Candice DeLong is a former FBI criminal profiler who has analyzed hundreds of crimes of interpersonal violence. On Thursday’s episode of Dr. Phil, DeLong shares her thoughts about the personality traits of Dr. Christopher Duntsch, a former neurosurgeon who is accused of maiming 33 patients, with two of them later dying after surgery, and was sentenced to life in prison for aggravated assault and harming an elderly person.
“He is not mentally ill. He has a couple of mental disorders as I see it. One, he’s a psychopath,” DeLong says in the video above. “He’s also a narcissist, and I would go so far to say a malignant narcissist.”

Hear more from DeLong in the video above, including why someone may behave like Dr. Duntsch.
On Thursday's episode, “Life After ‘Death’: Lethal Surgeon Sentenced to Prison,” a man who was maimed by Dr. Duntsch shares his story, and a woman who says she considered Duntsch her “second son” until her son became a quadriplegic after undergoing surgery with him speaks out for the first time. Plus, Dr. Terry Dubrow shares red flags to watch for when meeting a doctor. Check local listings to see where you can tune in.

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