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  • Counselors, Psychiatrists and Therapists
    • B.P. Medical Group
        • David Spade as himself visits a therapist played by Brad Pitt. "Licensed Therapist Psychoanalysis" (episode 11/07/98 David Spade Therapy Cold Opening)
    • Calm Visions
        • Anger management center where Andy is sent following his outburst in the office when he punches a hole in the wall. (Season 3 episode The Return)
    • Captain Lee
        • Army therapist the NSA brings in to analyze cybernetic supercomputer Bob. (Season 1 episode Bob)
    • Conformco
        • Brain deprogrammers that the Simpsons hire to save Bart from Mr. Burns. A subsidiary of Mrs. Fields' cookies. (Season 5 episode Burns' Heir)
    • Connie Forsyth
        • Sam's psychiatrist. Frasier: "If you felt the need to see a therapist, why didn't you come to me?" Sam: "Oh Well, I, you know, I was looking, sort of, for a doctor that, you know, didn't know me so well, who has, uh, blonde hair and smoky eyes and wears miniskirts and crosses her legs all the time." Frasier: "Oh. Connie Forsyth, a fine doctor. She'll straighten you out." (Season 9 episode 15 Achilles Hill)
    • Counselor Telnorri
        • When Miles returns from his Argrathi imprisonment, he is supposed to be seeing Counselor Telnorri three times a week. (Season 4 episode Hard Time)
    • Cuckooville Crazy Hut
        • Fake company name that the receptionist - and Charlie's probation officer's daughter - mentions when answering the phone at her father's office because she thought her friend was calling back. "Thank you for calling Cuckooville Crazy Hut. It's probably your mom's fault." (Episode Charlie and His Probation Officer's Daughter)
    • David Worth, PhD
        • Psychotherapist father of 16 - almost 17 year old girl that Jonathan makes out with, and leaves behind Jim Jarmusch's script in his office. (Season 1 episode The Case of the Missing Screenplay)
    • Denise New record added 9/9/2021
        • Brennan’s therapist, whom Brennan calls Dr. Angel Face.
    • Doctor Adam Grunberg
        • Psychiatrist that George Miller visits in the past world of the museum exhibit simulation when he becomes confused about which reality is real.
    • Don't Stop Bereaving: Grief Counseling
        • Store next door in Season 6 episode Pro Tiki/Con Tiki. Tribute to the Journey song Don't Stop Believing.
    • Downtown NY Center For Psychotherapy & Psychiatry
        • Location of Dr. Nicky's office. (Season 1 episode Everythingship)
    • Dr. Alan Corville
        • Psychiatrist mentioned on the letters page of The American Journal of Psychiatry, along with Niles (Season 5 episode The 1000th Show)
    • Dr. Alpert
        • Psychiatrist in the facility where William is being held. (Season 3 episode Decoherence)
    • Dr. Anne Ranberg
        • Psychiatrist Frasier meets on the airplane to Chicago (Season 11 episode Goodnight Seattle)
    • Dr. Armstrong
        • Director of Thurlstone Hospital that is possessed by the female space vampire played by Patrick Stewart.
    • Dr. Badgley
        • One of Frasier's professor's in college - it was in Dr. Badgley's epidemiology seminar at Harvard where Frasier first discovered psychiatry. (Season 7 episode Something About Dr. Mary)
    • Dr. Bartok
        • Just released from prison, John Muller masterminds a holdup at an illegal casino. The robbery goes bad, and the mobsters capture some of Muller's men and force them to identify the rest before killing them. Muller decides to leave town and hide. A chance encounter with dentist Dr. Swangron reveals that Muller looks exactly like a psychoanalyst who works in the same building, Dr. Bartok, the only difference being a large scar on the left side of the doctor's face. Muller sets out to impersonate Bartok, aided by the fact he studied psychoanalysis in medical school before dropping out. He takes a photograph of the doctor and uses it as a guide to cut an identical scar on his own face.
    • Dr. Benjamin Stoner
        • Doctor that diagnosed Arthur's mother Penny at Arkham State Hospital.
    • Dr. Bernard Schenkman
        • Niles and Maris' new marriage counselor that sleeps with Maris (Season 5 episode The Maris Counselor)
    • Dr. Beth Levy
        • Henry's psychiatrist that has a mental breakdown.
