Press and Articles

Dr. Michelle Maidenberg is frequently featured and quoted in national and international media. If you would like to interview her for a podcast, article, video, or have her speak at your event, please get in touch.

To learn more about the most requested topics and get all the necessary information for the interview, check her Media Kit.


TV Appearances

Coming Soon


What is EMDR & How Can it help you? {PPD & PPA} – Tara Gregorio



How to Understand and Manage Anxiety – The Calmer



Psychology Today


Articles in Other Publications

Does Birth Order Determine Your Child’s Personality? – Parents – May 2023
A Therapist’s Reflection in the Face of a Patient’s Death – Pick the Brain – May 2023
Communicating with Anyone Anywhere at Anytime – Win Summit – November 2019
Why Avoiding Anxiety Makes it Worse, and What to do Instead – Anxiety Relief Project – July 2019
How Our Society is Creating Anxious Kids: The Challenges for Parents – Thrive Global – October 2018
Why I’m Unfortunately Not Surprised by More Incidences of School Violence – Hey Sigmund – December 2017
How To Negotiate with Family Members During the Holidays – for Win Summit – December 2017
The growing teen epidemic: Stress – The Hill – April 2017
How Would You React If You Found Out You Were Dying? – Hey Sigmund – September 2015
Helping Kids & Teens to Gain Control Over Their Overeating – Hey Sigmund – Jul 2015
6 Tips for Making BEST Decisions – Hey Sigmund – June 2015
Talk Therapy Can Help Harrison Heal, Say Experts – Harrison Daily Voice – February 2015


Publications in Professional Journals

  • Maidenberg, M. P. (2016). Childhood, Adolescent, and Teenage Obesity: Recommendations for Community Initiatives in Central Harlem. Health and Social Work, 41(2): 85-91. doi: 10.1093/hsw/hlw012.
  • Maidenberg, M. P. (2004). Ethics: Asserting myself: Do I dare? Competence & confidence as a new social worker or student. The New Social Worker, 11(3), 4-5.
  • Maidenberg, M. P. (2004). Considerations in supervision: Conducting child sexual abuse survivor groups. The Clinical Supervisor, 22(2), 81-97.
  • Maidenberg, M. P., & Heft-Laporte, H. (July, 2002). Continuing education: Evaluating, assessing & meeting the needs of our members. Currents of the New York City Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, 45(8), 4, 9.
  • Maidenberg, M. P., & Golick, T. (2001). Developing or enhancing interdisciplinary programs: A model for teaching collaboration. Professional Development in Social Work: The International Journal of Continuing Social Work Education, 4(2), 15-24.
  • Maidenberg, M. P. (September, 2001). Why participate in continuing education? Currents of the New York City Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, 14(1), 1, 8.

