Philip Kurman, Ph.D., has an extensive background in cognitive psychology and human aggression. Philip was an Eagle Scout which started his interests in service to country. He is an Honorably Discharged Veteran having served in the Army. After military service Philip was a special education teacher where he taught developmentally disabled and seriously emotionally disturbed students. He was also a successful university educator and taught both at the graduate and undergraduate level.
Currently he is a lecturer and trainer. He lectures regularly on preventing school and workplace violence along with conducting educational seminars on preventing school violence, PTSD, psychological preparation for success and other topics relating to human aggression. He consults with military, law enforcement, educators, first responders, parents and student groups.
Philip lectures regularly on issues of human aggression, school safety and issues relating to Veterans, and first responders. Philip is also an active and competitive shooter and a dedicated 1911 and SAA shooter. He is an accomplished educator and lecturer who has spoken at numerous conferences.