    • Dr. Blitzstein
        • When Charlie's patients go looking for a new therapist, they visit Dr. Goldfarb, then Dr. Blitzstein, then Dr. Jewsenheimer or something - actually Jewsenhemer, and then Dr. Russell. (Episode Charlie and the Pajama Intervention)
    • Dr. Bloom
        • Alan and his Judith’s marriage counselor. Alan cancels their next appointment after moving out. (Pilot episode)
    • Dr. Bob Kaufman
        • What Marge calls a "special kind of talking doctor" that she brings in to talk to Bart when he won't stop digging in the backyard. (Season 13 episode Homer to the Moe)
    • Dr. C. Silva
        • One of the psychiatrists listed on John Locke's mother Emily Annabeth Locke's Record of Admission from Santa Rosa Mental Health Institute. (Season 1 episode Deus Ex Machina)
    • Dr. Callahan
        • Psychiatrist that shows up to talk to Audrey in Season 3 episode 2 Stay.
    • Dr. Charles Loftis
        • Donald Sutherland's character. Psychologist at Valley Acres.
    • Dr. Coleman
        • Doctor where Frank goes looking for his mysterious frog-boy friend from his time in the mental institution, a half-man, half-amphibious creature. What Frank learns is that he was the frog-boy. (Season 10 episode Psycho Pete Returns)
    • Dr. Cooper
        • Therapist Dr. Greyson recommends to Brian (Season 6 episode The Shrink)
    • Dr. Cravat
        • Justin's therapist, homage to Nick Cravat, the actor that played the gremlin in the original episode Nightmare at 20,000 Feet. (Episode Nightmare at 30,000 Feet)
    • Dr. D. Madison
        • One of the psychiatrists listed on John Locke's mother Emily Annabeth Locke's Record of Admission from Santa Rosa Mental Health Institute. (Season 1 episode Deus Ex Machina)
    • Dr. Deleon New record added 8/22/2021
        • Mrs. Sanders therapist. (Season 6 episode Educating Rhoda)
    • Dr. Demerest
        • Alan's child psychiatrist where Evelyn took him but not Charlie. (Season 1 episode Hey, I Can Pee Outside in the Dark)
        • Alan's child psychiatrist after he was caught stealing silly putty. (Season 2 episode The Price of Healthy Gums is Eternal Vigilance)
    • Dr. Dorothy Stone
        • Radio psychiatrist and host of It's a Gal's World, radio program on KDAFY (Season 2 episode Dressed to Call)
    • Dr. Dumont New record added 8/24/2021
        • Buddy’s doctor that thinks he’s a dog. (Season 6 episode From Snoop to Nuts Part 1)
    • Dr. Egmond Sandeling
        • Psychiatrist mentioned on the letters page of The American Journal of Psychiatry, along with Niles (Season 5 episode The 1000th Show)
    • Dr. Elizabeth Perkins, PhD
        • Professor in the Department of Psychology at Amherst Medical College whose credentials S. and Sarah use to get into Cedar Ridge Psychiatric Facility. (Season 5 episode Let the Children & the Childbearers Toil)
    • Dr. Everything'll Be Alright
        • Shrink in Beverly Hills. You know the one. From Let's Go Crazy.
    • Dr. Foster
        • Psychiatrist that was supposed to be on the psychology talk show that Frasier goes on but he gets replaced by Lilith (Season 5 episode 4 Abnormal Psychology)
        • Ned's childhood psychologist that oversaw his participation in a Juvenile Aggression Study. (Season 8 episode Hurricane Neddy)
    • Dr. Frank Westford
        • Therapist brought into the counsel the staff and relieve some of the tension in the office - portrayed by John Ritter (Season 2 episode Shrink)
        • Psychiatrist from Cheers that visits the island in Season 3 episode Planes, Trains and Visiting Cranes.
    • Dr. George Waggner
        • Karen White’s therapist Dr. George Waggner, sends her and her husband, Bill Neill, to the "Colony", a remote mountain resort whose residents are werewolves.
