George K. Simon

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George K. Simon
Born (1948-02-01) February 1, 1948 (age 75)
Laie, Hawaii, United states
EducationPhD Psychology
GenreSelf help

George K. Simon (born February 1, 1948) is the American self-help author of In Sheep's Clothing: Understanding and Dealing with Manipulative People, a 1996 book about psychological manipulation.[1]

Simon has written about character impairment in two additional books and was an active blogger.[2]

  • Simon, George K. (2011). Character Disturbance. Parkhurst Brothers ISBN 9781935166337

Simon received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Texas Tech University and is a Board Certified Diplomate in Forensic and Clinical Psychology (ACFEI). Simon served for several years on the Arkansas Governor’s Commission on Domestic Abuse, Rape and Violence, is a past President of the Arkansas Psychological Association.[3]

In 1996-1997 Simon appeared on national television in the US (The O'Reilly Report)[4] and on CBS' 48 Hours, The Dog Trainer, the Heiress and the Bodyguard[5] and on local news features in Birmingham (Metro Monitor), Dallas (Good Morning Texas), Little Rock (Morning Show, Evening News)[6] and Memphis (AM Focus).

In 2020, Simon was interviewed by Dennis Relojo-Howell on the topic of psychological manipulation.[7]


  1. ^ Lisa Armstrong (2007-09-16). "Dealing with difficult people". Arkansas Democratic Gazette Newspaper. Retrieved 18 June 2012.
  2. ^ Parkhurst Brothers (publisher).[dead link]
  3. ^ Simon, George. "About us". Dr. George Simon. George Simon. Retrieved 23 January 2019.
  4. ^ George Simon interview on O'Reilly Report on YouTube. Retrieved on 2008-07-15
  5. ^ CBS news 48 Hours Mystery program, The Dog Trainer, the Heiress and the Bodyguard on YouTube. Retrieved on 15 July 2018
  6. ^ George Simon interview | Evening News | Video. Retrieved on 2012-06-07.
  7. ^ Relojo-Howell, Dennis (22 April 2020). "Dr George Simon: Psychological Manipulation". YouTube. Retrieved 29 April 2020.

External links[edit]

Interview of George Simon PhD on The O'Reilly Factor (1997)