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Live on WHYY FM
Join me on Voices in the Family with Dr. Dan Gottlieb on Monday, March 16 at noon on WHYY FM or streaming at www.whyy.org. Dr. Gottlieb is talking about getting a diagnosis of a lifelong illness and accepting a new normal and living a full life.
We will talk about stigma and epilepsy, my own personal experience, what it was like to be a teen growing up with epilepsy and more. It’s a call-in show. So call 1 888 477 9499 to ask some of your questions about epilepsy.
When to Listen
Voices In the Family airs live Mondays at noon and is rebroadcast Sundays at 6 a.m. on WHYY-FM
For nearly 30 years, Voices in the Family has hosted thoughtful discussions dealing with the many aspects of personality, psychology, and inter-personal relationships. You can hear Jessica Keenan Smith as she speaks with Voices in the Family Monday 3/16 at noon, with a repeat broadcast Sunday 3/22 at 6 a.m. Dr. Gottlieb can also be heard on Morning Edition every Monday at 7:33 a.m.
Listen Live on the Radio
WHYY-FM can be heard on 90.9 in Philadelphia and in New Jersey on: 90.3, Cape May Court House; 89.9, Manahawkin; 89.7, Atlantic City; 89.3, Bridgeton; and 88.1, Berlin.
Thoughtful discussions led by family psychologist Dan Gottlieb, Ph.D., highlight issues and experiences that affect individuals and society with an emphasis on behavioral health and well being. Dan addresses recent developments in the fields of psychology and sociology. Dr. Gottlieb brings his unique talents as a psychotherapist and radio professional to each interview and each caller. As such, the audience is treated to a radio experience that is both eye opening and heart opening. Both the show and Dr. Dan have received numerous local and national awards.
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