Dr. Bob
Services Offered
Writing, Speaking
Most Recent Book Title
Wounded Workers: Tales from a Working Man's Shrink
Book Description
Wounded Workers will grab your attention while experiencing the human response to horrific, yet common critical incidents. Clinical terminology is minimized. There’s no need for a medical degree to understand what these workers go through. Dr. Bob’s personal journey as a working-class kid who becomes a scientist, physician and professor is intertwined with the dynamics of victimization, recovery, and advocacy. Readers will be exposed to stories of workers subjected to shootings, amputations, sexual assaults and healthcare-induced disability. All can relate to the plight, courage and persistence of victims who could be your neighbor, friend, family member or co-worker.
Location (city/state/country)
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Author bio
Dr. Bob Larsen is an active physician, yet retired clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine. Dr. Bob has taught forensic psychiatry to trainees with an emphasis on clinical presentations in the workplace. Over a career of more than three dozen years, Dr. Bob has treated and evaluated thousands of injured workers. His presentations and publications to clinicians and the general public encompass the subjects of job stress, PTSD, emotional resilience, delayed recovery, harassment, and workplace violence. Wounded Workers: Tales from a Working Man’s Shrink is Dr. Bob’s first book intended for professionals and the general public.
Professional Speaker Topics
Resilience & Post-traumatic Growth; We Don't Work Alone; America's Gun Violence Epidemic; Slapping Therapy; Overcoming Victimization; The Psychological Autopsy
Favorite Quote or Personal Motto

"In the end, we are not defined by the particular product or service we create, but rather the manner in which we affect those we serve. If you are engaging in meaningful work, those for whom you provide service will define your value." Dr. Bob (from Wounded Workers, chapter 36 entitled Giving Back)

  • Front Cover of Wounded Workers

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