A mother whose infant child was allegedly murdered by her former lover has spoken out about her harrowing story to television host Dr Phil.
Roxanne Lewis-Randall had been in a secret relationship with a married dentist, 35-year-old Bert Franklin for about a year.
They also generally include recorded interview segments with the guests. If there are multiple guests, or groups of guests, Dr. He continues the process until the end of the show, when he walks offstage with his wife Robin as the theme song plays. Phil occasionally takes on a long term project that plays out over a whole season, and sometimes beyond. Phil Family" and selects topics for a series of shows that relate to the family and its dynamics.
When Roxanne realized her son was unresponsive she took him to Mercy Hospital, where he was diagnosed with skull fractures.Surveillance video was later released which gives a clue to the horrific last moments of baby Lincoln's life. PHIL platform to make psychology accessible and understandable to the general public by addressing important personal and social issues.With a strong commitment to research, and the assistance of leading scholars and behavioral scientists, Dr. in clinical psychology from the University of North Texas, which was followed by a year of post-doctoral training in Forensic Psychology at The Wilmington Institute. Mc Graw was a licensed psychologist in the State of Texas and practiced clinical psychology where he developed a multimodal treatment protocol for chronic pain patients.In 1968, he was awarded a football scholarship to the University of Tulsa, where he played middle linebacker under Coach Glenn Dobbs. Mc Graw admits that some of the material from Life Strategies, his first best-seller, is taken directly from the Pathways seminar.
On November 23 of that year, Mc Graw's team lost to the University of Houston 100–6, which is one of the most lopsided games in college football history. However, he has never mentioned Box or her contributions to his success in any of his books or TV shows.Because of his broad education, training and experience in the field of psychology, and his unique ability to effectively communicate in common sense language, Dr. Mc Graw is a frequent supporter of many charitable organizations, including the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) program. Mc Graw and his wife Robin, have devoted countless hours promoting their recruitment project that generated an increase of 0 million of volunteer services in just one year. Mc Graw is frequently called upon for his expert opinion on current events by major national and international news outlets including “Today,” “Good Morning America,” “CBS This Morning” and “Anderson Cooper 360.” In 2003, Dr. Phil Foundation, a nonprofit charitable organization, funding many worthy projects benefitting disadvantaged children and families. Additionally, he frequently supports disaster relief and was quick to volunteer his services in post-Katrina New Orleans and in earthquake-ravaged Haiti. Phil Foundation is another tool in Mc Graw’s arsenal to fight problems that cripple our society in subtle but undeniable ways. Phil, is an American television personality, author, psychologist, and the host of the television show Dr. Mc Graw first gained celebrity status with appearances on The Oprah Winfrey Show in the late 1990s.in the oilfields of North Texas where his father was an equipment supplier.During Mc Graw's childhood, his family moved so his father could pursue a lifelong goal of becoming a psychologist. degree in clinical psychology in 1979 at the University of North Texas, In 1983, Mc Graw and his father joined Thelma Box, a successful Texas businesswoman, in presenting "Pathways" seminars, "experience-based training which allows individuals to achieve and create their own results." Critics claim that many of the "phrases and the terminology and the quaint sayings" used by Mc Graw on the Oprah and Dr.