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Jan 2019

Video: Columbia Conference on Mental Health Journalism & Media

An interview with Andrew Solomon at a symposium for researchers who communicate with the public on mental health and addiction issues.

Jan 2019

Video: Andrew Solomon and Dr. Michael Wigler Parent Q&A

At a recent screening of “Far From the Tree,” Andrew Solomon and autism researcher Dr. Michael Wigler offer some advice for parents of children who are “different.”

Nov 2018

Video: Andrew Solomon Keynote Address at Cotting School

Andrew Solomon gives the keynote speech at the 2018 Annual Burr Family Conference at Cotting School in Lexington, Massachusetts.

Aug 2018

Video: 2018 Nantucket Book Festival: Andrew Solomon on Illness and Identity

Co-sponsored by Fairwinds — Nantucket’s Counseling Center.

Nov 2017

Far from the Tree Premiere: Q&A with Andrew Solomon & Director Rachel Dretzin

After the premiere of the documentary “Far from the Tree,” director and producer Rachel Dretzin, author and producer Andrew Solomon, co-director and producer Jamila Ephron, and cast members gather onstage for a Q&A.

Oct 2017

VideoOut: The Most Valuable Thing Is Love

Sometimes life is hard, and sometimes you realize you’re living a lie, but that’s why love is the most valuable thing we can have.

Sep 2017

Video: Miami Book Fair: Depression & Anxiety, Examined

At the 2016 Miami Book Fair, Andrew Solomon discusses depression and anxiety with Scott Stossel, author of “My Age of Anxiety: Fear, Hope, Dread, and the Search for Peace of Mind.”

Jun 2017

Video: Going Sane: The Poisonous History of Parent Blame

An excerpt from the new documentary, Going Sane, on the state of mental health care in America

May 2017

Video: How Travel Can Change the World

Andrew Solomon speaks at a World Affairs Council of Philadelphia Young Friends Event, May 15, 2017.

Apr 2017

Video: 2017 NYSAIS Conference Keynote Address

Andrew Solomon discusses the means by which families accommodate children with physical, mental and social disabilities and how these unusual situations can be invested with love.