Credited for bringing the topic to the national consciousness by The New York Times, Patti Wood has been researching, writing and speaking on Body Language since 1982. She consults with law enforcement and corporations on the topic. Time Magazine recognized her nonverbal communication course at FSU as one of the top college courses in the country. She was even called, "The Gold Standard of Body Language Experts" by The Washington Post.
She is interviewed an average of twice a week by media around the world including CNN, ABC, Good Morning America, PBS, FOX News Network, Entertainment Tonight, History Channel, Discovery Channel, Regis and Kelly, CBS, Nancy Grace, In Session, Forbes, Dr. Drew, True Crimes, E, The Wall Street Journal, Reuters, UPI, Bloomberg Business Week, Forbes, Entertainment Weekly, USA Today, Sports Illustrated, Huffington Post, The Week, Men's Health, Details, SPIN, Elle, People, ESPN, and is quoted in; US Weekly, The New York Post, The London Times, The Los Angeles Times, AOL.com, Oprah Magazine, Life and Style, Glamour, Esquire, Cosmopolitan, The Toronto Sun, Psychology Today, Ladies Home Journal, Fortune, and more as a body language expert.
Her broad knowledge and research on nonverbal communication led to her positions as the national spokesperson for Wrigley's Spearmint gum, Benadryl, Vaseline Intensive Care Lotion the Natural Dentist and Pup-Peroni.