Frequently Asked Questions


How can I make reservations to attend a taping of Dr. Phil?

Audience reservations for Dr. Phil are available almost exclusively by phone. Demand far exceeds supply, so it may take up to a week for a representative from our audience department to call you back.

24-Hour Reservation Line: 323.461.PHIL (7445)

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I have a great suggestion for a show topic. How can I submit it?

We would love to hear your suggestions and encourage you to Share Your Story or Ask Dr. Phil a question. Show producers and staff read all the e-mails submitted because what you tell us guides the television show topics and content on the Web. Due to the volume of e-mails we receive, we are not able to respond personally to all the letters. You should know that if you send us your suggestions, those will be considered Submissions under the Terms of Use for this site, and we will have the right to use the material you submit on the show or on the Web. We appreciate all suggestions and ideas, but do not pay for any.


I have a problem and want Dr. Phil's help.

The only way to get a face-to-face meeting with Dr. Phil is to Be On The Show. You can also Ask Dr.Phil a question via e-mail. Due to the volume of requests, we cannot make any guarantees.

If you are in a life-threatening situation:

Please contact the appropriate authorities or crisis intervention service providers in your local area for immediate assistance.

We encourage you to reach out for help, and hope that this matter is resolved in a manner that is best for all parties involved.

A list of crisis help lines and service providers can be found in your phone book, or contact any of the organizations listed below.

  • National Suicide Hotline 800-273-TALK (800-273-8255)
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline 800-799-SAFE (800-799-7233)
  • National Child Abuse Hotline 800-4-A-CHILD (800-422-4453)

If you need help finding mental health services and support in your community contact:

  • National Mental Health Association Information Center:

What is the mailing address for Dr. Phil?

Dr. Phil Show
325 N Larchmont Blvd, Suite 602
Los Angeles, CA 90004

Due to the volume of mail received, letters, photographs, legal documents, medical materials, manuscripts and other personal items cannot be returned. Please consider this when sending original items.

Materials other than letters are not usually reviewed. You may choose to spare the expense and effort of sending further documentation unless requested by our producers.

Money and checks should not be sent to the Larchmont Blvd. address.

Nearly every guest on the show starts with a letter or e-mail to us, and we look forward to your thoughts, comments, concerns and stories.


Who supplies Dr. Phil's wardrobe?

Dr. Phil's wardrobe is supplied exclusively by high-end Italian designer Mabro. Superior quality and use of the newest fabrics and styles is what distinguishes Mabro from other designers. Although Dr. Phil's suits are imported from Italy, you can find the Mabro label right here in the United States. Click here for a list of retail outlets.