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Roger Gould, M.D.  
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Specialties: Mental Health, Wellness, emotional eating

Education
M.D., Northwestern UniversityGraduate, 1954 - 1959
Medical Training
UCLA - Internship - 1959 - 1960
UCLA - Residency - 1960 - 1965
Board Certification
1965: Psychiatry
Patient Education Materials and Publications
Author of the new, popular book, Shrink Yourself

Creator of Free Yourself From Emotional Eating Online Program

Author of the best-selling book, Transformations: Growth and Change in Adult Life

Co-authored, Passages More than 18 published articles and chapters in professional journals and books.


Other
Dr. Gould’s work has been covered in Time magazine, The New York Times, and Psychology Today as well as national television shows.

In the early 80's Dr. Gould began exploring the role that computers and the internet could play in psychotherapy, and was acknowledged by the Smithsonian for his efforts in the field.

Recent Blog Entries
It's only when you believe that you're still a child that your inner critic has any control over you. As an adult, believ...
There are six major accusations your inner critic (Harriet) likes to throw at you (6 weapons of personal destruction). In my previo...
For the sake of argument, let's name your inner critic Harriet. Harriet has a consistency in her negative attitudes and judgem...
We human beings are a social creature by nature. We interact with other people on many different levels: family; friend; wife; boss...
Most of our blog posts talk about the habits, challenges and symptoms of emotional eating and how they affect various aspects of ou...

Jun 28, 2012 - 7 Comments
Using food as a reward is a common theme for emotional eaters. On the flip side, however, people also overeat as a form of punishme...

Feb 01, 2011 - 4 Comments
There was a statement that caught my attention in a recent article from the Washington Post's "Eat, Drink and Be Healthy&...

Jan 16, 2011 - 2 Comments
We all make New Year's resolutions, and often these resolutions involve weight loss. However, many of us quickly lose traction...