Lectures, Seminars & Workshops

Dr. Landau can present in a variety of formats for professional and general audiences. She has worked with Burson-Marsteller and Ketchum, and has delivered plenary talks, seminars and workshops for numerous community-based, academic and healthcare audiences. Her talks draw on the latest evidence as well as her publications yet include lots of popular culture and humor.  Talks are customized for each audience.

Previous audiences include the National Association of Women’s Health Professionals, the YWCA of New York, the Chrysler Corporation, the Massachusetts Psychiatric Society, Health New England, the Association for Women in Psychology, AAUW, Clear Connections College Advisors, Women and Infants Hospital of Rhode Island, the Rhode Island Department of Health, Harvard Medical School and numerous community colleges, public and independent schools parents’ associations, Brown University and The Warren Alpert Medical School programs.

Below is a brief overview of topics often covered for different audiences.

  • How to Help Teens and College-bound Students During and After the COVID-19 Pandemic

Based on the new book, “Mood Prep 101: A Parent’s Guide to Preventing Depression and Anxiety in College-Bound Students, Oxford University Press. (??Chrisà would it makes sense to include the QR code somewhere?

  • Depression and Anxiety in College Students

Based on Mood Prep 101 and  “The emotional toll of the pandemic on teenagers.”

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/mood-prep-101/202008/we-already-had-mental-health-epidemic-among-young-people

and includes an overview of the types of depression, anxiety and other psychological problems that affect today’s students.

  • Social Anxiety in Teens: No Just Shy

Based on Mood Prep 101 and “Not everyone is Happy About the Return to In- Person School

https://www.bostonglobe.com/2021/03/22/opinion/plotting-school-reentry-teens/

and covers diagnosis, treatment and suggestion for parents and teachers.

  • The ABC’s of Psychotherapy: What’s a Family to Do?

Based on comments in article in US News and World Report.

Making Sense of the Alphabet Soup of Psychotherapy.

  • Midlife Mood Mistakes and How to Reclaim Your Emotional Well-Being

Based on Landau C, Cyr MG. The New Truth About Menopause. New York, NY: St. Martin’s Press, 2003

 

To engage Dr. Landau for your next event, please contact her directly via email.

Carol_Landau@Brown.edu
401-578-0632
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Consulting and Clinical Psychologist