Dr. Joti Samra interview on Global TV with Nadia Stewart about Shuswap Parents guilty of assault on 14 year old Girl with Skipping Rope

(Global News)   SALMON ARM – The parents of a 14-year-old girl who used a used a plastic hockey stick and a skipping rope to spank their daughter have been convicted of assault with a weapon.   In the incident two years ago, the Salmon Arm couple were punishing the girl for sending nude photos […]

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Dr. Joti Samra interviewed by News 1130 about how to talk to Children about the Paris attacks

(by Mike Lloyd) VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – If your child is exhibiting unusual signs of anxiety, it could be an indication they’re being overwhelmed by all the media coverage of the attacks in Paris.   Psychologist Dr. Joti Samra says anxiety and stress can be expressed in different ways. “Things like appetite changes [or] difficulty […]

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Dr. Joti Samra interviewed by News 1130 on how to talk to kids about safety issues following Alberta Abduction

(by Simon Druker – Posted Sep 16, 2015)   VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – The tragic death of Hailey Dunbar-Blanchette has captivated the attention of people from coast-to-coast, but it also presents a difficult topic of conversation when it comes to your kids.   Just how do you talk to them about it?   Don’t ignore […]

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Dr. Joti Samra interviewed by News 1130 on Anger, Panic and Hoarding: A look at why people reacted so strongly to the power outages

(by Mike Lloyd – Posted Sep 1, 2015)   METRO VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – Anger hurled at BC Hydro, panic through the storm and power outages, and stress as products like ice disappeared from store shelves — Why did so many people react so strongly to Metro Vancouver’s weather troubles over the weekend?   And […]

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Dr. Joti Samra interviewed by Global News on Crane climbing Incident

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Dr. Joti Samra interviewed by Spice Radio Vancouver about bullying

Provocative new study finds bullies have highest self esteem, social status, lowest rates of depression   A just-published Canadian study has added heft to a provocative new theory about bullying: that the behaviour is literally in the genes, an inherited trait that actually helps build social rank and sex appeal.   If accepted, the hypothesis […]

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