The doctor discusses singer Britney Spears' custody loss and speaks with her mother, Lynne Spears.
TV host Teresa Strasser.
A woman seeks the doctor's help when her husband makes a shocking confession.
The doctor continues his work with the six judgmental men and women living in the Dr. Phil House.
Guests ask for help dealing with pack-rat loved ones.
Fashion critic Steven Cojocaru discusses his battle with kidney disease and gives advice to other guests dealing with the same situation.
Guests say they are at crossroads in their marriages.
Robin McGraw reveals tips for looking younger, feeling better and getting slimmer.
Guests discuss the disappearance of 23-year-old Stacy Peterson; a woman tells of being in an abusive marriage.
The doctor helps guests try to resolve differences during the holiday season.
The doctor checks back with a family torn apart after the mother was banned from her only son's wedding.
Guests whose adult children still live with them seek advice.
Guests say their daughters are on destructive paths.
The doctor tries to get con artists and thieves to change their ways.
Guests say loved ones need financial reality checks.
Six judgemental men and women move into the Dr. Phil House.
Guests question whether certain behaviors are normal.
Actor Danny Bonaduce tries to salvage his marriage.
Guests fear their children could seriously injure another person, maybe even a member of their own family.
The doctor and author Emily Post tackle the dos and don'ts of etiquette.
A feud between a woman and her future mother-in-law tears a family apart.
Guests say they want plastic surgery to erase their ethnic identities.
A divorced couple struggles to co-parent their children; a woman hates her son-in-law.
The doctor confronts liars and con artists.
A woman confronts the father who abandoned her when she was a toddler.
The doctor concludes his work with an out-of-control, angry family.
Dr. Phil continues his work with a self-destructive, volatile family.
The doctor continues his work with twin sisters who are addicted to heroin.
Backstage battles and updates on controversial guests.
Guests want to know if their actions are normal or out of control.
The doctor continues his work with a family plagued by infidelity, betrayal and resentment.
The doctor tries to settle a heated dispute between a couple and their former daughter-in-law.
The doctor speaks with women who say they feel abandoned by loved ones because of their excessive weights.
Women say their husbands metrosexual tendencies are taking a toll on their marriages.
Former Miss Nevada Katie Rees tells why she thinks her dethronement was unfair; a man cheats on his wife while she is sleeping; a woman cannot stop shoplifting.
The doctor follows up with past guests.
A woman and her husband talk about raising triplets who are deaf and blind.
Victims of adoption scams share their stories.
Couples struggle to mend their crumbling marriages.
Two men confront the brother that has been stealing their identities for years; preventing identity theft.
Obese guests who are confined to their homes reunite with loved ones.
A woman wonders why getting revenge on her ex-husband was not satisfying; parents question their decision to send their 11-year-old to high school; updates on memorable guests.
Six women compete against one another for wedding prizes and a chance to walk down the aisle at their dream weight.
A man says his wife has too many pets; a woman says her fiance's love of sports is out of control; a woman's shopping habits threaten her engagement.
A woman remains angry toward her father; a woman worries her husband will abandon her; Robin reflects on her relationship with her father.
Author Jay McGraw ('The Ultimate Weight Loss Challenge for Teens').
Husbands and wives disagree about when to have children and how many they want to have.
Jael Strauss ('America's Next Top Model') returns; professional locator Troy Dunn searches for a man whose birth parents put him up for adoption 41 years ago.
Dr. Phil unravels painful details of Johnna's past, including her troubled relationship with her mother, who makes a shocking confession about her parenting skills, shedding light on Johnna's relationship with her own son.
Ed says his wife enables his 23-year-old stepson so much that it is destroying their marriage; she admits that her son easily manipulates her.
James accuses his estranged wife of being controlled by a religious group and says he fears that his four children may be in danger.
Brenda Heist speaks out about abandoning her family 11 years ago, where she has been living and what message she has for the family she left behind.
Courtney says her sister is an unfit mother who should not have custody of her child until she cleans up her life.
Michelle admits that she faked a pregnancy and stole a baby; M.E. says she is proud to be a sociopath.
Guests say they are fed up with spoiled family members.
A couple who lost custody of their young son say they have turned their lives around and want him back.
A former grocery-store cashier confronts the robber who held her at gunpoint and shot her in the face.
Parents say they have been living in constant fear of their teen daughter, who they say lashes out at them physically when she does not get her own way.
A woman says she fell in love with a man she met online but never saw face to face, then learned that he is not who he said he was.
The oldest of 10 children says her once-ideal family has been at war since her father left her mother for a 19-year-old, and the exes come face to face for the first time in five years on Dr. Phil's stage.
A woman tells of having been stalked and terrorized for years; by phone, Dr. Phil confronts the convicted stalker.
Unwed parents accuse each other of being abusive; actor Tom Sizemore discusses his wild past.
Florida's Stand Your Ground Law exonerates a woman who stabbed her boyfriend with a knife; a man says the self-professed 'Lipstick Bounty Hunters' assaulted him; a woman sues a dating website because the man she met tried to kill her.
A woman believes that her 7-year-old is the next big star and has spent nearly $20,000 to make that dream a reality; a couple's marriage is on the brink of divorce because they are unable to agree on housework.
A woman who wants to save her marriage admits to dragging her three children into her relationship drama with their father, who says he has cheated with four women and wants a divorce.
Dr. Phil and Robin offer advice on a variety of topics.
Karlyn says her family has been estranged since she and her brothers sided with their father in their parents' divorce; her mother and sister tell a different story.
Guests seek help for obese children and teenagers.
Tiffany and Richie struggle with grief and anger after a succession of tragedies rocks their relationship; Ashley and Erin's union is on the brink of divorce after infidelity, sex addiction and a failed open marriage.
Kim says her 22-year-old daughter's persistent emotional meltdowns cause chaos in their home; Alice says her daughter has lied so many times that she is unable to believe her latest assertion.
A husband's alarming confessions threaten a marriage.
Women who recently discovered that their husbands were cheating discuss the infidelity and whether their marriages can be repaired.
Actor J.R. Martinez discusses his life and has a message for a survivor of the Aurora, Colo., movie-theater shooting.
Tonya's family says she hears voices and claims to talk to the president; Laura says her son is either a con man, a pathological liar or mentally ill.
Women discuss their struggles with anorexia and bulimia.
The doctor speaks with a young woman who made international headlines when she ran away to Palestine to be with a man she met on the Internet.
Brenda and Jeremy Perry discuss losing their two young sons at the hands of Brenda's mother; Bethany Storro admits to intentionally burning her face with drain cleaner.
The doctor speaks to an American woman who moved to the Gaza Strip to be with the lover she met on MySpace.
A woman fears that her daughter will reunite with the ex-boyfriend who assaulted her and put her in the hospital; a woman behind bars for trying to have her ex-husband killed speaks out.
Sherrie Daly, ex-wife of golfer John Daly, and Siohvaughn Funches-Wade, ex-wife of NBA star Dwyane Wade, say they have been wrongly portrayed in the media and discuss losing custody of their children.
Jared says his ex-wife has failed to pay her court-ordered child support; she says he is determined to ruin her life with her new husband.
Mothers say their 13-year-old daughters are out of control, and Dr. Phil counsels them on how to rein in their troubled teens.
An out-of-control, 14-year-old girl admits to having unprotected sex with up to 50 men.
For the past five years, a married man has been pretending to go to work at high-profile jobs but, in fact, has been playing video games in the basement and sleeping in his car.
The doctor continues to investigate a teacher sex-scandal that has rocked a small Texas town.
The father of a missing teen says he is tired of being blamed for his son's disappearance and is willing to take a polygraph test to help clear his name.
The doctor speaks to a high-school teacher who was accused of sexual misconduct by three of her students.
A 13-year-old vanishes without a trace while on a court-ordered visitation at his father's house; his parents come face to face for the first time in years on Dr. Phil's stage.
Guests say they suffer from body dysmorphic disorder, a preoccupation with a real or imagined physical defect.
Simi Valley, Calif., residents say a heroin epidemic is crippling the youth in their town; families of heroin addicts reach out for help; a follow-up with talented young drug-addict Monet.
A single father raises three disrespectful adolescent boys after their mother ran off with her boyfriend.
The doctor counsels guests involved in controversial love affairs.
Parents confront the young man they accuse of vehicular homicide in the death of their 20-year-old son; why he has not been tried; the possibility of new evidence.
Six-year-old Ethan, who was abducted at gunpoint and held captive in an underground bunker in Alabama for nearly a week, and his mother, Jennifer, talk to Dr. Phil; specialists tell how to help him cope with what he has experienced.
Troy Dunn ('The Locator') reunites three siblings with the mother they have not seen in 31 years.
Criminal defense attorney Jose Baez discusses Casey Anthony's murder trial; John Bradley, a prosecution witness accused of perjuring himself on the stand.
Guests discuss suing ex-lovers for alienation of affection.
Rebecca says her sister has betrayed her by sleeping with the important men in her life; Steve says his girlfriend keeps stealing his money.
A woman's death was ruled an accidental drowning, but her friends say they think her husband murdered her; he says they have been harassing him and he agrees to take a polygraph test.
Fred Goldman, Kim Goldman Hahn and ghostwriter Pablo Fenjves discuss O.J. Simpson's book, 'If I Did It.'
A young woman breaks her silence about a sinister plot she says nearly claimed her life and that of her unborn baby; a woman is obsessed with becoming a mother and has resorted to drastic measures to get pregnant -- without her husband's consent.
Ronaiah Tuiasosopo, acquaintance of college football player Manti Te'o.
Ronaiah Tuiasosopo, acquaintance of college football player Manti Te'o.
Donna says her hatred for her son's wife is damaging her relationship with him; the young couple say Donna is so disruptive to their lives that they have cut all ties with her, changed their locks and sleep with a gun for protection.
A woman whose fiance is behind bars awaiting trial in a double homicide says she is innocent of helping to cover up the crimes; a victim's father and a district attorney weigh in.
The doctor counsels a couple who has been divorced twice and are still living together.
The doctor follows up with memorable guests.
A dark secret from a teen's past may be fueling her rage; communicating effectively with children.
Guests say the residential treatment centers they entered as troubled teens did them more harm than good; a woman says her mother was aware of abuse and did nothing to stop it; siblings felt trapped and tortured.
Dr. Phil uncovers painful secrets from an arrogant, narcissistic, racist and homophobic man's past.
Young women are taunted and harassed, often online, for their sexual behavior.
A teen accuses two high-school football players of raping her at a party, and community members call the investigation a cover-up to protect the town's beloved football program.
Parents say their 25-year-old's rage is so out-of-control that they fear he will kill them; a woman says her fiance becomes violent and abusive when he drinks.
Lynn says her mother has called her names, hit her and turned her whole family against her; her mother says Lynn will stop at nothing to get attention.
A bipolar woman says her family is insensitive and mean toward her about her illness; a woman tells of her multiple personalities.
A young woman, facing life in prison for the torture and murder of two teens, may have the opportunity for a reduced sentence.
Mike says his sister conned their elderly parents out of $100,000; Mattie says her 86-year-old mother was abused at her nursing home; keeping elderly loved ones safe.
Amanda is unsure whether or not to leave her husband, who was caught in an online sex sting and sentenced to prison; Seri is considering letting her ex-boyfriend back into her life after she says he made her a prostitute and kept all the money.
Connecticut elementary school shooting; how the families of victims and young witnesses can cope with the tragedy.
A 21-year-old woman and a 15-year-old girl say they are obsessed with their physical imperfections and in stuck in a cycle of anxiety and self-hatred.
A woman continues to breast-feed her nearly 4-year-old son; a mother climbs over locked gates to break into her 39-year-old daughter's home; a father publicly humiliates his teen son online.
Lori wants to find her only living sibling; Mitzi wants to know whether she should reunite with her ex-husband.
When to tell children about sex; how to broach the subject; do's and don'ts.
Brad Thill and his ex-wife, Leslie Tiesler, made headlines when they were accused of the abuse and starvation of three of their five children; Noah Blake, son of troubled actor Robert Blake, sets the record straight about his family's estrangement.
Parents say their daughter is an out-of-control teen who fights, runs away from home, shoplifts and dates older men; an admitted alcoholic and anorexic.
A 30-year-old mother of four and her 17-year-old fiance discuss their relationship; the teen's father and stepmother speak.
Teen sisters say media reports surrounding their arrest are ruining their lives; a young woman admits to lying about her parents abusing her.
A man accused of lying to the entire country speaks out for the first time on national television to try to clear his name.
Brittany wants to marry her abusive, unfaithful boyfriend, who says he is willing to make changes.
Dr. Phil's new book teaches how to spot users and abusers and tells new strategies for winning big in the game of life.
The parents of a young woman whose death was ruled a suicide say she was stalked in her final days and they believe she was murdered.
Newlyweds say their marriage is unraveling because of his abuse and infidelity; a mother of five wants cosmetic surgery, but her fiance threatens to end their engagement if she goes through with it.
