In the Media

I'm a regular on the Tim Ridley Show (SiriusXM CH 128) where I talk about managing stress, anger, and relationships. I enjoy taking calls live on air and helping to guide those callers through their difficult struggles.  These segments are aimed specifically for my truck driver clients (www.TruckerTherapy.com) who face special challenges because they are away from home for such long periods of time.

 

 

I'm a regular guest who speaks from a therapist’s perspective on Dr. Will Miller’s podcast, Dr. Will’s Neighborhood.

I met Dr. Will Miller a few months ago when he joined me on the Board of Mental Health America.  You may recognize him as a regular on The Bob and Tom Show.  According to his website, “He is a recognized expert in the area of stress & coping, interpersonal relationships, organizational health and workplace culture. A therapist and teacher at Purdue University, he lectures at the schools of Organizational Leadership, Management and Mass Communication on the social environment of the workplace and the impact on productivity.”

 

It is quite exciting to discuss relevant therapy and mental health topics.  To keep things interesting, you can submit a question (anonymously) and we may discuss it on air and give you an answer on an upcoming podcast.

 

 

I've been featured in these articles:

Journal and Courier Article- Dating choices may have evolved from mate choice copying

Journal and Courier Article- Cupid, draw back your (online) bow...

Journal and Courier Article- Commute times longer for residents who leave the county

Journal and Courier Article- Couples share their love stories for Valentine's Day

Journal and Courier Article-  Greater Lafayette blogger: Buck Black

Journal and Courier Article-  Fathers, sons and stress

Journal and Courier Article-  Research shows loneliness can be contagious

Journal and Courier Article- MARRIED...

Journal and Courier Article-  After decades apart, local couples reconnect

 

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