8-13-16 Coping with Death and Loss (Radio)

War, terror, violence, and personal loss due to illness, aging, and tragedy…it all takes a toll. Do you know how to care for yourself and loved ones after a tragedy strikes? On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, licensed therapist and psychology professor, Linda Buzogany shares information on coping with death and loss. […]

Helping Your Child Cope with School Violence

December 20, 2013 – Last Friday there was a shooting at Arapahoe High School in Centennial Colorado, which left the shooter dead from a self-inflicted gun shot and one student injured and in critical condition. This happened just days before the one year anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary Shooting and just miles from Columbine […]

Surviving the Floods: Critical Incident Stress Management

September 20, 2013 – Colorado has experienced unprecedented flooding over the past week. Everyone responds differently during a disaster and many will need help coping with the trauma. My guest is Pat La Plante, a licensed counselor who is also a member of Denver Seminary’s Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) Team. She will teach us about […]

The Superman Years: The Emotional Life of a Parent Caring for a Child with Type 1 Diabetes

October 19, 2012 – Do you have a child or loved one with diabetes or some other chronic illness? How does chronic illness impact the entire family? How do you take care of your loved one without losing yourself? My guest on this Friday’s show is Linda Buzogany, licensed psychotherapist and psychology professor who is […]

Coping With Life Transitions

March 9, 2012 – Cheryl Pegues and Dr. Gayle Hamlett discuss life transitions and how to cope with them. Listen live every Friday at 4 pm Mountain Time (6 pm Eastern) to Living Well with Dr. Peg on 1220 AM in Denver and live on the web at www.1220kldc.com.