Information about my research is available through my Google Scholar page. The podcast I co-host is called Psychodrama, and the Psychology Today blog I write is called Out of the Ivory Tower. Below are links to podcasts and articles that I was interviewed for, featured my research, or that I wrote.
Podcasts & Internet Shows
Hope Illuminated: Coping with Suicidal Thoughts–A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach
Heard Tell: Good For Your Mental Health
Before You Kill Yourself: 4 Ways to Find Hope and Prevent Suicide
Half Hour of Heterodoxy: How to Help Students During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Mxiety Level Up Your Brain – Diagnosing Fictional Characters
Suicide ‘n’ Stuff
#SPSM Chat: How Eating Disorders Might Lead to Suicide
Singal-Minded Conversations: On Suicide Research, The Campus Culture Wars, And Florida’s Endearing Weirdness
Half Hour of Heterodoxy: Can Offensive Political Speech Cause Trauma?
Flash Forward: Farm to Tablet
Culturally Determined: Psychology and Pop Culture
CXMH: Diagnosing Darth Vader
No Restraints with Rudy Caseres
How to Help a Friend through a Tough Time, according to a Clinical Psychologist
6 Great Mental Health Moments in BoJack Horseman’s 6th Season
3 Things to Like/Dislike about Joker’s Mental Health Depiction
When New York Pizza Became Better Than Chicago Pizza
Emotion Regulation and Eating Disorders
Eating Disorders and Suicide
Teens are Increasingly Depressed, Anxious, and Suicidal. How Can We Help?
Teen Girls are Now Poisoning Themselves at Alarming Rates. There Are Ways To Help.
A Promising New Clue to Prevent Teen Suicide: Empower Adults Who Care
How Jedi Counsel Brings Together Suicide Prevention, Mental Health, and Popular Culture
How America Fails People of Color with Eating Disorders
In Lieu of Candy, Woman Handing Out This Letter That Says Child Is Fat