Work With Lynne

Lynne Griffin RN, MEd is a content expert on health, education, parenting, and mental health. She’s been interviewed as an expert for numerous national and regional television and radio outlets and for print publications such as, Parents, Salon, Redbook, Good Housekeeping, Parenting, Seattle Times, and Family Circle, to name a few. Lynne has written front of book pieces for Parents and Parenting, and has written features and essays for Scholastic Parent & Child, Library Journal, Writer Magazine, Kid’s Growth, Babble, Psychology Today, Brain, Child, and Lit Chat.

If you’d like Lynne to write for you, contact her at [info @ Lynne Griffin dot com] or call 781-545-6585. To learn more about her freelance writing, click here.

Freelance Writing | Content Marketing

Freelance Writing | Content Marketing

Lynne Griffin RN, MEd is a content expert on health, education, parenting, and mental health. She’s been interviewed as an expert for numerous national and regional television and radio outlets and for print publications such as, Parents, Salon, Redbook, Good Housekeeping, Parenting, Seattle Times, and Family Circle, to name a few. Lynne has written front of book pieces for Parents and Parenting, and has written features and essays for Scholastic Parent & Child, Library Journal, Writer Magazine, Kid’s Growth, Babble, Psychology Today, Brain, Child, and Lit Chat.

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Books Lynne co-wrote—

  • Transition Planning for Adolescents with Special Health Care Needs and Disabilities [Stephanie Porter, Linda Freeman, Lynne Griffin]
  • The Truth about Family Life [Renee Despres, William Kane, Lynne Griffin]
    Children and Youth Assisted by Medical Technology in Educational Settings [with Stephanie Porter]
  • Bright Futures: Guidelines for Health Supervision of Infants, Children, and Adolescents [American Academy of Pediatrics, Maternal Child Health Bureau, Georgetown University]

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For over twenty years Lynne has worked with Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Children’s Hospital, Boston writing patient education materials in the form of newsletters, website content, and book-length works.

Her Nonfiction Clients Include—

  • Henry De Sio, Deputy Chief of Staff for President Barack Obama [The Changemaker Playbook, in development]
  • Jose Sierra, Lead Council for key government witness in FIFA scandal [Foul Play, in development]
  • Jennifer De Leon, former Writer-in-Residence Boston Public Library [Wise Latinas: Writers on Higher Education, University of Nebraska Press]
  • ML Nichols, Nationally recognized expert on parent-professional partnerships [The Parent Backpack, Ten Speed Press]
  • Katie Naftzger, Psychotherapist and expert on adoption [Parenting in the Eye of the Storm: The Adoptive Parent’s Guide to Navigating the Teen Years, Kingsley Publishers]

Her Fiction Clients Include—

  • Jael McHenry—The Kitchen Daughter (Simon & Schuster)
  • Clara Silverstein—Secrets in a House Divided (Mercer University Press)

Her Strategic Marketing Clients Include—

  • Celeste Ng—Everything You Never Told Me (Penguin)
  • Christopher Castellani—All This Talk of Love (Algonquin)
  • Annie Weatherwax—All We Had (Scribner)
  • William Dameron—The Lie (Little A)

Proactive Parenting Series South of Boston ~ Beginning October 3rd

Parenting Series 2017 (1)

Let’s Talk About Adolescent Mental Health

HOST A PARENT/TEACHER/TEEN BOOK DISCUSSION

Recognized expert on family relationships, Lynne Griffin will facilitate a discussion of her new novel Girl Sent Away using the companion guide Let’sTalk About It: Adolescent Mental Health. The guide includes conversation starters, discussion questions, and additional books and films parents and teens can read and watch together to keep the lines of communication open, effective, and engaging.

SCHEDULE A PARENT OR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Tailored to meet your educational initiatives and to suit your parent, faculty, and student population, Lynne Griffin is available to assist you with:

  • strategic implementation of Let’s Talk About It: Adolescent Mental Health
  • curriculum mapping for social-emotional learning
  • coaching and program development for interpersonal leadership and communication
  • consultation for working with complex families.

ADOPT GIRL SENT AWAY INTO THE CURRICULUM

Lynne’s nonfiction guide, Let’s Talk About It: Adolescent Mental Healthprovides information and activities a school may use to positively impact adolescents’ knowledge, skills, and attitudes about emotional well-being. With a focus on curriculum integration, each literacy, health, and social-emotional learning module includes:

  • Overview & objectives
  • Essential questions
  • Activities/projects/assignments
  • Select STEAM mapping opportunities
  • Discussion questions related to the novel
  • Resources for further exploration

 Email Events [dot] LynneGriffin [dot] com today to discuss your program needs.

Adolescent Rebellion

Lynne talks about adolescent rebellion on Fox Morning News

The Story Behind Sea Escape

Entertainment Weekly says, “SEA ESCAPE is a multigenerational saga that will pluck the heartstrings.

Books on my Nightstand

Lots of readers ask me what I read for pleasure. Favorite books. Go to authors. I read almost every genre and I read a lot, so I thought I’d give you a glimpse inside my reading list. I’ll try to post selections once a month and I welcome you to share what you’re reading too.

Here is my Just finished ~ Reading now ~ On deck list. Enjoy!

Literary suspense story about a father's search to understand his son's decision to murder a politician.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A fractured family comes together after the mysterious disappearance of a husband and father.

A woman believes she can rescue her overweight unhealthy brother from his destructive ways, at the expense of her marriage.