Cortney's Media Appearances

Television, Radio, Podcasts, Web, Print

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Cortney's Media Appearances

Television, Radio, Podcasts, Web, Print

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The following is a list of media appearances of Dr. Cortney Warren.

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How Do You Help Clients Who Are Obsessed with a Former Lover after a Breakup?

By Cortney S. Warren, PhD, ABPP

May 23, 2023


Heal The Pain Of A Break-Up

Hosted by Sabrina Victoria

May 16, 2023


Why Do I Sabotage My Relationships? 5 Insights From A Psychologist

By Dr. Cortney Warren

May 7, 2023


How to Get Over Your Ex

By Raygoza Consulting

May 5, 2023


Your Ex Is Not Actually A Cockroach

Advice from Dr. Cortney Warren on how to find peace after a breakup — no roaches or bonfires required.

May 5, 2023


229: Treating Love Addiction with Dr. Cortney Warren

by Duane Osterlind

Apr 17, 2023


Harvard-trained psychologist: If you use any of these 9 phrases every day, ‘your relationship is more successful’ than most

Apr 7, 2023


Dr. Cortney Warren “Letting Go of Your Ex: CBT Skills to Heal the Pain of a Breakup and Overcome Love Addiction”

with Dr. Wendy Walsh on KFI Featured Segments

Apr 4, 2023


The Psychological Reason We Love People We Don’t Like

It’s possible to love someone you don’t like very much; but it says more about you than them.

Apr 4, 2023


How to set boundaries with your ex if you still want to be friends

Apr 3, 2023


Episode 2: Heart Hexes and a Dutch Oven with Gabe Liedman, Lang Fisher and Dr. Cortney Warren

By: Allison Goldberg

Source: How to Break Up by Text - Audible, Feb 15, 2024


Here’s the No. 1 phrase I’ve seen ‘destroy’ relationships, says Harvard psychologist of 20 years

By Dr. Cortney Warren

Source: CNBC Make It, Feb 10, 2024


The Hidden Risks Of Being A Fat Woman In Therapy

Not all therapists are aware of this, and it can have devastating effects.

Source: Your Tango, Jan 11, 2024


3 Super Simple Things You Can Do When Life Is Terrible That Are Proven To Help You Find Gratitude

Research shows that appreciating any glimmers of good in your life can help you cope with hard times.

Source: Your Tango, Jan 11, 2024


Breadcrumbing is the newest 2024 dating term that will make you want to be single forever

By Bec Oakes

Source: LAD Bible, Jan 11, 2024


How to Get Better at Making Decisions

By Stacey Feintuch

Source: Twill Care, Jan 10, 2024


Harvard psychologist: If you answer ‘yes’ to these 9 questions, you’re ‘more emotionally secure than most’

Dr. Cortney Warren, Contributor

Source: CNBC Make It, Jan 3, 2024


Self-Deception, Love Addiction & Body Trust with Dr. Cortney Warren, PhD, ABPP

by Shawn Hondorp, PhD, ABPP

Source: Motivation Made Easy Podcast, Dec 11, 2023


The Surprising Link Between Technology and Mental Health

A Conversation with Dr. Cortney Warren

Source: Life Sciences 360, Nov 23, 2023


People With These 4 Basic Skills Know What It Means To Be Who They Truly Are

When your internal world matches your external vibe, people will be drawn to your authenticity.

Source: Your Tango, Nov 18, 2023


Note: When I appear in any form of media, I am ALWAYS WORKING IN A NON-CLINICAL ROLE. This means that I provide information, comments, and opinions to the public in a non-clinical context. For example, I may provide information on a given issue, be interviewed to offer my professional opinions about a given topic, and advocate for specific issues. I am NOT doing clinical work (e.g., psychotherapy, formal assessment) in the media. This includes all of my work in the media, including but not limited to EXaholics, Choose Honesty, media appearances in television (e.g., on The Doctors television show), and podcasts/webinars.

My media work is for informational and educational purposes only--It is not therapy.
Dr. Warren's work in the media is for informational and educational purposes and should not be considered therapy or any form of treatment. Dr. Cortney S. Warren and her team are not able to respond to specific questions or comments about personal situations, appropriate diagnoses or treatment, or otherwise provide any clinical opinions. If you think you need immediate assistance, call your local emergency number or the mental health crisis hotline listed in your local phone book’s government pages.