Dr. Phil makes a house call to 'Monster-in-Law' Khalood to find out really goes on in her home and who is the real source of the family's never-ending turmoil.
Teenage Cassie says that two years ago, she became pregnant, had a confrontation with her father, and lost the baby; family members and medical records say that she was never pregnant.
A guest says her sister is a neglectful parent who left her own children in a burning house.
Guests say family members are arrogant, entitled and think the world revolves around them.
A high-school bullying incident involves lawsuits and death threats; the victim's mother comes face to face with one of the bullies' parents.
A model child becomes a rebellious and violent teen; a juvenile police officer laments her teen daughter's bad attitude.
A couple's 2-year-old adopted daughter is ripped from their arms when her birth father is granted custody pursuant to the Indian Child Welfare Act; Troy Dunn ('The Locator') helps Dr. Phil delve into the case.
Guests provide a glimpse into the often-debilitating world of obsessive-compulsive disorder; a man says the disorder sends him into trances during which he self-injures.
A woman says her husband calls her names because of her weight and makes cow noises when she eats ice cream; a mother says she will try to lose weight if her son stops picking on her about her size; author Liz Vaccariello.
A woman uses prescription pills to help her overcome her anorexia and the anxiety she feels from gaining weight; Dr. Phil investigates how her parents, who say they feel helpless, may be enabling her behavior and jeopardizing her recovery.
A woman says her husband kept her trapped like a prisoner for nearly four years, physically and emotionally abused her and forced her to live in inhumane conditions; her mother says she knew her daughter was being abused but felt powerless to help.
A woman has trouble coping after she finds out she was the result of an affair.
A man considers treatment for addiction.
A divorced couple refuse to leave their home.
A 48-year-old man says that, as a young boy, he was offered money to have sex with football coach Jerry Sandusky, as part of a tri-state child-pornography ring.
Parents want Dr. Phil's help for an out-of-control teen who is in and out of juvenile hall and terrorizing the family.
A mother wants Dr. Phil's help in controlling her teen daughter, who loves to fight and proudly posts videos of the brawls online.
A 10-year-old schizophrenic spends her days in an imaginary world; a young woman says she has replaced her schizophrenia medication with dangerous street drugs.
A woman is found hanged two days after her boyfriend's 6-year-old son falls to his death while in her care.
A man is spotted alive and well a week after his son told authorities that he had disappeared into the choppy waters of Jones Beach.
Dina Lohan, mother of actress Lindsay Lohan; a woman says Michael Lohan fathered her daughter 17 years ago.
Friends of the man suspected of killing unarmed teen Trayvon Martin speak out and confront his stepmother.
Dr. Phil puts aspiring child-stars to the test and takes a look at their dedicated stage-moms.
Physicians in the beauty industry tell how to get one's body back in shape without surgery.
Child-star hopefuls compete for a luxurious prize package.
A former madam tells all; a bank customer turns hero; a hotel guest says she was sexually assaulted when the front desk gave her room key to her assailant.
Panel members say they have psychic abilities, and Dr. Phil puts them to the test.
Dr. Phil discusses the growing trend of young men flunking out of school, avoiding responsibility and struggling socially.
Parents who rescued and adopted a 5-year-old child-pornography victim worry about the effect his past trauma is having on him now that he is a teen; survivors work to raise awareness and advocate for victims; protecting one's own children.
Convicted killer Daniel Pelosi discusses the night multimillionaire Ted Ammon died.
A family confronts a young Hollywood hopeful who has become a homeless heroin addict.
A teen says her mother is a 'raging lunatic' who yells and curses and stabs walls and doors, and she fears her sister has turned to drugs and alcohol to cope.
Parents return in a desperate attempt to save the life of their 22-year-old drug-addicted daughter.
An 18-year-old tells why he confessed, at age 12, to his younger sister's murder.
NFL star Terrell Owens talks about his life and accusations of being a deadbeat dad, then comes face to face with mothers of his children.
'Monster-in-law' Khalood returns and says her daughter, rather than her son-in-law, is now the target of her wrath.
Police arrest and charge a man with child abuse while he is hiking with his three grandchildren at the Grand Canyon.
A woman wants the right to euthanize her severely disabled offspring; a former model says she has chronic Lyme disease; Lyme disease hits home for a 'Dr. Phil' staff member.
The final chapter in the Dr. Phil Family saga; Dr. Phil advises Alexandra on forging new relationships with her family; a peek into her life in rehab.
After addict Alexandra returns from five months in rehab, Dr. Phil fears that her mother, Erin, may be sabotaging her recovery.
Post-traumatic stress disorder can dismantle marriages, destroy families and leave victims reliving nightmares.
A young woman tells who she blames for her addiction problems.
A teen says her parents treat her older brother as the favorite child, and she feels like an orphan; a guest says his marriage is on the brink because of a bitter feud between his wife and his parents.
Actor Cuba Gooding Jr. discusses portraying a youth correctional counselor who helps violent and troubled girls; a woman tells of having her teen daughter prosecuted for stealing; how to help troubled young people.
The world of male escorts; the owner of a male-escort website.
A guest says her 14-year-old daughter is defiant, violent and rules the household; an update on out-of-control 17-year-old Courtney.
A 35-year-old former high-school teacher, who has had two babies by a student, considers herself the victim.
The story of a woman who calls herself a 9/11 survivor unravels; the woman Casey Anthony labeled 'Zanny the Nanny' tells her side of the story.
Olympic gold-medalist Amanda Beard.
Guests who exhibit embarrassing behavior; Nancy O'Dell talks about creative gifts.
A woman faces her now ex-husband who started robbing banks after he lost his job.
A woman says her new husband is controlling and abusive to her and her teen daughter; an accident killed a guest's father and sister and left him paralyzed.
A 19-year-old claims she was sexually abused and exploited by her father in exchange for drugs; a 21-year-old says she was held captive, sold on Craigslist and sexually assaulted for eight days when she was 17.
Actress Susan Sarandon tells of playing a mother whose grown son refuses to leave the nest; Dr. Phil puts real-life moochers in the hot seat.
A couple say the last eight years of their marriage has been nearly sexless and filled with anger and resentment; the couple who overcame a devastating accident and inspired the movie 'The Vow.'
Singer Toni Braxton and her reality-star sisters and mother.
A young woman tells of being locked away in a small camper for years, being sexually abused, and giving birth to four of her father's children.
Joshua Powell, a person of interest in his wife's disappearance, and their two young sons die in a fiery explosion.
Alexandra comes clean about her drug use, lies and poor choices and wants to make amends with those who have stood by her.
Entertainer Donny Osmond; Stevie Wonder performs.
A woman says she wants her deceitful, backstabbing, sneaky and controlling mother-in-law out of her life.
A former beauty queen tells of being addicted to heroin and meth; creating a healthy home environment for someone struggling with substance abuse.
An 18-year-old describes six years of extreme abuse at the hands of her parents.
Drug-addicted Alexandra and her family return.
Parents of violent 16-year-old twins fear that someone will end up seriously injured or dead.
A medical assistant admits to stealing and calling in fake prescriptions to feed her painkiller addiction and faces her daughter for the first time in eight years.
A teen admits that she lies, steals, bullies anyone she can, and has been expelled, suspended and transferred to five alternative schools.
Couples say infidelity has pushed them to the brink of breaking up, and they must choose whether to continue or end their relationships.
Survivors of the Costa Concordia disaster; a guest tells of foiling a bank robbery; a businesswoman says she was sexually assaulted in her Finland hotel room.
A woman tells of her abusive husband's attempt to murder her when he learned that she had filed for divorce.
A woman tells of being held captive and how she and her baby were rescued; an 18-year-old mother shoots an intruder in her home.
Mean women attract drama and say they do not need any female friends; reality stars Drita D'avanzo and Renee Graziano.
'CBS This Morning' hosts Charlie Rose, Gayle King and Erica Hill; Dr. Phil in the hot seat.
Guests look to mend shattered relationships in time for the holidays.
Comics Darrell Hammond and Chris Titus.
A couple say their financial struggles are destroying their marriage; a single mother's story of survival; beating hunger in America.
A woman tells of learning that her husband had been sexually abusing their three daughters for years; warning signs.
Parents say their grown offspring are freeloaders who seem unable to cut the cord.
Wives say they caught their husbands with other women; whether a marriage can survive infidelity.
An experiment in role reversal forces three men to step into their wives' shoes; a chance to win a gift certificate to a spa.
A war veteran says his wife punches, slaps and kicks him, and his 2-year-old daughter's grandmothers fear that she has also fallen victim to the abuse.
A woman says her bodybuilder husband spends nearly $10,000 a year on tanning, transplants and neurotoxin, putting the family deep in debt; a man says he is unable to stop cheating.
A woman says she has failed at every diet she has tried; an obese woman says she is ready to feel healthy; making a major life-change.
The cast of the TV movie 'Have a Little Faith' and the man behind the heartwarming tale join Dr. Phil.
The world record-holder for heaviest living woman says she dreams of a better life for herself and her son; the Style Network's Ruby Gettinger discusses her weight-loss journey.
The lead prosecutor in the Casey Anthony case answers questions and reveals contents of Anthony's psychological report.
A man says he was shocked and appalled when his ex's mother accused him of sexually molesting his young daughter.
A judge comes under fire for whipping his teen daughter with a belt; discipline vs. child abuse.
Guests want nosy loved ones to stay out of their business.
A man's children do not feel that they are a priority in his life.
Actor Adam Sandler; 77-year-old twins; identical twins with a complicated relationship.
Dr. Phil checks in with a troubled 23-year-old; the young woman's sister shares shocking news.
A woman is accused of holding people captive, torturing family members, stealing money from the disabled and starving a man to death in a closet.
Jealousy chips away at the trust between partners, causing problems in marriages and ruining guests' abilities to be good parents and to function in their daily lives.
A family learns that a teen son has molested his younger half-sister.
A man who cheated on his wife with her best friend.
A husband makes headlines by seeking revenge on his soon-to-be ex-wife.
A 16-year-old is at the center of a bitter battle between her unborn child's grandmothers.
Suicides of teens subjected to bullying; the roles others play in bullying; children lashing out.
'Dancing With the Stars' contestants Nancy Grace, David Arquette, Carson Kressley, Rob Kardashian and their professional dancers; Dr. Phil and Robin perform the salsa.
Journalist Lisa Ling shares her findings about the multibillion-dollar amateur adult-video business.
Former Guns N' Roses member Duff McKagan tells of turning his life around; a 25-year-old admits that she robbed her family to feed her addiction.
A mother makes her living as an escort; a man says he is ready to divorce his wife because of her endless accusations of infidelity.
A woman says her 19-year-old daughter has fallen for a 'bad boy,' and she worries for her safety.
Drug addiction may cause a former cheerleader to lose her freedom and custody of her 3-year-old son.
Teen parents face off; an update from another teen mom.
A polygamist family insist that their union is a love story.
A woman discusses how her penchant for plastic surgery may be affecting her young daughters.
Levi Johnston, father of politician Sarah Palin's grandson.
Guests air their opinions on unruly children being kicked off flights and out of restaurants and vacation hot spots.
Willie Jessop, former spokesman for the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, comes face-to-face with ex-members of the polygamous sect and a private investigator.
Grandparents George and Cindy Anthony discuss the death of little Caylee Anthony.
George and Cindy Anthony, parents of Casey Anthony, break their silence.
Dr. Phil helps two struggling families to regain control of their overweight children's appetites and lives.
The Dr. Phil Housewives provide updates and tell how their journeys have dramatically changed their lives.
The Dr. Phil Housewives go on a surprise adventure and must work together as a team.
Dr. Phil answers questions on life-altering moments and decisions that can change a future forever; a moving story of loss.
A woman says she fears that her ex-boyfriend will kidnap their son and leave the country; child-custody precautions mothers need to know before leaving abusive relationships.
Violence against men; Dr. Phil helps two women control their tempers.
Brandon confronts Alexandra to save her life from what her parents and Dr. Phil believe is an addiction to prescription pills.
Dr. Phil sends a recovering addict and his mother to stage an intervention to try to save Alexandra's life.
A murdered child's mother and sister confront one of her killers.
The mother and sister of a 12-year-old girl who was tortured and killed in 1992 share their story.
A couple say they are tired of their 24-year-old twins living in their house without paying for rent, groceries or utilities; siblings say they are fed up with their younger brother mooching off of their mom.
A former drug addict who has been clean for five years helps three drug-addicted brothers who reach out him for help.
A couple claim that weeks of bullying culminated in their 15-year-old son being sexually assaulted during wrestling practice; a mother worries her teenaged son is a bully, and he says he feels empowered by tormenting others.
A 26-year-old woman who says she is proud to be a bully admits to being physically and verbally abusive to overweight people and people with disabilities; comic Kirk Fox goes under cover in a wheelchair to test her; actor Max Adler discusses bullies.
