Psychotherapist Dr. Jennifer Hartstein joins Cindy Hsu of CBS New York, who sat down with Dana Tyler to share her personal battle with depression in hopes of helping others who might be going through similar situations.
Psychotherapist Dr. Jennifer Hartstein joins Julie Mason of Julie Mason Mornings on Sirius XM on a rose petal-strewn Valentine's Day broadcast to talk love in the time of COVID.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Jen Hartstein shares on The Doctors that social media creates a breeding ground for the constant need to compare yourself to others. This can lead to many mental health conditions including depression, anxiety, disordered eating and body dysmorphia.
November is all about the word “NO.” It is often challenging to set limits, create boundaries and say no when necessary. This month, the focus is to practice saying no when needed.
An alarming new trend among teenage girls in this country, during the pandemic doctors report an increase in the number of girls who developed tics, similar to those we've seen in Tourette Syndrome (TS).
Every 11 seconds someone dies by suicide. For every completed suicide, there are approximately 25 attempts. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in America. Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death amongst 15-24 year olds. 1 in every 60 Americans is a survivor of suicide loss.
It’s important to be understanding of how your kids feel–even when you don’t get it. As parents, we have all been in the situation where we don’t understand why our child is losing it over something that seems so minor. Here's how to recognize their feelings.
The past year+ has been full of changes for all of us, with a ton of uncertainty tossed on top. One thing I know—change is the only constant and it's happening ALL the time. And, it can really trigger our anxiety.
As part of Mental Health Awareness Month, Carson Daly sits down with kids and experts on TODAY to discuss the toll the pandemic has taken on their mental health.
In the pandemic, many of the traditional measures that indicate a teen is thriving have been rendered irrelevant. Jennifer Hartstein, an adolescent psychologist in New York who specializes in anxiety and depression, said that in the absence of “age-old markers” of wellness, “we have to pivot and look at kids differently.”