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Honored by several professional associations, Barton Goldsmith, Ph.D., is a three-time award winning psychotherapist, a syndicated columnist and radio host, as well as a recognized keynote speaker. He has appeared on CNN, Good Morning America, Fox & Friends, CBS News, NBC News, Beauty and The Geek, and The Greg Behrendt Show.
Dr. Goldsmith was named by Cosmopolitan Magazine as one of the country's top counselors, in addition his books; Emotional Fitness for Couples--10 Minutes a Day to a Better Relationship which was published by New Harbinger on Valentine's Day 2006, and the sequel, Emotional Fitness for Intimacy--Sweeten and Deepen You Love in Just 10 Minutes a Day released by New Harbinger in April 2009 were included in this years Academy Awards/Oscar "Swag Bags" and was also included in the Emmy gift bags.
Dr. Goldsmith's next book Emotional Fitness at Work--6 Strategic Steps to Success Using the Power of Emotion, the third in the Emotional Fitness book series, was released in the fall of 2009 by Career Press who has also contracted him to write 100 Ways to Build Self-Confidence, to be released in 2010.
Since 2002, Dr. Goldsmith's weekly column, Emotional Fitness, which is syndicated by Scripps-Howard News Service, and has been featured in over 200 newspapers including The Chicago Sun-Times, The Orange County Register, The San Diego Union-Tribune, and The Atlanta Journal, giving him a substantial readership. He also hosts a weekly radio show on KCLU/NPR, with nearly 90,000 listeners in Los Angeles, Ventura, and Santa Barbara. His expert advice is regularly featured in Cosmo. Recently, he served as the national spokesperson for the Mars Candy My M&M's Treasured Moments Challenge, and is currently writing a weekly blog for Psychology Today.
Dr. Goldsmith received recognition from the City of Los Angeles for his work with survivors of the 1994 earthquake. Emotional Fitness was the winner of the Clark Vincent Award for Writing from the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. In addition, he received the Peter Markin Merit Award from the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists for his humanitarian efforts. He has also been named as the recipient of the Joseph A. Giannantoino II Award in recognition of his contributions as an Outstanding Educator in the field of Addiction Medicine, given by The California Association of Alcoholism and Drug Counselors. He was a National Merit Scholar and a Professor of Psychology at Ryokan College, Los Angeles.
"Dr. G" (as he is referred to by his clientele) began working in the field of psychology when his career in professional basketball was cut short because he only grew to five foot six inches tall.
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