Dr. Javanbakht spoke with WDET Detroit's NPR Station about the mass shooting at Michigan State University on February 13, 2023.
Dr. Javanbakht discusses the psychology of fear on The Pulse podcast.
Dr. Javanbakht joined New Hampshire Public Radio to discuss the human inclination to pursue entertainment that scares us.
Horror and anguish are playing out on repeat following the latest mass shooting – and the mental health scars extend far beyond those directly affectedEven people who are only indirectly exposed to these repeat tragedies, such as first responders and those affected by media coverage, can experience profound and long-lasting grief.
Wayne State program to offer mental health support for first responders“The trauma and the stress in this population is different than most other people in the way that, if I have a horrible car accident or I may be, let’s say, assaulted," said Javanbakht. "Then I come back to my usual, safe normal life, and I can recover. For these people - it’s every single day.”
Dr. Arash Javanbakht joined 7 Action News May 24, 2022 to talk about coping with school shootings in the wake of the tragedy at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas.
Dr. Arash Javanbakht discusses the impact of war on mental health, in the context of Russia's War on Ukraine, during CNN's One World with Zain Asher.