JU Alumnae Featured on WGN Midday News Today
[ELGIN, IL August 5, 2010]
Dr. Karin Anderson '92, associate professor of psychology at Concordia University, River Forest, will be interviewed on WGN's Midday News this Friday, August 6, concerning her recent book, It Just Hasn't Happened Yet (Clifton Hill Press, 2010).
The show runs from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., with a short Q&A on Dr. Anderson's new book set to take place at approximately 11:30 a.m.
Dr. Anderson's new book, It Just Hasn't Happened Yet: Bogus, Ridiculous, Absurd Explanations as to Why You're Still Single and How to Deal with Them, Plus a Few Silly Things We Do to Ourselves presents a new angle on examining the often cliched messages that women receive when they are single, and how to deal with them. Anderson asserts that single women are smart and beautiful just as they are without the need to berate themselves for being single or changing themselves to be worthy of a relationship.
Anderson will also have an hour-long interview with Dr. Lara Berman (of Oprah.com renown) in September, 2010, as a part of Berman's focus on National Singles Week.
A Concordia faculty member since 2008, Anderson teaches psychology and counselor education courses to students enrolled in Concordia's graduate program. Anderson's courses focus on counseling, human development, counseling theories and practice and teaching counseling.
Anderson earned her Bachelor's degree in psychology and communication arts from Judson, her Master's of clinical psychology from Wheaton College, and her Doctorate degree in developmental psychology from Northern Illinois University.