    • Dr. Geraldine Fenley
        • Psychiatrist mentioned on the letters page of The American Journal of Psychiatry, along with Niles (Season 5 episode The 1000th Show)
    • Dr. Goldfarb
        • When Charlie's patients go looking for a new therapist, they visit Dr. Goldfarb, then Dr. Blitzstein, then Dr. Jewsenheimer or something - actually Jewsenhemer, and then Dr. Russell. (Episode Charlie and the Pajama Intervention)
    • Dr. Grace Santiago
        • Twin patients' (the Dante sisters) psychologist in episode 2. Hired by Sean in episode 3.
    • Dr. Greta Mantleray
        • Author of books "No Fix, Just Bliss" and "See Her See You See We", host of radio program 150 Minutes With Greta.
    • Dr. Heidi
        • Fake psychiatrist played by John Hodgman in episode Course Listing Unavailable.
    • Dr. Heinrich Mueller
        • Psychiatrist that Dr. Rydell recommends to Sam (Season 7 episode 18 What's Up, Doc?)
    • Dr. Hester Crane
        • Eminent psychiatrist and Frasier's mother (Season 3 episode 8 Diane meets Mom)
    • Dr. Homer Roberts
        • Psychiatrist and Chief Resident at the Melonu Clinic on Treasure Island in San Francisco. (Season 2 episode Angel of Death)
    • Dr. Honey Snow
        • Author Daphne likes - and Frasier ends up dating (Season 2 episode You Scratch My Book…)
    • Dr. Hottie
        • Martin's old police buddy's therapist. Frank: "I'm seeing a court-appointed family therapist. I have to admit, it's only been a few sessions, but... she is hot! …According to Dr. Hottie, you have to make an effort." (Season 9 episode The Return of Martin Crane)
    • Dr. Howard
        • Doctor Stanley "Stan" Howard was a psychiatrist-turned-serial killer who appeared in Season Three of Criminal Minds. episode Scared to Death.
    • Dr. Hunter Percy
        • Psychiatrist and Director at the Melonu Clinic on Treasure Island in San Francisco. (Season 2 episode Angel of Death) Pierre Ruskin's therapist. (Season 2 episode SYZYGY)
    • Dr. J. Loren Pryor
        • 
School district psychiatrist called in to speak with Bart and his family. (Season 2 episode Bart Gets an F) 
School psychologist at Springfield Elementary, giving students the results of their Career Aptitude Normalizing Test. (Season 3 episode Separate Vocations) Springfield Elementary school psychologist. (Season 9 episode Lisa's Sax)
    • Dr. J.B. Worley
        • Aunt Em takes Dorothy to Dr. J.B. Worley for electrotherapy, leaving her under the care of Nurse Wilson.
    • Dr. Jean Komenski
        • Psychiatrist, Zhaan's identity in the Scarrans' holographic simulation. (Season 2 episode Won't Get Fooled Again)
    • Dr. Jewsenhemer
        • When Charlie's patients go looking for a new therapist, they visit Dr. Goldfarb, then Dr. Blitzstein, then Dr. Jewsenheimer or something - actually Jewsenhemer, and then Dr. Russell. Dr. Jewsenhemer is also one of the psychiatrists at Charlie's hearing. (Episode Charlie and the Pajama Intervention)
    • Dr. Judd
        • Psychiatrist Frasier mentions when the gang watches the film they make for Woody's parents and see a man jumping to his death outside Frasier's office window. Frasier makes a crack about Dr. Judd's "Depression seminars" (Season 5 episode 24 Cheers: The Movie)
    • Dr. Kaufman
        • Fake psychiatrist from the National Psychotherapy Institute that the guys from the new morning show Carlos and the Chicken impersonate when they prank call Frasier (Season 7 episode Radio Wars)
    • Dr. Ken Kedan
        • Doctor from Greater Greendale Mental Health Services in season 4 episode 4.
    • Dr. Kleerick
        • Mrs. Raven's psychiatrist that her husband mentions. (Pilot episode)
    • Dr. Lang
        • William's psychiatrist that hangs herself in her office. (Season 3 episode Decoherence)
    • Dr. Lawrence Crandell
        • Frasier's former colleague and successful writer, author of: The forever couple: the joy of loving one person for the rest of your life (Season 7 episode 22 The Visiting Lecher)
    • Dr. Lawrence Dykstra
        • Psychologist friend of Willie's that comes over to meet ALF (Season 1 episode Going Out of My Head Over You)
    • Dr. Lawrence Osborne
        • A group of patients from Morningdale Psychiatric Hospital take a cab, but are unable to party the fair. Their doctor Dr. Lawrence Osborne arrives to retrieve them. (Season 2 episode Nuts About Harry)
    • Dr. Leon Patterson
        • Retired psychiatrist friend of Sam's, the man Henry thinks is his father.
