Speaking & Media

Loriann Hoff Oberlin, MS has written eleven non-fiction books and hundreds of articles for consumer publications, including The Saturday Evening Post, Parenting, Elegant Bride, Family Circle, Parents, Woman’s World and numerous others. Ms. Oberlin is the author/co-author of:

Overcoming Passive-Aggression: How to Stop Hidden Anger from Spoiling Your Relationships, Career, and Happiness and The Angry Child: Regaining Control When Your Child Is Out of Control, both written with Tim Murphy, Ph.D.

Surviving Separation & Divorce, having a cameo in the motion picture “The Other Woman” as the lead actress ponders it on screen.

Additionally, Loriann Oberlin has spoken before colleagues at employee assistance and continuing education programs, benefit fairs, and seminars for employees on dealing with difficult people in the workplace. She has given this same talk regarding dealing with difficult families, particularly each holiday season.

Promoting her books, Ms. Oberlin has appeared on the CNN Morning News, Sally Jesse Raphael, and in television news features.   Here are some of the promotion efforts  Loriann and co-author Tim Murphy have engaged in over the past 15 years:

The Angry Child
Book TV interview done with Tim Murphy, Ph.D. in C-SPAN archives

Overcoming Passive Aggression
Psychology Today featured this book in a two page spread. Read more here.

The Washington Post also quoted Ms Oberlin about passive-agressive bosses. Ms. Oberlin was also quoted regarding group counseling in Counseling Today. You can read this article using the link here.

Surviving Separation & Divorce
If you’ve watched the DVD from the motion picture “The Other Woman,” then perhaps you’ve seen another of Ms. Oberlin’s books in a cameo appearance as the lead actress ponders it on screen. Loriann has also conducted interviews for Surviving Separation & Divorce and you can watch one of her television interviews here.

Loriann revised two prior and successful writing books into a new series launched in 2018, with the first book Writing to Make Money: Short Projects. It details how many workers have or are expected to join what’s called the gig economy, whereby people make meaningful income on the side, sometimes full-time.

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