Forum with Michael Kransy of KQED, NPR Public Radio welcomed Dr. Christina Villarreal as a guest speaker on the episode Moving On After a Break Up … And Why It’s Too Painful for Some of Us on February 12, 2016. With host Mina Kim: A new Stanford study published in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin uncovers why some people have more trouble recovering from breakups than others. Listen to the entire episode here.
Dr. Christina Villarreal weighs in on The TD Jakes Show on an episode discussing the unfair sexualization of girls and the double standard they face in a society that shames them for their bodies. You can see the full clip here
Dr. Christina Villarreal was a featured expert in CBS San Francisco Bay Area’s spotlight column on career development, where she shared her educational path and career choices. San Francisco Mental Health Expert Succeeds In A Variety Of Roles
Dr. Christina Villarreal was featured in Lifetime Movie Series “Killer Kids” : Bernadette Protti. This series is a terrifying and fascinating journey into the disturbing lives of children who commit acts of murder. Through first hand eyewitness accounts, psychological investigation, and edge of your seat re-enactments, the series explores what motivates a child to engage in horrific, sometimes unbelievable criminal acts. The video segments below are of Dr. Villarreal’s commentary on the case, who provides a framework for understanding what pushes some people to kill. The full story can be seen here in the second half of Killer Kid’s episode #12 of Season 4, titled “Rumors and The To Do List“.
Dr. Christina Villarreal was featured on Oxygen Television Series: Snapped! Killer Couples: Dawn Godman and Justin Helzer. This is an American television series currently airing on the Oxygen Network. The program details couples who commit crimes together. The program is a spin-off of the Oxygen series Snapped and has a similar format to the Investigation Discovery program Wicked Attraction. The show is currently in its third season, which began airing in June 2014.
Dr. Christina Villarreal was featured on a nationally televised news segment, weighing in on why some people are prone to hoarding tech devices such as iphones, tablets, laptops and more. This segment aired on ABC, NBC, FoxNews, CBS and other major news media networks in The United States.
Dr. Christina Villarreal is interviewed by Kymm Wilson on Ground Level Perspective, a Bay Area based television show in Northern California. The following 3 videos depict Dr. Villarreal discussing her path of higher education, her association with the sorority Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc. and utilizing mentors and professional networking in her community. Video clips can be viewed here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3