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Ellen Kirschman Ph.D.
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Another tragedy affects us all, including police officers.
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I work with cops. Spending a day with prisoners was a new experience.
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Ellen Kirschman, Ph.D., is a psychologist and has been counseling police officers and their families for 30 years.