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Shoplifting: An Important (and Neglected) Clinical Issue

The Seven Types of People Who Shoplift and Why They Do It

Terrence Daryl Shulman • 6/20/2017

By Terrence Daryl Shulman - The American Society of Employers reports that 20 percent of every dollar earned by an American company is lost to employee theft, to the tune of $53 billion per year. Most shoplifters steal out of feelings of anger, loss, disempowerment, and entitlement, and many become addicted. So why is this an important—and neglected—issue for clinicians and others in the mental health fields?

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Something For Nothing

Terrence Daryl Shulman • 7/1/2007

Shoplifting, now a worldwide epidemic, is curiously neglected by the mental health field.

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Shoplifting: An Important (and Neglected) Clinical Issue

The Seven Types of People Who Shoplift and Why They Do It

Terrence Daryl Shulman • 6/20/2017

By Terrence Daryl Shulman - The American Society of Employers reports that 20 percent of every dollar earned by an American company is lost to employee theft, to the tune of $53 billion per year. Most shoplifters steal out of feelings of anger, loss, disempowerment, and entitlement, and many become addicted. So why is this an important—and neglected—issue for clinicians and others in the mental health fields?

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In Consultation

Something For Nothing

Terrence Daryl Shulman • 7/1/2007

Shoplifting, now a worldwide epidemic, is curiously neglected by the mental health field.

Magazine Article
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Terrence Daryl Shulman is the founder/director of The Shulman Center for Theft Addictions and Disorders in the Detroit area. A therapist, attorney, consultant, and professional coach, he's the author of "Something for Nothing: Shoplifting Addiction and Recovery" and "Biting the Hand That Feeds." He's the founder of www.shopliftersanonymous.com and www.employeetheftsolutions.com.