It was my honour to be interviewed this past week by Dr. Pamela Brewer of MyNDTALK radio show.
"It was a great interview. The best one yet. I was a little curious about why she didn't ask for a list of questions but boy, she read the book! She is a really good interviewer, sharp mind. We had a good deep conversation and she pulled out the good stuff that really mattered in the book. I am very pleased."
Hope you can join us on Tuesday, July 11th and again on Friday, July 14th.
I've had the extreme pleasure of being a recent guest on Dr. Brewer's radio show for a segment she did on the joys and challenges of caregiving. She is warm, professional, insightful, and witty--a rare and welcome combination in a radio host! It was obvious she had reviewed my book beforehand, which I so appreciated. Her familiarity with the book and the subject allowed us to explore a number of important issues together. The experience was akin to having a meaningful conversation with a close friend--she puts guests that much at ease. She is a genuine gift to her listeners and clients and a credit to her field. Cynthia Orange, author of Take Good Care: Finding Your Joy in Compassionate Caregiving and Shock Waves: A Practical Guide to Living With a Loved One's PTSD
There is no one I have seen or heard working in the media, any media, in the areas of mental health and human relationships as dedicated to the problems of everyday existence with the kind of broad scale depth as Dr. Pamela Brewer. I am impressed with the integrity of her personal commitment to be of service to the greatest community possible with the goal of helping all people to attain the best possible individual sense of well being, thus enabling them to go out into their lives and communities and be positive forces for change. In the 20 years of tuning in periodically, I have found a consistency in intention to offer as much pertinent and timely insight as possible, as well as helpful resources. Dr. Brewer is a skillful interviewer whose warm, relaxed style makes settling for a receptive listen easy. MyndTalk with Dr. Pamela Brewer is a great program with a phenomenally gifted teacher/professional/guide at the helm. It should be recommended listening by NAMI and every other mental health organization out there and required listening by every school of social work and/or communications. And definitely needs to be supported so it stays around!
Thank you so much, Dr. Pamela Brewer. You are a delight. You don't ask the standard questions. You are genuinely interested in the topic. And you make the interview feel as if we are sitting in comfy chairs sipping tea and having conversation. Thank you so very much for such a positive experience.
The programming provided is always forward-looking, strengthening and supportive. Well worth the time to listen in. You can sign-up to receive a heads-up email on the topics and guests she'll be hosting each week and make your plans to listen-in! Dr. Brewer is attune to the ways to lift people up and help them/us to problem-solve.
I was so blessed to come across this incredible show. Dr. Brewer seems to find guests who have topics that greatly interest and help me with my day to day situations. Things you'd never think anyone experienced before, other than you, then Wow, that's the topic for the day. Also Dr. Brewers questions are right on point! I love that some of the guest will also provide their books as downloads as well, so that you can delve into the topic in more depth if you want to. Now that I've found Myndtalk I would be lost without it. Thank you Dr. Brewer.
I believe Pamela Brewers work is extremely important in today's world. Now more than ever we need to engage in thought provoking conversations that provide food for thought from a variety of sources. Myndtalk with Dr. Brewer is an engaging and stimulating resource for those of us who are open minded enough to ask the deeper questions about ourselves and the world around us. As a two time guest on her show I must admit that I love her interview style and how she engages with the person she is interviewing.
Every time I listen in on Myndtalk, I am astonished at the continuing quality of the interviews, their depth, interestingness and insight. Would like to see this show more broadly distributed. It is not only a useful tool for someone like me, who sees patients every day, but is also pitched at a level that an intelligent listener from any walk of life can become more knowledgeable with a wide range of mental health issues.