‘Future Tense’ Author Tracy Dennis-Tiwary
Dr. Tracy Dennis-Tiwary is an anxiety researcher and author, professor of psychology and neuroscience and the co-executive director of the Center for Health Technology at Hunter College.
Emotions Matter: Dr. Robin Stern
Dr. Robin Stern is the co-founder and associate director for the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence. A licensed psychoanalyst with over 30 years of experience, Dr. Stern is the author of the Gaslight Effect.
Naomi Torres-Mackie: In The Name of Mental Health
Dr. Naomi Torres-Mackie is the head of research at the Mental Health Coalition and a clinical psychologist at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. She's also an adjunct professor of psychology at Columbia University.
Alicia Robertson's Lemonade Life
Divorce guru Alicia Robertson is a renowned life coach and the author of a new book just out in March of this year, "Make Lemonade."
Greg Behrendt's On-Stage Therapy
You might know Greg Behrendt from his appearances on Oprah, or late night TV with Conan O'Brien and David Letterman. Greg's book "He's Just Not That Into You," has sold over 4 million copies.
Alexa Stabler: In The Game Of The Father
This week, Evan spoke with attorney and NFL sports agent Alexa Stabler, daughter of the late NFL great and hall of fame quarterback Ken Stabler.
Hanging Up The Robe: Judge Matthew Cooper
New York County Supreme Court Matrimonial Judge Matthew Cooper recently retired from the bench in December, 2021. He presided at the famous courthouse in lower Manhattan at 60 Center Street since 2009.
Inside Couples Therapy With Ellen Boeder
Ellen Boeder is a psychotherapist, a couples therapist, and a relationship coach. She joins the show to give us a rare inside look into the couples therapy process.
Dr. Randy Heller's Family Network
Dr. Randy Heller is a licensed therapist, mediator and divorce facilitator. She runs The Family Network, a collaborative counseling center for positive growth and change.
'Who Gets The Child?' With Author Sushma Subramanian
'Who Gets The Child?' is the question posed by author Sushma Subramanian, who joins the show to talk to Evan about her article featured in the Washington Post magazine earlier this year.
What Is 'Emotional Inheritance'? Dr. Galit Atlas Explains
Dr. Galit Atlas's new book 'Emotional Inheritance' is a number one new release on Amazon. She is a psychoanalyst and therapist in New York City and the author of three books and numerous articles focusing on gender and sexuality.
The ‘All or Nothing’ Marriage with Prof. Eli Finkel
Prof. Eli Finkel is a social psychologist and professor at Northwestern University with over 150 scientific papers published on relationship dynamics.
Television and the Family with Prof. Robert Thompson
Prof. Robert Thompson of Syracuse University is a media scholar and professor of television and popular culture at the highly acclaimed Newhouse School of Public Communications. He has been called the "pop culture ambassador" by the Associated Press.
Britt Frank Conquers Trauma
Britt Frank is a psychotherapist, teacher, speaker and trauma specialist. She's a leading expert on understanding trauma and helping people move through it and heal.
Creating A Happy Divorce: Nikki DeBartolo and Ben Heldfond
Nikki DeBartolo and Ben Heldfond are the architects of Our Happy Divorce, with the goal of empowering and inspiring people to think differently about divorce, co-parenting, step-parenting, and what it means to put kids first.
Lara Bazelon: Finding Love in Divorce
Lara Bazelon is a law professor and the author of "Ambitious Like a Mother: Why Prioritizing Your Career Is Good for Your Kids.”
87 is the New Happy: Katharine Esty Ph.D
Dr. Katharine Esty is a social psychologist, psychotherapist, and best-selling author. Her latest book is "Eightysomethings: A Practical Guide to Letting Go, Aging Well, and Finding Unexpected Happiness."
Dissecting Family Disruption: Prof. Jennie Brand
UCLA professor of sociology and statistics Jennie Brand joins the show to discuss the relationship between divorce and education.
Studying Love: Dr. Helen Fisher
Dr. Fisher holds the title of chief science advisor for match.com. She's the author of six books and was chosen in 2015 by Business Insider as one of the 15 most amazing women in science.
Karey O’Hara and the Science of Family
Dr. Karey O'Hara is an assistant research professor in the psychology department at Arizona State University. She's a psychologist and the author of an important study that focuses on the relationship between parental conflict and children's mental health.
A Data-Driven Divorce Solution
Karen Chellew and Catherine Shanahan of My Divorce Solution join the show to discuss how they help take the mystery and mystique out of the money conversation for anyone going through the divorce process,
Catherine Sanderson and the Science of Happiness
Catherine Sanderson is a professor at Amherst College and the Chair of Psychology, and the author of several books,
Your ‘Worst Time’ or ‘Best Time’?: Divorce Coach Andrea Hipps
Andrea Hipps is a certified divorce coach and the author of the best-selling book "The Best Worst Time of Your Life: Four Practices to Get You Through The Pain of Divorce."
