distressed Families, Inadequate Schooling, and Acts of Hate

Violence in the Workplace (Paperback)
The Violent Person, (hc) (Hardcover)
         Professional Risk Management Strategies for Safety and Care

The Violent Person, (pb) (Paperback)
         Professional Risk Management Strategies for Safety and Care