Media

Dr. Gross in the MediaDr. Gail Gross is a nationally recognized family and child expert, author, and educator who is frequently called upon by broadcast, print, and online media to offer expert insight on breaking news as well as topics involving family relationships, education, behavior, and development issues.

For more information or to arrange an interview, please contact:

Arlene Howard PR
310-450-1463

While this is not comprehensive, it gives an idea of the variety of experience Dr. Gross has in the areas of national syndication, opportunities for speaking, writing, and media interaction.

TELEVISION


Surviving Grief. Dr. Gail gross shares on her new book The Only Way Out is Through

More Parents Join the Movement to Opt Out of Standardized Tests

Dr. Gail Gross discusses her new book on grief with John Hook on Newsmaker Sunday

When Your Child Wets the Bed

High School and Teen Sex

The Double Standard in Sex Crimes Against Minors

Avoid Thanksgiving Holiday Stress

How to Keep Your Children Safe

High School Hazing

Why Women Stay With Men Who Stray

How to Talk to Your Kids About 9/11

Dream Interpretation

Dr. Gross interviews Quincy Jones on Let’s Talk

Helping Families Cope With Holiday Stress

Between The Lines – Barry Kibrick

PRINT
The Wall Street Journal
The New York Times
The Chicago Tribune
The Boston Herald
USA Today
USA Weekend
The Dallas Morning News
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Washington Times
The National
Times of India
Parent Magazine – Tamekia Reece
MORE Magazine
Family Digest magazine
Family Circle magazine
Parents magazine
Woman’s Day magazine
Good Housekeeping magazine
Parenting magazine
Natural Health magazine
Seventeen magazine
Victoria magazine
The Courant
Local Houston Magazine – Tim Moloney
Time Magazine – Hallie LeVine
People Magazine

ONLINE MEDIA RADIO
Health Central – Carol Bradley Brusack- Grief: The Way to Continue on Is to Work Through It
CNN.com – Jacqueline Howard – How to Recognize the Difference between Healthy and Unhealthy Grieving
Houston Public Media – Abner Fletcher – Mother’s Book on Grieving is Her Love Letter to Late Daugher
ABCnews.com
Huffingtonpost.com
EmpowHer.com
Parenthoodplace.com
Teenagerstoday.com
Parents.com
TheMash.com
Circle
DFW Child
iVillage.com.au
Big City Moms
Ft. Worth Star-Telegram
Reuters.com
Boston Globe
Advice for Parents With Celebrity Obsessed Children – Parents.com
How to Recognize a Gifted Child – AllParenting.com
Teens and Technology: Managing Cell Phone Usage – GeekChicReviews.com
Your Guide to Correct Parenting – The Times of India
Human Behavior and Education Expert Explains Why Teens Need More Sleep – Kidszine.co.uk
Scholastic Parent and Child Magazine
Recruit Study Sapuri (Tokyo)
SingleMomLife.com
VeryWellFit.com
Mr.Dad.com – Armin Brott
Caregiver Space
Parent.com
Dr. Gross is the host of “Let’s Talk,” a weekly call-in radio show on KCOH
KTRH-AM – Houston, Texas
WFTL-AM – Florida
WROC-AM – Boston, Massachusetts
KPAM-AM – Portland, Oregon
Mom Talk Radio
Dr. Mache Seibel
Dr. Gross Discusses Violence on TV – Phillip Tills (CKNW)
Dr. Gail Gross on the Kristen Hagpoian Show
Dr. Gail Gross on The Beauty Essentials Show
Dr. Gail Gross on The Morning Show with Rex Coombs
Dr. Gail Gross on Living Above the Drama with Dr. Georgianna Donadio
Ave Maria Radio Show – Deal W. Hudson
Houston Public Media 88.7 Radio Program – “Houston Matters”
Recovery Innovators Radio – James Healy
Radio Interview – MyNDTalk- Dr. Pamela Brewer
RadioSuzy – Suzy Greenman
WVON (radio) – Mark Wallace
WGSO New Orleans – Jeff Couere – The importance of dreams and dream interpretation.

SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

ASCD (Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development): Communication & Listening
Harvard School of Divinity: Women & Spirituality
HOBY Leadership Conference (Hugh O’Brian Youth): Esteemed member of the panel on Education
HISD (Houston Independent School District): Conflict Resolution
National PTA Conference: Talking to Kids About Drugs
TAGT (Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented): Gifted Underachievers
TSU (Texas Southern University): Successful Women