Keith Ablow, M.D., is a New York Times bestselling author, Fox News Psychiatry Correspondent, frequent Today Show on-camera expert, contributing editor for Good Housekeeping, and repeat Oprah guest. He has earned the title, “America’s Psychiatrist” by helping millions of people take control of their lives by understanding the patterns they’ve developed that are firmly rooted in the past. His transformative strategies are incisively presented in Living the Truth: Transform Your Life Through the Power of Insight and Honesty, one of the most highly anticipated books of 2007 (May, 2007, Little, Brown).
As a practicing psychiatrist, author and television personality, Dr. Ablow has treated thousands of patients in both public and private practice throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. He has documented, over the course of more than fifteen years, the unmistakable power of personal truth to transform human lives in a broad spectrum of environments. He believes we hold up shields to protect ourselves from the painful truths that, when faced honestly, turn into powerful insights and clear strategies for growth and success. “We all have ‘buried treasure, and it is just under the surface,’ Dr. Ablow asserts. "Once we gather the courage to unearth it, we are rewarded immeasurably for the effort."
The response to Dr. Ablow’s message has been dramatic and continues to grow. He has spoken publicly for hospitals, corporations, professional organizations, private colleges and public schools. His essays on human emotion and behavior have been published by The Annals of Internal Medicine, The New York Times, USA Today, Discover, U.S. News and World Report, Good Housekeeping (where he is a contributing editor), Cosmopolitan and many other national publications. In addition to Oprah and the Today show, he has appeared frequently on Good Morning America, Larry King Live, The O’Reilly Factor with Bill O’Reilly, Tyra, Montel, Maury and a host of other television programs.
Dr. Ablow graduated from Brown University and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and is on the faculty of New England Medical Center in Boston. In addition to his best-selling work of non-fiction, Inside the Mind of Scott Peterson, he is the author of six bestselling crime novels, all of which feature a forensic psychiatrist who solves mysteries beyond the grasp of other investigators. the lesson is always the same: You can’t outdistance your past. The truth always wins.