Press and Media


Nearly 10 years after the Boston Marathon bombing, a survivor and her congresswoman fight for healing. . . 


A crisis is a time to react and let your training kick in. There is little opportunity to ponder who the audiences are . . .


Rising through resilience. Five things you can do to become more resilient.



Finding mental health help isn’t easy after events like the Boston Marathon bombing. Ayanna Pressley wants to…

“Survivor of Boston Marathon bombing talks mental health, mass violence . . .”
“Witness to Boston Marathon Bombing Speaks of Silent Wounds”
“Emotional Scars Remain for Marathon Bombing Witness”
“How to Be There for Someone Who Survived a Horrible Trauma”

“Some Survivors of the Marathon Bombing Feel Slighted by the City”

“For Some Boston Bombing Victims, Psychological – Not Physical – Wounds Linger”


Isolation, Mental Health and Feeling Invisible after Suffering Trauma

Trauma & Resilience w/ Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor

Empathy Strategies and Mental Health Tips (200th episode celebration)

Finding the Path to Healing After the Boston Marathon Bombing

Resilient Living 101

Violence & Trauma Healing Advocate

Reflecting on 2020 / Shaving Off Stigma

Surviving the Boston Marathon Bombing

PTSD: Not All Injuries are Physical

PTSD: I Still Struggle to Believe That Really Happened

Emotional and Psychological Trauma After an Act of Violence

The Physical and Mental Toll of Mass Violence


Making Invisible Trauma Visible: A Survivor’s Story

Why would anybody want to hear my story? 

The Emotional Toll of Mass Violence