The life strategist offers advice on a wide range of topics, including marital, financial and self-image issues. Phil McGraw began his own show after he became a popular recurring guest on `The Oprah Winfrey Show.'
Kalie, Susan, and Gabby say they want to shut down a Christian boarding school they were forced to attend as teens, claiming the girls there are at great risk, but another former student, Lucinda, says their allegations aren't true. A former volunteer staff member joins the conversation.
Dr. Phil tackles the case of a daughter and son-in-law who kicked out 70-year-old grandmother, Liz, after she reported them to Child Protective Services. Liz claims that she is homeless and living in her car as a result of her daughter's actions, so Dr. Phil works to find out why exactly Child Protective Services was initially called and if something can be done about Liz's homelessness.
Melanie seeks Dr. Phil's help mending the relationship with her 15-year-old daughter, who has been disobedient, grouchy and mean since her boyfriend broke up with her. Then, Latonya wants Dr. Phil's help with her relationship troubles.
A couple blames each other for the death of their 11-month-old daughter after she accidentally suffocated while sleeping in the same bed with them. A close friend of theirs tells Dr. Phil they are both still in pain and need help.
The heartbreaking case of a missing little girl who vanished without a trace. Five-year-old Dulce Maria Alvarez disappeared more than two months ago, reportedly while playing in a New Jersey park as her mother sat in acar nearby. In an exclusive interview, her mother speaks out.
Ex-Olympic and Michigan State University doctor Larry Nassar pleaded guilty to three counts of possession of child pornography and 10 counts of criminal sexual conduct and will spend the rest of his life in prison after hundreds of people – mostly young women – came forward about his abuse under the guise of "treatment." In a Dr.Phil exclusive, two young women, Emma Ann and Grace, speak out for the first time on television about their experience with Larry Nassar.
Vicki says her 23-year-old granddaughter, Alexis, is accused of going on a crime spree across two states witha 30-year-old man named Lance, whom she met only four months ago. According to authorities, Lance was caught ona store security camera robbing a clerk with a gun, while Alexis waited for him in a stolen car. Stacey, Alexis' mom, says Alexis completely changed when she met Lance. She says Alexis and Lance are accused of going through seven counties and stealing five cars.
Mike and his fiancée, Julia, claim that ever since their engagement, Mike's ex-wife, Christy, has become"crazy with jealousy" and has been stalking and harassing them. They claim Christy has sent the police to their houseover 20 times for no reason and even sent them to Mike and Christy's son's football practice. Christy denies their allegations and claims, instead, that her ex-husband is an irresponsible, overbearing, narcissist, who is poisoning their son against her.
Featuring an unsolved murder and the plot to cover it up. Police say Shannon Ivey was murdered sometime in 2016, but his body was not found until 2018. His family didn't suspect a thing and never reported him missing. That's because Shannon's family believes not only did his then-wife, Toni, shoot Shannon in the back of the head, but they claim she then tricked everyone into believing he was still alive by impersonating him via email and text.
Crystal claims her son, Dominique, is a troubled, marijuana selling, smoking, and vaping teen who is headed to prison or the grave. She also says Dominique is turning 18 soon, and the family is trying desperately to give him a wake-up call before it is too late.
Nicole says she thought she knew her husband of nearly 20 years, Carter, but all that changed when Nicole uncovered a secret her husband has been hiding for years. Nicole says 12 days ago, she discovered that Carter has been having a nearly four-year sexual affair with a man. Even though Carter insists he has told Nicole everything, she is adamant that she believes there is more her husband is hiding.
An exclusive interview with 16-year-old twins Georgia and Walker "Patterson" Inman, who, at 21, will reportedly inherit $1 billion as the only living heirs of the Duke tobacco fortune. They open up to Dr. Phil about the abuse they claim they suffered.