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Manny Tau, Psy.D. Promoted to Service Area Leader for the Problematic Behaviors Service Area at Baron Center, Inc
Date:4/10/2009

SAN DIEGO, April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Manny Tau has been promoted to the position of Service Area Leader for the Problematic Behaviors (ProBe) Service Area at Baron Center, Inc (BCI). Dr. Tau is a California licensed psychologist (PSY14892) with specializations in clinical & forensic psychology. Dr. Tau is an expert in assessing threats to an organization and active threat management, and has been extensively used as a workplace violence and threat management consultant for many recognized federal, state, county, city, and private organizations nationwide.

Dr. Tau's expertise in threat assessment assists organizations in their efforts to contain and effectively manage potentially violent situations and in implementing appropriate intervention strategies in order to minimize risk to personnel and property. Dr. Tau's background includes bachelor's degrees in Psychology and Biological Sciences, master's and doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology, and extensive clinical and forensic training and services in the private and public sectors. He has received several awards on both the state and county levels for his contributions and efforts in the profession of psychology.

BCI provides a team of nationally recognized experts who special in addressing a broad spectrum of human behaviors in the workplace. Known for pioneering workplace violence prevention programs, BCI is a San Diego-based consulting firm that offers a variety of behaviorally-focused consulting and training services designed to promote peaceful and productive workplaces. With special expertise in behavioral interventions and threat assessment, BCI also focuses on leadership coaching, organizational values and culture assessments and strategic human resources management.

Today, BCI continues to be known for its unique behavioral expertise and has an outstanding reputation for working with human behavior at both ends of the spectrum. Whether
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