Dr. Mike Dow, Psy.D, Ph.D. is a highly sought-after psychotherapist, neurotherapist, and the New York Times bestselling author of The Brain Fog Fix, Healing the Broken Brain, and Diet Rehab. Throughout his career, he has hosted several hit television series, served as a go-to expert in relationships, brain health, addiction and mental illness, and can currently be heard weekly on Hay House Radio’s The Dr. Mike Show Wednesdays at 10a PT/1p ET.
Inspired by his brother who suffered a massive stroke when he was just 10 years old, Dr. Mike made it his personal mission to help others in their quest for health and happiness. Dr. Mike’s expertise and warmth helped him become America’s go-to therapist, hosting a number of hit shows like E!’s Sex with Brody, VH1’s Couples Therapy, TLC’s Freaky Eaters, TLC’s My 600-lb Life Reunion, LOGO’s That Sex Show, and Investigation Discovery’s My Strange Criminal Addition. He has also been featured as LaToya Jackson’s therapist on OWN’s My Life with LaToya and as The Bachelor’s Ben and Lauren’s therapist on their Freeform spinoff.
In February 2018, Dr. Mike will be launching his fourth book, Heal Your Drained Brain: Naturally Relieve Anxiety, Combat Insomnia, and Balance Your Brain in Just 14 Days. In September 2018, he is releasing his fifth book, Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think, Act and Be Happy. Dr. Mike is cowriting this book with Editor in Chief Amy Newmark.
Dr. Mike makes regular appearances on Dr. Oz as a member of his “core team” and is a recurring guest cohost on The Doctors. He’s also made regular appearances on Today, Good Morning America, Wendy Williams, Rachael Ray, Nightline, Fox and Friends, Meredith Vieira, Ricky Lake, Bethenny, and other hit shows. Dr. Mike holds a Master of Science (M.S.) degree in marriage and family therapy, a Doctorate (Psy.D.) in psychology, a Doctorate (Ph.D) in clinical sexology, and has post-doctoral training in psychopharmacology. He maintains a full-time license to practice as a psychotherapist, neurotherapist, and sex therapist. He is registered with the California Board of Psychology and the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. He is very involved in charitable causes and volunteers for the Camp Comfort Zone, the nation’s largest bereavement camp, and served as a volunteer Trevor Project “Lifeguard.”