In the News – Mentions – Media Appearances

What You Should—And Shouldn’t—Say to a Friend Going Through a Major Illness – SELF Magazine – March 2024
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: What to Know – Forbes – March 2023
Meet the Author of ACE Your Life – Habit Stacker – March 2023
With COVID surging again, here are eight tips to help with your Omicron anxiety – Los Angeles Times – December 2021
The Halloween Candy You Give Out Reveals How Much You Care About Status – HuffPost – October 2021
Why You Should Stop Calling Things You Enjoy ‘Guilty Pleasures’ – Live Strong – July 2021
Why Weight Loss has Little to Do with the Diet you Choose – Bea Better Eating – January 2021
Why I’m Basically Addicted to Donating My Hair – Shape – October 2020
Experts Explain How Lunchboxes Can Help Picky Eaters, Even at Home – Romper – September 2020
How Global Teams Can Play All Out to Win – Go Virtual Assistance – May 2020
6 Ways to Bring More Gratitude into Your Life – Live Strong – June 2020
How to Deal with Job-Search Depression – New York Times – January 2019
7 Reasons Your Gym Buddy Is Totally Awesome – Live Strong – January 2019
Interview with ACBS Member Michelle Maidenberg – Association for Contextual Behavioral Science (ACBS) – January 2019
12 Things Middle Children Need to Watch Out For – Reader’s Digest – August 2018
Inspiration Behind Thru My Eyes – Sanctuary Magazine – February 2018
Ways you could be setting your child up for a weight problem – Desert News – May 2017
Mindful Eating for Your Family – WebMD – June 2016
Coping With Creepy Clown Scares and Other Threats – U.S. News – October 2016
Teaching Children About Mindful Eating – New York Family – August 2016
Single and looking? You’ll need a support group, too – The Washington Post – October 2015
Ask Yourself THESE Questions Every Day to Lose Weight Faster – Prevention – February 2016
Should You Discipline Someone Else’s Child – Parents – August 2015
Are Boys Being Left Behind? – Parent Map – June 2015
When Being Vulnerable Is Important – Good Housekeeping – June 2014
Health Benefits of Holiday Family Get-togethers – My Family Doctor – May 2014
Feeling Blue Can Happen During, after and Even Before Pregnancy – Parenting – May 2014
Parenting After the Death of a Child – Parent Map – May 2014
When Your Child’s Friend Dies – Parents – December 2013
When a Child’s Sibling Dies – Parents – December 2013
When a Child’s Sibling is Sick – Parents – December 2013
Can a workout really make you better in bed? I say definitely yes. And so does my guy. – Cosmopolitan – October 2013
CHANNEL 45 & 76 Health and weight management using Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy – May 2013
Faced up to whatever scares you? Follow our rules to live a bolder, better life. – Fitness – April 2013
Thru My Eyes Nonprofit Organization Creates Professional Videos for the Terminally Ill Who Want to Leave Messages for Loved Ones – Westchester Magazine – April 2013
Perks of Running Solo or Social – Runner’s World – March 2013
Scarsdale’s Thru My Eyes offers goodbyes to last a lifetime – The Scarsdale Inquirer – February 2013
The in-between years: Mature one minute, having a meltdown the next. Welcome to the erratic behavior of a pre-tween. Experts demystify this new phase. – Parents – November 2012
Strength in numbers: Workout partners can help you stay committed to fitness and fun. Here’s what you need to know to form an active pact that works for you. – Experience Life – July 2012
The Name Game – ESPN – December 2011
Making merry: This season, serenity starts at the home. Here’s how to handle five family conflicts that threat to take the happy out of your holidays – Family Circle – December 2011
Sometimes the last thing your friends need is your honest opinion. – LADIES HOME JOURNAL – November 2011
The maybe baby mindset – Women’s Health – October 2011
What gift to bring a child? For a traveling parent, beware acting out of guilt. THE NEW YORK TIMES – January 2011
Very bad behavior: Sure, parents know to expect tantrums and other bratty antics. But biting classmates and annihilating bugs? Find out what to do when your child’s actions start to scare you. – PARENTS – December 2010
Easy, healthy New Year’s resolutions – Family Circle – December 2010
The power of birth order – Parents – October 2010
Risky behavior or typical teen? – The Rivertowns Enterprise – August 2010
The husband whisperer: How understanding your man’s mind can improve your marriage – Woman’s Day­ – June 2010
Gross fun: Why are kids this age attracted to disgusting things? We dug up the dirt and found simple strategies to help you deal. – Parents – May 2010
Get with the program! How to get teens involved in community service – Family Resource NY – April 2010
Go Green – LADIES HOME JOURNAL – April 2010
Ages 11 to 18: Encourage teens to get involved in community service – CAROLINA PARENT – March 2010
Be a Master Multitasker – – March 2010
Hey, mom and dad: Are we cool? Relationships with parents always have room for improvement – CURRENT HEALTH 2 – February 2010
You’ve made your resolutions, here’s how to stick to them – COLLEGE TIMES – January 2010
Dealing with a chatterbox: Why your child won’t stop talking and how to be a good listener – Parenting – June 2009
Project Emotion – Fitness – March 2009
The pros and cons of lending money to a friend or relative and how to do it – THE BALTIMORE SUN – February 2009
Money management secrets of married couples – GOOD HOUSEKEEPING, MAY 2008
Small talk: Want to find out how your child’s day was? These questions will get you the answers you want – PARENTS – April 2008
Benefits of family vacations – SIERRA – March 2008
Are you normal about commitment: Eight “weird” things that are very, very normal – GLAMOUR – January 2008
instein Sleeping – MAXIM – January 2008
How to find time and ways to spend time doing the hobby you love – The New York Times, – December 2007
Successful Socializing: Opening Up the Dialogue with Your Kids – MODERNMOM – October 2007
Health benefits of holiday family get-togethers – FAMILY DOCTOR – October 2007
The Ignored Statistic: Feeling Blue Can Happen During, after and Even Before Pregnancy – PARENTING – October 2007
Parental advice to teenagers who are going on their first date – THE NEW YORK DAILY NEWS – October 2007