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Dr. Brian has become one of America’s most recognizable psychologists and lawyers.

He has been a featured guest on multiple national television networks including the Fox News Channel, CNN, HLN, CBS, MSNBC, and the Hallmark Channel since 2006, and he began co-hosting the hit series “Fatal Vows” on Investigation Discovery in 2012.

As a psychologist, he has practiced both clinically and forensically, treating adults and children and serving as an expert in criminal and civil legal matters. As an attorney, he has represented clients in high- and low-profile criminal and civil cases and has served as a mediator, litigation consultant, and legislative advisor.

Dr. Brian has written numerous articles on psychological and legal topics as well as the book Stop Moaning, Start Owning: How Entitlement is Ruining America and How Personal Responsibility Can Fix It (HCI Books, 2015). He also has an MBA and provides executive leadership consultation to organizations across North America.

Dr. Brian speaks to a wide variety of audiences about human behavior—how to deter destructive behavior and how to incentivize constructive behavior—integrating his expertise in people, public policy, and productivity.

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