3 A local licensed psychologist is weighing in tonight on the Jacksonville man seen pushing his son off a skate park ramp ... It's a video that's gone viral. That father went on national television today - and apologized - Tonight we spoke to a psychologist to get his take on the apology and how the family can move forward. Tim Pulliam is LIVE tonight with more. 3 3 The Crossland's say they want to move on from this moment. The psychologist I spoke to here at UF Health says family counseling may be necessary. 3 00-0621-23 QUICK39-4344-50The video might make you cringe, no matter how many times you see it - Even Marcus Crossland admits - its not one of his best moments.recorded pushing his 6-year-old son Dino down a 13-foot ramp at a Jacksonville skate park.Today the boy's parents offered their side of the story on national tv. Marcus Crossland/Parent 00:00:33 "sorry that i made that decision to use that tactic instead of another... sorry for the outcome because of a decision i made my wife and my children and everybody has to deal with it." 00:00:44 Emily White /Parent but you know nothing like that has ever happened before so there isn't anything behind closed doors, or any kind of actions that have been taken anything like that, so its easy to take it out of context for sure." 00:03:49 Dr. David Chesire/Licensed Psychologist 011132 The fact that this happened at all means something went off the tracks here and we need to get it back on, whether that's anger management, frustration tolerance or more effective discipline. This isn't normal and the face that we are talking about this means that this doesn't happen routinely. Dr. David Chesire says as the family should consider counseling as they attempt to move beyond this bad moment in parenting David Chesire/Assistant Professor, Licensed Psychologist 011013 Kids are funny sometimes they bounce right back and hopefully that's what happens, hopefully he's not afraid to go back up there and try this again.011238 Severe discipline is associated with low self-esteem, not developing good coping strategies on your own, low frustration tolerance, we would not want the child to do this to one of his friends. 3 The father says he's lost his job as a result of this viral video.The case is still being reviewed by the State Attorney's Office.