Pa. psychologist eases job-related stress for police
PITTSBURGH — Gerard Massaro, a Pittsburgh police psychologist, had the reputation of being a straight shooter when counseling or briefing a police officer.
“My father was there for them if they were experiencing concerns following a shooting or an altercation, problems at home or with other police officers,” said Kristen Kress of Fombell in Butler County. “The police officers admired him because he never blew smoke, but told them how it was.”
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