Interviews with Dr. Boss

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Interviews, Podcasts, Presentations

6/23/2016
Navigating Loss Without Closure

On Being, Krista Tippett interviews Dr. Boss.

12/10/2015
Parental Incarceration and the Stress of Ambiguous Loss for Youth

Dr. Pauline Boss, Part 1, Mental Health Outcomes of Youth with an Incarcerated Parent forum held on December 10, 2015 at Wilder Center in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

3/24/2015
For Flight 370 Families, Loved Ones Forever Missing

The Takeaway, John Hockenberry

4/28/2014
Ambiguous Loss and Approaches for Working with Families of the Missing: A Conversation with Dr. Pauline Boss and Dr. Simons Robins.

National Conference on Family Relations and Department of Family Social Science, University of Minnesota.

4/4/2014
Living in Limbo

CNN News (Dr. Boss' interview appears at approximately "6:35 a.m." in video link.)

4/1/2014
Agony, But No Answers for Flight 370 Families

CNN News, Interview Transcript (Dr. Boss' interview appears 2/3 way into transcript.)

3/31/2014
How to grieve those lost in mudslide or missing airliner?

MPR, The Daily Circuit

3/17/2014
Families in "Frozen" State

CTV News Channel

3/15/2014
The Flight 370 Paradox: How Do You Mourn a Missing Person?

The Daily Beast, Abby Haglage

3/15/2014
When Loved Ones Go Missing, Ambiguity Can Hold Grief Captive

NPR, All Things Considered

12/2/2013
Finding Meaning as an Important Step in Coping with Ambiguous Loss.

2013 National Conference on Family Relations.

9/2/2013
Dementia as Ambiguous Loss with Pauline Boss

Dr. Anne Hallberg, Safe Space Radio, interviewer.

5/22/2013
A Conversation About Ambiguous Loss Research with Pauline Boss, PhD, and Jay Mancini, PhD.

National Conference on Family Relations

12/18/2011
Ambiguous Loss

Dr. Gloria Horsley, President of the Open to Hope Foundation, discusses ambiguous loss with Dr. Boss at the 2011 Association of Death Education and Counseling Conference.

11/23/2011
Ambiguous Loss and the Intersection of Research and Clinical Work.

Steven Harris, Professor & Director, Marriage and Family Therapy Program, University of Minnesota, interviewer.

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