Laura Berman

Laura Berman

Laura Berman, PhD, is a world renowned sex and relationship educator and therapist; popular TV, radio and Internet host; New York Times best-selling author; and assistant clinical professor of ob-gyn and psychiatry at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University in Chicago.

Considered a thought leader in her field, Dr. Berman has helped countless couples build stronger relationships, improve their sex lives, and achieve a heightened level of intimacy through her TV and radio shows, books, columns and website, along with her private practice based in Chicago. She is the award-winning host of In the Bedroom With Dr. Laura Berman on OWN and is an influencer at Everyday Health.

Dr. Berman is a New York Times best-selling author of many books on sexual health and pleasure and a weekly columnist for the Chicago Sun Times. She has appeared on Fox News and CNN as well as in The New York Times, USA Today, and every major woman’s magazine. Dr. Berman serves on the advisory board for The Dr. Oz Show, and is a regular guest on The Steve Harvey Show.

Latest Posts

Elton John turns 70 Saturday

Elton John turns 70 Saturday

He turns 70 Saturday, and he’s still standing: Sir Elton John says at this moment, he’s living his best life. “I’m interested in moving forward all the time, with what I create, my collaborations, and also with discovering the work of other people,” says the always-busy rock legend. “I think age is immaterial, provided we […]
On Ebay, fan selling bag of air from Adele’s  Australian tour

On Ebay, fan selling bag of air from Adele’s Australian tour

If you weren’t able to attend Adele’s record-breaking run of concerts in Australia, you can still experience a small part of it, thanks to one extremely enterprising fan. The fan is auctioning of a bag of air — yes, air — supposedly captured at Adele’s March 13 show in Adelaide, Australia. “Grab a piece of […]
The Gong Show

The Gong Show

Who remembers The Gong Show with Chuck Barris.  This crazy amateur show aired for 3 years from 1976-78.  It was clear that NBC really was not sure what to do with the show and buried it during the afternoon hours.  The show is best remembered for its worthless prizes awarded to contestants, the celebrity judges […]