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Coping Conversations

"Coping Conversations” is a popular 15-minute radio show, hosted by internationally renowned psychologist, Dr. Bob Phillips, which has been aired on radio stations and as a nationally available audio-streamed program since 1991.

 On each show, 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 experiences and successful coping experiences, hence the name "Coping Conversations"! The show invariably is positive, upbeat, and fascinating.

Host Dr. Bob Phillips is also the author of more than 35 best-selling books, and the founder and director of the Center for Coping ( on Long Island, New York.

Mar 28, 2020

My guest was a star of two television series- he was the announcer and a regular on the Carol Burnett Show, and played Steve Trevor on Wonder Woman. In addition, he developed his own business, called Star Waggons.

We discuss his show business career, his business, his long marriage, and how he's dealt with each of...

Mar 21, 2020

With the coronavirus on everyone’s mind, in this new solo podcast, Dr. Phillips addresses these concerns by discussing some things you can do to better cope with COVID-19 (the coronavirus). 

Mar 19, 2020

Before there was Nurse Jackie, and at the very beginning of “The Sopranos”, Edie Falco was my guest in this archived show from 1999.

We talk about her career in acting, the role she played in “The Sopranos”, how she balanced appearing in a number of different productions at the same time, and the importance of...

Mar 12, 2020

Do you remember the television show "Starsky & Hutch"? My guest is Starsky himself, actor, director, producer, writer Paul Michael Glaser.

In this longer-than-usual episode, we discuss his career, how he bounced back from tragedy in his life, and his belief that fear plays an important role in each person's life.

Mar 5, 2020

In this show, originally aired in 2002, Danny Bonaduce reflects on his current life and discusses his new book, “Random Acts of Badness”.

He looks back on his previous years of acting and of “counterproductive behavior” as a stepping stone to the more rational person he has become.