Local Psychologist Explains Effects of Tragic Events Following Shootings
WESLACO - Events like the El Paso shooting over the weekend can have lasting effects.
CHANNEL 5 NEWS spoke to licensed psychologist Joseph McCoy about the effects.
"If you were somebody that was right there and saw some pretty tragic things you're going to feel bad for a while and it may feel unbearable for a few days,” he says.
Mccoy adds parents should keep a careful eye on their kids even in the Rio Grande Valley.
He adds parents shouldn't be surprised if their child is nervous about visiting their local Walmart.
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