“Coping Conversations” is an entertaining, educational, and inspirational podcast, hosted by internationally renowned psychologist, Dr. Bob Phillips. The “Coping Conversations” show has been airing weekly for more than 30 years, having appeared on New York radio stations and as a nationally available audio-streamed radio program since 1991. Due to popular demand, it debuted as a podcast in 2019. In each episode, Dr. Phillips interviews a well-known celebrity or expert, bringing the listening audience up to date on current appearances, performances, publications, and other activities of interest. As the main focus, our listeners are always fascinated to hear about our guest’s interesting life activities and successful coping experiences, hence the name “Coping Conversations“! The show invariably is positive, upbeat, and fascinating. Dr. Phillips is also the author of more than 40 best-selling books, and the founder and director of the Center for Coping (www.coping.com) on Long Island, New York.
My guest is the daughter of the late, legendary comedian/singer Rose Marie. We discuss her honoring what would have been her mother’s 100th birthday, many memories, how her life was shaped by her relationship with her mother, and much more.
My guest is a women’s health expert from the Mayo Clinic, and author of the new book, “The New Rules of Menopause.” We enjoy the difference between menopause and perimenopause, the role of hormone therapy, myths about these topics, and much more.
My guest on this archived episode, originally taped in 2012, is a former all-star second baseman for the Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Yankees. We discuss his playing career, how he got over his fielding difficulties, his career after baseball, and much more.
My returning guest is an informative television and multimedia producer who specializes who calls himself “The First Ladies Man”. We discuss more unusual and surprising things he has learned about our First Ladies, he answers some of our listeners’ questions, and much more.
My guest is a comedienne, actress, and podcaster who is making quite a name for herself. We discuss her career, how she developed an interest in comedy, what she’s learned in performing all over the world, and much more.
My guest is an actress who has been in show business for more than 70 years, and was nominated for an Academy Award as a child, in 1957! We discuss her breakout role in “The Bad Seed”, how playing a sociopathic character affected her, and much more.
My guest is an actor, known for “Big” and “Newsies”, and an activist. We discuss his movie career, both as an actor and a producer, his passion for giving back, his charity work, and much more.
My guest specializes in the important topic of burnout. We discuss her personal experience that led to her gaining this expertise, her book, tips for helping people avoid or conquer burnout, and much more.
My guest broke into show business at the ripe old age of 3, playing the drums. He became known as Little Ricky on the classic TV show I Love Lucy, but developed a career as a musician. We discuss his career, how he dealt with difficulties in his life, how he has pulled himself together to be happy and productive, and much more.
My guest is an expert in information, memorabilia, and trivia about our presidents and first families. We discuss how he developed this area of interest, and some of the fascinating things he has learned through his years researching their history.
My returning guest is likely best known for his role in “My Cousin Vinny”. We discuss additional fascinating information about the movie, other aspects of his career both in and outside of show business, how he dealt with knee replacement surgery, and much more.
My guest is the great-granddaughter of our 30th president, Calvin Coolidge. We discuss her great-grandparents, their legacy, how they dealt with tragedy, how she deals with perpetuating their legacy, and much more.
This is the second part of a two-part interview with actor Tony Lo Bianco. We discuss his relationship with some of the biggest names in show business stars, his fascination with Fiorello LaGuardia, his charity work, and much more.
My guest is a veteran actor, who has many acting credits, including starring in the movie “The French Connection”, and on the stage as Fiorello LaGuardia. We discuss his career, reasons for his longevity, how he approaches acting, and much more.
My guest is an actress, known for "Fridays" and "Parker Lewis Can’t Lose", as well as her voice in Nickelodeon's "Rugrats" and "All Grown Up". We discuss her varied career, her new book, “Odd Woman Out”, her need to keep busy, and much more.
My guest is a veteran actor who is perhaps best known for voicing the villain, Jafar, in the Aladdin films, and then playing him on stage. We discuss his career, his desire to play the villain, his love for the stage, and much more.
My guest is an actor, producer, and more, perhaps best known for acting in “Jaws” and producing "Ally McBeal" and "The Practice" on television. We discuss his career, his enthusiasm about producing, his important role in helping those with Tourette’s Syndrome, and much more.
My guest is a stage, screen, and television actor who is perhaps best known for his starring role on the classic TV show “The Wonder Years.” We discuss his varied roles, his passion for theater, the influential performers in his life, and much more.
My guest first appeared in the classic movie, The Wizard of Oz, as one of the Munchkins in 1939. She followed that with a long career in television journalism. We discuss her careers, her ethnic difficulties, her book, The Munchkin Diary: My Personal Yellow Brick Road, and much more.
My guest was ranked third among all-time quarterbacks for the New York Jets. We discuss his college and professional career, how he was groomed to replace Joe Namath, the ups and downs of his career, and much more.
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