Balancing work and home is never easy, and with more fathers getting increasingly involved in raising their kids, they’re beginning to experience “daddy guilt.” Jill Herzig of Redbook magazine and psychologist John Duffy talk about eliminating guilt and balancing your time.
The sanity evaluation of Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes probably will be conducted by a psychiatrist and two psychologists, the state hospital chief said in a letter released Tuesday. Full story
Author and TODAY Moms contributor Amy McCready and adolescent psychologist Jennifer Hartstein reveal the signs that warn a parent that their little darling is acting like a brat. They warn that if you give into a child’s tantrums, you’re likely to see more of them in the future.
The TODAY anchors talk about the hot topics of the day, including the return of popular TV shows “24” and “Arrested Development,” and reveal which shows they wish would hit the small screen again.
Brothers’ frequent public appearances propelled her to become one of the most admired women in America, appearing on Gallup’s list of most admired American women. Her syndicated column appeared in more than 350 newspapers.
Dr. Joyce Brothers, known as the first psychologist of the television era, appeared for decades as a talk show regular. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.
As we wait to hear from the Cleveland kidnapping victims, Rose Maura Lorre, a former kidnapping victim, and Marc Klaas, whose daughter was kidnapped at the age of 12, share their experiences with abduction. And FBI profiler Clint Zan Vandt reveals details of his own story.
FILE - MAY 13, 2013: Psychologist Dr. Joyce Brothers has passed away on May 13, 2013 in New York City. Brothers was 85. 1978, DEC 20 1978, APR 24 1983, JUN 20 1989; Brothers, Joyce - Ind - Psychologist;
U.S. President Barack Obama hugs Jane Dougherty , sister of Mary Sherlach, the Newtown School psychologist who was killed, after speaking about tightening gun regulations during a visit to the Denver Police Academy in Denver, Colorado April 3, 2013. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
Swiss social psychologist Bertolt Mayer views 'Rex', a two metre tall artificial human, at the Science Museum in central London February 5, 2013. Mayer, a who uses a prosthetic hand himself, was used as the model for the 'bionic man', whom the British roboticist designers claim is the world's first
LOS ANGELES - JUNE 27: THE BOB NEWHART SHOW. Featuring Bill Daily ; Bob Newhart (as Chicago psychologist, Bob Hartley) and Suzanne Pleshette in the episode: 'The Last TV Show'. *** Local Caption *** Bill Daily;Bob Newhart;Suzanne Pleshette