We are reaching out to a group of doctors and psychologists to get quotes, defining the “profile” of a stalker, harasser, and bully.
About our Expert, Dr. Paul Mullen
Dr. Paul Mullen, A Cyber Stalking Expert and a panel of Psychiatrists, Psychologists, and other mental health professionals view most stalkers as suffering from a psychiatric illness(s) causing them to be psychotic or delusional.
When not deemed as psychotic, stalkers are considered plagued by some type of personality disorder or fueled by unique psychological factors. In the most severe cases, the stalker is defined as a predatory stalker or sociopath.
is when a person writes about his victim over and over and over again, writing horrible, negative lies, and is proud of the fact he is doing so. Often calling his writings “compendiums.”
About our Expert, Dr. Michael Nuccitelli
iPredator Founder Announces Availability to Discuss Cyberbullying, Cyberstalking and Cyber Harassment Profiles
Cyberbullying, Internet safety and cyber attack prevention educator is announcing his availability, at no cost, to discuss the profiles and variations of cyberbullies, cyberstalkers and cyber harassers. Michael Nuccitelli Psy.D., C.F.C., a New York State licensed psychologist, certified forensic consultant and author of the Information Age forensics construct, iPredator, has made himself available to media, educators and community organizations seeking to educate parents, children and online users on the variants of online victimization. Read More…