Shrink4Men Radio with Dr Tara J. Palmatier Debuts on Monday, September 12, 2011 at 9pm EST

Hello Everyone,

Shrink4Men Radio will begin on the AVfM Radio channel this coming Monday, September 12, 2011 at 9pm EST. I’ll be flying solo on the first program, which will be a very general welcome to the show and a great big thank you to all of the members of the Shrink4Men community. I wouldn’t be doing this without your much appreciated and continued support.

Please call in if you’re able to catch the show live with questions, comments or whatever happens to be on your mind. I’d love to hear from you — this goes for the ladies who follow S4M, too!

In the coming weeks, I’ll be inviting guests to join me on the program whom I hope will be of interest to you. I would also love to hear your suggestions and ideas for upcoming programs.

I’ll post a reminder on show day next week.

Thanks again to everyone for their support. My hope is that Shrink4Men Radio will become another support resource for everyone.

Looking forward . . .

With Gratitude,

Dr T

Shrink4Men Services:

Dr Tara J. Palmatier provides confidential, fee-for-service, consultation/coaching services to help both men and women work through their relationship issues via telephone and/or Skype chat. Her practice combines practical advice, support, reality testing and goal-oriented outcomes. Please visit the Shrink4Men Services page for professional inquiries.

Comments

  1. Dr. F says

    You have my ear and support always. I’m pretty excited about this.

    I’ll be in my flat flouncing about as a cheerleader with my pom poms and even if I get strange looks from my neighbours I’ll just turn to them and say truthfully, “What… you mean to tell me you haven’t got a hero on the internet airways ? …what are you.. some kind of a nut or something ?”

    Yeah ! That’ll make them look a tad red faced don’t you think ?

    Nice one Dr. T, go for it.

  2. gooberzzz says

    This is great, and I look forward to following your show.

    Requests:

    PTSD in men who have lived with, or have had relationships with women who are PD.

    The reason are culture celebrates women with PDs.

    Feminism in a contemporary context.

    PDs in the workplace.

    The reason PDs were removed from the DSM-V. Is it from the influence of large insurance companies, and they want it removed because of the pervasiveness of this disorder among the general population in order to deny coverage? http://www.cchrint.org/tag/apa-funding/

  3. Zibot says

    Dr T … ‘Break a leg’ as we say. It’s great to see this natural and timely evolution to your already crucial resource – the shrink 4 men blog – for all people who have unfortunately found themselves in relationship with high-conflict, abusive individuals. Kudos! Z

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