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Dr. Linda Sapadin

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Member since: Mar 01, 2012

LINDA SAPADIN, PH.D. 19 Cloverfield Rd. -- Valley Stream, NY 11581 T: 516 791-2780 -- Email:


Dr. Sapadin is a clinical psychologist, author, columnist, educator and motivational speaker. She is known for her sharp insights and exceptionsal ability to provide timely, yet timeless advice.

Her specialties are how to master debilitating fear, anxiety, procrastination and other self-defeating patterns of behavior in order to build self-confidence, enrich relationships, enhance communication and get along with difficult people.


Now I Get It! Totally Sensational Advice for Living and Loving (Outskirts Press, 2007) To be published in Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia

Master Your Fears: How to Triumph Over Your Worries and Get On With Your Life (John Wiley & Sons, 2004). (Also published in Korean and French)

Beat Procrastination and Make the Grade: The Six Styles of Procrastination and How STUDENTS can Overcome Them (Penguin, 1999).

It's About Time! The Six Styles of Procrastination and How to Overcome Them (Penguin, 1996). Also published in Japanese by Nihon Eizo Press.

Person to Person weekly column, published by Richner Communications.


TV and Radio media: Today Show, Good Morning America, Fox Morning News, National Public Radio (Celeste Quinn Show, Derek McGinty Show, All Things Considered), The God Squad, Canadian Broadcasting Company, the Voice of America, Good Day New York. Full media resume on request.

Print media; The New York Times, USA Today, Newsday, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, New York Daily News, Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping, Men's Health, Self, Ladies Home Journal, Prevention, First, Fitness, Bottom Line, Moxie, Redbook, Sesame Street, Lifetime, Associated Press,, Full media resume on request.

BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS The American Psychological Association, Smithsonian Associates, 92nd St. Y, Herman Miller, Inc., Coopers & Lybrand, Hofstra University.

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