Dr Banks was interviewed by reporter PJ Madam for a segment on 'Extreme Parenting', a new trend that sees parents take their children abseiling, canyoning and mountain climbing at ages as young as three years old. The segment aired on Channel 7's Sunday Night and on Sunrise.
Dr Banks provides opinion as a panellist on Network Ten's morning show, Studio 10 on the psychological effects of the Sydney Siege. Footage courtesy of Network Ten Australia, 16th December 2014.
Interview of Dr Banks by 2SER's Sarah Chlala for the station's health and lifestyle program Panacea, discussing issues related to the modern daily grind.
Article by Briana Auerbach of The Daily Telegraph featuring Dr Banks, entitled "Thrills and spills a rite of passage for children", discussing anxiety disorders in Australian children.
Report by Mike Duffy of Channel Seven News Sydney, featuring Dr Banks, discussing the potential detriments of families using GPS technology to track their children.
Interview with Dr Banks on Channel Seven's The Morning Show, talking about anger, methods of managing anger, and how anger management issues, both your own and those of others, should best be dealt with.
Article for the March 2011 issue of Good Health Magazine on boosting energy, featuring Dr Banks, entitled "Instant Energy Boosters".
Transcript of an interview with Dr Banks, member of the Federal Government Attorney-General's Dept. National Intercountry Adoption Advisory Group for Mark Colvin at ABC Radio National, on the topic of changes to our overseas adoption process.
Report by Ruth Pollard of The Sydney Morning Herald featuring Dr Banks entitled "Jerk on the Line", following an angry outburst by actor Russell Crowe.