Dr. Phil McGraw is a renowned mental health professional and television host, celebrated for making complex psychological concepts accessible to the public through his popular TV show, “Dr. Phil.” In its 22nd season, the show has been a platform for discussing mental health issues, garnering McGraw numerous accolades, including a Presidential Citation by the American Psychological Association. Beyond TV, he has contributed over $35 million in resources to his guests, produced and written for shows like “Bull” and “So Help Me Todd,” and launched successful podcasts. A best-selling author, McGraw also co-founded “Doctor on Demand,” a telemedicine service. With a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and a post-doctoral fellowship in forensic psychology, McGraw has been a vocal advocate for various social issues and runs the philanthropic organization When Georgia Smiled with his wife, Robin.