I’ve written for dozens of digital publications, including Everyday Health, Health, The New York Times, Parents, Romper, Verywell Mind, and WIRED. You can find a few of my favorite articles below or click here to browse them all.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
What To Expect When You’re Expecting The Worst
People who have lost pregnancies often emotionally distance themselves when they become pregnant again. But is that healthy?
Is Social Media Safe for Kids, Teens? 11 Things Parents and Other Caregivers Should Know
Recent advisories from both the U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy and the American Psychological Association call on stakeholders other than parents to help solve the problem.
7 Ways to Support Your Kid While Waiting for Their First Therapy Appointment
A shortage of mental health care providers and a growing need among kids and teens means long wait times for professional help.
All About Sadness: What Causes It, How to Cope With It, and When to Get Help
Sadness can be a challenging emotion to cope with, but the goal isn’t to avoid it altogether, according to psychologists.
Neurodiversity Therapists Share 10 Tried & True Strategies For All Types Of Kids
The same strategies that help neurodiverse children cope with everyday stimuli can also help kids of all types feel safe and regulated.