The Denver Post has published Dr. Pruchno’s commentary on the issue of the Aurora movie theater shooter James Holmes and treatment for those with severely mental illness.
In the latest commentary, Dr. Pruchno discusses the issue of untreated mental illness in light of the wrongful death suit filed by the families of the Sandy Hook shooting victims.
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Dr. Pruchno’s op-ed piece on her concerns about the Sandy Hook shooting report in respect to untreated mental illness.
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In light of Robin Williams’ suicide, Dr. Pruchno’s op-ed article in Chicago Tribune discusses suicide and its effect on family.
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Dr. Pruchno had another op-ed article published in Philadelphia Inquirer. The article is a commentary to the recent shooting that took place in a psychiatric hospital in Darby, Pennsylvania.
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In this published Op-Ed piece, Dr. Pruchno talks about the importance of breaking the silence and secrecy of mental illness using the historical example of the Stonewall Inn riots for gaining civil rights for the LGBT communities.
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In this published Op-Ed piece, Dr. Pruchno talks about her experience participating in 2014 Out of the Darkness Overnight Walk organized by American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
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Dr. Pruchno’s first op-ed article was published in USA Today on April 10, 2013. She discusses the need for change in laws to better help family members who suffer from mental illnesses.
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