The Continuing Education Department


The New Evil: Understanding the Emergence of Modern Violent Crime

Saturday, October 26 11am-2pm

115 East 27th St, 4th floor

Dr. Michael Stone and Dr. Gary Brucato

Discussion and Book Signing

Drs. Gary Brucato and Michael Stone, experts in the field of violence and serious psychopathology, author the groundbreaking true crime book The New Evil. This in-depth examination of the biological and psychological underpinnings of violent crime provides context at the cultural and individual level behind severe forms of violence such as serial killings and mass murders. Providing insight to questions about the personality factors which drive an individual to commit these heinous crimes, and how the effects of new technologies and cultural shifts have contributed to this "new evil." Their exhaustive work, backed by their extensive clinical experience, offers invaluable insight into this criminal behavior-- and makes a compelling argument for further study in hopes that such behavior may be prevented in the future. 

“…This book challenges the reader to become concerned about the increase of evil that we are witnessing, to reflect on its causes, and to recognize our collective responsibility to confront this development. It is a must-read for all mental health professionals…” Otto Kernberg, MD, Professor of Psychiatry at the Weill Cornell Medical College, and training supervising Psychoanalyst at the Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research 

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Three CEUs Available for NYS Social Workers

This event is free for TI students and interns. Please RSVP by emailing