Doctor Michelle Cohen is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, television and radio expert and talk show host. Her experience as a doctor of psychology in her private practice office and in hospitals and clinics, as well as her work in television, radio and other media formats, has given her a professional, yet entertaining psychological perspective to share and with the media. Known as "the straight talk doc," she helps individuals, couples and families in her office and provides news, entertainment, reality and other media formats with her expertise as a therapist to help people understand different personality and communication styles, relationship issues, family dynamics, personality and forensic profiling and how to help people overcome their deeper, unresolved issues. Dr. Michelle also puts a psychological spin on celebrities' issues and news events. She can be seen on "Entertainment Tonight," "Inside Edition," "The Robert Irvine Show" and "The Home & Family Show," to name a few. She has also hosted talk shows for ABC radio, and was a recurring radio personality for over 10 years on CBS radio, in Los Angeles. Dr. Michelle has also been a columnist for The Valley News Group's three newspapers as their psychological columnist, and hosted "Understanding Body Language," a viral video series, which is part of the L.A. County Government's professional training program.
Dr. Michelle has been on LA Talk Radio for ten years helping listeners with their issues by answering live calls and emails and interviewing other psychological experts, self-help authors, news makers and celebrities. She puts a psychological spin on current news and entertainment stories and encourages listeners to enjoy more fulfillment in their lives, working through their personal issues and having better relationships. Talkers Magazine named "On The Couch with Dr. Michelle," as one of the "Frontier Fifty Best Talk Shows" in the country. Dr. Michelle is a member of the American Psychological Association, the Los Angeles County Psychological Association and is a lifetime member of the National Honor Society in Psychology.