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
As of October 1, I complete my coaching training with the World Coach Institute, affiliated with the International Coaching Federation, I am offering change and transition coaching to my listeners, readers and clients. With this co-creative client led coaching process that creates awareness, clarity, motivation and confidence, my masters degree in counseling and my 30+ years asking questions as a media interviewer, I am ready to work with you.
We all go through change, but the stress of the transition during this time, often leaves us stunned and numb. My role as coach is to help you move through this time of transition so that you can get to the next place and new chapter. I am the first step in the process and I do this as a co-creative process with you. I ask the questions, and you provide the answers. The insights that come forth are amazing and create many aha moments.
Please contact Patricia for special introductory rates and initial complimentary consultation.
Remembering Dr. Maya Angelou
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 September 20 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 4:30 will be Dr. David Foreman, a retired pharmacist known nationally as America's "Herbal Pharmacist." He uses his expertise in physiology, pharmacology and natural medicine to educate consumers on cutting edge approaches to natural health and healing. He will discuss new evidence that drugs like ibuprofen, antibiotics, hormone replacement therapy and Botox are putting women at increased health risks. A new report just released from the World Health Organization confirms that drugs like antibiotics for treatment of UTIs are becoming ineffective in almost every part of the world due to antibiotic resistance. Foreman will show the natural remedies that can be just as effective as some of these drugs without the harmful side effect to women (hops, cranberries, black cohosh, omega-3, etc.)
WPRO September 20 5:00-6:00pm ET
Tune in when Patricia interviews Bruce Boguslav, Executive Director at HSI Trust, a non-profit consumer advocacy agency dedicated to keeping homeowners in their homes. HSI is a team of financial professionals who after going through the process themselves, formed a nonprofit consumer advocacy group to help others successfully navigate the system. They understand what you are going through so you can count on them to take your situation seriously and treat it confidentially. They have helped many families save their homes even after the banks have turned them down. They have saved hundreds of homes with imminent auctions and have even successfully reversed a number of foreclosures. They will walk you through the entire process from beginning to end. Their team of experts will do a financial analysis and contact your mortgage servicer to learn the specifics on your mortgage and which programs you may be qualified to apply for. Whatever your situation, whether you are still current on your mortgage payments, but having financial hardship that may cause you to fall behind in the future, or a homeowner who has missed a payment or two, or have just been served with an intent to foreclose or auction notice.
September 22 2:00pm ET
Tune in when Patricia interviews Cliff Ashpaugh, author of JOSH'S WALL. Set in the early 1960s in the wilds of San Gabriel Valley, it’s a coming-of-age story about a boy who wakes up to a world of bullies, liars, and strangers—including himself. An award-winning writer of short stories, Cliff Ashpaugh is currently putting the final touches on his second novella, about an attempted murder on the high seas. You can usually find him hanging around the San Pedro harbor, on the deck of the thirty-two-foot sailing cruiser he calls home.
September 22 2:30pm ET
Tune in when Patricia interviews Vincent Sachar, author of Nowhere Out! In Nowhere Out (October 2014), Vincent J. Sachar draws readers into a complex, riveting plot of conspiracy and murder—sometimes for money and power, and sometimes for a noble cause. At its center are two strong men haunted by their past and struggling to forgive, especially themselves. Building on his first novel, The Nowhere Man, Sachar reunites Kent Taylor (a/k/a Ron Woodruff) and Bill Gladding, killer and detective, in a battle against a skillful, stealth assassin targeting the ruthless and powerful with ties to organized crime and political corruption. To further aggravate matters, Gladding uncovers evidence of a mole within his own trusted circle of agents. And Woodruff has a close encounter with the unexpected and unsettling: a woman. Genuine, funny, sensitive, and lovely, a widow and a survivor, Katie Dunham breaks through Taylor’s wall and fills him with a longing to get involved—at his own risk and hers.