Two sisters struggle to find closure on a dark chapter in their childhoods; a woman travels halfway around the world to get answers from the man with whom she fell in love online.
Sisters say their stepfather sexually abused them when they were children, and their mother knew and allowed it to happen.
Loved ones are caught in the middle when men go to war with their mothers-in-law.
Dr. Phil asks Alexandra about her ties to a drug bust; custody of her children comes into question.
Two wives confront their husbands' mistresses about their lifestyles.
Dr. Phil sits down with four women who have had affairs with married men.
Women say their fiances left them before the wedding.
Dr. Phil asks Alexandra about her addiction to prescription pills.
Guests open up to their spouses about their money secrets.
Reality TV star Danielle Staub, Miss Cougar California Tyana Alvarado and self-proclaimed gold digger Baje Fletcher say they can get any man to fall in love with them.
Dr. Phil advises parents who are trying to merge their families and create happy, peaceful homes; being a successful stepparent; a quiz on parenting style.
Dr. Phil says parents have their own work to do before their teen can successfully complete drug rehab.
Finding her adopted foster child's needs overwhelming, a woman gives temporary custody of him to her daughter and son-in-law.
Dr. Phil tries to reunite sisters torn apart by one bad decision.
Guests say their anger leaves a wake of destruction in its path.
Men and women debate who can do everything better; author Dan Abrams ('Man Down').
Dr. Phil talks to a woman who says she killed her husband in self-defense, siblings seeking justice for their sister's murder, and a couple attacked by their daughter's boyfriend.
Dr. Phil and Robin celebrate their granddaughter's first birthday and discuss their grandparenting philosophies.
An update on the housewife who was sent to the hospital; Jennifer makes an admission about her past; how personal truth affects one's life.
Dr. Phil gets to the bottom of accusations that Kimm has been drinking and using drugs; one of the women must be rushed to the ER.
Dr. Phil Housewife Jennifer learns who had an affair with her husband; sparks fly among the Housewives.
A woman breaks the law for her children's education.
Guests say jealousy is tearing apart their marriages.
Two mothers say they do not see eye-to-eye with their daughters about the boys they date.
Dr. Phil continues his discussion with a family ripped apart by accusations of child molestation; an update on a mother whose discipline tactics brought the studio audience to tears.
A woman says her 4-year-old granddaughter claims she was touched inappropriately by her father.
Two concerned women try to reconnect with their children, whom they haven't seen in more than a year.
A young woman claims she is not addicted to prescription drugs.
Guests go to extremes to help the youngest members of their families excel.
A woman lives in fear of an attack in her own home; a man has 50 plastic surgeries; a woman plans her wedding, but has no groom.
Guests say they are fed up with their husbands' critical ways.
Divorced parents wage a no-holds-barred battle over custody of their three young children.
Alexandra discusses her bad decisions, her feud with her mother, and why it is sometimes better that she does not see her children.
A man reunites with his three children, whose mother abducted them more than 15 years ago.
'Dr. Phil Family' member Alexandra talks about her strained relationships, overcoming addiction, seeing her children, and her battle to have the life she deserves.
Dr. Phil talks with housewife Rachael's baby's father and gives Gloria insight into her behavior; a special guest visits the women.
A profile of accused mass-shooter Jared Lee Loughner.
Teens play a potentially deadly choking game.
Radio announcer Ted Williams discusses meeting the challenges of sudden fame.
Brittany and her mother confront her father, who she says sexually abused her starting at the age of 7.
A young woman returns after one of the most dramatic interventions on the show; another family reaches out to a former guest and his mother for help.
A young man who hitchhiked to Los Angeles to pursue his call to greatness as a rap superstar is now homeless and seems to have no desire to get off the streets.
Joselyn thinks that her mother's abuse contributed to her brother's 'snapping' and murdering his grandmother.
Dr. Phil Housewives Alana, Gloria, Rachael, Michelle, Jennifer and Kimm visit; a recap of the series.
Korin has lost custody of one of her children because of her boyfriend's abusive behavior, and she fears losing the rest.
A woman says her husband's rage is out of control and she fears for her safety.
Marcia fears that her 19-year-old daughter is living in a motel with a pimp and a prostitute, who she thinks have taken her under their wing.
Dr. Phil and Dr. Travis Stork kick off a quick diet challenge.
Carolyn and Laura blame their bipolar brother's wife for his manic episodes in which he set his house on fire and injured his dog.
A woman says small arguments have torn her family apart, making the holidays one big hassle.
Dr. Phil addresses viewer questions about the murder of 6-year-old JonBenét Ramsey and discusses what he calls the hard evidence that exonerated her parents and siblings.
While filming a show about being an uncontrollable teen, Danielle steals a 'Dr. Phil' crew member's car.
Making health a top priority during the holidays; lowering blood pressure; preventing children from catching flu; treating burns.
The father of Austin Harrouff, a 19-year-old accused of stabbing a couple to death and injuring their neighbor, speaks out.
Erik and his mother have had an ongoing battle with drug addiction, and he says she is the reason he has not been able to get clean.
Guests say their lives were forever changed when their worst nightmares played out on the Internet; how to ensure online privacy and security.
The Dr. Phil Housewives discuss what they have learned; Alana and Michelle confront Gloria.
Part two of a three-part interview with 29-year-old Burke Ramsey, brother of child murder victim JonBenét Ramsey; tapes of him being interviewed by a psychologist soon after his sister's death.
A guest says she will dump her boyfriend if he does not propose soon; a woman says her marriage is a sham.
Part one of a three-part interview with 29-year-old Burke Ramsey, brother of child murder victim JonBenét Ramsey.
Olympic track-and-field athlete Marion Jones discusses lying about the use of illegal steroids; a woman thought she had everything until her husband made a shocking confession.
Michelle says her sister spread lies about her to her late fiance's family, causing her not to receive money from a wrongful death settlement, and accuses her sister's child of molesting hers.
Dr. Phil and author Betsy Brown Braun discuss taming a child's tantrums.
Women say they want big changes on their wedding days.
A couple want a relationship with his father, but they say he misconstrues every attempt as some form of life-threatening conspiracy; Pat Smith ('Second Chances').
The Dr. Phil Housewives prepare their meals for the cooking competition; one of the women is unable to handle criticism and packs her bags to leave.
Guests struggle with losing weight; how to avoid overeating during the holidays.
Unwed parents who met on a dating app feud over cheating, violence and lies; the young woman's family must raise the couple's child while the people are absorbed in their drama.
Family members struggle to cope with the loss of their father; finding and closure and peace after losing a loved one.
Leslie Merritt Jr. discusses being locked up for nearly a year after being accused of being the Arizona freeway sniper.
A recovering addict and his mother return to try to help a young woman hooked on drugs; update on a former guest.
An alcohol intervention for MLB star Richie Lewis; former teammate Deion Sanders surprises his dear friend.
A mother in a bitter custody battle is offered a polygraph test to prove that she has not coached her daughters to make false accusations of physical and sexual abuse against their father, but something causes her to storm off stage.
A man accused of sexually abusing his children takes a polygraph; his girlfriend must choose between him and custody of her newborn son.
Guests say their loved ones are too controlling, combative and outspoken.
Dr. Phil confronts Alana about her treatment of others, and her sister sheds light on her childhood; the women move into the Dr. Phil House.
Jordan and Kyle accuse each other of physical abuse, and Jordan's mother has advice for her; Robin McGraw describes warning signs of an abusive relationship.
A husband and father says he cheats on his wife because she is not hot enough for him.
Dr. Phil leads a debate over a website that dishes dirt on ordinary people.
A woman says she has a mother-in-law from hell; sisters fight a 10-year feud over their father's house and will.
April says another woman is electronically stealing photos of her children and posing as their mother online.
Rachael drops a bombshell that causes the housewives to take sides.
Angie's teen son attempted to run over his ex-girlfriend with his car; the mother of unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown, who was shot by a police officer in Ferguson, Mo.; Marian's unarmed son was also shot by a cop.
Teens and their parents argue over who should raise the teens' baby; 10 things teens want parents to know about teen sex.
A woman says that her daughter is a spoiled liar.
Dr. Phil talks to young mothers who are addicted to heroin and prescription drugs.
Former safety companion Jamison, who spent five years in prison after being convicted of sexually assaulting a female hospital patient, maintains his innocence and insists he is the one who was attacked.
The Housewives confront Jennifer's cheating husband; Dr. Phil puts Kimm through an experiment.
The man behind the photo of 'David Chris Jr.'; Dr. Phil hires an investigator to find answers for Barbara and her family.
A father who confronted his daughter's bullies; a woman who says her husband was shot by Mexican pirates.
Barbara has wired money to her online boyfriend, 'David Chris Jr.,' whom she has never met in person because, he says, he is an overseas financial adviser on assignment in Nigeria.
Dr. Phil continues his discussion with a married couple who are at odds over having an open marriage.
Nick Gordon discusses the night Bobbi Kristina Brown drowned in the bathtub and fell into a deadly coma, and her final moments alive.
A woman says her husband wants her to consider an open marriage.
Nick Gordon discusses his private life with singer Whitney Houston and her daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, and the women's tragic deaths.
Separation assault; staying safe after leaving a violent relationship.
Gloria fights with Alana and Kimm; Michelle learns how to change her damaged personal truth; the reality of Kimm's marriage is revealed; Alana learns to be genuine without being hurtful.
A woman who says she is a murder suspect's ex-girlfriend says he has a dark side; a woman tells about the night she was kidnapped and nearly murdered by serial killer Ted Bundy.
Kim says she was forced to step in and take guardianship of her grandson, who was living in a filthy home; the child's parents say she tricked them into signing over permanent guardianship to her.
Dr. Phil offers viewers a personality test.
A 16-year-old girl thinks her curfew is too early; a 15-year-old girl questions whether to let her now-sober mother back in her life; a woman who has been struggling to keep her family together since she was 13 gets a surprise.
Treva's daughters say she is a violent alcoholic who might be better off behind bars; Treva, who has been to rehab eight times, says that they do not work for her, and that her whole family needs an intervention.
Parents accuse one another of brainwashing their children in order to win custody; attorneys Areva Martin and Lisa Bloom.
A couple say their teen son hits them daily, touches his mother in inappropriate places, and has destroyed most of their furniture; Dr. Phil has an emotional heart-to-heart talk with the youth.
The Dr. Phil housewives: Dr. Phil gives Kimm a wake-up call; the women confront Rachael about her anger; Michelle goes on a date.
Stacey, a mother of six, tells of learning that her husband was cheating with an exotic dancer half his age; the former couple wonder if they should try to pick up the pieces and be a family again.
Scary new fads; the top three questions one should ask a teen.
Rachel says her promising young daughter is belittled, mistreated and beaten down by her best friend and has dropped out of college.
Richard considers remarrying his ex-wife, who hoards collectibles and trash in her mold-infested home.
Dr. Phil and Dr. Travis Stork examine the behavior of people who say they are controlled by their food cravings.
Dr. Phil's six housewives open up; self-defeating games; assertiveness and aggressiveness; lasting self-confidence.
Robert denies abducting and abusing his daughter and says an acquaintance's meddling got the child removed from his home.
An anorexic woman says she has only three months to live and does not trust her drug-addicted husband to care for her children.
Young people take their own lives after being tormented over their sexuality.
A troubled 31-year-old father, who has been kicked out of the house by his parents for being lazy and jobless, admits to making mistakes and wants to improve his situation; an unexpected incident that occurred the morning of the show is revealed.
Teens are terrorized, attacked and abused, some to the point of suicide.
Maria and Paul need help with their violent 16-year-old daughter who started smoking at 10 and sneaking out of the house at 11; Maria admits to being afraid of her daughter and asks for Dr. Phil's help in regaining control of her.
Dr. Phil continues to work with six women who want to make changes in their lives: Gloria almost quits, Rachael's father is missing from her life, Alana apologizes.
Valerie says her husband is an emotionally stunted bully who favors one of their children, while the rest of their family is invisible to him; another child says she is counting down the years until she can move out; how to get out of a rut.
A 26-year-old anorexic and bulimic and her family; another family deals with a daughter's eating disorder.
Preteen Aneska's parents say her rage and violence have them at their wits' end; Rachel wants her husband to put down his game controller and pay attention to her.
A journey into the mind of an anorexic and bulimic; warning signs of eating disorders.
Dr. Phil digs deeper into housewife Alana's past; Gloria discusses the tragedies she has faced.
Jonni has dedicated her life to finding her daughter, who disappeared two years ago after a night out with friends; Jonni's husband wants her focus to be on him and her stepchildren; an update on the disappearance of Dylan Redwine.
Elizabeth says her boyfriend's dominant personality is what drew her to him, but he soon became physically and verbally abusive.
An interview with Rachel Hutson, who, at 19 and with a history of mental illness, shot and killed her mother, then texted her father a photo of the dead body; the young woman comes face-to-face with her family for the first time since sentencing.
A recovering drug addict returns to lead a lifesaving intervention for a young man addicted to heroin and alcohol.
