Dr. Phil takes a 21-year-old to task for her behavior and comments regarding the spread of the coronavirus.
A pastor says he plans to continue in-person church services even during the coronavirus pandemic. Dr. Phil warns him of the potential consequences and offers ideas for keeping the community safe.
A teen says she and her mom argue all the time because her mom insists she self-isolate and refuses to let her socialize with her friends to prevent her from getting – or spreading – the coronavirus. Dr. Phil offers advice.
A teen accepts a referral to a wilderness therapy program after appearing on “Dr. Phil,” but backstage, there’s a turn of events, and things don’t go as planned. See what happens.
A 15-year-old says he likes to run the streets with his “homies,” drink beer and smoke weed. The teen, who claims he’s been shot at three times, says his parents need to chill.
Joseph Lucero, a former Los Angeles gang member who spent half of his life in the first 25 years in the penitentiary, offers a teen, who says he has been “hanging with his 'homies'” on the streets and been shot at 3 times, some advice and encouragement.
Childhood experiences can affect a person’s behavior as they grow. If you have a child who acts out, ask yourself if he or she is out of sync because something disrupted them during their early developmental stages.
Two judges sound off on a controversial new law known as “bail reform.” Hear why one supports it and the other opposes it.