Julie Christiansen is a sought-after guest expert for unscripted radio, television, and podcast programs. She has been featured on CTS, CHCH TV, CBC Radio, WVON Radio Chicago, WDCX Buffalo, CHRI Ottawa, CKTB Niagara, Corus Entertainment and more. To request Julie for a guest on your show, please click the button below.
Known as “The Anger Lady”, Julie Christiansen has appeared as an expert for various print, radio, and television media outlets. She has also consulted with various producers providing insight into their program content – including the Anderson Cooper Show, The Hunted, Murder in the Thirst (BET), and Investigations Discovery. She was the subject matter expert for an online, self-directed Anger Solutions course for OPP officers, and she is the inspiration behind a scripted TV crime serial currently under development.
Julie is a two-time nominee finalist for the YWCA Women of Distinction Awards; she was the recipient of Niagara’s 40 Under 40 Award, and in 2015 received the Toastmasters Communication & Leadership Award.
Her work in Anger Solutions coupled with her work in academia landed Julie on the list of the 30 Most Influential Forensic Psychologists Practicing Today. Julie has been married to her soul mate Stevan for more than 30 years. They reside in the Niagara Region of Ontario, Canada with two of their three children and their toy poodle, Forrest Gump.
Anger Solutions is more than just another "anger management" program. TSA provides us with a decision-making model that enables us to focus on our desired outcomes, and to carefully choose responses to attain them.
Source: "Real Life" with Sharon Caddy on CTS Television
This TED style talk shares some key concepts of how we can begin to override negative programming and begin to create that radical positive, lasting change we desire in our lives. Watch the full program when you download The PDA app to your android or iphone.
Disclaimer: The book discussed in this video has been re-branded as When the Last Straw Falls: 30 Ways to Keep Stress from Breaking Your Back.
What does it mean to be free?
This is what Freedomology is all about. Listen to Season One of our 30-40 minute podcast in which we discuss all things freedom. You can expect love, passion, laughter, hilarity, tears, insight, and inspiration in every episode.
Season One guests in order of appearance: