Join Alison Stewart, host of WNYC’s All of It, for the next installment in her monthly book club series with bestselling author Lori Gottlieb for a discussion of her book, Maybe You Should Talk to Someone.
In the book, therapist Lori Gottlieb learns a lot about humanity, and herself, when a crisis emerges and she decides to get her own therapist. With startling wisdom and humor, Gottlieb reveals our blind spots, examining the truths and fictions we tell ourselves and others as we teeter on the tightrope between love and desire, meaning and mortality, guilt and redemption, terror and courage, hope and change. The book is currently being adapted into an ABC series, starring Eva Longoria.
Get to know Gottlieb and ask her your burning questions about the memoir. Plus, Dr. Gail Saltz shares tips on how to find the right therapist for you. With a musical performance by Jill Sobule.
Grab a ticket for yourself and read along with Alison and Team All of It, or buy a table and get your whole book club to come along!
Join Alison Stewart, host of WNYC’s All of It, alongside bestselling authors and fellow book lovers on the air, online and in person for this monthly book club series. We’ll read books, share our progress on Instagram and gather for monthly evenings in The Greene Space with Alison and a marquee author. You’ll have the opportunity to spend some time with the author and ask your burning questions about the novel.
Lori Gottlieb is a psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, which is being adapted as a television series with Eva Longoria. In addition to her clinical practice, she writes The Atlantic’s weekly “Dear Therapist” advice column and contributes regularly to The New York Times and many other publications. She is also a TED speaker, a member of the Advisory Council for Bring Change to Mind and advisor to the Aspen Institute. A contributing writer for the Atlantic, she has written hundreds of articles related to psychology and culture, many of which have become viral sensations. She is a sought-after expert in media such as The Today Show, Good Morning America, The CBS Early Show, CNN, and NPR’s “Fresh Air.” Learn more at LoriGottlieb.com or by following her @LoriGottlieb1 on Twitter.
Over 10 albums and almost two decades of recording, Jill Sobule has mused on topics such as the death penalty, anorexia, shoplifting, reproduction, the French resistance movement, adolescence and the Christian right. Early hit songs include “I Kissed a Girl” (the original), and “Supermodel.” In 2015, Jill made new fans (as well as some enemies) with her pre-election song, “When They Say We Want Our America Back, What the F*ck Do They Mean?” Her latest record, “Nostalgia Kills” has been on many critics best list. Over the last few years, she has been writing for the theater. NYU in 2018 produced her musical “Times Square”, and in 2020 the Pittsburgh City Theater will debut her one-woman show “F*#k 7th Grade”.
Dr. Gail Saltz is a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry with The New York Presbyterian Hospital and psychoanalyst at The New York Psychoanalytic Institute, best known for her work as a relationship, family, emotional wellbeing, and mental health/wellness contributor in the media where she frequently shares her expertise and commentary on the mental health aspects of current issues and news. She is a bestselling author of numerous books including her most recent, The Power of Different: The Link Between Disorder and Genius, a powerful and inspiring examination of the connection between the potential for great talent and conditions commonly thought to be “disabilities.” Dr. Saltz is the host of the 92Y regular, live Psychobiography series, and she also serves as a Medical Expert for the Physicians for Human Rights. Follow her at @DrGailSaltz