DR. GILDA CARLE is the only internationally-known relationship expert who speaks to corporations, adults, teens and 'tweens.
The New York Times calls DR. GILDA "the busiest television therapist in the business." Gannett names her "TV's #1 talk-show therapist, hotter than the Sahara, part philosopher and part stand-up comic." DR. GILDA responds to worldwide fans on her web site, www.DrGilda.com. Her new 4-volume, 400+-page E-Book Program is, "How to WIN When Your Mate Cheats": http://drgilda.com/ebook/WhenYourMateCheats.htm
Dr. Gilda is Match.com's weekly Suddenly Single advice columnist, published on MSN.com's Dating & Personals page. She is also a Spokesperson for Match.com. She has an international private practice, she is associate professor of business, psychology, and communications at New York's Mercy College, and she has authored "Don't Bet on the Prince! How to Have the Man You Want by Betting On Yourself" (a test question on "JEOPARDY!"), "He's Not All That! How to Attract the Good Guys," and "Teen Talk with Dr. Gilda: A Girl's Guide to Dating." The hundreds of GILDA-GRAMS in her books, columns, and motivational speeches keep us going when life gets tough: "You will never be loved if you can't risk being disliked"; "What you accept, you teach"; "We attract not who we want, but who we are." See www.DrGilda.com for more.
Education and Career History
A licensed educator, GILDA CARLE holds a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from New York University, with a concentration in psychology, sociology, and social psychology. Her doctoral research explored self-esteem, role expectations, and interpersonal communications, and she received certification from New York State as a teacher, principal and school superintendent. As a youngster, she danced on TV. As a young adult, she taught in New York's inner city schools. Later heading her own firm, she became a management consultant and motivational speaker for Fortune 500 companies. The Wall Street Journal called her "a woman warrior who trains executives in Sun Tzu's The Art of War [She prefers its other translation, “The Art of Strategy.”] as it applies to communications." Publishing papers in technical and company journals, she delivered some of them abroad.
A partial list of her clients and audiences includes: IBM, Citibank, US Army, US Army Corps of Engineers, New York Power Authority, PSE&G, Niagara Mohawk, Con Edison, ARA Food Services, Mobil Oil, Newsweek, Kraft Foods, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), LPGA Golf Clinics, The Gartner Group, NYC Health & Hospitals Corporation, NJ Department of Health, Exxon, Downstate Medical School, Marymount College, Elizabeth Seton College, Pace University, Mercy College, K-Mart, Pitney Bowes, Scarsdale, Yonkers, Somers, and New York City Public School Systems, Lavalife, MSN Dating & Personals, International Flavors & Fragrances, iVillage, Hallmark Cards, Harlequin Books, American Women in Radio and Television (AWRT), Galderma Pharmaceuticals, EURO RSCG LIFE Public Relations, AARP, Internal Revenue Service, ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, Fox News Channel, MSNBC, CNN, A&E, WB, WOR, Lifetime TV, VH1, MTV, HBO, E! Entertainment, and national & international radio networks.
DR. GILDA's Power Image Products continue to be a resource for individuals, schools, and libraries. Her video, How to Project a Power Image was endorsed by Success Magazine as a "hard-hitting, high-velocity advertisement of Dr. Carle's own strategies." Her video, Skills for Successful Business Women was endorsed by Working Woman Magazine as "a valuable tool for women to take control of their career and make life happen." Her video, How to Manage Anger and Take Control, was endorsed by the American Management Association and the National Association for Female Executives, and it aired on CNN's Moneyline. Her nationally-distributed newsletter, Lessons in Self-Promotion, was recommended as a networking tool by The Chicago Tribune, and she was awarded a Chair for achievement from Long Island University Graduate MBA Program. Successful Meetings Magazine honored her as "Best Speaker in America," L'Egg's celebrated her as one of their "Women on the Move," and she has received many awards from Women in Communications.
Corporate Services Expand into Pop Culture
Always the educator, while offering relationship advice on a local TV network, syndicated television spotted DR. GILDA - and catapulted her from the corporate sector into the pop culture, where she became a recognizable media personality on America's daytime talk shows. She went on to host her own show as the Love Doc on MTV Online, she wrote relationship columns for Teen and Twist magazines, she became Valentine's Day Spokesperson for Hallmark Cards, she became the Relationship Expert for Harlequin Enterprises, she wrote the "Dr. Gilda Says" column in Thomson Newspapers' syndicated "HealthFile," she was on the advisory board of the National Association for Female Executives, she was the Relationship Expert on WABC's "Success Radio," and the Fox network subsidized a pilot for her own syndicated TV show, "Dr. Gilda." She did the "Shrink Rap" column in Soap Opera Digest, she is on the advisory board of CosmoGIRL!, and she is the Relationship Expert for AMI Mini Mags, the booklets at supermarkets, Wal-Marts and mass merchandiser checkouts. Some of the Mini Mag titles she’s authored are: How to Win at Love; 10 Questions Women Should Never Ask & the 10 They Should; Women's 10 Big Worries & How to Beat 'Em; He Says, She Says: When Love Gets Lost in the Translation; and Your Guide to a Perfect Relationship. She was the 5-Minute Therapist for For Me magazine, and for the past 3 years, she has been Match.com’s weekly Suddenly Single advice columnist, published on MSN’s Dating & Personals page.
The Media and the Movies
DR. GILDA counsels, "We declare our destiny, so either choose to be a victim and remain stuck in the past, or choose to use your power and live your passions NOW." Having spent years in crime-ridden schools, she is fearless about calling people on their actions. Her TV appearances have included Dateline, The O'Reilly Factor, Larry King, Oprah, Sally Jessy Raphael, Ricki Lake, Montel, The View, Inside Edition, and Howard Stern. Her print interviews span The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today, Chicago Tribune, Cosmo, Glamour, Redbook, The National Enquirer, Star, In Touch, Time Out New York, YM, Teen People, Seventeen, CosmoGIRL!, Men's Health, Details, and Maxim. She has also been a guest on thousands of radio shows worldwide.
On reality film, she is the therapist in HBO's Emmy Award winner, “Telling Nicholas” (www.TellingNicholas.com). The movie depicts Dr. Gilda's heart-wrenching task of guiding a grieving family to tell their 7-year-old that his mother died in the World Trade Center attack. In addition to winning an Emmy, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Academy Awards) named the film one of the 12 most outstanding documentaries of 2002, and segments of the movie aired on Oprah. In “The Working Girl.com” (www.TheWorkingGirl.com), she confronts a porn mom on her parenting. In the “Games People Play” series (www.GamesPeoplePlayTheMovie.com), she charges young actors with "emotional prostitution" for selling out for fame.
As she challenges people to shine, her unique mix of humor and compassion generate tears, laughter, and standing ovations. The Dean at Mercy College praises DR. GILDA by calling her, “Mother Theresa with lipstick and The Wall Street Journal.” But DR. GILDA says it’s her clients, students and fans who deserve the credit, because it is really they who continue to teach her how to serve people best.
Dr. Gilda's Guides
On www.DrGilda.com, Dr. Gilda offers her Guides in 2 unique categories: How to Win at Relationships and How to Win at Work: http://www.drgilda.com/books.htm#guides
These Guides are ordered by individuals and corporations throughout the world.