Linda Rosenberg

National Council for Behavioral Health

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President and CEO of the National Council for Behavioral Health, an association that represents mental health treatment organizations across the country

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Nobody will ever know what led Adam Lanza to  slaughter twenty 6- and 7-year-olds  last Friday at the Sandy Hook School in Newtown, Connecticut.

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Nobody will ever know what led Adam Lanza to slaughter twenty 6- and 7-year-olds last Friday at the Sandy Hook School in Newtown, Connecticut.

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Nobody will ever know what led Adam Lanza to slaughter twenty 6- and 7-year-olds last Friday at the Sandy Hook School.  But what has been reported strongly suggests that he was a young…

Newtown and the Lessons about Mental Illness

Nobody will ever know what led Adam Lanza to slaughter twenty 6- and 7-year-olds last Friday at the Sandy Hook School.  But what has been reported strongly suggests that he was a young…

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