School Shootings: "The teens haven't changed, the world around them has"
SEATTLE, Wash. -- For a different perspective on school shootings today, KOMO's Pete Combs talked with an expert from the University of Washington. Dr. Henry Berman is a clinical professor of Pediatrics at the University and has been treating teenagers for more than 40 years.
So how have young men changed in a way that leads them to terrible violence like the Valentine’s Day shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida? Dr. Berman lists depression and lack of direction and goals as two major factors, but also believes it is the way in which the world around them is changing. Click the picture above to hear the audio.