Joshua Coleman Ph.D.
Dr. Coleman is a psychologist, speaker, and writer in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is frequently contacted by the media for opinions and commentary about changes in the American family. He has been a frequent guest on the Today Show, NPR, The BBC, NYU Psychiatry Radio, and has also been featured on Sesame Street, 20/20, Good Morning America, America Online Coaches, PBS, and numerous news programs for FOX, ABC, CNN, and NBC television. He has written for the New York Times and his work with parental estrangement has also been featured there. He has also written for the San Francisco Chronicle, Variety Magazine, CNN, Greater Good Magazine, and The Huffington Post. He is the co-editor, along with historian Stephanie Coontz of seven online volumes of Unconventional Wisdom: News You Can Use, a compendium of noteworthy research on the contemporary family, gender, sexuality, poverty, and work-family issues.
Do you know that just like therapists can help solve parental issues, there are a few mistakes that therapists do make with estranged parents?
Are you one of those parents, who is trying very hard to reconcile with their estranged adult child, but whatever you do, it just doesn't seem to work?