J. W. Freiberg serves as a consultant to mental health clinicians and corporations on the topic of chronic loneliness and workplace culture and is often invited to speak on radio and podcasts about these topics. Transcripts from recent National Public Radio and podcast broadcasts can be accessed by the following links:
Here you’ll find media coverage of Surrounded by Others and Yet So Alone and interviews with author J.W. Freiberg. You can listen to the episodes by clicking on the descriptions below the images of the show.
To arrange an interview with Dr. Freiberg, please contact:
Leslie Wolfe Arista, Mediabuzz Publicity
2. December, 2016 Panel Interview with Amy Banks, M.D. (Harvard Medical School), Alex Pentland, Ph.D. (M.I.T.) and Alexander Nehamas, Ph.D. (Princeton University) on The Cambridge Forum (for WGBH Radio, Boston and syndicated NPR stations throughout the country, click below.
Global News Radio 640 Toronto – “The John Oakley Show” *(scroll down to WEEKEND EDITION MAY 24th, J.W. Freiberg Interview is at the 26-minute mark)
Understanding Loneliness During COVID-19: Legal Toolkit host Jared Correia delves into this topic with J.W. Freiberg who authored the book, “Surrounded by Others and Yet So Alone: A Lawyer’s Case Stories of Love, Loneliness, and Litigation.” Terry shares insights from his writing and discusses how the pandemic affects loneliness in both lawyers and society at large.
Did you know that 47 percent of adults in American are affected by loneliness? And now that the COVID-19 pandemic has only exacerbated this health threat, Princy Mathew sits down with Dr. J.W. Freiberg to discuss his book Surrounded by Others and Yet So Alone and how we can help our patients who suffer from chronic loneliness.
The Host of the Psych Central Podcast Gabe Howard interviews Dr. J.W. Freiberg, a social psychologist-turned-lawyer. Chronic loneliness is on the rise. But how can this be when we’re more connected now than ever? In this show, Freiberg explains that loneliness is not an emotion like happiness or anger. It’s a sensation like hunger or thirst.
NAMI Hunterdon On Air: “Mental Health Matters” podcast (produced by the Hunterdon Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with NAMI Hunterdon County): One-hour, live phone interview on Monday, June 1 @ 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. EST; host: Larry Cartwright, VP of NAMI Hunterdon County, New Jersey. (available to Chamber members)
Sirius XM Doctor Radio – Channel 110 – “Psychiatry” (powered by NYU Langone Health): Onehour, live interview with Michael Aronoff, MD of NYU Langone Health; Tuesday, May 26, 2020. (This is a subscription service, so no link is being made available to us.)