In this week’s program host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Dr. Veronique Valliere, Psy. D., about what we as parents, need to do in order to protect our children, and our selves, from abusive relationships.
In this week’s program host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Dr. Peter Langman, author of Why Kids Kill,Inside the Minds of School Shooters, about how to identify early signs of possible violence and preventive measures parents and educators can take to protect our communities. (Original air date April 8, 2013.)
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with John Paul Marosy, Executive Director of Everyday Life, and the author of Elder-Care, A Six-Step Guide to Balancing Work and Family. He gives us information about the resources we have available to us within the community should we find ourselves taking care of a loving parent or grandparent.
In this week’s program host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Stacey Zaremba, Professor of Psychology and Women’s Studies at Moravian College, and Randi Blauth, President of the Bethlehem branch of the American Association of University Women. The three discuss the perception of women in today’s media. (Original air date March 4, 2013).
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Larry Twersky, CEO of 1-800-SNORING. He shares the hidden dangers of snoring plus how you can identify if you have a problem and what actions you can take to help. (Original air date February 25. 2013.)
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with talks with Dr. Richard Boulay, Director of GYN Oncology at Lehigh Valley Health Network, along with his wife, Julie Bolton, a leukemia survivor, about the role and challenges of the caregiver when a loved one is diagnosed with cancer. (Original air date January 7, 2013.)
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with poet and workshop facilitator Lisa DeVuono. She believes in writing toward wellness; the idea that writing can give us the creative power we need to find solutions to our problems. (Original air date February 18, 2013.)
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Diane LaBelle, Executive Director of the Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts, and Cameron Hawk, an instrumental music major and violinist who shares how participation in the arts has enabled him to thrive academically.