Eleanor Bobrow talks about ways to identify the autism spectrum and methods of helping children to cope. Her guest is Todd Bennett, Co-Founder and Director of Operations of the Center for Assessment and Treatment in Hackettstown, New Jersey.
Eleanor Bobrow welcomes three guests from the Easton's Angels organization--dedicated to helping special needs students integrate and feel accepted with other school students: President/creator and recent Easton Area High School graduate Alexa Olah, upcoming President Mary Happel, and Secretary Sarah Timberman.
Eleanor Bobrow welcomes author, counselor, and social worker Julie Tallard Johnson to the studio whose latest book, The Zero Point Agreement--How to Be Who You Already Are, is the result of 35 years of studying the scientific basis of thought transformation, inspiration, and creativity--drawing from influences such as teachings of the Dalai Lama and physicist David Bohm.
Host Eleanor Bobrow explores the fascinating subject of supersurvivors--individuals who, after experiencing trauma, not only rebuild their lives, but also thrive and grow in ways never previously imagined.
Her guests are Dr. David B. Feldman, Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology at Santa Clara University, and Lee Daniel Kravetz, a cancer survivor who holds a Masters in Clinical Psychology from Santa Clara University. Their latest book is Supersurvivors: The Surprising Link Between Suffering and Success.
Eleanor Bobrow welcomes Neil Dicker, a retired dentist and avid cyclist, who is a stem cell recipient from the Gift of Life Bone Marrow Foundation. He has become an Ambassador for the Foundation, and, as a stem cell recipient, he wants to encourage people to know more about the Foundation and how the Foundation changed his life.
Take Charge of Your Life host Eleanor Bobrow explores the difficulty in finding a stable career in education. Her guest is Stephen Lawrence who, at 30 years-old, recently began teaching abroad at an international school in Macau, China after spending 5 years in New Jersey school districts.
Eleanor Bobrow speaks with two guests from the Da Vinci Science Center, Lin Erickson (Executive Director/CEO) and David Smith (Senior Director of Science & Strategic Initiatives), about how to inspire children in the Allentown school district to not only graduate but find careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Eleanor Bobrow speaks with Dr. Susan Silberstein, PhD, the founder and President of BeatCancer.org. They discuss how to cope with and beat cancer through diet, life-style, and other immune-boosting approaches.
Eleanor Bobrow discusses the power of the stories we tell ourselves. Her guest is Dr. Lewis Mehl-Madrona, MD, PhD, author of Healing the Mind Through the Power of Story which discusses narrative psychology: that we can change whatever is negative by telling ourselves a positive story.
Eleanor Bobrow discusses preparing your child for an unpredictable world. Her guest is Marcie Lightwood, a parenting educator and seasoned group facilitator. Marcie is the Schools Program Coordinator for the Institute for Jewish-Christian Understanding, a social worker for the Trinity Episcopal Church Soup Kitchen, and provides parenting education for a number of human service organizations.