Dr. Seth Meyers is a licensed clinical psychologist, author, television contributor and trainer. He practices in Los Angeles and has spent 20 years helping adults, children and families across all walks of life. In his psychotherapy work, he works with adults who are dealing with emotional or relationship issues.
Dr. Meyers also provides consulting and training to help families, school systems and organizations manage individuals at risk. Having spent many years at the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health’s Emergency Outreach Bureau, he draws from his experience working on a specialized team in the management of psychiatric crises and highly complex cases involving public safety.
In terms of training and education, Dr. Meyers graduated with his B.A. in psychology from Vassar College. He attended the APA-accredited doctoral program in clinical psychology at Yeshiva University’s Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology in New York City, where he earned the Jeffrey Sage Award for overall excellence in clinical psychology. All of his training took place in hospitals, including: St. Vincents Catholic Medical Centers and Maimonides Medical Center in New York City; Essex County Hospital Center in northern New Jersey; Providence Hospital in Washington, D.C.; and a postdoctoral fellowship at the Weingart Center on Skid Row in Los Angeles. Dr. Meyers has worked in almost every type of mental health setting, including locked inpatient psychiatric units, partial hospital programs, and outpatient mental health clinics.
Dr. Meyers has been published in leading academic journals, including The American Journal of Public Health, and published his own book on how to prevent destructive relationships (Overcome Relationship Repetition Syndrome, Simon & Schuster, 2010).