WBUR On Point with Tom Ashbrook
Blended Families and How They Work
An hour-long conversation about stepfamilies, what works and what doesn’t, led by NPR host Tom Ashbrook. Along with me, the other two guests were Dr. James Bray, stepfamily researcher, and Elizabeth Bernstein, columnist for the Wall Street Journal.
WHYY Philadelphia’s NPR station
Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane
Patricia shares lots of good, accessible information and some good stories in this hour-long radio show on stepfamilies and stepparenting. Marty is a terrific interviewer–focused, clear, and warm. The other guest was a lovely family therapist named Kenneth Covelman.
Voice America Internet Radio
Family Matters with Virginia Colin, PhD
Patricia is the guest in an hour-long conversation about stepfamilies with Virginia Colin, PhD, host of Family Matters on Voice America internet radio. Dr. Colin brings clarity, presence, and great energy to our hour-long conversation together.
WHYY Philadelpia’s NPR station
Voices in the Family with Dr. Daniel Gottlieb
Patricia is interviewed by Dr. Dan Gottlieb, the thoughtful, deep, and engaging host of the award-winning radio show, Voices in the Family. Patricia shares a wealth of research-informed guidance and practical information in this hour-long podcast on WHYY, Philadelphia’s NPR station.
A great 30 minute interview with Patricia on Safe Space Radio, “a respectful forum for in-depth discussion of matters that touch the heart and yet feel risky to share.” Host Anne Hallward brings soul, grace, and smarts to our conversation about meeting the challenges of becoming a stepfamily. She somehow gathered all the critical pieces of information in our 30 minutes together.
Patricia talks about the challenges in stepfamilies for both kids and adults. A great interview with mother-daughter co-hosts of the Mom Enough radio show, Marti Erikson, Ph.D., and Erin Erikson, M.P.H. and M.S.N.