Judith hosts Season 3 — “The Future of the Brain” — of the podcast “The World as You’ll Know It.” Listen.
Judith speaks with CNN’s Elissa Strauss about helping middle schoolers get back to “normal” life, and admits that her own social skills have taken a hit.
Judith goes full TMI on the “Marginally” podcast. Listen.
Judith gets to laugh while talking about what adults get wrong about middle schoolers on the “What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood” podcast. Listen.
Judith talks about getting real with Anna Seewald, host of the “Authentic Parenting” Podcast. Listen.
Judith discusses “mean girls,” bullying, and the brain with Dr. Safiya Umoja Noble, Co-Founder and Co-Director of the UCLA Center for Critical Internet Inquiry, as part of the Friends of the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA’s “Open Mind” series. Watch
Judith talks about “that article” for adolescents getting through the pandemic with Liz Gumbinner on the “Spawned” podcast. Listen
Judith discusses And Then They Stopped Talking to Me: Making Sense of Middle School with PBS Books. Watch
Author and media expert Devorah Heitner talks to Judith about “Meeting ‘Your Own Inner Middle Schooler,” in the L.A. Review of Books. Read
Mind Matters editor Gareth Cook interviews Judith about And Then They Stopped Talking to Me: Making Sense of Middle School for Scientific American.
Judith shares the screen with novelists and fellow DC Writers Room members Lauren Francis-Sharma and Carolyn Parkhurst to discuss early adolescence over centuries and across cultures at the Writers Center of Bethesda. Watch
Judith discusses And Then They Stopped Talking to Me: Making Sense of Middle School with Peggy Orenstein, author, most recently, of Boys & Sex, “at” Politics & Prose Bookstore via P&P Live. Watch
NPR’s “All Things Considered” interviews Judith about And Then They Stopped Talking To Me: Making Sense of Middle School. Listen
The New York Times Book Review features a glowing review of And Then They Stopped Talking to Me: Making Sense of Middle School. Read
And Then They Stopped Talking to Me becomes a New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice selection.
Judith writes about why being home with middle schoolers might not be all bad in the New York Times Sunday Review. Read
Judith writes a few weeks later about why parents of middle schoolers have it extra-tough under Covid-19 in Time Magazine. Read
Judith discusses And Then They Stopped Talking to Me: Making Sense of Middle School with educator Ben Gott, hosted by the Pequot Library, via Facebook Live. Watch
Newsweek excerpts And Then They Stopped Talking to Me: Making Sense of Middle School. Read
Judith is interviewed by Louis Eppel of BYU Radio. Listen
Judith appears at Random House’s Big Ideas Night. Watch
Judith was named a Journalism Fellow by the Women Donors Network’s Reflective Democracy Campaign.
Judith joined the board of the REACH Institute.
Judith spoke about journalism, community and mental health stigma at the 2014 Rosalynn Carter Symposium on Mental Health Policy. Listen.
Judith received a Rosalynn Carter Fellowship for Mental Health Journalism.
Judith was named a Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress.
Judith became an Ideas columnist for Time.com
We’ve Got Issues: Children and Parents in the Age of Medication won the Friends of Children’s Mental Health Media Award from the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
We’ve Got Issues won the Changing Lives Award from the Parent/Professional Advocacy League
We’ve Got Issues won the Outstanding Media Award for Science and Health Reporting from the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
Judith spoke with Dr. Tony Rostain and Dr. David Rubin on Dan Gottlieb’s “Voices in the Family” on WHYY. Listen
Judith was interviewed by Dr. Thomas Insel, Director of the National Institute of Mental Health, about We’ve Got Issues. Watch
The Washington Post reviewed We’ve Got Issues. Read
The New York Times reviewed We’ve Got Issues. Read
Judith discussed We’ve Got Issues with author Caitlin Flanagan at The Writer’s Bloc in Los Angeles. Watch
Judith wrote on “Kids, Meds and and Mental Health” on cnn.com. Read
Judith became a Contributing Columnist for The New York Times.
Judith became the host of “The Judith Warner Show” for XM Satellite Radio
Judith was awarded a Knight Science Journalism Fellowship at MIT.
The Washington Post profiled Judith in “Too Perfect.” Read
“Fresh Air” featured Judith on Motherhood in the Age of Anxiety. Listen
Judith spoke at the Library of Congress’ National Book Festival. Watch
Judith appeared on a panel with Sheila Weller, Patricia Bosworth, Joanna Smith Rakoff and Emily Gould at the 92nd Street Y. Watch