Six women with different issues discuss their personal experiences in the second of a multipart series that will change their lives.
Jared has anger and mood swings that he does not know how to control, and his wife fears his violent outbursts and threats to harm himself.
The Dr. Phil Family's dramatic summer; the baby is tested for drugs.
Chelsie is frustrated because she has to financially support her family, then come home to clean up after her baby and her husband, who has been unemployed throughout their marriage.
A woman who was, years ago, called the mistress of a husband on trial for murder denies the accusation and says it has taken a toll on her; Dr. Phil's new partnership with Life Reimagined.
A woman's infant is taken from her after a visit to the ER uncovers bite marks and broken bones; she says he may have a medical condition that explains his injuries.
Dr. Phil tries to get parents mired in a contentious custody battle to put their 4-year-old daughter's needs ahead of their own.
Dr. Phil's 60th birthday party; celebrity wishes and performances; surprises.
Racial and cultural biases; Teresa Giudice and Caroline Manzo ('The Real Housewives of New Jersey').
Six women with different issues discuss their personal experiences in the first of a multipart series that will change their lives.
Dr. Phil launches his End the Silence on Domestic Violence campaign.
Stephanie's 21-year-old son dies after falling from a 15-foot stair railing, and she blames his girlfriend for his death; the young woman says that he was drunk and lost his balance, and that she has been the target of a witch hunt.
Pat believes that her husband has been poisoning her food and injecting her with poison as she sleeps, so he can molest their three teenage daughters; he says she has paranoid, delusional mental illness; Dr. Phil talks with the girls.
Amanda says her father sexually abused her for more than a decade, but some family members refuse to believe her; what he said to her in a phone call recorded by police; she takes a polygraph exam.
Amanda says her father molested her for 15 years; her mother and other family members refuse to believe her, but her grandmother says they are in denial; the three women come face-to-face to get to the bottom of what happened.
A woman says her husband is verbally and emotionally abusive.
Prosecutor Juan Martinez reveals behind-the-scenes details that happened during the trial of Jodi Arias for the murder of ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander; one of the jurors sheds light on what deadlocked a jury; Alexander's sister Tanisha speaks out.
A woman wonders if she should leave her dying husband.
Jyllian says her adopted daughter's formerly homeless birth family has gotten out of control, and she has obtained a restraining order against bio-mom Olivia, fearing that they will kidnap her daughter.
Julia says that, eight years ago, when authorities found her and her young daughters and newborn granddaughter homeless and living in a car, they placed the girls in foster care, and the infant got adopted, but now the family wants her back.
After 18 years of marriage, a woman begins to think she may be a lesbian; a young woman likes gory, terrifying movies; a beautiful woman says no one will take her seriously.
Two men struggle to turn their lives around after joining ranks with white supremacists and neo-Nazi groups.
Young people who grew up listening to their parents' constant screaming matches say the family would be better off if the couple divorced.
A 560-pound man says he is going on an epic bike ride across America to lose weight, write a book and save his marriage, but when thousands of dollars roll into his GoFundMe campaign, critics say he is just a con artist; he confronts them on stage.
The chaos of having a teen with bipolar disorder is tearing apart a family.
A 44-year-old man has chased his dream of being a rock 'n' roll superstar for his entire life, and it has cost him everything; Gene Simmons, of KISS, helps to set him straight.
After only four months of living with his adoptive family, young Andrew died of salt intoxication; his mother's murder conviction has been overturned and the charges dismissed.
Some of the key people involved in the O.J. Simpson murder trial voice concern that they will be misrepresented on screen.
Angel says her mother allowed her grandfather to molest her, knowing he had molested other children in the past; her mother says she never thought her dying father could harm her children.
A couple say caring for their son's special needs has taken a toll on their marriage and made them feel they have missed out on time with their other children.
Guests seek help for issues including problems in the bedroom, strange habits and sudden life changes.
Attorneys Lisa Bloom, Areva Martin, Anthony Pope, Loni Coombs and Chris Chatham discuss shocking legal headlines.
A man and a woman who met only once marry and bring their seven children under one roof, and life is not what anyone expected.
Author Sean Payton ('Home Team') joins Dr. Phil to offer insight to guests who say they have drive but struggle to find balance and focus in their lives.
Dr. Phil gives viewers an exclusive look into the making of his talk show.
Mothers discuss the potential problems of international adoption.
Julia and her husband believe she is a prophet and able to work miracles; her parents try to get custody of the couple's children away from them.
Susie says her daughter neglects her parental duties to spend time with her boyfriend, who has a history of drug use and a criminal record.
Actor Steve Harvey reveals his thoughts on what men really think of love, relationships, intimacy and commitment; a 30-year-old woman says she has never had a boyfriend; a woman wants to learn how to be less bossy and demanding.
Teens attempt extremely risky backyard stunts, light themselves on fire, and boast about their exploits in videos posted online.
Dr. Phil Family member Erin shows off her new look; a pregnant teen must decide whether to keep her baby or to place him for adoption.
A married woman says she is in love with another man, whom she has known for only three weeks.
Laurie believes her 23-year-old son has multiple personalities and many other disorders; her sister says he is a moocher who has been manipulating his mother to get what he wants and avoid working.
Dr. Phil Family member Marty returns to discuss his biggest fear, and Dr. Phil issues him a stern warning.
Ruth and her husband say her 20-year-old daughter's lies are ruining their lives and have landed them both behind bars; the young woman admits she lies but says she does not know why.
A woman who grew up in an abusive home fears the cycle of violence is continuing in her own marriage.
A 15-year-old tells what happened when she went missing.
Dr. Phil confronts Alexandra about her rebellious attitude and reveals some of her bad behavior caught on tape.
Alyssa has left her controlling husband who she says degraded her constantly, but he refuses to leave her alone, and her mother fears he is desperate and capable of anything; Rachael Ray ('Everyone Is Italian on Sunday') helps a couple.
Belinda, 44, says bringing a 'sister wife' into her marriage is a 'beautiful thing'; her husband says the backlash to their lifestyle from the community and social media has been so severe that he fears for their safety; Pastor Joel Osteen.
Dr. Phil examines the effects of anorexia nervosa on a victim and her family.
Dr. Phil must determine whether a young woman is addicted to anti-anxiety medication, or whether her family is overreacting.
Dr. Phil talks to a man who supports dog fighting; the cast of 'Rescue Ink' gathers evidence for a bust.
Scott insists he was not drunk when he fell down a flight of stairs and says he has his drinking under control, but his family tells a different story; the winner of the Walk a Day in Robin's Shoes campaign tells her story of domestic violence.
Katherine pushes Dr. Phil too far.
Daniela says her husband has been fighting the debilitating symptoms of PTSD and she resents her mother, with whom they live, for calling him lazy and worthless because he does not support his wife and child.
Cynthia Shackelford talks about suing the woman she claims stole her husband; author Jenny Sanford ('Staying True').
Karen fears that her 23-year-old son, who has a history of mental illness, may be contemplating mass murder; loved ones remember San Bernardino shooting victims.
An animal rescuer comes face to face with members of a hateful Facebook group dedicated to destroying her reputation.
Mothers who admit to bullying their children.
A man is unable to complete two polygraphs.
Sadie is a full-time high-school teacher, a beauty queen and a candidate for political office; Courtney has OCD and spends most of her time trying to avoid germs.
A woman who donated a kidney to her husband fears he is now cheating on her; a woman wonders if she should divorce her dying husband.
Alexandra's fiance, Tony, takes a lie-detector test to prove he did not cause the bruises on Alexandra's 2-year-old daughter.
Dr. Phil continues his discussion about the use of restraints in school.
School bullying because of religion; a couple who have married and divorced repeatedly.
Dr. Phil uncovers the parenting mistakes that sent one young man on a path of self-destruction; guest Kelly Osbourne.
Dr. Phil has a powerful message for young mother Alex about the custody of her children.
Michael Lohan tells what he says happened the night in November 2015 when he lost custody of his two toddler sons with his wife Kate Major, who he says is a volatile, 'raging alcoholic.'
Men tell how they use Facebook to hook up with women; a woman says she is so focused on Facebook that she is never intimate with her husband.
Tina says her children lived in a house of horrors with their father and stepmother; two of the eldest speak out for the first time about the conditions they say they endured.
A 12-year-old girl is arrested for doodling on her school desk; a surveillance camera captures a mute, autistic 14-year-old boy being dragged out of a classroom and placed in a dark room; the use of prone restraint in schools.
Dr. Phil tackles serious questions about parenting and relationships.
Eighteen-year-old Alexis' parents fear that her boyfriend kidnapped her and held her hostage -- a claim the young couple both deny.
Alex says the latest developments in her life have caused her so much stress that her hair is falling out; Erin and Tony face off behind closed doors.
Dr. Phil examines the connection between bullying and teen suicide.
A 16-year-old girl says that after watching the 'Dr. Phil' episodes revealing Jared Fogle's secret audio recordings, she felt compelled to speak out for his other victims.
A panel of guests discuss motherhood and marriage.
Dr. Phil sheds light on the American family-court system and how often if fails its citizens.
Dr. Phil offers polygraph and drug tests to Joey and his ex-wife, Sandra, who accuses him of abuse, neglect and inappropriate conduct with their two young daughters.
A panel of guests continue their heated discussion about the treatment of overweight people in today's society.
Divorced mother Sandra says her daughters tell her worrisome things after visiting with their father, and she fears for their lives.
A panel of guests discuss the stigmas and stereotypes associated with obesity, the size of airline seats and more.
Tips and tricks to boost brainpower and improve mood; 10 foods that sharpen the mind; battling the winter blues; remembering people's names.
Amber 'Jewel' Shuping explains why she felt she had to take her vision by putting drain cleaner in her eyes.
A 15-year-old girl abuses inhalants; a 51-year-old woman has been tanning since she was eight and owns her own tanning bed; a 23-year-old woman refuses to wear sunscreen; a woman loses 80 pounds with a diet pill.
Guests discuss the leisure time of moms.
Dr. Phil sits down with Marty, the father of the Dr. Phil Family, to discuss the chaos in the lives of his family members.
Bridget worries that Kevin is having an inappropriate relationship with her daughter, Grace, though Kevin denies it.
Dr. Phil examines celebrities' lifestyles, focusing on drug overdoses and addictions to prescription medications.
Audio tapes detail sandwich-shop spokesman Jared Fogle's troubling conversations about children, sex, and how to lure innocent victims.
Dr. Phil speaks with feuding friends; the appropriate boundaries for maintaining healthy friendships; signs that a friendship has turned toxic.
A woman says she is obsessed with making her 3-year-old daughter a star; a man fears his wife's all-consuming desire to become a mom is taking a toll on their relationship.
Julie brings her grandson with her on trips to see her childhood friend, with whom she is cheating on her husband; the men speak for the first time, on stage.
Dr. Phil discusses America's justice system and delves into the minds of killers and sex offenders.
Warning signs of suicidal teens; actor Hill Harper speaks with the younger generation about what causes them to commit suicide; the documentary 'Race to Nowhere.'
Kiersten and Jadan fear that custody of their unborn daughter will go to Kiersten's mother, who says Jadan is abusive toward Kiersten.
Dr. Phil provides updates on guests wrongly convicted of crimes.
Tammy, who was on the show five years ago because of anger issues, is reunited with her 20-year-old homeless daughter, whom she has not seen in two years.
Journalist Ashley Banfield joins Dr. Phil to discuss shocking headlines.
Leslie says her ex-husband is controlling, abusive and narcissistic; he says she is delusional, a liar and cannot be trusted with their 5-year-old son.
Women suspect their husbands are being unfaithful.
Facialist-to-the-stars Dawn DaLuise, who thought she was engaged in a bitter battle with a rival esthetician, is arrested in a murder-for-hire plot, then learns who, she says, is really behind the attempts to destroy her.
The Dr. Phil Family returns: Alexandra and Katherine struggle to get past the jealousy, betrayal and bitterness that is tearing them apart.
Drug addicts return with updates on their recoveries.
Dr. Phil and legal commentator Nancy Grace discuss recent headlines that they think demonstrate how the system has failed.
The marketing entrepreneur who created the Peeple app says hate mail, death threats and criticism have come flooding in; Tracey says she thrives on the negative attention she gets on social media, and one of her followers wants to change her.
A man thinks his son-in-law had something to do with his daughter's disappearance.
Dr. Phil speaks with guests battling over inheritances and prenuptial agreements.
A high-school student is caught on tape protecting a legally-blind student from being beaten up by a bully.
The Dr. Phil Family returns: Katherine says she will testify against Alexandra in the custody battle for her son, Nathan; Dr. Phil issues an ultimatum to the women of the family.
Rachael and Tino say their 22-year-old son, a straight-A student, suddenly dropped out of college and moved back home, refusing to get a job or go back to school, forcing them to kick him out.
Dr. Phil issues wake-up calls to guests who repeat destructive behaviors.
