Dr. Georgia Witkin
“One of the nation’s foremost experts on stress...” Publisher’s Weekly
Dr. Georgia Witkin
serves Mt. Sinai School of Medicine as an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, an Assistant Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences and is also Director of Psychological Services for Reproductive Medical Associates of New York.
She has authored 12 internationally-acclaimed books including The Female Stress Syndrome Survival Guide, Beyond Quick Fixes, The Truth About Women, Kidstress, Stress Relief for Disasters Great and Small
and The Modern Grandparents Handbook
On television, Dr. Witkin has been a host and news analyst for Fox News, nightly health anchor for WNBC and lifestyle reproter for CNBC- TV. She has also been a regular on WFAN Radio, MSNBC-TV and FNN, and a guest expert on more than 100 shows including "20/20," "The Oprah Winfrey Show," "The Today Show," "Good Morning America," "Live with Regis," "CBS Evening News," Court TV and CNN.
A nationally popular speaker, her articles and quotes have appeared in Time, Newsweek, USA Today, USNews and World Report, Business Week, Men’s Health, the Chicago Tribune and the Boston Globe. She has served on the Women’s Advisory Board of Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, The Mount Sinai Breast Health Resource Program and is proud to serve as an Honorary Member of the Board of City of Hope.
Georgia Witkin is married to Michael Tadross, Warner Brothers Executive Film Producer ("I Am Legend," "Hitch," "Sherlock Holmes," "The Thomas Crown Affair," "Indecent Proposal," "Devil's Advocate," 'Die Hard with a Vengence" and many others). Her daughter, Kimberly Pauley, is an attorney who served NYC's Corporation Counsel, and is creator and CEO of Shame on Jane Jewelry and lives in Westport, Connecticut, with her husband and three (adorable) sons.