Zip Code:
Provider Type:

          Get Tickets!

          Click here or call
          (323) 461-PHIL (7445)

          When Georgia Smiled

          The Robin McGraw Revelation and Dr. Phil Foundation

          Be on the Show!

          Text “PHIL”to 88500
          or click here.

          Taking the Next Step – Rules of Engagement

          Lisa sought help from Dr. Phil because her relationship with her fiancé was in danger of collapsing.  Here’s what she had to say:
          In February 2008, my fiancé Scott and I participated in the “The Dr. Phil House: Rules of Engagement” in a desperate attempt to save our relationship. At that time, Scott was struggling with depression, anxiety and possibly bi-polarity. Our issues seemed insurmountable. We were grateful to Dr. Phil when he offered to send Scott to the Dallas PNP Center for an accurate diagnosis, one that could potentially save his life as well as our relationship. On the show, Scott and I won a challenge and the prize was a car.
          Lisa gives an update since the show:

          photos by James Johnson

          In September 2008, I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. My story is like that of so many other cancer victims: shock, loss and devastation. Life changes not only for the cancer patient, but for all of those around them. I am embarrassed to say that I was completely ignorant about cancer and felt side swiped. Soon, I was forced to become educated about ultrasounds, biopsies, ports, surgeons, oncologists, treatments, finances, emotions and everything from A to Z when dealing with cancer.
          I endured four invasive surgeries, aggressive chemo and radiation, lost my hair, my breasts, my looks and my car. But, I have gained compassion, understanding, gratitude, grace and most importantly … life.
          Throughout all of this, Scott has stood by my side. It’s a true testament of his love and commitment when he looks at me as he did the day we met. We are able to laugh about how I look without my wig and breast prosthesis. Scott calls it the “2009 Concentration Camp Barbie” look. At the end of the day, despite all that we have lost, we have a tremendous deep and intimate love for each other and our children and that is all that really matters.
          Scott is no longer suffering from depression, anxiety or bi-polar symptoms. He is playing music with friends and locals in his spare time, and we were wed in a small, intimate ceremony on August 14th, 2009.

          Be on the Show

          Need Dr. Phil’s Help?

          Share your story for a chance to be on the show!

          Tell Us Your Story

          Be on the Show! Text “PHIL” to 88500
          Be on the Show

          Know a “Bad Bride”?

          Are you a bridesmaid under pressure to look “perfect?” Is the bride demanding that all her bridesmaids lose weight and get into shape before the big day?

          Be on the Show

          Know Someone Refusing to Act Their Age?

          Is your son or daughter a moocher and refusing to grow up? Is your loved one having a midlife crisis or wearing inappropriate clothing?

          Be on the Show

          At War with Mom?

          Do you feel she is your worst enemy? Can you not believe you are related to someone you dislike so much?

          Be on the Show

          Is a Narcissist Ruining Your Life?

          Do you suspect your partner/ family member to be a narcissist? Do they behave in a way that leaves you confused, distressed and fearful?

          Be on the Show

          Fighting Over A Family-Run Business?

          Are you part owner in a family business and feel like you don’t get your fair share of profits?

          Help & Resources

          Find Treatment Centers and Therapists!

          Check out the mental health treatment programs that have assisted Dr. Phil guests.

          Feeding America

          Learn how you can help feed a child this summer.

          Be on the Show

          Have a Story Dr. Phil Won’t Believe?

          Want to appear on Dr. Phil? Text PHIL to 88500

          Simple Share Buttons
          Simple Share Buttons