Media Coverage

Beverly Engel has appeared as the guest expert on numerous National TV programs, including Oprah!, CNN, Ricki Lake, Sally Jesse Raphael, and Phil Donahue. She’s also appeared on many popular national radio programs. She currently has a blog on Psychology Today’s Blog site entitled, “The Compassion Chronicles.”

Magazines Featuring Beverly Engel

Beverly has been the subject of feature articles in many magazines and newspapers, including, Oprah Magazine, Psychology Today, Cosmopolitan, Ladies Home Journal, Marie Claire, Redbook, Shape, and Men’s Health magazines and The Washington Post, Arizona Republic, and Los Angeles Herald Examiner newspapers.

Check it Out

Beverly will be on Devi Ward’s Better Love and Sex Show Thursday February 13th from 7-8 PM Pacific time

Live interview—call in number 1-877-230-3062

Contact Talk Radio Network
Internet Talk Radio

Subject: “Being in a Relationship with a Survivor of Childhood Sexual Abuse”

Check out the October issue of Cosmopolitan. Beverly and her book THE PARENTHOOD DECISION is quoted in article on deciding whether or not to have a child.

Television Coverage

Resource Title
Oxygen TV
“Talk Sex” with Sue Johanson
Book Sensual Sex recommended to audience
The Leeza Show Blessing From the Fall
Ricki Lake Divorcing A Parent
Sally Jessy Raphael
Nationally syndicated
Emotionally Abused Women
The Shirley Show
Nationally syndicated in the U.S.
Canada’s #1 talk show
The Emotionally Abused Woman
Phil Donahue Divorcing A Parent
Sonya Friedman
Divorcing a Parent
Sally Jessy Raphael Promiscuity Due To Childhood Sexual Abuse
Rene Newhouse Show
CISA, Alberta, Canada
Raising Your Sexual Self-Esteem.
AM Boston
The Right To Innocence
AM Philadelphia
The Right To Innocence
AM Northwest Divorcing A Parent
AM Northwest The Emotionally Abused Woman
Morning Break
Minneapolis, The Right To Innocence
KSTP, Minneapolis
The Right To Innocence
Good Company
KSTP, Minneapolis
The Right To Innocence
L.A. In The Morning
KHJ, Los Angeles
The Right To Innocence
Heart of the Nation
National Cable
The Right To Innocence
And numerous other television shows over the years.

Radio Coverage


Devi Ward’s Better Love and Sex Show  | Thursday February 13th from 7-8 PM Pacific time
Live interview—call in number 1-877-230-3062
Contact Talk Radio Network Internet Talk Radio –
Subject: “Being in a Relationship with a Survivor of Childhood Sexual Abuse”


MOTHER LOVE –LA TALK RADIO | July 22, 2011 3PM | “Verbal and Emotional Abuse”

THE PARENT COACH — Dr. Philip Dembo | July 7, 2011 | “Toxic Parents” |  / Internet Radio


Michael Jackson Show – KABC, Los Angeles (national show), one hour interview, The Right to Innocence.

Airtalk – KPCC, Pasadena (Larry Mantle), one hour interview with call-ins, The Right To Innocence.

All About Books – KPFK, North Hollywood, one hour interview, The Right To Innocence.

Peter Mead Show – WBZ, Boston, The Right To Innocence.

Bev Smith Show – WWRC, Maryland, The Right To Innocence.

Jim French Show – KIRO, Seattle, The Right To Innocence.

KYGO – San Diego, California, The Right To Innocence.

Joan Hamberg Show – WOR, New York, one hour interview with guest calls, Divorcing A Parent.

Health Action – WBAI, New York, Raising Your Sexual Self-Esteem.

David Essel, Alive! – Arlington, Virginia, Blessing From the Fall.

Two Chicks Dishing – WRKO, Boston, The Parenthood Decision.

And numerous other radio interviews over the years.

Magazine Coverage

Psychology Today Forgiving Yourself for Choosing an Abusive Partner
New Living Magazine The Nice Girl Syndrome
US News and World Report – Wellness It Wasn’t Your Fault
New Living Magazine The Nice Girl Syndrome
Psychjourney The Nice Girl Syndrome
Cosmopolitan The Nice Girl Syndrome
Operah .com Loving Him without Losing You
Men’s Health “Wipe Away Her Tears” (The Power of Apology)
Canadian Living The Power of Apology
The Art of Saying Sorry The Power of Apology
Lifetime Magazine The Power of Apology
U.S. Weekly The Power of Apology
Oprah Winfrey Emotional Abuse
Oprah Magazine 21 Things to Stop Worrying About Right Now
Health Should You Throw is the Towel: Five Signs that your Relationship is
All Washed Up
Psychology Today The Stealth Saboteur: A Field Guide to Passive-Aggression
Real Simple An Apology
Natural Health Anger Therapy
Shape The Art of Saying Sorry
New Living Getting Beyond Your Anger
Cosmopolitan How to Rein in His Mother’s Influence
Men’s Health Wipe Away Her Tears
Canadian Living The Power of Apology
Cosmopolitan Saying No to Mommyhood
Redbook How to Raise A Sexually Healthy Child
Psychology Today Family Therapist Examines Relationship Between
Grandfather and Granddaughter
Cosmopolitan The Perfect Girlfriend Trap
Allure 11 Tips From Therapists on Coping With Anxiety During the Novel Coronavirus Pandemic

Newspaper Articles

Sunday Express (National British newspaper). “Who’s Sorry Now?”

The City Paper (Nashville), “Just Say You’re Sorry and All Will Be Forgiven” .

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, “Who’s Sorry Now?”

Copley News, “I’m Sorry: Start the new year with an apology”.

The Dallas Morning News – Media Room, Book review, The Parenthood Decision.

The Oregonian – “Are You Fit To Breed?

The Cambrian – Front page article, “Simpson Case Focuses Spotlight on Domestic Abuse” .

New Times – Feature Article, “Local Author Turns Helping Herself Into Self-Help”.

The Orange County Register – Relationships Notebook column, “Body Miracles Aren’t Found All Bottled Up”.

Arizona Republic – Two-page article based on “The Emotionally Abused Woman”. Front page, “Life and Leisure” section.

Los Angeles Times Book Review – “Divorcing A Parent” .
The Cambrian – Feature story, Arts and Events Section, “Recovering From A Fall.”

Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minn.) – Interviewed as part of article on toxic parents entitled “Adults Don’t Need To Forgive Parents Who Abuse Them” .

Washington Post – One page interview by Don Oldenburg in “Style Plus” section entitled “When Adult Children Divorce Their parent” .

Los Angeles Times – One page article, entitled “When Life With Parents Is Bitter”.

Los Angeles Herald Examiner – Front page Q & A section, “An Expert in anger on Why You Should Express Yours” .3