IT'S NOT A CRISIS
2021 MEDIA KIT
about the show
Hosted by Doryn Wallach, It's Not A Crisis is a podcast for women in their late 30s and 40s who are navigating the joys and challenges of this crazy and infrequently discussed time of life and learning to make it positive!
about the host
Created by Doryn Wallach, It’s Not A Crisis is just over a year old. Doryn is an award-winning fine jewelry designer and former interior designer, social worker, radio show host and lifestyle blogger. Feeling lost in her 40s, she started reaching out to her network of friends — including experts in beauty, health, parenting, fashion, business and more — to help find her path. Her podcast “It’s Not a Crisis” was born when Doryn realized that her search for answers could help other women navigate their journeys as well.
Doryn holds an AA in interior design from New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology and a BA in human services, counseling and sociology from Simmons College. She also studied social work at at NYU.
Doryn lives in New York with her husband, teenage daughter and tween-age son.
facts about the show
2,125 downloads per episode
68 k downloads of all time in one year
Ranked #3 & #5 in Apple Podcasts: Parenting
I found this podcast over a month ago as I was looking for something geared towards women in their 40’s. LOVE IT! The guests have been spot on and informational. It’s like listening to a group of your friends.
This episode had me pausing a few times as these gifts of validation and revelations kept dropping and I had to let them process. Thank you, thank you, thank you Doryn and @adacalhoun for this awesome conversation.
Thanks for sharing your wisdom, and for being 100% yourself!
ABOUT OUR AUDIENCE
35 - 44 yrs old
are US based
SOURCE: 2021 Listener Survey
So enjoyed our conversation. Nice vibe back and forth -- and we covered a lot of ground. Nicely done.
— Lee S. Cohen, M.D.
Director of The Ammon-Pinizzotto Center for Women's Mental Health and Associate Chief of Psychiatry for Philanthropy and Department Communications at Massachusetts General Hospital
Doryn is a fantastic interviewer. She offers great questions and insights, but even more than that, I feel like I am chatting with an old friend. Doryn is relatable, funny, vulnerable, and is always willing to share wonderfully wise reflections from her own life.
— Mazi Robinson, Licensed Professional Counselor
That was a great interview today! I so enjoyed talking with you; you made it so relaxing and fun to do. It’s no wonder you’ve been so successful at it! I appreciate the opportunity to participate in such a high quality podcast.