Behind the Selfie (in The New York Times) – March

Why It’s Good to Ditch Your Make-up Sometimes (in Shape) – February

Falling in Love with Your Authentic Self (in Psychology Today) – February

In 2018, Professional Women Are Still Judged by Their Appearances (in Recruiters) – February

A Dominatrix Reveals the Secret to Power Dynamics (in Psychology Today) – January


Taking Back the Male Gaze (in Psychology Today) – November

A Higher State (in MOJEH) – October

Eight Reasons to Check the Mirror Before Important Meetings (in Psychology Today)

Why More Women are Happily Going Without Makeup (in Psychology Today)

Five Tips for Embracing your Loneliness (in Aleteia) – July

Why We Should Tell Girls They’re ‘Beautiful’ Less Often (in the Boston Globe)

Can You Get Away with the Make-up Trend at Work? (in INC)

The Daily Meditation You Can Do in Front of the Mirror (in Daily Burn) – May

Professor Tara Well’s Research Offers Pathways to Clarity and Calm (in Barnard Bulletin) – April

How to Stop Criticizing Your Appearance (in Psychology Today)

How to Stay Sane in a World of Crazy News (in Bloomberg) – February


The Mirror Experiment I’m so Glad I Tried (in Refinery 29) – September

Professor Tara Well Leads Research on Mirror Meditation (in Barnard Bulletin) – May

Mirror Meditation Makes Narcissism Mindful (in the New York Observer) – March

Take a Look at Mirror Meditation (in Rubin Museum News)