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The Dr. Phil show provides the most comprehensive forum on mental health issues in the history of television. For over a decade, Dr. McGraw has used the show's platform to make psychology accessible and understandable to the general public by addressing important personal and social issues. Using his top-rated show as a teaching tool, he takes aim at the critical issues of our time, including the "silent epidemics" of bullying, drug abuse, domestic violence, depression, child abuse, suicide and various forms of severe mental illness.
Part one of a three-part interview with 29-year-old Burke Ramsey, brother of child murder victim JonBenét Ramsey.
Part two of a three-part interview with 29-year-old Burke Ramsey, brother of child murder victim JonBenét Ramsey; tapes of him being interviewed by a psychologist soon after his sister's death.
While filming a show about being an uncontrollable teen, Danielle steals a ``Dr. Phil'' crew member's car.
Dr. Phil addresses viewer questions about the murder of 6-year-old JonBenét Ramsey and discusses what he calls the hard evidence that exonerated her parents and siblings.
Carolyn and Laura blame their bipolar brother's wife for his manic episodes in which he set his house on fire and injured his dog.
Part three of an interview with 29-year-old Burke Ramsey, brother of murder victim JonBenét Ramsey; John Ramsey gives his final interview.
Fitness diva Janet Jones says one of her former employees is out to destroy her and anyone associated with her; the employee says it is Jones and her followers who are harassing and stalking her; Dr. Phil visits the set of TV drama ``Bull.''
The parents of a little boy who vanished six years ago without a trace believe that his stepmother knows what happened to him; part one of an interview with the stepmother.
The parents of a little boy who vanished six years ago without a trace believe that his stepmother knows what happened to him and exhibited bizarre behavior after the disappearance; part two of an interview with the stepmother.
Marcia fears that her 19-year-old daughter is living in a motel with a pimp and a prostitute, who she thinks have taken her under their wing.
Parents of two young children have a marriage that is loud, violent and full of rage, and one of them reveals a secret he has been keeping.
Korin has lost custody of one of her children because of her boyfriend's abusive behavior, and she fears losing the rest.
Joselyn thinks that her mother's abuse contributed to her brother's ``snapping'' and murdering his grandmother.
A young man who hitchhiked to Los Angeles to pursue his call to greatness as a rap superstar is now homeless and seems to have no desire to get off the streets.
Brittany and her mother confront her father, who she says sexually abused her starting at the age of 7.
Dr. Phil speaks with Lynn Hartman, the fiancee of ``Making a Murderer'' subject Steven Avery, about finding true love with a man who famously spends time in prison for being found guilty of murder.
Dr. Phil speaks with ``Making a Murderer'' subject Steven Avery via phone from prison to discuss his relationship with fiancee Lynn Hartman and new details in his case.
Ted wants to get custody of his 14-year-old daughter from her grandmother, who has taken care of her for the past 13 years, but the girl says she doesn't want a relationship with her father; author Dr. Art Markman (``Brain Briefs'').
Grace claims her sister Ashlan abandoned her 14-month-old son and her priorities are stripping and partying; Ashlan doesn't think she's a bad mom and wants Grace to stop making such accusations because she says she only strips to support her son.
The family of a teen who went missing seven years ago while on spring break talks about what a jailhouse informant claims happened to the girl; a surprise guest may know something about Brittanee's disappearance.
Robin says her ex-husband kidnapped their two daughters and refuses to return them; he says the girls ran away from her because she has a problem with alcohol and dates abusive men.
Robin and Daniel's daughters, ages 12 and 14, say they have been torn between both parents for years; Daniel reveals a heavy accusation against his ex-wife.
Twin 16-year-old girls say they may have only a few months to live due to their deadly eating disorder; their father blames their mother and says he is ashamed to be seen with them.
Dr. Phil interviews the man sentenced to 60 days in prison for stalking and harassing actress Brooke Shields; he says he was wrongly convicted and blames Shields for his sister's death.
