Chris Ulrich is frequently called upon by the media to speak about his expertise in body language and presentation skills.
By Caitlin Doornbos
September 28, 2023
WASHINGTON — A lot was said on the Republican presidential debate stage Wednesday night — but even more can be gleaned from what wasn’t, DC-based body language expert Chris Ulrich exclusively told The Post.
July 26, 2022
June 16, 2021
By Thomas Floyd
Feb. 8, 2021
Back when Chris Ulrich was working as a domestic policy adviser for Vice President Al Gore, his Connecticut Avenue commute took him on a daily stroll past the DC Improv . Often, the Robin Williams-obsessed comedy junkie would pause and consider signing up for an improv class before burying that impulse. “I was afraid,” he says.
By Leah Walsh
Chris is a body language expert, political consultant, improvisational actor, and personal coach. He is the founder of CU in the Moment, a company with a multi-disciplined approach to educating clients about how to use body language, executive presence and effective communication skills to bring out the best in themselves both professionally and personally and to inspire the best in others.
September 30, 2020
Chris Ulrich, a behavioral body language expert based in Washington, D.C., said Trump’s gestures showed he was “on the attack today,” while Biden’s body language remained opened, portraying an overall calm demeanor.
“There were moments where Trump got to him, which for Biden undermines his approach as a statesman,” Ulrich said.
March 14, 2019
July 14, 2017
Most observers are ready to project their own emotions about Mr. Trump’s presidency onto each episode of botched social protocol, but Jacqueline Whitmore, an author and etiquette instructor, and Chris Ulrich, who teaches body language and presentation skills at the Body Language Institute, analyze interactions like these for a living.
“The bottom line,” Mr. Ulrich said, “is that in every one of these, Trump takes up real estate in other world leaders’ heads.”
Chris Ulrich discusses the body language of the first presidential debate on Good Morning America (September 27, 2016).
Skip to 1:55 to see Chris in action…
Chris Ulrich discusses the body language of the first presidential debate with Dr. Nita Vallens on the “Inner Vision Tuesdays w/Nita” podcast (September 27, 2016).
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Chris Ulrich discusses the body language of the first presidential debate on WXTV TV News Univision (September 26, 2016).
Skip to 1:40 to see Chris in action…
Kelly Ripa’s body language on ‘Live!’ revealed she’s not mad at Michael Strahan
April 26, 2016 – By Jeanette Settembre
Kelly Ripa said plenty – without even opening her mouth. The “Live!” veteran returned from a four-day hiatus for her first televised appearance since being blindsided by news that her co-host Michael Strahan was leaving for “Good Morning America. Ripa may have logged time on a soap opera, but her good will towards Strahan wasn’t an act, says a body language expert who’s trained to read between the lines. “If there was hostility, we would see it. If anything, there was a bit of emotional and nervous energy between the two,” Chris Ulrich, an instructor at the Body Language Institute, told the Daily News… [click here to read more]
8 Ways to Seduce a Guy With Your Body Language
April 24, 2015 – By Zahra Barnes
Forget conversation, pickup lines, and great texting skills: Body language is the unsung hero of the dating game. “Body language isn’t as much about the reality of what you’re doing, it’s about the perceived value of your actions,” says Chris Ulrich, senior instructor at the Body Language Institute. Basically, it doesn’t matter how into someone you are if you’re giving off the wrong signals. He just won’t get it… [click here to read more]