Press Room

Jeremy G. Schneider, MFT is a parenting expert, syndicated columnist, and therapist specializing in parenting, relationships and helping people overcome trauma, Post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, and anxiety. He has been interviewed, published and quoted in media throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.

If you need an expert to author or co-author an article or to be interviewed for an article, study, TV or radio show you are working on, contact Jeremy at

TV Appearances/Radio Shows/Podcasts

CJAD Montreal - Helping Children with Stress
CNN: A Special Father's Day Interview
Bloomberg Businessweek: How businesses are marketing to parents
The Today Show: Fathers in the Delivery Room
Lisa Belkin; Sirius/XM Radio: Making Holidays Meaningful



The New York Times: Resolving a Parental Quandary Signs Your Kid is Too Busy
Parents: Wimpy and Whiny: Understanding Emotionally Sensitive Children Things No One Told Us About Having Twins
The Washington Post: Dear Old--Or At Least Older--Dads
NewsDay: A Closer Look At SuperDad Raising A Sensitive Child
Working Mother: Low-Tech Table Tactics When Your Child Cheats, Take A Parental Time Out
McClatchy-Tribune syndication (published in over 20 US newspapers such as Miami Herald, Sacramento Bee, The Charlotte Observer, Kansas City Star) - Watch your children for signs of over scheduling this holiday season
TimeOut Kids: Fathers and Kids Writing
BestLife: Double-Duty Dad and Building Special Relationships
Momarama - Too much media? Managing Kids’ Screen Time
South Florida Parenting: Encouraging Volunteerism in Your Children
San Diego Family: Can Dads Get Postpartum Depression?
Arizona Republic: Native American Dads Realize What Matters
A Potty Training Plan


Published Articles - Help Your Child Conquer Her Fears
ParentGuide News - The Father-Child Connection - Toronto Star - 5 Signs Your Child Is Too Busy
Green Child Magazine - Managing Kids and Technology; The Importance of Family Time
Irving Parent - A Father's Voice including Big Brown Eyes Looking Up At Me, Remembering to Smell the Roses, Parenting Styles, and more
Suburban Parent - A Father's Voice including Big Brown Eyes Looking Up At Me, Daddy's Little Girl, No, Patch, and more
Dallas Child - Sunday Sadness
Kids Pages - Setting Limits and Consequences
Kindred - Mommy Do it
Littlies - 3 Steps to Bridging Long Distance
Parenting Plus - Making My Time Away A Little Easier
North State Parent - A Father's Voice
The Father Life - A Father's Voice
National Fatherhood Initiative
Clever Parents - A Father's Voice
Fatherville - A Father's Voice
Father's Forum - A Father's Voice