Katie's mother, sister and ex-husband say she exhibits erratic and unsafe behavior and is an out-of-control and neglectful mother.
A former teacher says a 17-year-old student seduced her and ``twisted her brain into accepting'' having an affair with him; another of her former students tells what she witnessed.
Maddy, 18, is determined to fly to Argentina and start a new life with a man she has never met in person; her parents fear he is a sex trafficker.
Danny says that if his wife does not put up some boundaries with her overbearing mother, he will think about getting a divorce.
Sheila says that her 17-year-old is so focused on transitioning from male to female that ``he'' has neglected school and other priorities; the youngster accuses Sheila of physical and emotional abuse.
Eric and his wife downplay his anger management issues, even though he has been arrested 15 times for domestic violence and once for aggravated child abuse that left his stepdaughter with a fractured skull and all three daughters in foster care.
Brandon and Danielle trade accusations in an ongoing custody battle for their 10-year-old daughter.
Brandon and Danielle continue trading accusations in their custody battle for their 10-year-old daughter.
Three sisters want their mother to acknowledge that one of them was sexually abused multiple times as a child and that their mother's current husband exposed himself to her toddler grandson.
All charges have been dismissed against the man convicted of killing D.C. intern Chandra Levy in 2001; former Rep. Gary Condit, said to have had an affair with the young woman, breaks his silence.
Pamela's husband, who used to be a priest, left her and their two teen sons for a massage therapist, then their 15-year-old son committed suicide.
Alyssa's family say that since her husband's death she has spun out of control, drinking, partying and spending excessively; she exhibits unusual behavior with the show's staff.
A young woman tells of being brutally raped, then tricked into saying that she had consensual sex, and the charges against her rapist being temporarily dropped; her lawyer and a police veteran tell how she was finally given justice.
Vicki accuses her daughter of abusing her granddaughter, causing bruises and calling the child ``worthless'' and ``stupid.''
Cindy says she still loves her husband, despite their marriage being full of fights, assault and calls to the police; a violent incident happened between her husband and their eldest son the day before the show taped.
Niki goes from being a straight-A college student to living in a van and shooting up drugs every day.
Niki, eight months pregnant, lives in a van and shoots up heroin five or six times a day.
Mark says he sold property, took money from his business and stopped paying his taxes so he could send hundreds of thousands of dollars to Nigeria to cover customs fees for two boxes of money and jewelry for a woman he met online.
Mark says he sent hundreds of thousands of dollars overseas to help a woman he met online; Dr. Phil conducts a global investigation.
Todd Herzog, winner of ``Survivor: China,'' fights for his life.
Christe severs communication with her family because her adult brother lives with their parents, has no steady job, smokes marijuana and gets rides to a methadone clinic.
Sonia's mean, hateful speech causes her to be estranged from her daughters and grandson.
Krysti tries to make her in-laws choose between herself and her sister-in-law, who she says is a manipulative, lying drug addict.
Teen Bo faces two felony DUI charges, accused of running over someone and of wrecking his car after blacking out; he and his parents meet Janelle, who has lived with loss after one reckless, selfish act.
When a struggling singer and her landscaper husband accuse each other of creating their debt, they feud over creating a postnuptial agreement.
Dr. Phil tries to cure a woman whose hoarding has taken over her life and has caused her to lose her home.
Nikki ships her child 2,000 miles away to live with friends so she can engage in a wild lifestyle; Pastor T.D. Jakes gives her a heartfelt message.
Jemma's adult daughters say she mentally and physically abused them, but she says that she has no memory of it and that they are using her as a scapegoat.
Danielle says her unborn baby's father is explosive, controlling, verbally abusive, and has smashed things during his rages; he says he does not care if she leaves him.
Linda and Gary say their 24-year-old daughter has stolen thousands of dollars, refuses to move out of their home and has put on about 100 pounds since high school; Dr. Travis Stork (``The Doctors'') gives advice to the family.
