Alexandra H. Solomon, PhD, is an assistant clinical professor in the department of psychology and a licensed clinical psychologist at The Family Institute at Northwestern University. In addition to her clinical work with couples and individuals, Solomon teaches graduate and undergraduate students. She teaches Northwestern's internationally renowned course "Building Loving and Lasting Relationships: Marriage 101," which combines traditional and experiential learning to teach students about key relational issues like mate selection, intimacy, conflict, acceptance, and forgiveness. Solomon's work has been widely cited, and her articles on love and marriage have appeared in The Handbook of Clinical Psychology, Family Process, and other top publications in psychology. Her work also appears in Yahoo! Health and The Huffington Post, and she is a frequent interviewee and contributor for WBEZ, Oprah Winfrey Network, WGN Morning News, The Atlantic, CBS Early Show, and NPR. Solomon lives in Highland Park, IL, with her husband, Todd, and their two children, Brian and Courtney.
A godsend to anyone searching for, but struggling to find, true love in their lives * Kristin Neff, PhD, author of 'Self-Compassion' *