KCTV: KC psychologist says people are reporting feeling irritable, argumentative at higher rates

March 9, 2021

The Kansas City Police Department says out of all homicides detectives investigate, arguments are the number one contributing factor. That includes a recent road rage incident that turned deadly.

Amid the pandemic, Dr. Savannah Geske, a licensed psychologist with Saint Luke's Behavioral Health Specialists, says people are stressed and irritable now more than ever.

KCTV talked to Dr. Geske about ways to de-escalate confrontations and manage stressful situations.

Watch the full story below.

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