Sharlene says her son acts like a jealous, controlling husband; he accuses her of being a manipulative freeloader who has assaulted him.
Makenze, 9, has been hospitalized numerous times and has been on 19 different medications because she hits people, breaks appliances, harms animals, attempted to harm a neighbor's child, and sits in the road, waiting for a car to hit and kill her.
Lisa's daughter has lived with her since her granddaughter's birth, and she wants Dr. Phil's help to decide whether to keep helping her or to kick her out; Heather Dubrow (``The Real Housewives of Orange County'') and Dr. Terry Dubrow (``Botched'').
Cathy's severe anxiety is causing problems with her daughter and sister.
Victims of an attorney convicted of charges related to hypnotizing and sexually assaulting them speak out.
Christina believes the wrong person was convicted of killing her son, Steffin.
Parents want help for their teen daughter, who they say is doing drugs and prostituting herself for money; the girl's aunt and uncle blame the parents and fear the teen may die.
A man admits he is struggling but refuses to give legal custody of his 2-year-old to his parents, who say the child is homeless, living on milk and crackers, wearing filthy clothes and drinking from a moldy sippy cup.
Crystal says her ex-husband is violent, hears voices and is so erratic she will not allow their children near him; the father and his new wife say Crystal is the problem and is using the children as a weapon to get money.
A 2-year-old girl's young mother is dating a registered sex offender, and the child's grandparents say they will seek custody if the pair do not break up.
Missy and her husband fought for custody of their two young nieces to keep them safe from their parents, who are homeless and addicted to heroin and severely neglected them.
A former couple who married soon after their first date have young children stuck in the middle of a bitter custody dispute; Dr. John Chirban (book ``Collateral Damage'').
A woman who is living on the streets thinks that Michael Jackson wrote his hit song ``Smooth Criminal'' about her and that she is going to cash in on the royalties to the song; Michael Jackson's former sound/audio engineer reveals the truth.
Eight-year-old Michael's stepmother says he is a troubled child with behavior problems, who could be a serial killer in the making; the child's mother, who lost custody, provides a videotape she says is evidence the stepmother is coaching him.
Tabitha says she has no problem with her husband Gary being a self-proclaimed ``virtuous pedophile''; his former foster daughter, who was just 10 years old when she lived with Gary, comes face to face with him and makes some shocking accusations.
Marcedes, a wife and a mother of two, recently revealed on social media that she was leading a double life as an escort; her husband just learned that he is not the father of their younger child -- Marcedes' former client is.
Lauren struggles to regain control of her life after being held captive and tortured by her mother and stepfather from the ages of 2 to 8 years old and now suffers from flashbacks, nightmares and night terrors.
Blake tells of being the older sister of a child kept captive and abused by their mother and stepfather for six years and says she has carried guilt for not rescuing her little sister.
Krissie says her 23-year-old son, Justin, has stolen thousands of dollars in cash, credit cards and personal items from her and her husband; Justin says they are to blame for the person he has become.
Kalli, 19, dates older men for money and gifts, and her family fears for her safety, saying she also shoplifts and has disturbing fantasies about torture and control.
Josh says he has very specific and high demands for his future wife, Rebecca, and she is not ready to walk down the aisle yet; Rebecca says Josh is too controlling and feels nothing she ever does is good enough for him.
Marna, who admits she's a liar, reveals to Dr. Phil the outrageous falsehoods she says she's been telling everyone, including her fiancé, Mark; the secret that shocks everyone -- including Dr. Phil.
Calah Waskow, 15, made national news when she was abducted by her friend's 37-year-old father; Calah was found safe five days later, but many questions remained; Calah tells her story in an exclusive interview.
The teen who said she was pregnant with baby Jesus, swore Eminem was her father and said she was a contestant on ``American Idol'' has been in treatment, but her family says she may be more delusional and paranoid than ever.
