About Health is a program designed to offer listeners an opportunity to talk directly with experts who understand traditional and non-traditional medicine. The guests offer pathways to health and well-being, along with the expertise of the hosts, and the curiosity and intelligence of the callers. We welcome your calls and ideas for future shows.  You can contact Dr. Lenoir at [email protected] or Rona Renner at [email protected].

Rona Renner

RonaHeadShot-02 copyRona Renner is the author of “Is That Me Yelling? A Parent’s Guide to Getting Your Kids to Cooperate Without Losing Your Cool.”​ She has been a Registered Nurse for 50​ years, a Parent Educator for over 27 years, and was trained as a temperament counselor in 1991 at Kaiser Permanente Richmond California.  She was the founder of Interactive Parenting Media, a non-profit organization that produced radio shows and web sites in English and Spanish.

Rona hosted​ a​ weekly talk show, Childhood Matters, on KISS FM​ for ten years. She was also a parenting editor on KPFA Radio for many years in the 1990’s. ​She has four grown children and two grandsons, and she lives with her husband in Berkeley. ​

​You can find out about her parent coaching services ​at www.nurserona.com


Dr. Will Courtenay
Dr. Will Courtenay, “The Men’s Doc,” is an internationally recognized expert in helping boys, men and fathers, and an Oakland psychotherapist, consultant, distinguished author, researcher, keynote speaker, and radio host. He is the author of the book Dying To Be Men. The American Psychological Association calls him, “a leading psychologist in the field of masculinity” and Who’s Who in America calls him a “foremost achiever in his field.” As one of the world’s leading innovators in the health of boys and men, he has a documented history of success in shaping and promoting this new field, as well as new perspectives on fatherhood, boyhood, and masculinity. Dr. Courtenay received his Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley and has served on the clinical faculty in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and the University of California, San Francisco, Medical School. He is the Founding Editor of the International Journal of Men’s Health.