Dr. Wendy Walsh

Relationship Expert

Dr. Wendy Walsh is North America’s thought leader on relationships, breaking down the psychology of sex, love, gender roles, divorce, parenting and other human behaviors on CNN every week. Speaking on topics ranging from building stronger relationships with friends and family to creating long-term, mutually satisfying relationships in the business world with clients and colleagues, Dr. Walsh’s honest―and humorous―talks put audiences instantly at ease.

In addition to her work with CNN, Dr. Walsh is also the host of Investigation Discovery network’s popular series, Happily Never After, where she guides viewers through the sometimes treacherous side of love, and the resident expert at DatingAdvice.com. Dr. Walsh brought her trademark no-holds-barred style to season four of The Doctors. She has appeared on The Today Show, The CBS Early Show, Good Morning America, The Ricki Lake Show and The View. To date, Dr. Walsh has written three books, including The Boyfriend Test, The Girlfriend Test and, soon to be published, The 30 Day Love Detox. Dr. Walsh also regularly blogs on numerous relationship sites, including DatingAdvice.com, AskMen.com, MomLogic.com, SheKnows.com, TheDoctorsTV.com and Dating.Mating.Relating.com.

Dr. Walsh also lectures on evolutionary psychology and human mating strategies at California State University Channel Islands. She holds a BA in journalism, a Master’s degree in psychology, and a PhD in clinical psychology.

The No-Rules Relationship Revolution

A thinking person’s guide to maintaining strong bonds in a world of hookups, cheaters, metro-sexuals, deadbeat parents, cougars, sexting, MILFS and Divorce. What can we learn from our hunter/gather ancestors? Why does a high supply of sex in a culture make men earn less money? How do healthy attachments make us smarter? Why do long-term married people live longer and become wealthier?

The Art of Relationship Selling

Loyal clients are the backbone of every business. They provide consistent long-term revenue. Relationship selling is a psychological art form involving a specific set of social skills. Skills that include creating commonality, consistent non-intrusive communication, trust building, boundary respect, and incentivizing.

Digital Communication and the Way we Relate

Email, text, Twitter, Facebook, and smart phones have made staying in touch a breeze. But how has that affected the quality of all our relationships, professional, personal and family? The answer lies in how you use tech. Dr. Walsh gives the ten rules for maintaining strong bonds in a high tech world.