At age 24, Rhonda met her birth mother for the first time, and learned that the woman is mean, nasty and verbally abusive.
A man takes a lie-detector test to prove he is not cheating on his wife.
Dr. Phil speaks to parents who enable their children's drug addictions.
Accused of kidnapping her 4-year-old daughter and going on the run, Laura is acquitted on all charges, but her estranged husband is still keeping her from their daughter.
A surrogate mother defends her decision to keep the twins she carried for another woman.
After only two years, Vicki wishes to end her marriage because she thinks her husband has cheated; he wants to take a lie-detector test to prove he has been faithful.
The Dr. Phil Family returns: Alexandra confronts Chris about his lingering feelings for her.
Brothers and sisters say their father held them captive, tortured and starved them, and they resent an adult who lived in the house with them.
Dr. Phil talks to feuding in-laws.
Mothers who drink and drive, often with their children in the car.
Laurie and Kirk fear that the wife of their son, who is battling stage 4 liver cancer, is only after his life-insurance policy.
A stay-at-home dad says he feels like less of a man because his wife is the breadwinner; author Lori Gottlieb ('Marry Him') discusses settling for a man.
Young Reeve's father and sister turn to Dr. Phil for help in convincing her that she could be making a deadly mistake by marrying a man who has beaten and choked her.
Guests discuss the disappearance of Susan Powell.
The Dr. Phil Family returns: Alex makes a shocking announcement.
Richard posts sexually explicit pictures and comments on his uncensored social-media page for all of his friends and family to see; his daughters say he makes their friends uncomfortable with inappropriate messages to them.
Dr. Phil offers solutions to romantic roadblocks and doles out surprises in time for Valentine's Day.
Parents cannot stand their 17-year-old daughter's boyfriend.
The subject of one of the first interventions on national TV returns to talk about his new life; a desperate family turns to Dr. Phil to save a drug-addicted 20-year-old daughter.
The Dr. Phil family of Erin, Alex and Katherine continues to battle.
Waco and Alley take their 3-year-old daughter out of state to prevent his parents from visiting her, then learn from Dr. Phil that they have lost custody of the child.
A woman is offered the chance to meet the man she mistakenly accused of raping her.
Dr. Phil delves into a DNA exoneration case involving mistaken identity.
Women say their husbands are too controlling.
Guests say they cannot shake their high school images and want to overcome their insecurities.
Olympic competitor Suzy Favor Hamilton tells of living a secret double life as a Las Vegas call girl.
The Dr. Phil Family returns: Dr. Phil helps Alexandra make a plan to get her life back on track and offers a strong warning about moving forward with a new man.
Dr. Phil talks to guests who have gone to extremes to get attention.
Interviews with two of the many women who accuse comic Bill Cosby of drugging and sexual assault.
Dr. Phil addresses hot-button issues in custody fights.
Leslie says her ex-husband is a lying, abusive sociopath and has hidden a large sum of money in order to leave her destitute.
A surrogate mother demands the twin infants be returned to her just days after their birth.
Twentysomething sisters Rylie and Lenae say their father was extremely physically and verbally abusive during their childhood, and it caused one of them to develop an eating disorder and the other to develop Borderline Personality Disorder.
Stories of courage and survival in the aftermath of the earthquake in Haiti.
Actress Susan Sarandon fights to get Richard Glossip, who is scheduled to be executed in a few days, off death row.
Educational consultant Dr. Michele Borba joins Dr. Phil to provide solutions for common parenting dilemmas.
Michelle Wilkins tells of having her unborn baby cut from her womb after she answered an online ad offering free maternity clothes.
The Dr. Phil Family returns: Katherine explains why she still has drug paraphernalia in her possession; Alex questions the seriousness of Katherine's medical condition; an update on Alex's custody battles.
A woman wonders if her perfectionist tendencies are taking a toll on her health; a woman has high dating standards; a woman says she and her husband have totally different personalities.
Amber had an affair with, then married, her sister's baby-daddy, and tensions run high as the sisters confront each other on Dr. Phil's stage; Megan's and Jenn's looks define who they are, but they are still not confident.
Dr. Jim Sears joins Dr. Phil to tackle five childhood behaviors that often frustrate parents.
Alexandra says an older friend carries around a box filled with hundreds of pictures of her, calls her up to 100 times a day and once got physical because she dated another man.
Dr. Phil and guests discuss trends for 2010.
A woman goes to desperate measures to find a man; a man says he is looking for the perfect woman; a man who posted a billboard advertisement for a girlfriend; a woman admits to stalking her estranged husband to get him back.
Nick says he was drugged and a microchip implanted in his body, causing him to hear disturbing voices in his head telling him negative things and threatening his loved ones.
The Dr. Phil Family returns: Katherine storms off when she receives an upsetting phone call from her father.
Dr. Phil tackles parenting dilemmas including disciplining a stranger's child and letting a baby cry it out; a woman says she is sick of motherhood.
Dr. Phil examines why people lie and how to put an end to the falsehoods; a woman destroys her marriage with a lie; a woman hires a private investigator and discovers her fiance has been lying to her.
A young couple decide they do not want children; a 50-year-old woman dates a 32-year-old man; a woman says she has been judged ever since she adopted her daughter from China.
Dr. Phil counsels a couple dealing with infidelity; author Anne Bercht ('My Husband's Affair Became the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me'); the audience weighs in on cheaters.
Friends and family raise thousands of dollars to help pay medical bills for Meaghan, 25, who tells them she has terminal cancer; more than a year later, she confesses that it was all a lie and pleads not guilty to charges of grand theft and fraud.
The Dr. Phil Family returns: Alex's custody battles; Erin reacts to some of her critics; Alex responds to harsh questions from her soon-to-be ex-husband, Chris.
Writer Teresa Strasser joins Dr. Phil to answer guests' questions about unique issues.
Dr. Phil reveals the eight non-negotiable rules all married couples must follow to fight fair.
Nemeses Levi and Merlin ('Amish Mafia') feud over Levi's new book and exploitation of the Amish for fame and fortune.
Guests discuss their biggest complaints about their spouses; actor Ed Begley Jr. and wife Rachelle Carson ('Living With Ed'); 'Dancing With the Stars' newlyweds Edyta Sliwinska and Alec Mazo.
Moms discuss their different parenting styles.
Jennifer says her parents fraudulently gained temporary custody of her 6-year-old and turned her young adult children against her; they say she is mentally ill and they had no choice but to intervene.
Comic Steve Harvey offers advice to guests who want to break bad habits in 2010; comic Kathleen Madigan hits the streets to hear New Year's resolutions.
Bill discusses pleading no contest to felony child abuse despite maintaining his innocence and hears the results of his polygraph test.
Dr. Phil provides tips for overcoming guilt, lessening pressure, tempering conflict and easing one's schedule during the holiday season.
Betty says her young grandson's step-grandmother coached him to say that her husband touched him inappropriately.
A woman says her mother does not approve of her fiance; a former crime analyst says she is disappointed her daughter has seven tattoos; a woman says the burns she has from saving her brother from a house fire are a deep source of shame.
Dr. Phil and guests discuss how texts, blogs, cell phones and social networking sites are changing how society communicates.
Carl is boycotting his daughter Lisa's upcoming wedding because of an inheritance squabble and says he doubts he is her real father.
Dr. Phil mediates a custody battle between a little girl's aunt and father.
Lisa accuses her father of tampering with his mother's will and stealing an inheritance she believes was intended to go to her and her sisters, and says he is throwing it away on a Russian mail-order bride.
Dr. Phil and etiquette guru Peggy Post answer guests' questions about handling uncomfortable situations at holiday festivities.
Dr. Phil helps guests with adoption dilemmas.
Kaye, 70, has sent more than $200,000 to her online boyfriend, whom she has never met in person; stepdaughter Kathy is angry that Kaye is wasting her late father's hard-earned money on a scammer.
The McGraw family celebrates the holidays with favorite traditions, gift giveaways, a star-studded performance and a surprise for deserving children; holidays on a budget; the importance of giving.
Tensions run high as 'master manipulator' Winston faces his estranged wife, former fiancee and ex-wife.
A couple struggles to parent children with behavorial disorders.
Guests continue to discuss why men cheat; a woman dating a married man wonders if she should continue the relationship or break it off.
Seven college students face the man with whom they fell in love online, but never met in person; he, too, says he was victimized, by a catfish who stole his identity; the real person who lured the young women into fake relationships comes forward.
A small-town man is sentenced to 30 years in prison for murdering his wife's married lover; the wives come face to face for the first time since the trial.
Michelle Knight, held captive by Ariel Castro for a decade; actors Taryn Manning and Raymond Cruz ('Cleveland Abduction'); Renatta says she has turned to food to cope with losing family members to addiction.
Co-authors Jennifer Newcomb Marine and Carole Marine ('No One's the Bitch') offer advice for strengthening the stepfamily; a woman struggles to get along with her husband's ex-wife.
Anthony says his 29-year-old brother has struggled for years with cocaine, alcohol and anger issues, and their parents give him money.
A 16-year-old girl says her mother is judgmental about everything and it is ruining their relationship; 21-year-old identical twins say they want people to stop judging them based on their appearance.
Jennifer says her ex-husband calls her 100 times a week and sneaks into her house to go through her belongings; five siblings tell of their mother being beaten to death by her boyfriend; three sisters lost their mother to domestic violence.
A woman says her husband lies all the time; using body language to pinpoint deception; a woman says her 12-year-old daughter is lying, cheating and stealing; two women say they were victims of sweetheart scams.
Angela says her nephew is in prison for murder because his wife lied under oath, and the women face each other for the first time since the trial; psychic medium John Edward gives Dr. Phil a personal reading and has a message for Angela.
A woman tries to rebuild her reputation after stealing her neighbor's dog and dropping it off 15 miles from home; a woman says she has spent nearly $30,000 preparing her 2-year-old daughter for beauty pageants.
Jennifer says her 13-year-old son is violent, starts fires, threatens to kill people and claims he sees vampires who tell him what to do.
The Dr. Phil Family returns: Alex is asked to submit to random drug testing; Dr. Phil receives a disturbing e-mail and immediately contacts Erin; Alex and her attorney discuss why she did not appear at an emergency custody hearing.
Thelma says her former daughter-in-law was a terrible wife and mother who abandoned her children but still takes money from their father.
Dr. Phil shines a spotlight on rude people; author Amy Alkon ('I See Rude People'); overcoming a rude attitude; a woman says her sister constantly interrupts others.
Pregnant Melinda says her husband is a controlling and abusive drug-user and she worries about their 1-year-old son.
Dr. Phil discusses financial mistakes; women from 'The Real Housewives of Orange County' discuss how the current economy is affecting them; a Hollywood divorce attorney reveals the top mistakes women make when it comes to money and marriage.
A 17-year-old is haunted by three weeks spent as a sex slave while being held captive by an online friend.
Dr. Phil addresses comments he received on his show dealing with infidelity; the leader of the online group Mistresses Anonymous faces off with a woman who says she was cheated on; a male perspective on infidelity.
Dr. Phil speaks to people close to the case of a 15-year-old girl who was gang raped and beaten while witnesses stood by without calling 911; a woman fears her 10-year-old grandson is going to become a murderer.
The Dr. Phil Family returns: Dr. Phil confronts Chris about Alex's accusations of abuse; Alex discusses her custody cases and her feelings about her mother.
Gwen and Derrick say they would love to be together, if the other would change.
Nancy and Mark say their 18-year-old son, Chris, regularly steals from family, friends and neighbors, and Chris admits to it.
Dr. Phil offers tips to help determine if one is prepared to make life changes; six questions to ask oneself before making any decisions.
A mother and daughter in conflict about the daughter's past drug use and efforts to reform seek assistance from Dr. Phil.
The disappearance of 20-year-old Morgan Harrington; the kidnapping and murder of 7-year-old Somer Thompson; spotting predators, avoiding abduction and fighting off attackers.
Sarah has spent years gathering evidence to try to prove that her husband has been unfaithful; the couple's teen son talks about how their behavior affects him and his brother.
Guests learn the principles of negotiation; compromising; biggest car-buying mistakes.
Kezia says her daughter has spiraled out of control since witnessing her best friend's murder and being wrongly accused of the crime.
A woman says her 25-year-old daughter does not pay rent or help around the house; a woman says she is leaving her husband if he does not get a job.
Rhonda says her 18-year-old daughter puts herself in harm's way by pursuing dangerous men; Vickey suspects that her violent ex may have had something to do with the disappearance of a pregnant woman; Robin surprises a shelter for women and children.
The Dr. Phil Family returns: Alex discusses her divorce and custody battles.
Melisa says her estranged husband is a pathological liar who lies about anything and everything; he insists he wants to change.
Parents seek help for their obese children.
A young woman wants an apology from her mother for what she says were years of abuse; an update on former guests Candi and Lyndsey.
Dr. Phil counsels a couple on the verge of divorce; attorney Areva Martin discusses protecting oneself during the process of divorce.
