Summary: Article on narcissistic family structure

  • Name: Susan Fishman Psych Central
  • Category: Biotech and Healthcare
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: Psych Central
  • Deadline: 12:00 PM EST – 10 May

Query: Hello, I’m working on an article about narcissistic family structure and would like input from a professional with experience in this area. My questions include:

  1. What is a narcissistic family structure? What are common signs of a narcissistic family? What are the typical narcissistic family roles/titles?
  2. What are the effects of growing up in an arcissistic family? How can it affect your mental health?
  3. What are tips for coping with narcissistic family dynamics?
  4. Thank you for your help!

Requirements: We are looking for certified and/or licensed mental health professionals with experience working with people/families with narcissism or NPD. We will also need:

  1. Your title and degree (e.g, PhD or MD)
  2. Where you practice (town and state)
  3. License number (we won’t publish but it helps us know you’re active and licensed)
  4. Website (professional practice and/or academic site. No directories or stores. LinkedIn as a
    last resource)

Summary: Can a therapist break confidentiality?

  • Name: Esmeralda Baez Health Digest
  • Category: Biotech and Healthcare
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: Health Digest
  • Deadline: 1:00 PM EST – 10 May

Query: I need help with the following questions;

-What is considered confidential while in therapy?
-Can a therapist break confidentiality? If so, when is it considered appropriate to break it?
-When does breaking confidentiality become a little more uncertain?

Requirements: Licensed therapists and please include your license number.

Summary: 5 Easiest Ways to Flake Without Offending Someone

  • Name: Kali Coleman Best Life Online
  • Category: Lifestyle and Fitness
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: Best Life Online
  • Deadline: 1:00 PM EST – 10 May

Query: Sometimes we get invited to events we don’t want to go to or agree to plans we no longer feel like doing on a particular day. In light of that;

  1. What are five different ways that you can easily “flake” without offending someone?
  2. Why are each of these some of the best ways you can cancel plans last minute?
  3. Why do people often get offended by people canceling plans last minute? Should you avoid canceling plans last minute when possible?
  4. Is flaking always a bad thing or are there times when people might need to cancel last minute? -What else do you think people should know about this topic?

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

Summary: Seeking researcher/psychologist for a story on critical thinking

  • Name: Alyse Kalish The Muse
  • Category: Business and Finance
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: The Muse
  • Deadline: 7:00 PM EST – 10 May

Query: I’m looking to chat with an expert on critical thinking skills who can speak to what they are, the types of critical thinking skills you can build, the benefits of being a good critical thinker (particularly in the workplace), and how you can develop/improve upon these skills.

Requirements: Researcher/psychologist/authors with experience in this subject

Summary: Do Heterosexual Relationships Only Work If The Man Likes The Woman More?

  • Name: Abby Zinman Her Campus
  • Category: General
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: Her Campus
  • Deadline: 9:00 PM EST – 10 May

Query: Looking for a relationship/psychology expert to answer this question for me! Although this may seem like an odd question to be asking, I’ve found this to be true in my experience – as have tons of users on social media and online — and I’d love to get an expert’s opinion. You can answer the questions below:

  1. Is it ever true that relationships work best when the man loves the woman more (e.g. early stages of the relationship, younger couples, etc.)? Why or why not?
  2. What are some fundamental differences in the ways men and women act in relationships, and how might these lead us to believe that men should love women more in a committed relationship?
  3. How could a woman go about determining if their partner loves them “enough” for the relationship to last?

Summary: Psychologists and/or media experts to discuss the ethics of covering mental health as a journalist

  • Name: Sakshi Udavant NBCU
  • Category: Entertainment and Media
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: NBCU
  • Deadline: 11:00 PM EST – 10 May

Query: Looking for psychologists and/or media experts that can talk about the ethics of covering mental health as a journalist. The story would discuss words not to use regarding mental health (unhinged, crazy, insane, etc.) and how and when to discuss someone’s mental state.

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