Dr. Jennifer Hartstein joins NBC News Daily to talk about how you can talk to your kids about losing and how you can teach them how to cope with failure.
Dr. Jennifer Hartstein joins Care.com in a webinar discussing the impact of the Covid-19 closures on kids. Now a few months into the school year, Dr. Jen is here to see how you and your kids are doing.
6 million children and teens are diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and according to the CDC, boys are more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD than girls.
Dr. Jennifer Hartstein, who specializes in psychotherapy in children and adolescents, joins Newsy Morning Rush to talk about what she has seen with social media usage in her psychotherapy practice.
The transition from elementary to middle school can be transformative, from switching classes to interacting with peers on social media. Dr. Jennifer Hartstein discusses ways to effectively communicate with kids about this and what they should expect.
Dr. Jennifer Hartstein joins Care.com in a webinar discussing the impact of the Covid-19 closures on kids. Parents of teens and college kids, this webinar is specifically for you.
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.