Ronald Goldman is a psychological researcher, speaker, writer, and director of the Early Trauma Prevention Center which educates the public and professionals. Early trauma prevention is linked to preventing later violent behavior and has a major role to play in stopping war. Goldman’s work includes hundreds of contacts with parents, children, and medical and mental health professionals. He has a particular interest in perinatal psychology and serves as a peer reviewer for the Journal of Prenatal & Perinatal Psychology and Health. Dr. Goldman’s publications have been endorsed by dozens of professionals in mental health, medicine, and social science. His writing has appeared in newspapers, parenting publications, symposia proceedings, textbooks, and medical journals. He has participated in over 200 media interviews with radio and television shows, newspapers, wire services, and periodicals (e.g., ABC News, CBS News, National Public Radio, Associated Press, Reuters, New York Times, Washington Post, Boston Globe, Scientific American, Parenting Magazine, New York Magazine, American Medical News). Areas of focus: preventing the development of behavior that supports war; psychological origins of violence and war; preventing early trauma that contributes to war.