Steven Berglas Ph.D
Dr. Berglas began at Harvard Medical School where he was awarded two successive Career Scientist Development Awards from the Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration. Dr. Berglas served on the faculty of Harvard Medical School’s Department of Psychiatry and at McLean Hospital, where he specialized in narcissistic disorders. Dr. Berglas moved to LA in 2000 where he was an Instructor at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management and Adjunct Professor at USC’s Marshall School of Business. Dr. Berglas’ professional focus has shifted from psychotherapy to executive coaching. he has authored The Success Syndrome: Hitting Bottom When You Reach The Top (1986), Self-Handicapping (1991),Your Own Worst Enemy: Understanding the Paradox of Self-Defeating Behavior (1993) and Reclaiming the Fire: How Successful People Overcome Burnout (Random House, 2001), named by Fortune Magazine to its list of the 75 Smartest Business Books ever written. He has over 70 articles on self-defeating issues.