In the wake of the NFL's current domestic violence scandal, many teams are scrambling to prevent similar situations. We talked to Dr. Jonathan Fader, a New York-based sports psychologist who works with players to overcome mental adversity that could negatively impact their on-field performance. Dr. Fader said that although professional athletes are paid to display violent aggression on the field, there is no excuse for that behaviour off-the-field. He reveals three specific steps that athletes and non-athletes alike can take to diffuse a potentially dangerous situation. Produced by Graham Flanagan. Follow BI Video: on YouTube
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