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CBS This Morning

Clinical psychologist Dr. Wendy Mogel says that while many parents try to be their child's best friend, that should not be the goal. In her new book, Voice Lessons for Parents, she says that using certain communication techniques can help kids be successful.

The Today Show

Clinical psychologist Dr. Wendy Mogel and Jessica Lahey from The New York Times explain how parents can raise trailblazing kids by helping them create problem-solving strategies.

The tricky task of raising teens

Dr. Mogel talks with Ann Curry and gives some perspective on the challenges of being a parent to teenagers.


A truthful (and humorous) take on the current state of adolescence.

Young Minds Conference

The Young Minds Conference in Sydney, Australia was a forum of leading thinkers, including His Holiness the Dalai Lama, that explored the vital issues facing our youth today.

The Ben Franklin Effect

How can you turn friends and haters into active supporters? Implement a radical technique called “The Ben Franklin Effect.” Dr. Mogel discusses this phenomenon in a Tedx at the Burning Man festival.

The A List with Alison Lebovitz

Alison Lebovitz sits down with Dr. Mogel in her weekly interview series on PBS.