Parents pressure their children to excel in school, sports and hobbies.
A 19-year-old man is addicted to prescription drugs.
The parents and sister of Eddie Ray Routh, convicted of killing U.S. Navy SEAL Chris Kyle and friend Chad Littlefield, talk about his behavior.
The Dr. Phil Family returns and Alex confronts her mother and sister.
Nick Gordon, boyfriend of Bobbi Kristina Brown, says he blames himself for not being able to save her or her mother, Whitney Houston; his mother says she fears for his life as he becomes increasingly self-destructive; Dr. Phil stages an intervention.
Dr. Phil continues his intervention with a family in turmoil over accusations of infidelity, betrayal and a surprise teen pregnancy.
The doctor counsels a family torn apart by one parent's desire for a divorce.
Laura has a list of 91 fears and rituals, and her husband says her OCD is taking such a toll on their relationship and family that he is considering divorce.
Dr. Phil and guests Anthony Pope and Gina Barreca delve into headline-making stories of revenge.
A man blames himself for crimes his father committed; a woman tells how she was stabbed 27 times when she was seven months pregnant; dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Kristen says her baby's adoptive parents promised she could remain in their child's life and then reneged; they say her unstable behavior is the problem, and she is pregnant again.
Dr. Phil continues his in-depth look at a family in crisis.
Guests discuss racial stereotypes.
Author Cindy M. Meston ('Why Women Have Sex'); Dr. Jennifer Berman discusses women and sex.
Dr. Phil continues his discussion with the family of killer Marcus Wesson.
A young woman says her family treated her like an outcast during her childhood and turned their backs on her when she was 17; they deny rejecting her but say they do not agree with her controversial lifestyle.
The Dr. Phil Family returns with updates on their situations.
A woman admits she has sent more than $1 million to her online boyfriend, whom she has never met in person; viewers join the effort to track down the man.
Author Mitch Albom ('Have a Little Faith'); a woman wants her husband of 12 years to switch to her religion; a woman is angry at God over her husband's tragic death; Pastor Henry Covington.
Guests provide their stories of sibling abuse.
Dr. Phil speaks with Kevin Taveras, a man who was falsely accused of rape, about his struggle to rebuild his reputation; a woman finds a naked photo of herself on the Internet.
Author Jane Velez-Mitchell ('iWant') discusses her struggles with alcoholism and sexual identity; a lesbian begins to have doubts about her sexuality after she conceives a child via in vitro fertilization; a teen says she is bisexual.
A new documentary titled 'Oral Sex is the New Goodnight Kiss' provides a shocking glimpse into the world of teens and sex.
The McGraw family addresses a personal question and shares surprising news; the biggest mistakes people make during a recession; investment broker Marilyn Logan tells how to avoid foreclosure and get out of a financial hole.
A Family in Crisis: Dr. Phil speaks with Katherine's boyfriend and his mother; Katherine has a candid conversation with Dr. Phil about birth control; Sean reveals his intentions for his relationship with Katherine.
One of two former Vanderbilt University football players who were found guilty of raping an unconscious female classmate in a campus dorm room after a night of drinking tells his story.
A 48-year-old woman wants her family to accept her fiance; reality TV star Shea Johnson ('Southern Belles: Louisville') discusses her broken engagement; a dating coach reveals the biggest dating mistakes women make.
A 14-year-old girl says her female classmates bully her; bullying warning signs; tips for dealing with bullies; a former bully tells how she became mean.
Legal analyst Lisa Bloom and District Attorney Kathleen Rice weigh in on the tragic car accident caused by drunken driver Diane Schuler; a mother of two admits she has consumed alcohol before getting behind the wheel.
Lynn, 30, says she has numerous medical conditions, including cancer and heart disease, but her mother says it is all lies in order to gain money and attention.
Author Patti Kelley Criswell and Dr. Phil team up to tackle important issues facing preteen girls.
Steve has sent more than $100,000 to a woman to whom he believes he is married but has never met in person.
A family returns to seek help for their troubled 18-year-old daughter.
Penny confronts her father, who she thinks hired a hit man to kill her sister.
The kidnapping of Jaycee Lee Dugard; the treatment of sex offenders; family members of killer Marcus Wesson.
Parents say 16-year-old Kristi is angry and violent, refuses to go to school, smokes marijuana and has no respect for authority.
The doctor counsels an overwhelmed mother and a 16-year-old girl who wants to have a child by the time she is 20.
Emmy-winning news reporter Christi's struggle with alcohol leaves her jobless, sleeping in bushes and estranged from her adult daughters, whom she faces for the first time in two years.
A mother, who was caught on video dragging her child around on a leash, defends her actions; a woman fears her husband's military-style discipline may be harming their 9-year-old son.
A family returns to discuss a teen daughter's downward spiral.
People learning parenting skills to end power struggles talk about lying, bullying and temper tantrums.
Tracy thinks her sister's boyfriend may have sexually abused her sister's two granddaughters, but the couple say the children's mother coached them to lie.
The doctor speaks with Amtrak passengers as he travels between New York and Philadelphia.
Having lost 78 pounds in the Weight Loss Challenge, Thomas starts dating; Judith begins to appreciate herself and decides which traits she wants in a man.
The doctor continues to offer advice to the people of Philadelphia.
Five people are chosen to take part in the Teen Weight Loss Challenge.
The doctor takes a cab ride with singles in New York.
Teen sex and pregnancy; school for teenage mothers.
Guests seek help decoding loved ones' unusual behavior.
A father-to-be refuses to be in the delivery room when his wife goes into labor; update on the new parents-to-be; surprise nursery.
A woman says she cannot afford a divorce due to the current economic crisis.
A stay-at-home mother is addicted to Vicodin; a young woman wants to break her addiction to ephedrine; sexual compulsion.
Josie, 15, has been kicked out of school and is facing battery and runaway charges, and Dr. Phil has some tough questions for her mother.
Guests say they are tormented by their inability to get pregnant.
Weight Loss Challenge recruits weigh in; a family is enlisting in Booty Camp.
The doctor speaks with mothers in desperate need of parenting help.
A daughter is disgusted when her mother dates a much younger man; a woman is ready to leave her husband and two children for a gay man who would not even consider dating her; rap artist Master P.
The doctor counsels a couple who fight nonstop and are on the verge of divorce.
The Divided Family head to Germany to track their family history.
The Jaycee Dugard abduction case.
O Magazine's True Love survey; a woman says she has found true love on the Internet; a woman thinks that getting plastic surgery is her ticket to finding true love.
The doctor follows up with guests confronted personal demons at a retreat.
A woman seeks help deciding whether to leave her abusive husband; a divorced couple considers reconciling for financial reasons.
Viewers tell of the success they have had following along with the Weight Loss Challenge at home; the Weight Loss Challenge participants weigh in.
The doctor counsels guests struggling to cope with the stress and anxiety of their daily lives.
Job recruiter Tony Beshara, financial planner Robert Pagliarini and money guru Mary Hunt help a couple devise a plan to survive the recession and overcome their debt.
Ashley says her brother is addicted to sex, alcohol and pain pills, and he says his problems stem from his rocky childhood.
The doctor takes to the streets of Philadelphia to offer advice.
A couple say their 9-year-old son terrorizes the family and may be dangerous; relatives say he is overmedicated and under-parented.
The doctor offers advice to people he meets on the streets of New York and commuters onboard an Amtrak.
Guests discuss living with obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Guests want to lose weight, but their loved ones are making it more difficult.
The doctor counsels couples on the verge of divorce.
The doctor and Bishop T.D. Jakes discuss strategies for staying motivated during uncertain economic times.
Women who have accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault tell their stories.
Dr. Phil continues his work with four frustrated families in the Dr. Phil House.
Jamie says his estranged wife verbally attacks their two children constantly, and the drama has gotten so bad that he got a protection order against her; Jennifer denies being abusive but confesses to a disturbing and dangerous behavior.
Dr. Phil offers hope for children in foster care.
Couples say their relationships went from bad to worse after their weddings.
A 32-year-old who still lives at home hates his father so much he wishes the man would die; his father says he is an entitled mooch who could never survive on his own; a professional trainer meets his long-lost son; Jackie Evancho performs.
How to get in shape for summer without going broke.
The futures of Drew Peterson's four youngest children.
Family members of Eric Garner, who died after being put in a chokehold by a police officer; the mother of Michael Brown, who was shot and killed by an officer in Ferguson, Mo.; NFL player Ben Watson; college students say they were racially profiled.
Anna 'Chickadee' Cardwell ('Here Comes Honey Boo Boo'), her grandmother and Uncle Poodle discuss Mama June Shannon's relationship with a pedophile.
A repeat offender meets mothers of young people who have been killed by drunken drivers; whether DUI laws are too lenient or too tough.
The latest dangerous teen trends.
Dr. Phil tries to help daughters improve their relationships with their fathers.
Three women date men 20 to 30 years their junior.
A family wants to help a daughter conquer her eating disorder.
The parents of teen Brittanee Drexel, who vanished while on spring break.
A couple say their 9-year-old son terrorizes the family and may be dangerous; relatives say he is overmedicated and under-parented.
Teen Layton has run away from home more than 20 times in the last eight months and admits that she will do it again.
Andre says his sister preys on men with money and power, and he fears that her sexy, scheming ways may get her killed.
Dana says her 23-year-old daughter is a drug addict who has ripped apart their family; the young woman blames her mother for pushing her buttons.
Teens say they face pressure to be beautiful.
A grieving mother says a former friend is harassing her online; a woman's 15-year-old daughter killed herself after being cyberbullied by a man she had never met.
Sisters' grandmother refuses to acknowledge that her husband sexually abused them; what parents need to know to keep their children safe.
Dr. Phil counsels a couple with commitment issues; a woman has been divorced seven times; a mother fears her bad marriage poisoned her daughters' view of men.
Rick says his ex-wife and ex-girlfriend have teamed up to ruin his life by keeping him away from his child; they say he is controlling and abusive, and they fear he is a danger.
The stepmother of a severely malnourished 5-year-old who was found locked in a small closet in his home says she had no idea what was happening to him; Honey Boo Boo's Uncle Poodle tells why he says Mama June is lying.
Families discuss what happens when the woman is the breadwinner; advice for finding a job.
June 'Mama June' Shannon, mother of 9-year-old reality TV star Alana 'Honey Boo Boo' Thompson, discusses rumors that she is dating a convicted sex offender.
A teenage mother wants to prove to her family that she is a fit parent.
Four siblings say their mother has blacklisted them from the family and will not allow them to see their father, who is dying of bone cancer.
Family members say Shemida's 70-plus diagnoses are tearing their family apart.
Children say their mothers' rage is tearing their families apart.
Shemida says she has been diagnosed with more than 70 health conditions, but her family members say she is fabricating some of them.
A young man's parents and girlfriend blame each other for his accidental overdose death.
Women say their husbands put their dreams of becoming famous before their families.
The doctor advises parents on how to talk to children about money.
Millionaire socialite Gigi Jordan admits to killing her 8-year-old son but says that she did it to protect him.
Kaitlyn's professional-fighter husband speaks out from behind bars after being accused of assaulting her on two separate occasions over one weekend; she says she will not divorce him and blames her mother for meddling.
Guests say their wedding days were disasters and they need help moving on.
Viral-video star 'Homeless Joe' survives on the streets of Manhattan by panhandling and picking up women.
Fifteen-year-old Emily's mother says she uses drugs and causes constant chaos, and her stepfather would prefer that she move out.
Despite maintaining his innocence, Jack McCullough, once known as John Tessier, is convicted of the 1957 murder of 7-year-old Maria Ridulph.
A quarreling couple come back to the show, their relationship worse than ever.
Some women return to violent relationships.
Beth says her live-in boyfriend is a liar, cheater, alcoholic and narcissist who verbally abuses her daily, and she worries about the toll it is taking on their many children.
Megan says her father raped her while she was unconscious after a night of partying; both agree to take polygraph tests.
Two rebellious teenagers visit a prison and a morgue.
Parents say their 24-year-old son has extreme anger issues and threatens to kill them; he says they disrespect and antagonize him.
Two rebellious teenagers headed down a dangerous path.
Dana, who has struggled with drugs in the past, is furious that her sister refuses to relinquish temporary guardianship of Dana's teen daughter.
A man claims that his wife has been emotionally unfaithful multiple times.
Couples who say they have lost their libidos.
Sharon and Robert say their 25-year-old son is so violent and explosive that they are afraid he might follow through with his repeated threats and kill someone.
A pregnant 15-year-old reveals whether she is keeping the baby or giving it up for adoption.
Parents try to figure out why their teen daughter has daily, violent breakdowns.
A pregnant 15-year-old tries to decide whether to keep her baby.
Two women wonder if their mother really has multiple personalities -- or if she is just excusing her alcohol-induced bad behavior.
A 70-year-old woman wants to move to Ghana to be with her online fiance -- even though they have never met.
A couple say their 18-year-old daughter has an unhealthy relationship with her boyfriend.
