According to a Harvard Business Review survey, half of professionals put in a 65-hour work week and check work emails on weekends. Sascha de Gersdorff of Women’s Health magazine and clinical psychologist Dr. Ben Michaelis share strategies for balancing work and home life.
Dr. Ben Michaelis talks with Kathie Lee and Hoda about when is the right time to seek therapy on The Today Show.
Psychologist Ben Michaelis and Forbes reporter Kathryn Dill share tips with Hoda and guest cohost Jenna Bush Hager on how the habits of highly persuasive people can help you achieve what you want in many aspects of your life.
Dr. Ben Michaelis joins Fox 5 news to talk about family separation and how the emotional trauma of being separated from the parents and being surrounded by strangers can have a lifelong impact on the children.
Dr. Ben Michaelis joins Fox 5 News to talk about an alarming upward trend in suicides and why it is important to call for more education and awareness.
“People with Conduct Disorder exhibit a repetitive and persistent pattern of behavior in which the rights of others or basic social rules are violated. In today’s One Minute Diagnosis video, I will talk about the clues clinicians use to recognize Conduct Disorder. Thanks for watching.” – Dr. Ben Michaelis
Clinical psychologist Dr. Ben Michaelis joins Errol Louis to talk about calls for President Trump to undergo an in-depth cognitive exam. He says the President is not mentally fit for office. Watch it here: Spectrum News NY1
Dr. Ben Michaelis and other leading mental health experts talk about Donald Trump and whether he is mentally fit for the presidency.
OCD isn’t just liking things labeled or washing your hands often. It’s common to hear someone casually refer to themselves as “so OCD” as they show off their perfectly labeled filing cabinet. While many people enjoy a color-coded Post-It note system, even the strongest type-A personality is not necessarily enough for a diagnosis of obsessive-compulsive […]
“People with Agoraphobia have an intense fear of exposure to a real or anticipated place or situation where escape might be difficult. In today’s One Minute Diagnosis video, I will talk about the clues clinicians use to recognize Agoraphobia. Thanks for watching!”– Dr. Ben Michaelis