DR. GILDA CARLE offers relationship
solutions that span the bedroom to the boardroom. She has a private practice,
she is an associate professor of psychology and communications at Mercy
College, NY, and she has authored: “Don’t Bet on the Prince!
How to Have the Man You Want by Betting On Yourself” (a test question
on “JEOPARDY!,”) “He’s Not All That! How to Attract
the Good Guys,” and “Teen Talk with Dr. Gilda: A Girl’s
Guide to Dating.” The New York Times calls her “the busiest
television therapist in the business.”
Gannett names her “TV’s #1 talk-show therapist,
hotter than the Sahara, part philosopher and part stand-up comic.”
She holds a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from New York University.
As a youngster, she danced on TV. As a young adult, she taught in New
York’s inner city schools. Later heading her own company, she became
a management consultant and motivational speaker, where she trained
of Fortune 500 companies to boost their bottom lines by enhancing their
corporate relationships. She published articles in technical journals
company magazines, and often delivered them abroad.
Always the educator, while offering advice on a home
shopping network, syndicated television discovered her– and she
began to expand her reach from the corporate sector into the realm of
personal relationships, as well. Today, she is the only internationally-acclaimed
relationship expert specializing in professional as well as personal relationships–which
also include teens. These unique credentials allow DR. GILDA to advise
people in the context of the larger picture–whether it is an organization
or a family. She is the Relationship Expert on WABC’s flagship “Success
Radio” show, she does the “Shrink Rap” column in Soap
Opera Digest, she is the Relationship Expert for Harlequin Enterprises
Worldwide, and the Relationship Expert for AMI Mini Mags, the booklets
at supermarket check-out counters. Previously, she had her own show as
the Love Doc on MTV Online, she was on the advisory board of the National
Association for Female Executives (NAFE), and she was the Valentine’s
Day Spokesperson for Hallmark. She was named “Best Speaker in America"
by Successful Meetings Magazine, and she became one of L'Egg's "Women
on the Move."