She has co-authored Be Loved for Who You Really Are (St. Martin's Press 2003) which followed The New Intimacy (Health Communications, Inc.1997) and
Opening to Love 365 Days a Year (Health Communications, Inc. 2000). The Smart Couple's Guide to the Wedding of Your Dreams (New World Library) will be out November 2005. It is the first book written specifically for the wedding couple.
A clinical psychologist, Judith worked in private practice in California
for twenty-two years. As a guest expert she has appeared on over 900
television and talk-radio shows including The View, CNN, The O'Reilly Factor, 48 Hours, Mars & Venus, Canada AM, and MSNBC. She has been interviewed for and published by hundreds of newspapers and magazines including the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Chicago Tribune, O, Family Circle, Redbook, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Playboy, Woman's Day, and Parents' Magazine and is a columnist for Today's Black Woman magazine and the National Association for Baby Boomer Women.
Prior to her current career, Judith was an actress and model in New York
and Los Angeles. Now as a relationship trainer and motivational speaker,
Judith has been working with live audiences for the last 17 years nationally and
internationally and understands what men and women are looking for to improve
their relationship satisfaction and success.
More than her extensive professional background, Judith brings profound
personal experience and knowledge to her work. She didn't marry until she was
44, to Jim, and so she knows the frustration and heartache of endless dating as
well as the blessings of a continually enriching marriage. She brings hope
for almost every woman!
- News Flash: It’s Time to Learn to Accept Compliments and Receive Praise ~ This WON’T Make You “Big-Headed” (Promise!) No Matter Whether You’re Making Personal or Work-Related Resolutions, Judith Scherven, Ph.D., Says the Big Question Remains the Same: “What’s Your 2015 BHAG?” Are You Guilty of Taking Your Excellence For Granted? What Inspires Me: Understanding The Anxiety-Depression Swing As It Does Every Year, The Year-End Holiday Season Offers Us An Opportunity to Recognize, and Celebrate The Magic Of Our Cultural and Religious Differences. Why Not Relish It? Looking for Something to Do Together? How About Taking Ballroom Dance Lessons! (No Worries About “So You Think You Can Dance?” The Answer Is: “Yes, You Can!”) Be Sure to Laugh & Play 12 Secrets To Great Romance For The Rest Of Your Life Can You Be Loved for Being Different? Conflicts Can Be… Romantic? A Simple Prayer Perfecting Your Genius… Loved For Who You Really Are The Dangerous Price of Preferring Fantasy Conscious Curiosity is Key to Dating Success Conflicts can be Romantic? It\’s All About Connection . . . OR NOT! Engagement Tips for the Smart Bride and Groom Workin\’ it Out — Together The Alchemy of Real Romance