    • Dr. Litvak
        • Psychiatrist that Eric Summers' father mentions when it becomes clear that Eric is out of control. (Season 1 episode Leech)
    • Dr. Lucassi
        • Head psychiatrist at Murray Q. Frederikson psychiatric facility in season 1 episode 3 Harmony.
    • Dr. Lynn Waldheim
        • Dr. Nix Sr. coauthored his book Raising Cain with Dr. Lynn Waldheim.
    • Dr. Margaret Matheson
        • Psychologist that investigates paranormal activity.
    • Dr. Marino
        • Psychologist, guest on The Morning Show to talk about PTSD related to sexual harassment. (Season 1 episode In the Dark Night of the Soul It's Always 3:30 in the Morning)
    • Dr. Mark Reisman
        • Bebe asks Frasier if he's ever heard of Dr. Mark Reisman, a San Francisco radio psychiatrist that had a not-so-nice encounter with a falling air conditioner. Reference to producer of the show. (Season 11 episode Goodnight Seattle)
    • Dr. Martin Harvey
        • Jay's Psychiatrist that he takes his son Marty to see. "We put the pro in Prozac" (Season 1 episode A Day at the Races and a Night at the Opera).
    • Dr. Marvin Monroe's Anxiety Club
        • Psychology help phone line that Marge has Homer call when he seems depressed. (Season 2 episode Old Money)
    • Dr. Marvin Monroe's Family Therapy Center
        • Sponsor of All Star Boxing, where the Simpsons go for family counseling with therapy mallets and electric shock aversion therapy. (Season 1 episode There's No Disgrace Like Home). Marvin is also a therapist on talk radio station KBBL. Call 555-PAIN. (Season 1 episode Some Enchanted Evening)
    • Dr. Mary
        • Frasier's new call screener, that becomes his co-host on his show. She calls herself Dr. Mary, but she's not a real doctor. Frasier doesn't like working with her, but he can't bring himself to fire her because she's black. (Season 7 episode Something About Dr. Mary)
    • Dr. Matthew Liebling, MD, PH.D
        • Rembrandt visits psychiatrist Dr. Matthew Liebling, MD, PH.D, who tries to have him committed to Gatehaven, but then ends up getting committed himself after watching the sliders slide. (Season 2 episode Post Traumatic Slide Syndrome)
    • Dr. Maynard Tiboldt
        • Guest on Trish Talk, Speaking about buried memories. (Season 2 episode AKA Start at the Beginning)
    • Dr. Milo Lordestein
        • Psychiatrist mentioned on the letters page of The American Journal of Psychiatry, along with Niles (Season 5 episode The 1000th Show)
    • Dr. Moren
        • The psychiatrist at the hospital where Jake has Bill committed when he gets too close to Lee.
    • Dr. Murphy
        • Charlie's old professor - and new psychiatrist in episode Charlie and His New Therapist. Marion Ross from Happy Days!
    • Dr. Nicky
        • Beck - and then Joe's (as Paul) - psychiatrist, portrayed by John Stamos. (Season 1 episode Everythingship)
    • Dr. Nimitz
        • Psychiatrist at Cedar Ridge Psychiatric Facility. (Season 5 episode Let the Children & the Childbearers Toil)
    • Dr. Paul
        • Arthur's old therapist that his mother invited to Walter's birthday party (Season 1 episode Party Crashers)
    • Dr. Paul Kendall
        • Licensed psychotherapist specializing in violent situations and crisis behavior (Season 2 episode 13 Battle of the Exes)
    • Dr. Perceptron
        • Episode Insane in the Mainframe. A doctor at the HAL Institute for Criminally Insane Robots.
