Val Walker: Comforting Guide for Isolating Times
May 18, 2020
Hosted by Patricia Raskin
Val Walker is a contributing blogger for Psychology Today and the author of The Art of Comforting: What to Say and Do for Others in Distress. She has a Master of Science degree in rehabilitation counseling from Virginia Commonwealth University, she has explored and developed the practice of comforting others since facilitating her first support group in 1993 for people living with cancer. She will be discussing her new book, 400 Friends and No One to Call which is a candid and comforting guide for isolating times.
The Patricia Raskin Show
Monday at 11 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Variety Channel
Relationships, health, spirituality, finances and community concerns, reclaim control of all areas of your life with the power of positive thinking. Patricia Raskin and her guests will bring you practical, positive solutions for a happy, empowered and successful life.
Patricia Raskin, president and founder of Raskin Resources, is an award winning media producer/host, media coach, speaker and author who interviews nationally acclaimed experts and authors in the areas of self-help, personal growth and inspiration. As a pioneer in the earliest days of cable television, Patricia created “Patricia Raskin Positive People” talk shows. Since then she has gone on to produce and host television talk shows and documentaries that have aired on Fox and PBS affiliates. She moved to radio in 1997 where her "Patricia Raskin Positive Living" show had an eleven year run on WTKF- 107.3FM in Eastern North Carolina. She recently expanded her audience and her programs are currently broadcast on NewsTalk 630 WPRO and WPRV AM790, the Citadel affiliates in Rhode Island. Patricia's weekly call-in "Patricia Raskin Positive Living" radio show on the VoiceAmerica™ Network is in it's eighth year. Patricia is the author of Pathfinding: Seven Principles for Positive Living and Success, Your Dream and You.