Stanley  Teitelbaum, Ph.D.

Stanley Teitelbaum, Ph.D.

Stanley H. Teitelbaum is a psychoanalyst specializing in individual, group, and couples therapy. He has written numerous articles in leading mental health publications and is the author of three books: “Sports Heroes, Fallen Idols,” “Athletes Who Indulge Their Dark Side,” and “Illusion and Disillusionment.“ He has appeared on more than fifty national television and radio shows, including ABC’s Nightline with Ted Koeppel, Good Morning America, 20/20, and Court TV. During the last twenty years, Dr. Teitelbaum has been interviewed frequently for newspaper and magazine articles featuring diverse topics related to human motivation, such as “Preventive Strategies in Dealing with Sports Rage,” Women as Targets of Athletes’ Violence,” and “The Importance of Athletes as Role Models and Leaders.” Dr. Teitelbaum earned a B.A. in Psychology from Brooklyn College and both a M.A. in Psychology and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Boston University.