Rosalind S. Dorlen, Psy.D., ABPP, LLC

Board Certified Clinical Psychologist

specializing in psychological health.

Office is in downtown Summit in Union County in New Jersey.


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Dr. Dorlen's Media Presentations and Interviews


Dr. Dorlen welcomes media interviews to provide information to the public.  On the following list of her interviews (most recent first), those with colored font are links you can click to read the article, hear the audio, or watch the video. 

To help you locate interviews about two currently major topics, those about financial stress are with a light blue background and those about bullying (in schools, social networking sites, and workplace) are with a light purple background.  She also is frequently interviewed about postpartum depression, chronic illnesses, and stress.

Many of these articles were also published in additional venues, such as Aetna InteliHealth, Yahoo, and TwinCities.com.  Dr. Dorlen also was interviewed by ZDF-de, the largest German International Public Broadcasting System, which is available on their web site, with her interview dubbed into German.

Real Simple The Magazine about Winter Blues


The Scott Ventrella Show on  Voice of America about Snooping on Others


Your Mind Your Body about Parents Spying on Their Children and Teens



New Jersey 101.5 about Winter Restlessness and Irritability

Daily Record on ADHD in the Workplace


Home Towne Television 2 videos about Resiliency in Youth and Coping with Chronic Illness


Dr. Dorlen on Credentialing for Students on Youtube.

Dr. Dorlen about Bullying on Youtube.
Dr. Dorlen discussing 9/11 on Youtube.

Webmii resources related to Dr. Dorlen.

"Mommy Isn't Feeling Well Today."  Parents Magazine, September 2010.
Postpartum Depression: An Interview with Dr. Rosalind S. Dorlen, AssociatedContent.com, June 7, 2010.
Hanson, C. (2010). Mad money: Safeguard your marriage from the economy. Family Circle, May, 2010, pp.102 – 107. 

CBS News (April 28 & 29, 2010). Cruel intentions, mean girls. 11 PM News and Good Morning America.


CBS News (April 21, 2010). Renal 3000. Interview about kidney transplantation.


Fios News (April 7, 2010). A 12 Step program to stop bullying in the schools.


AM 770 CHQR (February 15, 2010). You really can be bored to death. Radio interview on Calgary Today.

Yuille, B. (2009). Role reversal in households during the recession. Nightly Business Report on PBS. 
Thai, K.(2009). CEO’s getting psychological help. Fortune Magazine. 
Fios News (December 9, 2009). How to deal with Holiday Stress, Interview on Fios One News.

Reilly, K.M. (2009). Switch off stress. Family Circle, September, 2009, pp.191-194. 

Stapleton, S. (2009). Back to school…with a smile. Overlook View, September, 2009, pp. 9-12. 
Brody, L. (2009). Recession’s toll on children. Chicago Tribune, September 20, 2009. 
NBC News (September 4, 2009). Giving bullies the boot. Interview with Chuck Scarborough.

News Radio KTRH Houston, TX. (June 30, 2009). Is the recession wrecking friendships across the country? Joe Gomez interview.


Day, N. (2009). In tough times, take stock of your mental health. Nuwireinvestor.com. May 12, 2009. 

Hanson, C. (2009). Recession-proof your marriage. Family Circle.  
Beaupre, J. (2009). The happiness recession: Psychology and the economy. Insight,  Vol. 2, Issue 2 Chicago School of  Professional Psychology, Spring, 2009.  
Article Living with Depression in PsychCentral.com, 3/9/09.
News 12 New Jersey (March 5, 2009). How to handle a windfall: Psychological effects of winning. Interview on Evening News.

CNN article, From $80,000 a year to eviction: Hard times in America, 1-28-09.

