Patricia's Patricia Raskin's Positive Living™ programs have aired on Fox, PBS, and NPR affiliates, and WTKF, 107.3 FM. Patricia Raskin Positive Living program can currently be heard Saturdays now 3-6pm ET on Southern New England's leading radio station, WPRO 630AM/99.7 FM, www.630wpro.com and Mondays @ 2pm ET on www.VoiceAmerica.com. Patricia's previous Positive Dating and Positive Business show podcasts can be heard online, here on patriciaraskin.com.
Change Transition Coaching
Patricia is now offering change and transition coaching to her radio show listeners, readers and clients. This is a client led coaching process which is co-creative, where Patricia asks the questions, and you, the client provides the answers.
Patricia has a Masters Degree in counseling and was recently trained by World Coach Institute which is affiliated with the International Coaching Federation. With her 30+ years asking questions as a TV and radio interviewer, Patricia knows the questions to ask to bring you awareness, clarity, motivation and confidence.
We all go through change, but the stress of the transition during this time, often leaves us feeling overwhelmed and stuck. Before we can move on, we need to process and move through the change that is happening. Patricia states, "The insights that come forth from clients are amazing and i have heard many aha moments."
Please contact Patricia for special introductory rates and initial complimentary consultation.
"Making Transitions Work for You" workshop with Patricia and Casey Conrad, October 30th
Change; that one word often strikes fear into many people. The reality, though, is that the only thing we can be assured of is change. Cliche but true. The real question is "How are you handling the transition that change brings about?"
Imagine discovering a set of strategies to move beyond the uncomfortable feelings that typically come with life's transitions and be able to release the emotional blockages that hold us back from reaching new, higher levels of potential in life. You will gain these things and more when you join seasoned radio broadcaster and transition coach Patricia Raskin and Casey Conrad, co-author of Vibrant Health Now! : How to Use Essential Oils, Aromatherapy and Natural Health Products to Detox Your Body and Reach Optimal Health for a power packed workshop.
Come learn why change and transition can be so challenging and witness a live coaching session that gives you a personal blueprint to follow. Be amazed at how essential oils immediately impact the lambic portion of your brain, allowing you to release negative feelings associated with change and discover how scents can actually inspire you on your journey.
This two hour seminar will be action packed and is limited to only 20 people to ensure optimal learning and interaction. Book your seat now to avoid disappointment because this program will sell out quickly.
I'm excited to announce that Patricia Raskin Positive Living has expanded to 3 hours, so you can now listen on Saturdays from 3-6pm ET. We will continue to show you how to turn your problems into solutions with our regular guests and new ones as well. So, stay healthy, stay happy, get the support you need and tune in to Patricia Raskin Positive Living Saturdays at our expanded time, 3-6pm, on WPRO News Talk AM630/99.7 FM, the Voice of Rhode Island.
WPRO November 1 3:00-5:00pm ET
Dr. Tadeusz Sztykowski
Tune in for the Wellness Feature as Patricia interviews Dr. Tadeusz Sztykowski, D.Ac., founder of the Dr. Tad Centers for Integrative Medicine and Healing in Providence, which focuses on restoring patients health by correcting causes of diseases. A licensed MD in 27 European countries, he came to this country in 1987 to study the oldest medical system, Chinese medicine. He graduated from the New England School of Acupuncture in 1990, then opened his private practice and has treated over 15,000 patients with myriads of health conditions. He is the author of the new book Healthcare Dollars and Sense: How Classical Chinese Medicine Can Save Your Health - and Your Company's Bottom Line. www.thewellnessclinic.net
Joining them at 4:00 will be Dr. William Davis, MD, cardiologist, medical director for Track Your Plaque, an online heart disease prevention program, and author of New Your Times' best-selling book, Wheat Belly.
WPRO November 1 5:00-6:00pm ET
Tune in when Patricia interviews Courtenay Petracca, Rhode Island Outreach Coordinator at Hamilton Relay. Hamilton Relay has been providing telecommunications relay services for individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind or have difficulty speaking since 1991. Hamilton Relay is a division of Hamilton Telecommunications®, a diversified telecommunications service provider headquartered in Aurora, Nebraska. Established in 1901 as a small regional telephone company, Hamilton Telecommunications has grown to not only provide local telephone service and relay services, but also to provide internet service, information systems, call center services, long distance, and cable television for its customers.
November 3 2:00pm ET
Tune in when Patricia interviews Michael J. Gelb, internationally renowned author, speaker, and consultant who helps individuals and organizations worldwide find innovative solutions to their most important challenges. His newest book Creativity on Demand: How to Ignite and Sustain the Fire of Genius. Gelb teaches a series of simple and potent practices to clear blockages and open the flow of creative energy. He then reveals how these techniques can be integrated with the renowned creative mindset and creative process tools he's taught to individuals and organizations worldwide.
November 3 2:30pm ET
Robert Okin, MD
Tune in when Patricia interviews Robert L. Okin, MD, served as chief of psychiatry at San Francisco General Hospital and professor of clinical psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco, for 17 years. He is also a former state commissioner of mental health for Vermont and Massachusetts. He is author of SILENT VOICES: People with Mental Disorders on the Street. The book offers a glimpse of the dark pasts—marked by abuse, violation, tragedies, crime, drugs, and addiction—and everyday challenges of homeless men and women suffering from bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and other serious mental disabilities. As part of his career devoted to the mentally disabled, Dr. Robert Okin decided to use a powerful artistic medium to advocate for these people. In SILENT VOICES, Dr. Okin invites all of us to get to know the people society treats like pariahs, people who, beneath their symptoms and rags, struggle with feelings and needs similar to those of the rest of us. He shares the striking and evocative photographs and stories—most often, in their own words—of more than 40 mentally ill people he met on the streets of San Francisco. “I wrote this book,” Dr. Okin reflects, “to contribute to making these people known as human beings.”