In addition to Dr. Zucker’s clinical work and writing, she advises and is interviewed globally for projects that center around pregnancy loss, maternal mental health, and transitions in motherhood.
Jessica has been featured on TV, radio, podcasts, webinars, documentary film projects, as well as engaged in various speaking engagements:
An Invitation to Grieve
Coffee + Crumbs
Every Mother Counts
Good Morning America
One Bad Mother
Stuff Mom Never Told
The Birth Hour
The Birthful Podcast
The Mental Illness Happy Hour: Named one of the Top Ten Podcasts by The Onion’s A.V. Club. Dr. Zucker’s first episode was named one of the best podcasts by The Onion and voted #1 by listeners. This episode was also mentioned in The Atlantic.
Dr. Zucker returned to the show a second time. This episode was also named one of the best podcasts by The Onion. Jessica’s 3rd time on the show focused on her own experience of miscarriage.
In connection with the launch of the pregnancy loss cards in 2015 as well as the rainbow tees in 2016, Dr. Zucker has been interviewed by hundreds of media outlets, such as: TIME, CNN, Marie Claire, Women’s Health Magazine, Yahoo!, BuzzFeed, People Magazine, TODAY.com, Cosmopolitan, Real Simple, Refinery29, Upworthy, Mashable, US Weekly, The Huffington Post, USA Today and others.
American Psychological Association Division of Psychoanalysis in New York City
American Psychological Association’s Division of Psychoanalysis conference in Chicago
Expecting the Unexpected When You’re Expecting
Institute for Girls’ Development
Museum of Motherhood in New York City
PBS This Emotional Life at the Paley Center for Media in New York City
William Alanson White Institute in New York City