Martin, S. (2009). How the recession is affecting practitioners – and how they are preparing for possibly tougher times ahead. Monitor on Psychology. Vol. 40, No. 1. January, 2009.
Stern, L.(2009). Killer economy? The deepening recession may lead to growth in suicide rates. Newsweek.com January 19, 2009. 
File, C. (2008). The other crisis: empty wallets and heavy hearts. Public Sector Digest Inc. pp. 15-19,  Winter, 2008.
Wall Street Journal online article, More Ways to Handle Money Stress, 12-11-08.
New Jersey Independent Press article, Avoid Stress to Make the Most of the Season, 12-4-08.
Forbes article, How To Tackle Downturn-Related Depression, 10-30-08.
New York Times article, After the House Is Gone, 10-23-08.
New York Times article, For Young Financiers, Risk Hits Home, 9-19-08.
CNN article, What do you do about post-election blues?,         11-7-08.
International Herald Tribune article,  How to treat a money disorder, 9-25-08.
USA Today article, Financial fears send nation's stress soaring, 9-25-08.
Los Angeles Times, Their 30-minute appointment, 2-29-08.
AARP Bulletin article, Why Money Worries Are Keeping Us Up at Night, 11-10-08.
The Star-Ledger, It's hard to see through stocks' rocky terrain, 10-11-08.
CNN, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, cited Dr. Dorlen as the source of information about emotional fallout of the financial mess in his video about stress and the study of stress conducted by the American Psychological Association,  9-19-08.
Press of Atlantic City article, Finally time to relax?...Are things going to get better, 11-6-08.
HealthTalk.com, Webcast The Benefits of Staying Socially Connected, 12-26-07.
Rutgers University Bloustein Award for Community Service to Dr. Dorlen announced in Rutgers Gazette (see page 2). In addition, from RUTGER'S GRADUATE SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY ALUMNI's publication
Rosalind Dorlen, 1977 Clinical Psychology graduate, Edward Blaustein Alumni Award recipient for distinguished community service  and Peterson Prize winner was interviewed by CNN on Monday, October 6th. The segment will air this Saturday, October 11th at 9:30am on CNN and at 3:30pm on Headline News and again on Sunday, October 12th at 3:30 pm also on Headline News. The topic is stress and the economy.
Citation from the American Psychological Association about some of Dr. Dorlen's recent interviews in the media.
American Psychological Association article on Postpartum Depression, written by Dr. Dorlen, in its publication findapsychologist.org
Depression public awareness campaign, Speak Up when You’re Down. First lady, Mary Jo Codey and Dr. Rosalind S. Dorlen, Psy.D., ABPP announce the Official launch of the Postpartum Depression public and professional awareness campaign, Hackensack University Medical Center.
The Postpartum Depression Initiative, DVD project. Interview about postpartum depression with First Lady, Mary Jo Codey, July 26, 2005.
Channel 12, NJN News, 1010 WINS, The Record, Interview about the public awareness campaign, July 26, 2005.
National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology Legacy of Excellence DVD Series (2005): Celebrating the 30 year anniversary of the National Register and featuring interviews with 18 eminent psychologists.

MSNBC (June 17, 2005). The living donor, Live broadcast discussion of the paired kidney exchange.


Channel 11 News The gift of life. June 10, 2005.


Comcast Channel 8, (October 18, 2005). The Perfect Match Interview about kidney transplantation on Real Life with Mary Amaroso, October 18, 2005.


Wall Street Journal (2005). Interview. When couples differ in age and energy levels. June 24, 2005.


Coping with stress with resilience. Thirty Medical Minutes, Channel 36, November 18, 2004.


Levinson, R. (2004) Jewish Women: Being Resilient in the face of adversity is something Jewish Women know a lot about. Interview on December, 2004.


The juggling act: Stress and time management for women. Thirty Medical Minutes, Channel 36, September 3, 2004.

The “harried” parent. New Jersey 12 News, May 7, 2004.
Developing skills of resilience in coping with chronic illness. Thirty Medical Minutes, Channel 36, April 14, 2004.
How to talk to kids about war. Co-Anchor, New Jersey 12 News. March 21, 2003.

Aftermath to 9/11. The road to resilience. TV Featured guest interview, New Jersey TV News 12. September 11, 2002.   

Everything you always wanted to know about depression but were afraid to ask. TV 36, Summit, NJ. May 8, 2002.
Bullies and their victims. TV Featured guest interview, New Jersey TV 12. April 5, 2002.       
Child abuse.  TV Featured guest interview, New Jersey TV News 12. March 22, 2002.

Beating the holiday blues. TV Featured guest interview, New Jersey TV-12. December 21, 2001.

Coping with the aftermath of 9/11. Featured guest interview, TV-36. December 4, 2001.

Dealing with fears and anxieties about Anthrax and bio-terrorism. TV Guest Interview, New Jersey TV-12. October 10, 2001.

Are your children over-indulged? TV Featured guest interview, New Jersey TV-12. July 30, 2001.
How to talk to your children about the Attacks on America, 9/11. TV Guest Interview, New Jersey TV-12. September 12, 2001.
Bullies, confederates, bystanders, and victims. TV Guest Interview, New Jersey TV-12. March 23, 2001.

Understanding teen pregnancy. TV Guest, New Jersey TV-12. May 25, 2000.

Psychology: talk to someone who can help. TV Panelist, The American Psychological Association’s Public Education Program, Northwest Regional Woman’s Center, Centenary College, Hackettstown, NJ. March 12, 1997.   
Focus on families. Featured TV Panelist, A Community Assistance Conference Co-sponsored by The New Jersey Psychological Association and Overlook Hospital, Summit, NJ.  May 3, 1997.
Great beginnings parenting program. TV Panelist, Overlook Hospital Cable Program: “30 Medical Minutes,” Summit, NJ. April 9, 1997.