Among the many challenges that come with school disruption, Lisa noted that “When routines get swept away, not only do we lose all the good activity that was built into the routine. We also lose the mental ease of not having to decide how to spend one’s time,” in this article by CNN. Read here.
ABC News 5 Cleveland anchor Mike Brookbank featured Lisa in this segment about how she launched the podcast, Ask Lisa: The Psychology of Parenting, when the pandemic created a new set of challenges for parents everywhere. Watch here.
Chicago Tribune columnist Heidi Stevens asked Lisa to share how parents can model a healthy relationship with food, exercise, and weight this holiday season. Read here.
Lisa returned to the studio at CBS Mornings to talk with the anchors about how to make the most of spending holidays with challenging relatives. Watch here.
In honor of the International Day of the Girl Child, Lisa was one of many experts tapped by CNN to offer guidance to parents of girls. You can read her advice on how to raise strong, resilient daughters here.
Journalist Jessica DuLong of CNN conducted a wide-ranging interview with Lisa on topics ranging from stress and anxiety to helping teens live with their gawky brains. Read here.
Lisa and CBS News medical contributor Dr. Tara Narula joined the team at CBS This Morning to answer viewer questions about back-to-school concerns. Watch here.
Journalist Laura Newberry included Lisa’s thoughts in her article on teens’ concerns about how their bodies have changed during the pandemic. Read here.
Lisa talked with the team at CBS This Morning about a new study linking widespread smartphone use to an increase in teen loneliness. She addressed why loneliness levels differ in boys and girls, how the pandemic factors in, and how to help teens who feel lonely. Watch here.