Lisa Damour is one of those people that make you think you really are just a lazy slug (as you suspected). Because while you've been busy just hanging on, Lisa has, oh, graduated Yale with honors, got PhD'd at Michigan opened a therapy practice, lectured at John Carroll, clinically instructed at Case Western, published all sorts of stuff and has run the Center for Research on Girls at Laurel School since 2007. And she is said to be an amazing cook too. Join Dan and Noelle as they sit down with this uber-amazing woman for an episode of Civic Commons Radio's "Spotlight on Impact People" series. The subject is bullying and how to stop the nastiness (though we're sure there's about 100 more topics Lisa could illuminate).
Guests: Lisa Damour (didn't need anyone else)
Aired on April 10, 2012
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