Inconsistencies pile up in the saga of young Ryan, his girlfriend, Suzanne, and her twin sister's will; Dr. Phil uncovers a massive secret that changes everything.
Joelle says her 28-year-old former high school cheerleader daughter, Kaitlin, is now six months pregnant with her third child and addicted to heroin; the young woman's sister blames their mother.
Following her heated appearance on the show last year, millions of people viewed content related to 13-year-old Danielle's behavior; why her mom asks for Dr. Phil's help once again.
Kala Brown, who made national headlines when she was discovered alive two months after she mysteriously disappeared in South Carolina, speaks out for the first time in an exclusive interview about her life in captivity.
After spending more than two months locked in a metal storage container, Kala Brown continues to tell her story of captivity, her fight to survive and her dramatic rescue.
Blake, 26, throws his college education to the wayside to sit around all day and smoke pot in the rent-free house his mother has put him up in; his mother and sister say he is verbally abusive, disrespectful and refuses to work.
Dr. Phil's team uncovers Brittany's history of harassing men and fabricating pregnancies, births and even infant deaths; her former friends and one of her exes make additional accusations.
After Dr. Phil tells Brittany what his team has learned about her and asks her to prove she is pregnant, she storms off the stage and has an emotional backstage conversation with him.
Parents say they fear for their family's lives, as 15-year-old Madison assaults them, uses drugs, and was in a high-speed car chase that ended in the car being totaled.
Madison's parents say she is now corrupting her 13-year-old sister, who has harsh words for them as emotions run high.
Former teen heartthrob David Cassidy sits down with Dr. Phil to discuss his announcement that he is battling dementia and address rumors that he was intoxicated during a recent performance.
Parents reunite with their estranged son, Brandon, who is ``peacefully resisting'' a federal arrest warrant by leaving town and heading to Hollywood to become a rock star, and his wife, whom they blame for encouraging him to ``follow his dreams.''
Elora says that when she was going through difficult teen years, her mother put her in the psych ward three times and even put her in foster care, and she fears for her young brother and niece, who currently live with her mother.
Bobby says his ex-wife, Andrea, is a liar, a thief and a sex addict who exposes their 6-year-old son to her lifestyle; Andrea and her current boyfriend say Bobby is a deadbeat father who harasses her and slashed her tires.
Keirsten says that even though her boyfriend beats her and has been arrested for it, she refuses to press charges because she loves him and he is such a great father to her children.
Claire loves the thrill of shoplifting so much that she continues to risk going to jail or having her four young children taken away; Jeanine rarely lets her children leave home because of her fear of germs; how to boost the immune system.
Caitlin hopes to save her seven-year marriage to Robert, who she claims has been abusive since they were teens.
Terese says her 32-year-old daughter is an alcoholic who stays drunk for six to seven weeks straight; the young woman says drinking makes her feel empowered.
Matthew's mother and grandmother say his much-older girlfriend has brainwashed him into thinking he was abused throughout his childhood.
Kendall says her parents sold her at birth to a powerful international sex trafficker, and since her escape three years ago, she has feared that the man who ``owns'' her will find her and bring her back.
Defense attorney Jerry Buting, former prosecutor Ken Kratz and co-lead investigator Tom Fassbender reunite to discuss the case that inspired the Netflix docuseries ``Making a Murderer.''
Jack says his wife's extreme religious beliefs are causing problems in their marriage, while his wife says all she wants is to be treated with dignity and respect.
Brandi's dreams of a perfect marriage are destroyed by revelations that her husband has cheated on her ``more times than he can even count,'' he says.
Mischa Barton (``The O.C.'') discusses headlines that a secret recording of her having sex is being shopped to porn sites and that a video shows her ranting incoherently in her backyard.
Hope, who wanders the streets of Hollywood as a sex worker, planning to earn enough money to complete her transition to female, has a rocky reunion with family members.
Teen Tanyadawn struggles to find her way while juggling a newborn baby, school and criminal probation for a violent felony charge.
