Interviews, Talks, Podcasts
I am available to talk to the media about kids and mental health, and respond quickly to journalists. I am also happy to talk to bloggers and podcasters. If you are interested in interviewing me for an article, podcast or radio broadcast, please contact me specifying the topic, your audience, and the timeframe.
I interviewed Dr. Huebner recently for a news story. What a find! She was incredibly knowledgeable, and her on-camera skills were the best I’ve seen. In 15 minutes I had more sound bites than I could use.Rachel Roesler, Freelance Producer
I speak to parents, educators, and mental health professionals from around the world for both live and virtual events. Topics include The Worry Paradox, When Worry Takes Over, When Worry Shows Up At School, Talking to Children About Difficult Events in the World, and more.
Fees for public speaking vary depending on the topic, length, audience, location and format. Please contact me with as much information as possible including the name of your organization, the size and composition of your audience, the format you are envisioning (keynote, continuing education, onstage interview, Q&A, etc.), the topic you are interested in, dates, and your budget for speakers (including travel costs if you are inviting me to a live event). If your budget is modest, you might consider a live-interview or Q&A format, which I am able to offer at a lower cost.
Re-thinking Anxiety (TEDx 2015)
Re-thinking Anxiety (TEDx 2015) describes my path into this work, and gives tips on how to face fear instead of running away. Watch Re-thinking Anxiety (TEDx 2015) now.
We are hard-wired to shrink away from things that might hurt us. That’s a good thing, fighting, fleeing or freezing in the face of danger. But anxiety is about perceived danger, very different from actual danger, and over-responding leads to problems of its own.Dawn Huebner, PhD