Journalist Allison Slater Tate addresses a timely question: How can we ensure that our daughters will tell us if they are subjected to sexual assault or harassment? Lisa, and other experts, weigh in. Read here.
Lisa joins the team at CBS This Morning to consider the question of whether parents should track their teenager’s location. Spoiler alert: Gayle King thinks YES. Watch here.
Journalist Jennifer Breheny Wallace surveys experts on how parents can motivate their children without encouraging perfectionism. Lisa suggests that “When it comes to pushing a child, a parent’s energy should be spent encouraging good study habits, not focusing on shiny outcomes.” Read here.
As part of a series on empowering young women, journalist Lauren Brown featured the incredible work being done at Laurel School. Lisa talked with Lauren about how teachers Shannon Lukz and Chuck Allen are changing girls’ lives with their dedication, creativity, and whole-hearted belief that girls can do anything. Read here.
Lisa was glad to join the many experts who chimed in on Tara Parker-Pope’s article about the impressive activism and awareness of today’s young people. “Those of us who live with teenagers and are around them,” said Lisa, “can see something that is different about this generation.” Read here.
In light of student activism about gun control, Lisa visited CBS This Morning to unpack new research about the long-term benefits of civic engagement among adolescents. Watch here.
In the wake of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida Lisa visited CBS This Morning to discuss the power of teenage activism and what mental health care can, and cannot, do to address gun violence. Watch here.
New research shows that boys often pressure, harass, and even threaten girls for nude photos. As we re-examine the sexual power dynamics between adults, Lisa joins the team at CBS This Morning to talk about how to include teenagers in the progress we are making. Watch here.