'Conscious Uncoupling’ Author Katherine Woodward Thomas
Katherine Woodward Thomas is the author of the New York Times bestseller "Conscious Uncoupling: Five Steps to Living Happily Even After." She is a marriage and family therapist and a relationship expert.
Riding Out the Rough Patches: Daphne de Marneffe
Daphne de Marneffe is a psychologist and the author of "The Rough Patch: Marriage and the Art of Living Together."
A Mentor For Parents: Susan Groner
Susan Groner is an author, parenting expert and the founder of The Parenting Mentor. She provide an ally for parents in their quest to raise confident and resilient children. She's the author of "Parenting with Sanity & Joy: 101 Simple Strategies."
Rachel Greenwald: Matchmaking in a Post-Covid World
Rachel Greenwald is one of the country's most successful matchmakers, responsible for over 850 marriages in the past 20 years. She is the New York Times bestselling author of two dating books.
Rehab Your Divorce: Wendy Sterling
Wendy Sterling is a divorce coach, life transition specialist and the founder of The Divorce Rehab. She helps newly divorced men and women who are having trouble moving forward to find confidence, self-worth and freedom.
Jann Blackstone: A Bonus For Families
Evan talks with Dr. Jann Blackstone, who specializes in co-parenting counseling, conflict resolution, anger management, child custody, divorce and step-family mediation.
The Master Mediator: Susan Guthrie
Evan is joined by Susan Guthrie, who is nationally recognized as one of the top family law and mediation attorneys in the country.
Jessica Phillips: Still Betting on Broadway
Evan is joined by Broadway and television actress Jessica Phillips, who starred in the hit Broadway Show Dear Evan Hansen. Jessica shares thoughts on the day Broadway's lights went dark last year and what now lies ahead in the entertainment industry.
From Football to Finance: Wale Ogunleye
Evan talks to Wale Ogunleye about his path to the NFL, the importance of financial literacy and education, and the great work that Wale and his team at UBS are doing to talk to athletes about money and preparing them for life off the field.
When Sports, Business and Law Collide: Darren Heitner
Evan talks with leading sports law and business attorney Darren Heitner of Heitner legal. Darren is an attorney, author, and professor, and studies the interplay between family law and sports.
Meet The 'Kickass Mom': Emma Johnson
Evan spoke with Emma Johnson. Emma is a journalist author, speaker, and gender equality activists. She is the number one bestselling author of "The Kickass Single Mom."
Prescription of Hope: Divorce Doctor Elizabeth Cohen
I spoke with a friend of the podcast, the "Divorce Doctor," clinical psychologist Dr. Elizabeth Cohen. Dr. Cohen has been featured on the Tamron Hall show, the WSJ, NBC News, The Huffington Post and The Daily Beast.
Looking Forward to Post-COVID Business
Evan welcomes two seasoned professionals to the show to discuss how COVID changed the way business is conducted -- and how industry will recover.
Meet NY's Modern Matchmaker
Meet Amy van Doran, founder of The Modern Love Club, the New York City-based matchmaking agency and the go-to.matchmaker for helping people find love in New York.
Dr. Chitra Raghavan: Advocate for Victims
Evan talks with Dr. Chitra Raghavan, a psychologist in New York City specializing in domestic violence, sex trafficking, sexual harassment, and other abusive interactions and the traumatic outcomes.
Emmy Award Winner Stephanie Haney
Evan chats with Stephanie Haney, an Emmy award winner, a lawyer and the digital anchor and legal analyst for WKYC-3 NBC Cleveland, and cohost of the podcast "Sassy and Uncalled For."
Meet the Divorce Whisperer
Evan talks with Dr. Elizabeth Cohen, a clinical psychologist with over 15 years of experience, specializing in cognitive behavioral treatment for adults, adolescents, and children.
Helping Athletes with Financial and Mental Health
Malcolm Lemmons is a professional athlete turned entrepreneur. He's the author of the newly released book "Impact Beyond The Game: How athletes can build influence, monetize their brand and create a legacy."
Relationships and Success in Sports — and Life: Dr. Phil Levy
Evan sits down with Dr. Phil Levy, a psychotherapist, couples therapist, management consultant, and author to talk about relationships, marriage, sports and politics.
Nikki Bruno's Epic Comeback
Evan is joined by Nikki Bruno, creator of the Epic Comeback, which provides "a comeback path to people who have been sidelined by divorce, illness, or loss."
Love Without Politics: Dr. Jeanne Safer
On the premier episode of the Schein On podcast, Evan and Dr. Jeanne Safer, author of “I Love You, But I Hate Your Politics” talk about politically mixed marriages, and how to navigate the conversation with someone you love.