Dr. Frieda

Dr. Frieda Birnbaum is a sought after research psychologist and personality on radio and television. She is the published author of Life Begins at 60 and is an award winning speaker.

Her podcast The Doctor Frieda Show: Pushing the Limits, cohosting for Korelin Reports and thriving psychological practice have kept her busy.

She has been on the Fox Radio news circuit, national TV and radio.

Dr. Frieda Birnbaum


Recent Appearances

Can An Emotional Prenup Save Your Relationship?

Marni welcomes Frieda Birnbaum, research psychologist, psychotherapist and published author, to the Life Check Yourself studio, to look into why committed relationships and marriages fall apart, and how to prevent that. While a financial prenup is the norm, what is necessary is an emotional prenup.

The benefits of 'emotional prenups' in marriages | FOX 13 Seattle

You've likely heard of financial prenups, offering protection after divorce. What about emotional prenups, meant to prevent divorce? A research psychologist claims that latter may be the key to lasting marriages.

Emotional Prenups | Dr. Frieda Birnbaum | Daily Flash

Dr. Frieda Birnbaum chats with Mitch English about Emotional Prenups.

The Patricia Raskin Show - Redefining Age

Frieda will discuss why society’s view of age is changing and how we should redefine age to keep up with the changes. As well, share how women have especially benefited from this cultural shift.

Can Emotional Prenups Save Marriages?

On this episode of Ageless, Jayna is joined again by one of her favorite guests, Dr. Frieda Birnbaum. She is a research psychologist and psychotherapist and the award-winning author of Life Begins at 60: A New View of Motherhood, Marriage, and Reinventing Ourselves and also What Price Power: An In-Depth Study of the Professional Woman in a Relationship.

What your favorite Chocolate says about your Personality and Relationship Style

No other treat gets people as emotionally invested as chocolate. Everyone has a favorite and is adamant that their favorite is the best. Dark chocolate, milk chocolate, white chocolate… It turns out that your favorite treat can actually say a lot about your personality! This romantic staple can even offer clues about your attachment style in a relationship.

Psychologist on what your favorite chocolate says about your personality

No other treat gets people quite as invested as chocolate, but there’s a connection between your personality traits and favorite type of chocolate.

Dr. Frieda Birnbaum, a research psychologist, joined New York Living on Friday to share what your favorite chocolate signals about your personality.

What Does Your Favorite Chocolate Say About You?

Research Psychologist, Dr. Frieda Birnbaum, is with us today to share what your favorite Valentine's Day treat might say about your personality. From dark chocolate to rocky road, and even something for those who do not prefer chocolate, Birnbaum tells us how it could relate to a person's love life, passion, care and happiness.

Gender Neutral Parenting

Have you come across a growing trend to raise children in a gender-neutral environment? A psychologist discusses the impact it can have on children.

Why kids shouldn't have sleepovers

Psychoanalytic therapist Dr. Frieda Birnbaum joins The DMV Zone to share details on the perspective that kids shouldn't be having sleepovers until they're older.

Inspired Conversations with Linda Joy: Redefining Age

Age isn’t what it used to be! In past generations, where people became grandparents by the age of 50. Psychologist, media and radio personality and author of LIFE BEGINS AT 60: A New View of Motherhood, Marriage, and Reinventing Ourselves, Dr. Frieda Birnbaum is living proof that age is no longer a limitation after having twins at 60!

How To Manage Stress During the Holidays

Psychologist Dr. Frieda Birnbaum shares a few tips to manage your stress during your next holiday gathering.

Redefining Age with Frieda Birnbaum

Dr. Frieda Birnbaum is no stranger to challenging the status quo and redefining the rules. The daughter of holocaust survivors, Frieda was tasked with helping her parents navigate their immigration and assimilation to a different country and new life.

Psychologist wants to change people’s perspective on aging

Psychologist Dr. Frieda Birnbaum wants people to know that age is just a number, and not a limitation on what your life can look like.

Changes in parenting over the last 30 years

Dr. Frieda Birnbaum, therapist and the oldest woman in the U.S. to have given birth to twins at 60 years old, joined Fresh Living to share her insight on how parenting has changed over the years.


Show Hosts Mitch English and Riesa Pascal fill you in on what you need to know and what's going on in the world. They're joined by Dr. Frieda Birnbaum.

From Bullying to being fearless, Cherami, Cherami

Cherami, Charami a screenwriter for motion pictures discusses her personal story of how to challenge bully's, live your dreams and be fearless.

What does age have to do with it? As discussed by Gerry Stolar

What should really define you? Do you have a passion, are you productive, are you active and making a difference? Age is just a number as we find out from Gerry Stolar.  He doesn't look at himself as 92 and doesn't act like it and says people should live their lives now.  If you want words of wisdom, an insight to what life is all about then don't miss this interview.

Helping to understand and optimize diversity into the work culture. Gena Cox PHD

Leading through social justice disruption and building inclusive organizational cultures.

PBS Richard Eisenberg

Editing, producing inside information with experience in the media.

Historical Jazz Conversations with JaRon Eames

A five-star review of conversations with leading jazz figures. JaRon Eames, his life and legend.

Transgender, racism, politics.

Luchina Fisher talks about her film Mama Gloria the award-winning documentary. An activist who started a charm school for homeless trans youth.

Discrimination Vs. Violence

We need to change the way police officers target young black men. Police officer should be tested to see whether they are racist on the job, as well as how their first instinct should not be to kill.

Ten Questions for Dr. Frieda: February 28, 2020

Dr. Frieda reacts with her rapid fire wit, Psychological insight and unrehearsed candor on a range of topics.

Dr Frieda Birnbaum on LawNewz 5 10 HQ Tai Chan Retrial

Dr. Frieda visits LawNewz again to share her view on current court cases. In this segment, she discusses the retrial of Tai Chan. The second trial of Tai Chan, the sheriff’s deputy accused of shooting and killing fellow deputy Jeremy Martin, is underway in New Mexico. Chan’s first trial ended in a mistrial after a jury couldn’t reach a unanimous verdict.

Dr. Frieda Birnbaum on LawNewz

Dr. Frieda Birnbaum on LawNewz.

Dr. Frieda i24News March 8, 2017 International Women's March

The international women's march should be about celebrating women's rights, but this year it really seemed to be utilized for political means more than for helping to advance women's rights and equality. Women are actually making more than their counterparts in the ages 18-30. Times are changing and women are making great strides. So we really need to look at what it is being said in the media right now. Seems that political machines are calling the shots and feeding into the fears of women instead of helping to show them how far they have truly come.

Home and Family 5105 Dr Frieda Birnbaum

Dr. Frieda appears on Hallmark's Home and Family show, where she discusses her new memoir "Life After 60" as well as discussing how women have opportunities they never had before at PEAK age. Women are living longer and looking younger and are no longer pin holed into old, but instead, they can fulfill their passions; they aren't getting older they are in a place to make their own decisions; who cares what anyone else things; because people have been wrong about age all along!

2016 New Year Resolutions

2016 New Year Resolutions Analysis with Psychologist Dr. Frieda Birnbaum on NBC's Today in NY. 1/3/16

Tips for Dealing With Difficult Family During the Holidays

Tips for Dealing With Difficult Family During the Holidays. Analysis with Media Psychologist Dr. Frieda Birnbaum on PIX 11 11.26.15

Dr Frieda Birnbaum, Research Psychologist on PIX 11

How to Stay Safe with On Line Dating: Analysis with Dr Frieda Birnbaum, Research Psychologist on PIX 11 3/17/15