Shore said he would have no more to say about the case.
“The only three people who truly know what happened in the house were the three people in the house,” he said, and they are dead.
This all-inclusive approach lends well to providing practical, real-life, actionable solutions, as they are mined from her personal and professional history and interests.
Jamie’s own experiences when it comes to juggling marriage, work, family, and personal interests, give her an effective and robust perspective to help individual clients and couples facing a multitude of issues.
“We have no indication to say that this act was anything but random.
“As far as speculating what was going on in Mooney’s mind, it would be disingenuous to try and do that,” he added.
Hours after his death, investigators found the Roys’ missing Ford Edge SUV in Northeast Philadelphia with Mooney’s cellphone inside.
Her areas of interest include, but are not limited to, helping individuals, couples, or families with: pre-marital counseling, restructuring ineffective communication patterns, working through infidelity, becoming new parents and adjusting to a new normal, helping parents manage through difficult life transitions from having infants to toddlers to teenagers to young adults, developing skills to manage financial challenges, redefining career aspirations and goals, assisting parents in establishing boundaries for children, entering the empty nest phase of life, and blended family issues.
Jamie will graduate in May 2019 with a Master of Arts in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling and Therapy from The College of New Jersey.
Hours before he killed the Roys, Mooney was a suspect in another crime, a car theft at a Speedway gas station in Richboro. The Roys’ family is holding a viewing for relatives and friends Tuesday night at St. After a Funeral Mass Wednesday, the couple will be buried at Resurrection Cemetery in Bensalem.
The families of Christina and Tyler Roy were torn apart in a callous act of violence two months ago.