    • Dr. Peter Green
        • It turns out that the Redfield's Department Store Santa's real name is John Stevens, and he's a patient of Dr. Peter Green at the Winwood Psychiatric Center. (Season 1 episode Santa Goes Downtown)
    • Dr. R. Munoz
        • One of the psychiatrists listed on John Locke's mother Emily Annabeth Locke's Record of Admission from Santa Rosa Mental Health Institute. (Season 1 episode Deus Ex Machina)
    • Dr. Randy
        • Marriage counselor / psychic therapist played by Michael Gross. (Episode Charlie and the Psychic Therapist)
    • Dr. Reston
        • Elaine's boyfriend, her old psychiatrist, also Crazy Joe Davola's psychiatrist - the guy that kicked Kramer in the head. (Season 4 episode The Wallet)
    • Dr. Richard Nygard
        • Chris' therapist that treated hi for his emotional problems. (Season 6 episode Recall Vote, Season 7 episode Gryzzlbox)
    • Dr. Rosenbear
        • Teddy bear psychiatrist belonging to Joe's secret stalker (Season 7 episode One Flew Over the Cooper's Nest)
    • Dr. Roy
        • Joke Roy makes about Brian not needing a shrink and just needing a night out looking for girls with Roy (Season 6 episode The Shrink)
    • Dr. Ruskin
        • Doctor at Oakwood Sanitarium on the world where creativity is outlawed. (Season 5 episode Map of the Mind)
    • Dr. Russell
        • When Charlie's patients go looking for a new therapist, they visit Dr. Goldfarb, then Dr. Blitzstein, then Dr. Jewsenheimer/Jewsenhemer, and finally Dr. Russell. Dr. Russell: "I think you two need to do a soul stare in the resolution circle… Stand up, face each other, hold hands, stare into each other's eyes, and apologize with your eyes." (Episode Charlie and the Pajama Intervention)
    • Dr. Rydell
        • Psychiatrist friend of the Cranes that Sam how to see as a patient as part of a ruse to get her into bed (Season 7 episode 18 What's Up, Doc?)
    • Dr. Sally Waxler
        • Milhouse's psychiatrist, which he mentions when he goes a little crazy in the cockpit of an airplane at the U.S. Air Force Air Show. (Season 7 episode Sideshow Bob's Last Gleamings)
    • Dr. Sam Foster
        • Psychiatrist that fills in for Dr. Beth Levy, handling her patients when she has some sort of nervous breakdown.
    • Dr. Sartain
        • The new Dr. Loomis (Michael's pyschiatrist at Smith's Grove Sanitarium)
    • Dr. Schrock
        • Psychologist, host of the radio call-in show through which ALF meets his blond friend Jody (Season 1 episode For Your Eyes Only)
    • Dr. Sean Carter
        • New cognitive therapy intern at Oakwood Sanitarium on the world where creativity is outlawed. He's late on his first day, allowing Mallory to assume his identity temporarily, until he is found out. (Season 5 episode Map of the Mind)
    • Dr. Sheldon Morey
        • Professor of psychiatry at Seattle University that Niles and Daphne invite over to test Daphne's psychic abilities, portrayed by Fisher Stevens (Season 8 episode The Wizard and Roz)
    • Dr. Sigmund Hindeman New record added 9/15/2021
        • Consulting psychiatrist on the Asteroid Mining Project at the Space Center in Readsville. (Episode The Man with the Power)
    • Dr. Simon Finch-Royce
        • Eminent psychotherapist specializing in marriage counseling played by John Cleese (Season 5 episode 20 Simon Says)
    • Dr. Stillman
        • Doctor from Santa Rosa Hospital that calls Jack about a friend of his - Hurley - that's stopped sleeping and refusing to take his meds. (Season 4 episode Something Nice Back Home)
    • Dr. Sutton
        • Sam attends a sexual compulsive support group (Season 11 episode 25 The Guy Can't Help It)
    • Dr. Swanson: Hypnotherapy
        • The sign outside Dr. Swanson's office reads, "Anxiety, depression, marriage, weight loss, smoking, insurance"
    • Dr. Viasco
        • Outpatient psychiatrist Arthur saw briefly during his sophomore break that his mother invited to Walter's birthday party. (Season 1 episode Party Crashers)
    • Dr. Weinberg
        • Monica's old therapist that she mentions when her mother uses the phrase pulled a Monica: You promised Dr. Weinberg you'd never use that phrase. (Season 4 episode The One With the ‘Cuffs)
    • Dr. Wexler
        • Milhouse calls his therapist. "Stop calling me - I'm on my honeymoon! Yes, it's that weird kid again." (Season 17 episode Milhouse of Sand and Fog)
    • Dr. William Tewksbury
        • Frasier's mentor, portrayed by Rene Auberjonois (Season 8 episode The Wizard and Roz)
        • Family Therapy / Coprophagia Recovery voiced by Susan Sarandon (Season 3 episode Pickle Rick, Season 4 episode Star Mort Rickturn of the Jerri)
        • Beth and Jerry mention their marriage counselor, Dr. Wong, who suggested they experiment sexually. (Season 5 episode Mort Dinner Rick Andre)
    • Dr. Wrong
        • Sebastian's psychiatrist that turns out to be on Tyler's payroll, and has been freeing Tyler for one hour, three times a week, for ten years before Marla permanently liberates him.
