I am available for interviews and consultations to written publications, television and film. In addition to interviews, I have also worked with writers to ensure accurate portrayals of therapists, patients, psychotherapy and mental health issues in television and film.
“Children’s brains aren’t developed for abstract thought, and tolerance is not a table or chair. If you give kids an experience living with different people, tolerance becomes concrete vs. abstract. They can touch it.”
“People are being asked to work more, and that stress is pretty amazing,” said Julie Cohen, a Los Angeles therapist. “Even though they have their jobs, they’re worried every minute that they’re going to lose them.”
"As the internet has become one of the main places that people get their health information, we as health bloggers have a responsibility to help breakdown life changing and life saving information. One thing I learned from this framing session is that we do not blog in a vacuum. Our colleagues read us which keeps us accountable and our clients read us which obligates us to blog ethically."