Ninety-year-old Pearl kicks out her son and his overseas wife with no place to live; updates on some of the most talked-about guests over the years.
Amy says that reaching out to her troubled adoptive son's birth mother has backfired terribly, and that the woman is trying to sabotage her relationship with her son and turn him against her family.
Young Morgan tells Dr. Phil she is desperate for help because her mother has moved her registered sex offender boyfriend into their house.
Emily opens her life of self-harm to the world, becoming an Internet celebrity and gaining followers and critics who say she is a danger to others who are prone to cutting themselves.
Karla says her husband has lied to and manipulated her throughout their 38-year marriage -- usually so subtly that she thought she was the problem.
Camma and Brandon's 10-year-old daughter claims Camma's fiancé, Andrew, sexually abused her, but Andrew's family says he is innocent and is just collateral damage in the custody battle between the child's parents.
Deepak Chopra confronts a man who has become obsessed in his quest for enlightenment.
Former NAACP chapter president Rachel Dolezal discusses being outed by her white parents for leading others to believe she is a black woman.
Krystina says her out-of-control teen daughter is pregnant by a 33-year-old man; the young woman says her mother was always too busy or drunk to care for her growing up; Dr. Travis Stork (``The Doctors'') weighs in.
Stefanie, 26, says her divorced mother demands daily attention, has no sense of boundaries and is trying to destroy her relationship with her boyfriend.
Steve says his ex coached his 12-year-old daughter to falsely accuse him of sexual abuse, so he does not want to pay her child support; author Margaret Carrozza (``Love and Money'') weighs in.
Sandi says she feels like she has to choose between her 15-year-old daughter and her husband, who despises the girl and who always sides with his mother, who stirs the pot.
Cindi's teen daughters told her that her father raped one of them and molested the other; their extended family blame her for sending him to prison, and her husband is considering divorce.
Despite being a registered nurse, Jennifer says she failed to see the signs that her 10-year-old son was seriously ill and did not immediately take him to the hospital, leading to his death and a charge of first-degree criminal abuse against her.
Dr. Phil reunites two young people whose adoptive parents were convicted of child endangerment and abuse for their parenting tactics.
Emotions run high when Sarah's family reveal the secret GPS they have installed in her car and confront her with the evidence they have gathered that she is dealing drugs, running money for gangs and engaging in prostitution.
Terry keeps his wife and mistress, and their children, secret from each other; he claims he has memory loss and does not recollect many details of his affairs.
Authorities say Roxanne's boyfriend was caught on home-surveillance cameras causing life-ending injuries to her baby son; she speaks out.
Addison, 17, says her older brother has molested her on two occasions, but their parents did nothing about it.
Teen Darbi's father, mother and mother's wife debate which of them is to blame for the girl's drug use, overly sexual behavior and habit of running away.
Teen Darbi tells why she left home and what happened during her time on the run.
Rachel says she hates her mother, Aundrea, who she insists is not only an embarrassment to her and her family, but also stole her childhood due to Aundrea's alcoholism and prescription pill addiction.
From reportedly showing up drunk to Rachel's 5th-grade birthday party in front of Rachel's classmates and driving Rachel's carpool intoxicated, to being arrested multiple times for DUI and shoplifting, Rachel says she doesn't know if she can ever forgive her mother. Aundrea admits she's an alcoholic and a liar, and claims she is keeping two dark and embarrassing secrets from her family that could cause her to serve serious prison time. How will her family handle Aundrea's shocking confessions?
Eleven-year-old Tysen's mother finds him hanging in his bedroom closet after his girlfriend fakes her own death.
Kelly says that when she was a child, her father made her do the housework, prepare dinner, have sex with him and give birth to his children; her mother suspected Kelly was being abused, but gave up trying to get custody because it was too hard.
In a tense in-studio showdown, Julianne confronts her daughter's boyfriend, who, she says, has ``lied his way through life,'' and her daughter, whom he has turned into a liar, con artist and drug-user like himself.
