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Frank Pittman, M.D.
Featured In: Volume 4: "Infidelity"
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Frank Pittman is a psychiatrist and family therapist in private practice in Atlanta. He is also Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Emory University School of Medicine and Adjunct Professor Psychology at Georgia State University. A prolific writer and noted teacher of family therapy throughout the U.S. and Europe, he is best known for his research and treatment of families in crisis and the use of family therapy as an alternative to psychiatric hospitalization. For 11 years he has been a regular contributor and movie reviewer for the Family Therapy Networker. His many publications include three books: Turning Points: Treating Families in Transition and Crisis, Private Lies: Infidelity and the Betrayal of Intimacy, and Man Enough: Fathers, Sons and the Search for Masculinity. In his spare time he is a movie script consultant to John Cleese and he writes an advice column in Psychology Today, which calls him "America’s funniest psychologist."