Jean says her 17-year-old daughter was the all-American girl until she began dating a 28-year-old divorced father; a look at the man's history.
Jaime says she divorced her husband because he is abusive; he says she pushes his buttons until he blows up; they are considering reuniting for the sake of their child.
Sisters say their mother is leading a secret sex life while maintaining the facade of a happy marriage; she says they are stirring up drama with half-truths and misinformation and need to butt out.
Guests say they need help wowing their spouses for Valentine's Day.
Guests debate the ethical questions surrounding the conception and recent birth of a single mother's octuplets.
The doctor continues his work with six teams across the country competing in a weight-loss challenge.
Renee videotapes her husband abusing her, sending him to jail.
A couple fight constantly about how to parent and discipline their three teenage sons.
Issy Stapleton's mother discusses her attempt to kill herself and Issy; warning signs; how viewers can help Issy secure a healthy and productive future.
Single men and women debate dating, sex and relationships; a woman says her husband is romantically challenged; the doctor dispels myths about men.
Issy Stapleton's mother discusses her attempt to kill herself and Issy.
A woman leaves her husband for another man and now lives in a tent; a woman learns her husband was living a secret life for almost a year.
A mother and her former live-in nanny come face to face on Dr. Phil's stage after the nanny refuses to leave the family's home.
The doctor counsels divorced parents and their anxious 15-year-old son.
Family in crisis: bad choices, deceit and a teenage pregnancy tear a family apart.
The doctor discusses how to protect one's children from Internet predators.
Dr. Phil sits down with David and Cindy Barajas weeks after David was acquitted of murder charges in the shooting death of the drunken driver who killed their two young sons.
Couples say their adult children must stop mooching off of them.
A 14-year-old's ex-boyfriend and her sister accuse each other of being involved in her death, and they both take polygraph tests.
Drug addicts ask the doctor for help changing their lifestyles.
Rachel confronts her sister's ex-boyfriend, whom she accuses of killing the 14-year-old girl in 1985.
The doctor counsels newlyweds who are already facing marital struggles.
Jaimee, who abandoned her children for a life of drugs and prostitution, insists she is now clean of her past and wants full custody of them again, but her mother is not giving them up without a fight.
Teens engage in outrageous trends including sending risque texts and posting fighting videos on YouTube.
Kayla's baby's father refuses to return the child to her unless she dumps her fiance and comes back to him.
The doctor counsels a newlywed couple who have knock-down, drag-out fights.
A woman who says she lost custody of her children due to false accusations of abuse and neglect faces them for the first time in 15 years.
Bailey struggles to move on with her life after a terrifying home invasion and kidnapping; for 18 years, Jose was the prime suspect in the case of his missing girlfriend, until another man pleaded guilty to her murder.
Gold-digging women reveal their secrets.
A former kindergarten teacher tells of a classroom lesson that got her sentenced to two years' probation and 30 days in jail; adoptive parents say a woman claiming to be their son's grandmother is stalking and harassing them and exploiting the child.
The doctor and his guests discuss their thoughts on the new presidency and what to expect in the next four years; journalist Deborah Norville provides highlights from the inauguration; author Ann Coulter gives her opinions on President Barack Obama.
The family of a 19-year-old convicted of murder tell his story; sisters think their 71-year-old father's online 'fiancee,' to whom he has given more than $100,000, is a con artist; Alisha tells how her abusive husband made her a quadriplegic.
Guests discuss the dangers of social networking Web sites such as Facebook and MySpace.
Guests discuss the challenges President-elect Barack Obama faces and the qualities he possesses that will help him succeed; the toll stress can take on a president.
A 43-year-old man likes to date much younger women; a woman says her husband throws too much stuff away; a woman wants gastric bypass surgery, but her husband opposes it.
In-home cameras capture a man's rage toward his 13-year-old son; a woman says her anger grows with every year, and anyone is subject to her outrageous outbursts.
Extreme religious groups; two women travel to a compound to try to rescue their relatives; a brother and sister say they were molested by a group's leader.
Specialists discuss gender-confused children; a woman's 11-year-old son transitions into a female.
Psychic mediums Thomas John and Bill Philipps and numerologist Glynis McCants.
Bishop T.D. Jakes and the cast of 'Not Easily Broken' discuss the movie; a couple seek help saving their marriage.
A couple seek help for their 15-year-old anorexic son; a 22-year-old man says exercising and calorie counting have taken over his life.
Janette says her husband has recently become mentally, verbally and physically abusive to her and their three children, and she fears that his behavior could turn deadly; a woman's abusive boyfriend disfigured her with hot cooking oil.
A woman discusses the guilt she feels over the mall shooting police say her son was responsible for; a survivor of the mall shooting tells his story.
Coping with personal disasters: A woman's child drowns while on vacation; a husband commits suicide; a woman survives an unbelievable event.
Barbara, who says accusations of child abuse and neglect were false, faces her now-adult son and daughter; parents of a 22-year-old homeless woman say she nearly died of a drug overdose.
Guests seek help fulfilling New Year's resolutions; TV-show host Jim Cramer ('Mad Money') offers a strategy for achieving financial resolutions in 2009.
The latest in the case of missing 3-year-old Caylee Anthony.
Dr. Phil enlists a private investigator and other specialists to verify the claims of a woman's 'heart husband,' whom she has sent tens of thousands of dollars and has never met in person; a former guest returns with an update and words of wisdom.
Guests discuss California's ban on same-sex marriage.
Injured war veterans say their health care is lacking.
A woman says her mother goes overboard when it comes to Christmas; a woman says she hates Christmas and refuses to celebrate it at all.
Heather's ex-husband blames her for their 15-year-old son's accidental drug-overdose death; the boy's friends describe what happened and make accusations against Heather.
Heather, whose 15-year-old son died of an accidental drug overdose in her home, must face the boy's father, who blames her for his death; a friend says Heather almost died of drug use the night before taping the show.
Amy says her friend's husband raped her and got her pregnant, and after an incident during a custody exchange, she took out a protective order against him; he says her accusations are revenge for him not leaving his wife.
The doctor gives couples relationship reality-checks.
Guests tell how emergency operators failed them.
Guests spend a day living others' lives: The doctor works the return counter at Costco; a woman wears a fat suit; a stay-at-home mother works as a trash collector; the Blue Angels.
Julia and Codey vehemently deny any wrongdoing in the mysterious deaths of their 1-year-old son and 4-year-old daughter three months apart.
Theresa says her fiance's ex-girlfriend is jealous and obsessed with them, and Dr. Phil must intervene in the drama-filled love triangle.
A couple drowning in debt try to save their house and their marriage.
Chris and his 17-year-old daughter, who claims he has molested and raped her three times, take polygraph tests.
Guests say the discipline at their children's schools is out of control.
Financial struggles threaten marriages.
The doctor follows up with memorable guests.
Dr. Phil sits down with the mother and sister of Miranda Barbour, who claims she has killed at least 22 people since age 13.
Guests say their spouses abducted their children.
Guests discuss surviving life-changing events.
The birth mother and stepmother of a 5-year-old boy said to have been locked in a closet and starved nearly to death tell their sides of the story.
The doctor counsels a couple dealing with sexual addiction.
A woman with obsessive-compulsive disorder says most of her rituals are focused on trying to make herself more attractive than her sister.
A woman blames her husband for the constant drama in their household.
Guests turn ordinary life events into huge spectacles.
Ben says his wife changed for the worse as soon as they got married; she says he is a narcissist and may be cheating on her.
A couple's constant power struggle cripples their 20-year marriage.
The doctor counsels 14 people with issues such as addiction, anger, grief and abuse.
A couple say they made nearly $1 million by shoplifting; a woman says her husband is shattering their home life with his shoplifting compulsion.
Cara says her mother-in-law refuses to respect boundaries and often undermines her and her husband's parenting choices when she cares for their children; Lindsie says her libido has gone downhill since she had her babies; Ronnie Dunn performs.
Parents seek help for their overweight children.
Caitllin says that her husband abuses her verbally and physically, at one point causing the loss of their unborn baby, and that he has been physical with their two young children, who are afraid of him; he says she abuses him as well.
The doctor counsels couples dealing with infidelity.
Guests say they are caught between their spouses and their families.
Fourteen people complete exercises to confront personal demons once and for all.
Musician David Foster discusses his new book, 'Hitman,' and joins singer Seal in the recording studio; Natalie Cole performs.
A couple say they have been threatened and harassed since they were depicted as villains on the reality show 'Kitchen Nightmares.'
The doctor speaks to teens who are engaging in risky behavior such as smoking salvia and playing the choking game.
Dr. Phil celebrates his 2,000th show with favorite guests, inspiring success stories and amazing prizes.
Former police sergeant Drew Peterson discusses the disappearance of his wife Stacy; author Derek Armstrong ('Drew Peterson Exposed').
Candace says her ex is an absentee father who abandoned her and their special-needs daughter to be with his new wife; he says he wants to see the child, but Candace and her mother keep him away.
Guests discuss child abandonment.
Sheryl called off her wedding because she and her fiance constantly argue about money, and his family calls her a gold-digger; past guests Jacob and Lucy return with an update on their son, Izaiah, injured by a drunken driver.
The doctor helps 14 people confront their personal demons once and for all.
Guests discuss their experiences with religious cults; the warning signs of mind control.
Dee says she was drugged, kidnapped and forced to work in a brothel for three months, and she fears her out-of-control daughter may be headed for the same fate.
A custody battle between a child's grandmother and mother.
Frances' obsession with her 13 rabbits may be hurting her relationship with her daughter; Gary says he is part human and part dog and tries to live as much like a canine as possible; Lori hates that her 20-year-old daughter attends furry conventions.
The doctor speaks to a couple with opposing views on child discipline.
A couple battle the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for the custody of their teen daughter, who they say has been held against her will by a hospital in a dispute about her diagnosis and treatment; a cancer survivor and a sun worshiper need help.
The doctor counsels 14 people with issues such as extreme anger, addiction, abuse and personal demons.
The doctor speaks to parents who say their children have gender identity disorders.
Fawn admits that she was with her 36-year-old estranged husband the night he died but denies having anything to do with his death.
Author Jay McGraw offers action-oriented plans for dealing with bullies; teens discuss cyberbullying.
The doctor counsels a couple with trust issues.
A boy who shot and killed his pregnant mother and attempted to murder his father and sister grows up to kill his wife and her niece before committing suicide; family members struggle to deal with a toddler's murder and her mother's conviction.
Women looking for love discuss dating double-standards; matchmaker Patti Stanger offers advice.
A 21-year-old woman insists she can safely drive and text message at the same time; a woman discusses losing her daughter in a car accident caused by a driver distracted by a cell phone.
Men discuss finding out they are responsible for children they never knew existed; actor Jay Thomas discusses his relationship with the son he gave up for adoption.
Guests tell how obsessions with video games nearly ruined their lives and relationships.
A 16-year-old's two best friends stab her to death; family members and friends discuss the tragedy and possible motives.
The doctor checks in with an extreme hoarder to see how she is progressing.
A woman disapproves of her daughter's decision to convert to Islam; the only minority juror in the George Zimmerman trial; author Lisa Bloom.
Guests suffering from severe amnesia talk about their ordeals.
A couple's nasty divorce and custody battle involve accusations of kidnapping, domestic violence, parental alienation and child abuse.
Filmmaker Eric Steel discusses his documentary that showcases people committing suicide by jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge; Dr. Thomas Joyner discusses the personal loss that inspired him to dedicate his work to suicide prevention.
Deb says her husband's tangled web of lies and sexual affairs spanned more than a decade, and she thinks he has cheated on her at least 1,000 times; he says her obsession with proving he is unfaithful is destroying their marriage.
Despite his vehement denial of cheating, Dorothy continues to lash out at her husband daily, leading to violent arguments in front of their 12-year-old daughter.
The doctor and a panel of experts answer questions about finances.
Guests, including Fred Goldman and Kim Goldman Hahn, discuss the verdict in O.J. Simpson's recent trial.
Attorney Lisa Bloom discusses the case of missing 3-year-old Caylee Anthony; Fred Goldman and Kim Goldman Hahn discuss O.J. Simpson's current trial.
Actress Julia Ormond discusses witnessing human trafficking and slavery and what can be done to stop it; sex slaves; child prostitutes.
Author Rebecca Musser ('The Witness Wore Red') discusses the abuse she says she endured at the hands of fellow FLDS members and the day she found freedom; Rebecca's father confronts her and tells why he is threatening to sue.
The doctor counsels a couple on the verge of divorce.
A divorced mother of four, living on the run, facing up to 45 years in prison for attempted murder, sits down with Dr. Phil.
The doctor counsels a mother of three who has paralyzing phobias.
A private investigator sorts through some of Tracy's painful childhood memories; Tracy's mother vehemently denies killing a young girl and burying her in the backyard, and takes a polygraph test to clear her name.
A woman accrues $25,000 in credit-card debt; money guru Loral Langemeier helps a couple get to the bottom of their financial mess.