Crystal says she met a homeless man in a bar and invited him and his teen son to come live with her and her young children, then realized she has a stalker living in her home.
Despite nearly dying, Bethany still uses heroin several times a day and has other dark secrets she is keeping from her family.
Aaron Hernandez's fiancee, Shayanne Jenkins-Hernandez, speaks out for the very first time since the football star's shocking prison suicide.
Dr. Phil's exclusive interview continues with the fiancee of former football star Aaron Hernandez: Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez responds to questions about his sexuality and rumored relationship with a fellow inmate.
Teen ``princess'' Cherylyn admits to spending tens of thousands of other people's dollars on living the high life, designer items and pampering; her boyfriend gives her an ultimatum; her mother says her spending has left a trail of devastation.
Kristine wants her estranged husband to stop sending money to random women he meets online, depleting their finances and endangering the family home; he says she is physically abusive.
Kristine and Jerry find out who many of Jerry's online women are; one of the women behind the pictures speaks out.
Tina and David say their sons are drug-dealing, weed-smoking professional liars who drive under the influence, have flunked out of school and are doing nothing with their lives.
Danielle reveals to her parents and Dr. Phil a secret about her relationship with her boyfriend, who her parents say is an abusive narcissist.
Amber says her ideal life suddenly spiraled out of control, and after she hit rock bottom, childhood memories of being abused by her parents resurfaced.
Amber's ex-husband tells why he feared for their children's safety and for his own; Amber's parents discuss a teen trauma involving a murder.
A fireman is accused of assaulting his transgender model girlfriend.
A man claims he's being stalked and harassed online by a man he's never met in person, but the latter says he's the real victim, and that the former has posted hundreds of videos on the internet in which he accuses him of being an online predator.
Dr. Phil takes a look back at previous guests, including a woman accused of murder, a father accused of sexual abuse, a manipulative and violent woman who became an inattentive mother, and a woman who made a choice between her baby and its father.
Dr. Phil catches up with some of his most popular previous guests, including a mother who drank four liters of soda, an airline pilot who was sentenced to a year in jail for a crime he claims he didn't commit, and a woman who called off her wedding.
Dr. Phil visits with some of his most popular previous guests, including two intoxicated parents, a woman who was able to break away from a polygamous religious cult with her friend, and a man whose father shot and killed his mother.
Teri says her husband's panic attacks are tearing their family apart; Samantha told Dr. Phil that her husband had multiple psychic breaks and fled, but after some very strange developments she also has disappeared and may not make it to the show.
Sky claims her husband, Josh, physically abused her and stole her identity to wipe out her retirement savings; Josh blames Sky and says he has never abused anyone but her, then gets confronted by his ex-fiancee, who says otherwise.
Elora says that when she was going through difficult teen years, her mother put her in the psych ward three times and even put her in foster care, and she fears for her young brother and niece, who currently live with her mother.
Taylor says her mother is a narcissist and a recovering alcoholic who ruined her childhood and is to blame for her having no life skills.
Morgan and Ashley say that their mother, former guest Treva, has been kicked out of a sober-living facility, gotten arrested twice for DUI, and made headline news when a judge ordered her to wear an alcohol-monitoring bracelet and a GPS tracker.
Steve says his daughters, ages 20 and 25, make self-destructive decisions and allow men to take advantage of them; the young women say they have not gotten the love and connection they have needed from their father lately.
Kate Rigg(Kate Rigg)
Phil McGraw(Phil McGraw)
Jay McGraw(Himself - Correspondent)
Josie Goldberg(Josie Goldberg)
Nadya Suleman(Nadya Suleman)
T. D. Jakes(T.D. Jakes)
Jerry Bojanowski(Jerry Bojanowski)
Khalood Bojanowski(Khalood Bojanowski)
Steve Kovalcik(Steve Kovalcik)
T.D. Jakes(T.D. Jakes)
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