    • Dr. Yamaharo
        • Bob's baseball player patient's Moose Washburn's new psychologist in Japan after he gets traded. (Season 1 episode You Can’t Win ‘em All)
    • Dr. Zach
        • Radio psychiatrist, host of Cuddle Up with Dr. Zach, Frasier's new competition (Season 9 episode Junior Agent)
    • Dr. Zimmerman
        • Doctor where Frank goes looking for his mysterious frog-boy friend from his time in the mental institution, a half-man, half-amphibious creature. What Frank learns is that he was the frog-boy. (Season 10 episode Psycho Pete Returns)
    • Emmet Meridian PhD
        • Therapist Dexter suspects is killing his powerful female patients and making it look like suicide. (Season 1 episode Shrink Wrap)
    • George Ferragamo
        • Presidential candidate Senator David Palmer's son's therapist, to whom Keith admitted that the death of the man that raped his sister was not suicide. (Season 1 episode 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM)
    • Harper Stanhope
        • The Others' therapist, and Goodwin. (Season 4 episode The Other Woman)
    • Heidi Bivens
        • Beverly Hills therapist played by Janeane garofalo in DVD bonus feature.
    • Marital Stress Hotline
        • Therapist service Homer calls - and reaches Ned Flanders. KL5-1680 (Season 5 The Last Temptation of Homer)
    • The Marvin Monroe Take Home Personality Test
        • Intimate psychological profile that Homer is required to complete after wearing a pink shirt to work. 20 simple questions that will determine just how crazy or "meshuggener" someone is. (Season 3 episode Stark Raving Dad)
    • Mr. Fairweather
        • Episode Second Opinion - CPS electronic cognitive therapist that appears when Kiera threatens to kill Agent Gardiner and takes her CMR offline. Full psychological health in an hour or less. Alex calls him "Dr. Feelweird".
    • Nils Vidervaan, Professional Interventiomalist
        • Trained interventionist and Michael Jackson impersonator from Season 6 episode 10. Returns as a professional rehabilitationist in Season 7 episode 12.
    • Professor Ian Duncan
        • John Oliver's character is Britta's therapist. Britta: Guess you really get what you pay for in free therapy.
    • Quack in the Box
        • Psychiatrist on Psychiatry Row in Springfield, parody of Jack in the Box. (Season 17 episode The Girl Who Slept Too Little)
    • Sandy Ramos
        • Psychologist mentioned on the TV news station talking about the Bay Harbor Butcher. (Season 2 episode See-Through)
    • Sandy Sloan
        • Grief counselor the church over in Jonesboro that is brought to middle school after Will's body is found. (Season 1 episode the church over in Jonesboro)
    • Sit 'n' Weep
        • Homer and Marge consult a child psychiatrist at Sit 'n' Weep on Psychiatry Row. (Season 17 episode The Girl Who Slept Too Little)
    • Springfield Psychiatric Center
        • Where Marge sees a psychiatrist for her fear of flying. "Because there may not be bugs on you" (Season 6 episode Fear of Flying)
    • Tobias Fünke, M.D.
        • Tobias is an analyst and a therapist, so he refers to himself as the world's first "analrapist" (Season 3). Following his release from prison, he changes it to "theralyst"
    • Walt Saperstein
        • Psychiatrist at Feeney Memorial, a hospital in Seattle, Washington. (Season 4 episode The Marked)

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