Dr.carole lieberman, md, mph

media psychiatrist & bestselling author

www.drcarole.com
www.badgirlsbook.com

Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Carole Lieberman's multi-dimensional career as an internationally renowned "Media Psychiatrist" is always leading edge! On TV, Radio and the Internet, in Film and Print, as a Speaker and the first Shrink on Board, Dr. Carole's insights help people seize the moment to live happier, more fulfilling lives.


A multi-faceted leader and educator and dually certified as MD, MPH as a forensic psychiatrist, expert witness, public health practitioner earning her master’s in public health from UCLA and has also contributed as the clinical faculty at UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute.


A three-time Honoree by The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences & The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Daytime Emmy Awards, she's the talk show host of "Dr. Carole's Couch". Dr. Lieberman analyzes the psychological impact of world events, as a guest and/or host on all major media outlets and in her keynote speaking engagements. Viewers will recognize her from frequent appearances on "Oprah", "Larry King Live", "The Today Show", "Good Morning America", "Entertainment Tonight", CNN, Fox News, the BBC and many more. She has been profiled and quoted in newspapers and magazines worldwide, from the New York Times to the London Times, from USA Today to the Hollywood Reporter, and from Newsweek to Cosmopolitan.

Dr. Carole is the best-selling author of Bad Boys: Why We Love Them, How to Live with Them and When to Leave Them, as well as Coping with Terrorism: Dreams Interrupted. Her new book, American Dreams Interrupted: How to Stay Safe and Sane in a Time of Terror, will be released in 2009. She is also the creator of audio/CD and video/DVD relaxation programs to help people cope with everything from daily stress to fear of flying.


Maintaining a star-studded practice in Beverly Hills, Dr. Lieberman is well known as a psychiatric expert witness who testifies in high profile trials, and analyzes trials in the media. Some examples include People vs. Michael Jackson (complaint to Child Protective Services); Celebrity cases as Roseanne Barr, Jean Claude Van Damme, and Jim Carrey; and has worked with many cases dealing with the congress as President Clinton impeachment trial. Psychiatrists, psychologists and other mental health professionals hold Dr. Lieberman in highest esteem, recognizing her as a famous psychiatrist who deserves to be called the Dr. Freud of modern times