What makes good marriages work
April 2, 2008
Hosted by Dr. Valerie Anne Kirkgaard
Join Dr. Val & Dr. Glasser as they discuss the qualities, attitudes and points of view it takes to have marriages that last. Dr. Glasser is an internationally recognized psychiatrist who is best known as the author of Reality Therapy, a method of psychotherapy he created in 1965 and that is now taught all over the world. Born in 1925 and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, Dr. Glasser was initially a Chemical Engineer but went into psychiatry when it became apparent to him that this was his real interest in life. He attended medical school at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, and took his psychiatric training at the Veterans Administration Hospital in West Los Angeles and UCLA (1954-57). He became Board Certified in 1961 and was in private practice from 1957 to 1986.
Waking Up in America
Wednesday at 2 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Variety Channel
Go beyond rhetoric and tune into America’s premiere experts; scientists, athletes, celebrities and world leaders in public and spiritual realms as they discuss the issues of today. A veteran interviewer, Dr. Kirkgaard brings you knowledgeable, entertaining and unpredictable guests like Deepak Chopra, Jean Houston, John Denver and US Ambassador for Nuclear Disarmament Thomas Graham. No matter what happens, Dr. Kirkgaard keeps her cool and shows you a side of her guests that you've never seen.
Dr. Valerie Anne Kirkgaard
Dr. Valerie Anne Kirkgaard, PhD, is a retired Marriage Family Counselor and the creator of the Kirkgaard Method of Directed Breath, a unique method of clearing emotional blocks. Each week on "Waking Up in America", Dr. Valerie brings you new and different techniques to handle life's ups and downs with grace and ease.