Interviews with Dr. Boss

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Interviews, Podcasts, Presentations

5/4/2021
The Myth of Closure: Ambiguous Loss in a Time of Pandemic (The Brainwaves Video Anthology)

Pauline Boss, PhD, discusses her book, The Myth of Closure: Ambiguous Loss in a Time of Pandemic and Change (W. W. Norton, 2022)

3/23/2021
Advice for Caregivers as Pandemic Persists

Jose Cardenas, host of "Horizonte," Arizona PBS, interviews Dr. Pauline Boss

2/18/2021
Dealing with Ambiguous Loss in Time of COVID

Ahmed Tharwat interviews Dr. Pauline Boss

2/17/2021
Family Caregiver Virtual Symposium

Pauline Boss, PhD, and Arthur Kleinman, M.D. shared their professional expertise as academicians, researchers, clinical practitioners, and authors, as well as relate their personal experiences as caregivers to their beloved spouses. Sponsored by Duet: Partners in Health & Aging, Phoenix, AZ

1/17/2021
What is "Ambiguous Loss" Caused by Disaster?

by Shiho Watanabe

The Asahi Shimbun Globe

9/16/2020
Ambiguous Loss and the 2020 Pandemic

Mind of State Podcast, Betty Teng & Jonathan Kopp interview Dr. Boss.

7/17/2020
Living the Questions, It's Really Settling in Now, the Losses Large and Small

On Being, Krista Tippett interviews Dr. Boss

7/1/2020
On Being, a Care Package for Uncertain Times

Podcasts, poetry, meditations, reflections, including Krista Tippett's interview with Dr., Boss, "Navigating Loss Without Closure."

5/1/2020
All the Things We Have to Mourn Now

The Atlantic, Joe Pinsker interviews Dr. Boss.

4/9/2020
Dr. Pauline Boss on The Grief that Has No End

Agewyz Podcast, Jana Panarites, Host

4/5/2020
UMN Family Therapist, Q & A: Grieving the Losses Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Pioneer Press, Mary Devine

12/10/2019
Grieving Before Someone's Gone

KERA Radio, Dallas, Texas; Think, program; Kris Boyd, Host

9/23/2019
Pauline Boss -- The Myth of Closure

The On Being Project, Krista Tippet, Host

6/26/2019
Provision of Psychosocial Support to Families of Missing Persons

International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

4/1/2018
Finding Meaning and Hope Video Discussion Series for Caregivers

Launched in 2018

Based on Loving Someone Who Has Dementia (Jossey-Bass, 2011) by Dr. Boss

Offered by Duet; Partners in Health & Aging; Phoenix, Arizona