Dr. Rhoberta Shaler
Dr. Rhoberta Shaler, The Relationship Help Doctor, is a internationally well-known relationship consultant, author, and speaker. She’s been podcasting since 2002.
Rhoberta is the host of two popular podcasts: Emotional Savvy: The Relationship Help Show, and Save Your Sanity: Help for Toxic Relationships. Happily, she’s reached over 200K downloads. Her Save Your Sanity podcast is also syndicated on the Mental Health Radio News Network which reaches millions.
Dr. Shaler provides urgent and ongoing care for relationships in crisis. She particularly focuses on helping the partners, exes, and adult children of the relentlessly difficult, toxic people she calls Hijackals®, helping them save their sanity and stop the crazy-making.
Aside from her work with private clients throughout the world, Rhoberta is the author of sixteen books, including Kaizen for Couples: Smart Steps to Save, Sustain, and Strengthen Your Relationship, and her Hijackal series, Escaping the Hijackal Trap: The Definitive Guide to Dealing with Relentlessly Difficult, Toxic People.
Her YouTube channel, ForRelationshipHelp, is an evergreen source of practical insights and tips for relationships, having reached over 310K views.
As a guest, Rhoberta has been featured on more than a 200 podcasts, television, and radio shows. Her writing has been featured on PsychCentral, Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping, FoxNews, The Good Men Project, eHarmony, YourTango, Greatist, Pulse, and many other media channels. She’d love to be your guest, too.
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Podcast Topics: Improving relationship with yourself and other humans.
Ideal Guest Avatar: Generous experts with open hearts who want to share their insights with people who need what they’ve learned.
What are you looking for in a guest:
- High-level of focused expertise.
- Several years experience in their field (minimum five).
- New areas of special focus audience may not have explored.
- Good social media reach.
- Good audio/video setup.
Best advice to offer those looking at being a podcast guest:
Be unique in your content–preferably a narrow, deep relationship niche–and passionate about sharing it freely with the world. Having a large email and social media following is a great asset, but your insights are a greater one.
Your go-to source for life-changing shifts in how you think about and create relationship with yourself and other humans. Discover new options for building the strength, assertiveness, resilience, boundaries, and balance needed to develop healthier relationships, ones based on equality, reciprocity, and mutuality.
Listening to these in-depth discussions with expert guests on a broad range of relationship topics can open your eyes, heart, and mind to new possibilities for creating the healthy, emotionally intimate relationships you want at home, and the clear, assertive ones you need at work.