Dating expert tv show
If a celebrity, sports or reality TV star has personal or professional concerns, or is simply behaving in an uncharacteristic or newsworthy way, Jo can provide immediate, expert and informed psychological comment, body language analysis and advice – whether for PR companies, magazines, the national press, radio or TV production companies, news and shows.
Thus begins sociology doctoral student Jessica Carbino’s weekly UCLA Radio show, an hour's worth of such fascinating features as body language and dating and having sex with exes, a Hollywood report on celebrity relationships and interviews with a skilled matchmaker and an expert on domestic violence.“I love talking about dating and relationships,” said Carbino, whose passion for public forums on the subject of romance stems from the fact that love relationships are a central concern for almost all of us.
Her findings, she said, bring the factor of attractiveness into the realm of “assortative mating” — choosing a mate who is similar in factors like education, religion, race and income.She was voted Dating Expert of the Year at the UK Dating Awards in 2016.With degrees from the Universities of Warwick and London, Jo is the UK’s best known and respected Celebrity Psychologist and was the UK’s first Dating Coach.Adam has been providing cutting-edge, well-researched, and well-articulated dating tips and advice to publications, reporters, bloggers, and anchors all across the world for over four years now.He has been featured on a national reality TV show as a dating coach (will be announced soon) and has been featured on or quoted in CNN, New York Magazine, Cosmo, Glamour, The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald, and many more as a reliable and well-informed resource.
According to an October 2013 report by the Pew Research Center’s Internet Project, 38 percent of Americans who are currently single and actively looking for a partner have used online dating sites or mobile apps.