Dr. Landau gives presentation in a variety of formats for professional and general audiences. Dr. Landau has worked with Burson-Marsteller, Ketchum, Chrysler, Wyeth and numerous academic and healthcare audiences.
For General Audiences:
- How to Help Teens and College-bound Students During a Crisis
Based on new book, “Mood Prep 101: A Parent’s Guide to Preventing Depression and Anxiety in College-Bound Students, coming from Oxford University Press this summer.
Dr. Landau was as a guest on the Perri Peltz Show on SIRIUS XM Radio, discussing the social and emotional well-being of students:
“Sometime students can experience difficulty as they pull away from their parents or begin to see them from an adult perspective. They face numerous academic, social and psychological challenges. Self-regulation problems such as sleep disruption, self-medication with comfort food or alcohol and a lack of exercise also can have a cumulative negative lifestyle effect on college students. Some students do well, but others, especially those who are predisposed to depression or anxiety, might find that those self-regulation issues can lead to significant problems.”
- Depression in College Students
Based on Brown University’s First Mental Health Awareness Day Opens with Lecture by Professor Carol Landau
From the Brown Daily Herald:
“Students heard Dr. Carol Landau discuss how depression affects different genders in her lecture. Women tend to brood over their problems whereas men are better at distraction. Both styles have advantages and disadvantages.”
- Nine Mood Mistakes and How to Reclaim Your Emotional Well-Being
Based on Making Sense of the Alphabet Soup of Psychotherapy., US News and World Report.
- How to Manage Emotional Eating and Develop a Healthy Lifestyle
Popular topic, based on material for Make Your Resolution Wellness, Not Weight Loss.
- Social Support: The Healing Connection
Based on articles from US News and World Report: Some Thoughts on Suicide in Middle-Aged Women and Are Some Age Groups More Prone to Depression Than Others?
“Just talking to someone about your problems, whether it’s a friend, family member, or clergy, can be helpful,” Landau explains. “Community involvement and connecting with other women used to buffer women from depression in the past.” – US News & World Report, October 22, 2018
For Healthcare Professionals:
- Managing Stress, Managing Your Life During Residency Training
- Self-Care During a Crisis: Change and Renewal
Dr. Landau has been an educator and consultant to healthcare organizations for over 3o years. These lectures and seminars are based on her work.