Mothers debate whether it is better to hover over their children or allow them to learn independence.
Guests discuss their reunions with long-lost family members.
Guests with very stressful jobs, such as firefighters and police officers, learn how to have a successful marriage; actor Kirk Cameron ('Fireproof').
Learning how to fight for your rights without suing.
Grandparents accuse their daughter-in-law of coercing her child into making false allegations of molestation against their son, who has been sentenced to life in prison for the crime.
A 56-year-old widow says she is in love with a man she has never met in person and to whom she has given her life savings; Dr. Phil hires a private investigator to look into the boyfriend's claims and confronts him over the phone.
Bishop T.D. Jakes, author of 'Before You Do,' helps guests make decisions they will not regret.
Guests discuss the disappearance of 3-year-old Caylee Anthony.
Erin Caffey speaks out from prison about the night her boyfriend and two accomplices brutally killed her mother and younger brothers and shot her father, who also discusses the ordeal.
The doctor discusses controversial issues that could affect a child's safety at school, including the carrying of concealed weapons and binge drinking on college campuses.
The mother of teen twins, the only living heirs of the Duke tobacco fortune, tells of battling the bank for control of her children's trust funds and denies trying to drain their accounts to spend the money on lavish gifts.
Women say they were falsely accused of child abuse.
Teen twins, the only living heirs of the Duke tobacco fortune, tell of the abuse they suffered at the hands of their father.
An 11-year-old girl pleads with the doctor to help her mom break her addiction to prescription drugs.
The doctor teaches people to prepare for a crisis before it happens in his new book, 'Real Life'; getting through a difficult period; the grieving process.
Money guru Loral Langemeier provides a 90-day plan to get a struggling family's finances back on track; a couple who were awarded a home on 'Extreme Makeover Home Edition' discuss their financial situation; the five biggest money mistakes people make.
Aubrey believes that her mother knew her stepfather was beating and molesting her from the ages of 8 to 16; her mother insists she had no idea what was going on.
A couple has doubts about their decision to remarry.
The doctor advises parents of extremely obese children.
Liz's marriage is on the verge of divorce because of her many addictions and illnesses; Sydney says some sounds, smells and touches irritate her so much that she must keep her distance from her fiance and children.
Guests tell how online profiles have negatively impacted their lives.
Danielle says her husband is jealous and abusive and was recently arrested for assaulting her, but she still wants to save their marriage.
Two women harbor angry feelings toward their mother, who they describe as incompetent and a sociopath.
The doctor answers viewers' questions.
After five young people break into a home and the homeowner shoots one of them to death, the others are charged with his murder.
Fifteen-year-old Baylea's out-of-control rages are sometimes so violent that police are called to intervene.
Stefany says she fears for the life of her 17-year-old, who has had an eating disorder since the age of 5.
Guests are desperate to wean their loved ones away from the computer.
Kristen says her nieces are angry, violent teens who abuse drugs and have been expelled from school for assaulting their classmates.
The doctor helps guests with their tricky parenting dilemmas.
A 51-year-old man says he has been stalked, wiretapped and hacked by an unknown group of people trying to terrorize him for the past four years.
Adam denies raping his wife and molesting their two toddlers, saying she is mentally unstable and angry that their marriage is falling apart.
Dr. Travis Stork helps 400-pound Robert and 300-pound Rose learn healthier eating habits.
A woman fears a registered sex offender is abusing her grandson; a woman suspects her teenage daughter may have been molested.
Amber Portwood ('Teen Mom') discusses addiction, anger issues, prison and whether she can be a good mother to her 4-year-old daughter; a surprise for a deserving foster mother.
Guests discuss child abductions; preventing an abduction.
Bishop T.D. Jakes helps the doctor deal with a family drama involving an out-of-control teenager, accusations of abuse, and marital distress.
A man is determined to prove his brother's death was a homicide, but his efforts are tearing his family apart.
Kylee Rich, a woman who, along with her husband, was charged with bank robbery, tells her story.
A woman discovers her husband has spent almost all of their money on his affairs with multiple women; a surprise for the parents of a toddler injured by a drunk driver.
The doctor answers questions about plastic surgery, infidelity.
A 24-year-old woman and a 50-year-old man who have both served time for domestic assault due to their volatile relationship.
Bickering siblings try to bury the hatchet.
Brianna says she was raped by two high-school classmates at a party, and her mother coerced her into sharing her story with the national media, creating a backlash from her peers; her mother makes allegations of her own; author Mitch Albom weighs in.
The doctor counsels parents on how to talk to their children about sex.
Guests tell how their lives were changed by organizations like the Boys & Girls Club of America and the Urban Entertainment Institute.
Kelly says her 16-year-old daughter has an eating disorder, is suicidal, cuts herself, has overdosed on prescription medication and lashes out in anger on a daily basis; the girl says her mom is overreacting.
The doctor concludes his work with four families who say their children are out of control; a deserving youth goes to singer Deborah Gibson's Camp Electric Youth.
Heather says her new husband is physically and verbally abusive and she fears that he will seriously hurt or kill her; he says that since he returned from Iraq he has had trouble controlling his anger and has abused her dog, but would never harm her.
The doctor continues his work with four families who say their children are out of control.
Women reveal their weight-loss results; five women get beach-body makeovers; a woman models a slimming swimsuit; a woman who despises her body gets a surprise.
A woman says she escaped a religious cult and struggles with life in the outside world.
The doctor revisits a family shattered by accusations of child molestation.
Four families who say their children are out of control move into the Dr. Phil House for counseling.
A daughter of Dr. Martin MacNeill tells why she helped prosecutors build a case against him in the death of her mother and reacts to Dr. Phil's interview with her father's former mistress, Gypsy Willis.
Couples say their marriages are suffering because they cannot get past painful memories of wedding-day calamities.
Guests discuss spanking as a form of discipline.
Anna Benson ('Baseball Wives') tells of showing up heavily armed and wearing a bulletproof vest at the home of her estranged husband, ballplayer Kris Benson.
Psychic medium James Van Praagh discusses his latest book, 'Ghosts Among Us'; actress Jennifer Love Hewitt ('Ghost Whisperer'); a woman spends excessive amounts of money on psychic readings.
The doctor talks to people who think they are better looking than almost everyone else.
A man accused of impersonating a doctor, a professional hockey player and a wealthy businessman tells his side of the story.
The doctor counsels a woman whose drug habit caused her to lose her job as a nanny.
Tone and John disapprove of their brother's fiancee, who they say is rude, selfish, manipulative and abuses drugs; she says the siblings are responsible for all of the family drama.
A woman says her sister-in-law spreads lies about and harasses other family members.
Gypsy Willis, the former mistress of a doctor recently convicted in the 2007 murder of his wife, discusses the case and her own 2009 conviction of fraud.
The doctor follows up with feuding in-laws.
Women tell why they enjoy dating younger men.
Parents admit that since their divorce, they have made several serious allegations against each other, and their 9-year-old daughter and 15-year-old son are stuck in the middle of the turmoil.
A man fights to get custody of his child that was put up for adoption without his knowledge.
Women say they worry about their sister's 9-year-old daughter being exposed to her new, alternative lifestyle, which includes a sexual fetish group.
Dr. Phil examines Mike's 'evidence' that he says proves his wife is unfaithful.
Ariel Castro abduction survivor Michelle Knight reveals details of more than a decade of captivity in the Cleveland house, the day she and the other women were rescued and what her life has been like since.
Ariel Castro abduction survivor Michelle Knight reveals the acts of cruelty that took place in the Cleveland house.
Flirtatious women entice men; friends play a kissing game; wives and girlfriends express their anger with flirts.
A 65-year-old widow says she is in love with a man she has never met but has given tens of thousands of dollars; a private investigator tracks him down.
Professional locator Troy Dunn helps to reunite a 19-year-old with the mother who gave her up; the custody battle involving baby Veronica.
Allan wants a better relationship with his 38-year-old twin daughters, who he has been at odds with since their mother died more than a decade ago.
The doctor helps guests with chronic overcommitment.
A pair accuse each other of being a poor parent to their 16-year-old son; Alysia says her mother neglected her and her siblings, leaving her to be the mother figure.
The doctor addresses age-old child-rearing secrets.
Family members take polygraph tests in an unsolved murder case.
A man with a gambling compulsion is on the verge of losing his family; a man denies having a drinking problem.
The doctor puts his marriage to the test by switching daily routines with his wife.
'Golden Sisters' Mary, Josie and Teresa; women who date much younger men; actress Tami Erin.
Women say they cannot cope with their children and they are running out of resources.
Rabecca says her mother tricked her into giving her custody of her 4-year-old daughter; her mother tells why she contacted Child Protective Services.
A woman wonders whether she should marry her brother-in-law to fulfill her deceased sister's dying wish; a wife says her shopping addiction is ruining her marriage; an obese former beauty queen asks why she is afraid to slim down.
Mixed signals; body language; actions versus words; self-confidence.
Jessica's fiance says her anger and drinking are out of control, causing chaos in their blended family; the husband of a woman who lost 100 pounds does not support her transformation.
A young woman who was the only survivor of a drunken driving accident that killed two of her friends tells of her subsequent reckless behavior and leaving others to care for her infant son.
Bridgette says she is terrified of her abusive, controlling boyfriend, but she is too fearful to leave him; women who survived brutal attacks by their exes tell their stories.
Nichole's husband denies getting violent when he drinks; a couple say their son's rage is out of control and they fear for their lives; two survivors of a road-rage incident caught on tape tell their story.
Guests with compulsive behaviors and addictions learn to control their habits.
A woman living the high life suddenly falls deep in debt when her husband files for divorce; 28-year-old Steven still lives at home, on his parents' dime.
Parents say their teen daughter is making dangerous choices and confront her much-older boyfriend for the first time; Nick Carter performs.
The mother of teen 'Modern Family' star Ariel Winter, who lost custody of the girl amid accusations of physical and verbal abuse, tells her side of the story.
The parents of a 15-year-old girl who appears to have been abducted and killed by a man she met on Facebook come forward to share their heartbreaking story.
A mother learns the details of her 17-year-old daughter's online and offline activities.
A grandmother seeks visitation for her 13-year-old grandson.
A 16-year-old girl says four classmates raped her while she was intoxicated; one of the accused and his parents react; Leah says her 17-year-old daughter committed suicide after being raped and bullied; Alexis says she was also raped as a teen.
A woman says her husband is controlling and abusive.
A teen football star accused of rape and his accuser speak out about how one alcohol-fueled night changed their lives in an instant; his parents insist that their son is innocent and that the girl just wants attention.
Dr. Phil sends a private investigator to check up on guests' fiances, whom they have never met in person; a woman flies to Nigeria to confront an online con artist; the man whose identity was stolen to lure former guest Dawn into a fake relationship.
An alcoholic struggles to give up her addiction.
A teenager believes she needs a nose job, liposuction and breast implants.
A college-educated couple with seven children have no income, heat or running water and are about to lose their house, but say their lifestyle is God's will.
Two boys are convicted of murdering their father; fatal sorority hazing; hate crime against a gay man.
A couple married for two years accuse each other of physical and emotional abuse; sparks fly when Dr. Phil confronts the husband.
The doctor confronts a woman who chose to stay with her husband even though she knew he was molesting her daughter.
The doctor discusses factors in choosing to have a baby.
Professional locator Troy Dunn offers a homeless couple, living in flood tunnels beneath the Las Vegas Strip, a chance at redemption.
The psychologist celebrates the 1,001st episode with giveaways and celebrity surprises; viewers tell how the show has transformed their lives.
Large people sue big businesses; McDonald's lawsuit; airline disagreements.
Professional locator Troy Dunn searches for a homeless woman living in the flood tunnels beneath the Las Vegas strip.
The psychologist celebrates his 1,000th episode; talk-show host Oprah Winfrey; updates on memorable guests.
Rob Lowe discusses his father's battle with cancer.
Dr. Phil and Robin give Valentine's Day advice and surprises.
The doctor gives sexual advice to disagreeing couples.
The doctor continues to delve into the lives of twin drug addicts.
Out-of-control mothers learn how to curb their offensive behaviors.
Twin sisters discuss their addictions to pain pills.
The doctor teaches guests how to lead happier, healthier lives; a mother wants to be a better parent; lazy husband; finicky wife.
The doctor puts engaged couples to the test to find out if they are ready to get married.
The doctor talks sense into couples arguing over finances.
Rachel says her teen daughter is rude, violent and out of control; Hallie says her sister is so obsessed with winning back her ex that she is neglecting her children; Alysse says she is unable to end her relationship with a married man.
Dark secrets threaten to destroy marriages.
Causes of and solutions for obesity in children.
Teenage guests say they want to have a baby; a 19-year-old mother of an 11-month-old is pregnant.
A woman finds comfort with her baby blanket; Hollywood celebrities; Robin, Phil's wife, discusses living with the doctor.
The doctor helps stressed-out parents.