Kenneth Paul Rosenberg, MD


Kenneth Paul Rosenberg, Psychiatrist


Of Dr. Rosenberg's many roles, none is more important than being a psychiatrist. His specialty is addiction medicine at Upper East Health.

Kenneth Paul Rosenberg, Speaker and Author

Speaker & Author

Recognized on topics related to addiction, infidelity, sexual compulsivity disorder and mental health activism, Dr. Rosenberg has been featured on NBC and CNN

Kenneth Paul Rosenberg, Filmmaker


Dr. Rosenberg is a Peabody Award-winning producer and director with six films for HBO and three films for PBS on mental health issues.



Here are some clips from films I’ve had the privilege producing and directing. Watch more at Upper East Films.


Drinking Apart

Drinking Apart is a film about families living with substance abuse, aired on HBO.


Through Madness

Through Madness profiles people living with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, aired on PBS.



Back from Madness

Back from Madness is a film about recovering from serious mental illness, aired on HBO.


Why Am I gay?
Stories of Coming Out In America

Stories of Coming Out In America profiles the LGBTQ community in the 1990s, aired on HBO.


what the latest science tells us about the brain's rewards systems, love, and sex — and how to prevent and recover from an affair.

Infidelity: Why Men and Women Cheat


Infidelity is a guide for men and women to overcome their barriers to love and commitment and discover their true sexual and romantic potential.


Available everywhere




Advance Praise for Infidelity

Dr. Helen Fisher, The Kinsey Institute

Finally, a brilliant treatise by a leading MD psychiatrist on the Lucifer of relationships: infidelity. Dr. Rosenberg uses the newest data from neuroscience and sex and addiction research to tell us who, when, why, and where people cheat, then gives us some clear-headed and sophisticated advice on how to survive, indeed even thrive, after the affair. It’s an essential read.


Peter D. Kramer

A timely, intimate, authoritative, and always fascinating look at a vexing problem: why people cheat on partners they love.

—Peter D. Kramer, author of Ordinarily Well, Should You Leave?, and Listening to Prozac

Dr. Patrick Carnes

Filled with commonsense tips for those caught in the tangled webs we weave with betrayal. As a working psychiatrist with specialties in addiction and sexuality, Dr. Rosenberg combines the best of current science on the brain, human intimacy, and mental health issues.


Dr. Alexandra Katehakis

Straightforward, sex-positive, and comprehensive. Dr. Rosenberg's guide for couples confronting infidelity can help them restore their relationship and sex life.

—Dr. Alexandra Katehakis, author of Mirror of Intimacy: Daily Meditations On Emotional and Erotic Intelligence

What's your personal risk of cheating and having an affair? Take this infidelity quiz to find out.