Summary: Looking for an expert to speak on Tokophobia, fear of childbirth

  • Name: Megan Cahn The Bump
  • Category: Biotech and Healthcare
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: The Bump
  • Deadline: 11:00 AM EST – 14 July

Query: I am hoping to find an OB-GYN, psychologist, psychiatrist, and/or therapist who can answer a few questions about tokophobia, the fear of childbirth, for an article I am working on for I am looking for someone to:

  1. Distinguish between the regular fear of childbirth and tokophobia
  2. Discuss the causes and the symptoms
  3. Provide any info on treatments
  4. Provide tips to cope with the fear of pregnancy

Requirements: Must be an OB-GYN, psychologist, psychiatrist, or therapist. Thank you so much!

Summary: 5 Boundaries You Need to Set With Your In-Laws, Therapists Say

  • Name: Kali Coleman Best Life Online
  • Category: Lifestyle and Fitness
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: Best Life Online
  • Deadline: 3:00 PM EST – 14 July

Query: Relationships with your spouse’s parents can be complicated if not managed correctly. With that in mind;

  1. What are five different boundaries people need to be setting with their in-laws?
  2. Why are each of these boundaries important in this type of relationship?
  3. How do you go about setting each of these boundaries?
  4. What should you do if your in-laws are not receptive to this?
  5. Is there anything else you want to add about this topic?

Requirements: Looking for therapists and relationship experts! Please explain how your expertise is relevant to this piece in your response!

Summary: How misinformation about ADHD spread on social media may be harmful

  • Name: Lisa Fields ADHD Online
  • Category: General
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: ADHD Online
  • Deadline: 5:00 PM EST – 14 July

Query: Teens and young adults use TikTok and other social media platforms for social connection and to get information. But misinformation about ADHD and mental health disorders is widespread in TikTok videos, many of which are shot by teens or young adults, not professionals. I’m seeking input from therapists and providers who treat teens and young adults with ADHD who have insights into the ways that social media misinformation about ADHD or mental health conditions are affecting young people.

  1. What do you recommend to patients who are questioning whether the information in a TikTok video is reliable and accurate?
  2. Why do you think so few videos on social media are created by therapists and health professionals?
  3. What criteria can young people use to figure out whether the information in TikTok videos is accurate and reliable?
  4. Are there other online resources that you would recommend to patients for reliable information about ADHD?

Requirements: I’m seeking insights from psychologists, pediatricians, GPs, social workers and other therapists who treat teens and young adults with ADHD, who can answer questions via email this week.

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