About Dr. Jamie Turndorf (a.k.a "Doctor Love")
Dr. Jamie Turndorf holds a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, is an internationally known psychotherapist, relationship and communication expert, author, advice columnist, radio show host, and media figure recognized and read by millions around the world.
Known also as Dr. Love through the web, television, radio, and print, Dr. Turndorf has authored, Till Death Do Us Part (Unless I Kill You First): A Step-by-Step Guide for Resolving Relationship Conflict, and Make Up Don't Break Up: Dr. Love's Five-Step Plan for Reconciling With Your Ex. Her writing has been endorsed by two New York Times #1 Best Selling Authors Dr. John Gray who wrote "Men are From Mars, Women are from Venus," John Bradshaw who wrote "Homecoming" and Pulitzer Prize winning author and Harvard Professor Dr. John Mack.
Dr. Turndorf is the creator of AskDrLove.com, the first relationship advice site on the Internet originally launched in 1996. The site has received up to three million hits per month and was voted Best of the Net and Hottest Site on the Web. At her website, she offers the world’s first searchable relationship advice database wtih thousands of of personal advice columns and informative articles on very imaginable love, relationship, marriage, dating, and sex advice topic.
Dr. Turndorf has appeared as a guest expert on NBC, CNN, CBS, VH1, and Fox, on such programs as Later Today, Fox Five, America's Talking, and Inside Edition. Her advice columns and features have been featured in magazines such as New Woman, American Woman, Men's Health, Marie Claire, Gamour, and Cosmopolitan. She has also been mentioned or featured on WebMD, iVillage, Discovery, and Fox Online. Her blog, "We Can Work it Out," presently appears on Psychology Today Online.
She also presently hosts a weekly radio program called Ask Dr Love on Talk Zone Internet Radio. The show broadcasts LIVE every Tuesday at 1pm (EST), and listeners can call in with any of their own relationship questions or comments on the show topic. Syndication Networks, Inc., is presently in the process of syndicating the show to bring it to commerical over-the-air radio stations across the country.
As Founder/Director of the Center for Emotional Communication, Dr. Turndorf has spent the past thirty years perfecting her Core Therapy method, which enables people to unearth and heal the early wounds that interfere with our ability to establish and maintain loving relationships with others and ourselves.
Dr. Turndorf is the inventor of the award-winning game, LoveQuest: The Game of Finding Mr. Right, nominated by Mensa as the "Most Creative and Intellectually Challenging Game of the Year" and voted by Fun and Games magazine as a sure winner for the international "Most Creative Game of the Year" award.
She has also authored the foreword to The Complete Idiot's Guide to Affair Proof Love and co-authored The Pleasure of Your Company: A Socio-Psychological Analysis of Modern Sociability (with Emile Jean Pin).
Since the recent death of Emile Jean Pin, her beloved husband of 27 years, she has discovered that relationships do not end in death. His miraculous manifestations, often in front of witnesses, have proven to her that there is life after life. Jean has asked her to tell their story to ease the two greatest and most universal fears: that of loving and losing and that of death and dying. Her experiences with him have led her to develop a groundbreaking form of grief therapy that diverges from traditional Western approach (grieve, let go and move on). By contrast, her method guides people to reconnect and, if needed, make peace with the deceased. Her story and new grief therapy method is soon to be presented in her latest book entitled Love Never Dies: How to Reconnect and Make Peace with the Deceased.
NOMINATIONS AND AWARDS
Who's Who in the World- 1996 through present
Who's Who of American Women– 2000 - present
Who's Who in America- Millennium Edition - 2000 and through present
Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare- 1997-98 through present
Who's Who in Science and Engineering- 1996-97 through present
2000 Outstanding Scientists of the 20th Century- 1999 nomination
Who's Who in the East- 1995-96 through present
2000 Outstanding People of the 20th Century- 1988
International Woman of the Year- 1998/99 - nomination
International Who's Who of Professional and Business Women- 2000
International Woman of the Millennium– 1999
The International Directory of Distinguished Leadership- 2000
International Who's Who of Intellectuals, 13th edition
5000 Personalities of the World– 1998
1000 Creative and Successful Personalities of the World- 1999
Who's Who of the Year- 1998 nomination
500 Leaders of Influence- 1998
Dictionary of International Biography- 1995 and 1999
World Who's Who Hall of Fame- 1998
The World Who's Who of Women- 1997
20th Century Award for Achievement- 1998
"If anger and fighting are ruining your dream of a happy marriage, Dr. Turndorf’s conflict resolution program is for you."
-- John Gray,
Author of NY Times #1 bestseller Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus
"This well-researched book offers a thorough, step-by-step program that provides tools for couples to heal even the most troubled relationships."
-- Dr. John Mack
Pulitzer Prize winning author and Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School
“This book is mandatory reading for every couple that wants to build lasting love.”
-- John Bradshaw,
Author of NY Times #1 bestseller Homecoming
"Dr. Turndorf is an amazing individual who has wonderful advice to offer men and women of all ages and in all types of relationships. Ignore her counsel at your peril!"
-- Bill Hammond III,
Winner of the Best Historical Fiction Award, 2012
"You are awesome Dr. Jamie. You really are. The best part about you is the way you translate complex psychological stuff into easy to understand and actionable insights."
-- Kajay Williams,
Producer Relationship Advice Cafe
"Let me tell you why you're extremely important now. I really believe your message is there. You're spot on. More and more people should be taking advantage of what you're offering."
-- Michael Dresser,
Syndicated Radio Host
"Good stuff. Great insight. I love your approach. Who doesn't need more healing. I love your idea of using your partner as a healing agent. That's such a great way to see your partner. You give great labels and patterns to look for. I love your method. You make it sound so easy. You have a great website with lots of great information and resources. These are the tools we all need."
-- Dr. Matt Townsend,
Host, The Matt Townsend Show