Lauren Howard, LCSW, is a Clinical Social Worker with a private psychotherapy practice in New York City. She has served as a featured guest and professional expert on numerous television appearances, both nationally and locally and has been quoted in a variety of print publications. Ms. Howard served as a Life Coach for Ortho Women's Health, speaking to college aged women about their physical and mental health concerns and was their consultant for Pill-Lo Talk, a series of guides which she wrote that help facilitate better communication. She is a regular guest on CNN Headline News' Nancy Grace show, discussing current court cases.

In addition to her private clinical practice and efforts to reach out to the larger community through the media, Ms. Howard serves on the Board of Directors of Love Heals, The Allison Gertz Foundation for AIDS Education. She completed a full tenure on the Board of The Children's Village of Dobbs Ferry and was on the Board of the WPA Theater until it's closing. She is also a member of the Photography Committee for The Whitney Museum of American Art. Ms. Howard has taught as an Adjunct Professor at the Metropolitan College of New York and is a member of AFTRA, SAG, Equity and The Dramatists Guild.