A caregiving memoir by Minnesota psychotherapist Emma Nadler explores how to adapt

A Minnesota psychotherapist is sharing her story of caregiving in a new memoir. “The Unlikely Village of Eden” by Emma Nadler is about learning to adapt when life doesn’t go to plan and how even though 53 million people are caregivers in the U.S., their reality is often ignored.

MPR News’ Emily Bright sat down with Nadler to talk about her life-changing experience.

Janet Lansbury, bestselling author and host of the podcast Unruffled talks with Emma Nadler in this off-the-cuff episode about healing from perfectionism. During this organic exploration of ideas, can you feel Janet’s warmth and vulnerability? The humanity present in this conversation just may lift you up. A big thank you to Janet Lansbury for her kindness, curiosity, and open-heartedness.

Here’s the link to this conversation, or find it anywhere you get your podcasts:

Healing Our Perfectionism on Respectful Parenting: Janet Lansbury Unruffled

Dear Nina: How to Support a Friend Facing an Ambiguous Loss with Emma Nadler


Host Nina Badzin and Emma Nadler talk about how to support friends facing an ambiguous loss, which is a term coined by Dr. Pauline Boss (a loss without closure). Nina and Emma dig into the themes of The Unlikely Village of Eden during this energized exploration of friendship and being alive.

Check it out here! Dear Nina: How to Support a Friend Facing Ambiguous Loss with Emma Nadler

The Gathering Pod with Martha Beck featuring Emma Nadler


Martha Beck, PhD is a Harvard trained sociologist, world-renowned coach and New York Times bestselling author. Join her on Facebook Live for an informal conversation with author and psychotherapist Emma Nadler. You won’t want to miss this deep dive into the themes of Nadler’s new funny and heart wrenching memoir, The Unlikely Village of Eden

You can find it here or anywhere you get your podcasts.

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Join Lonny Goldsmith and Emma Nadler for a great conversation on the Who the Folk?! podcast. Lonny and Emma covered a lot of ground in this interview, including what it’s like to be a therapist and an author, embracing uncertainty (some of the time), and this deep topic: favorite Jewish foods. Thanks for listening—hopefully the episode is an enjoyable escape from daily life, and that you discover something deeply relatable within this conversation.


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