Alexandra Solomon, PhD, author of Loving Bravely: 20 Lessons of Self-Discovery to Help You Get the Love You Want, is a couples therapist, teacher, retreat leader, and a passionate believer in the life-changing power of love. A clinical assistant professor with the department of psychology at Northwestern University, she works with a wide variety of people, including couples, clinicians, college students, corporate leaders, and members of the military. She teaches the most popular course at Northwestern University—Building Loving and Lasting Relationships: Marriage 101, and trains graduate students at NU to do couples therapy.
She is a blogger for Psychology Today and is frequently asked to consult with the media on topics related to love, sex, and marriage. She has been featured in O magazine, the Atlantic, Huffington Post, Scientific American, and other magazines, as well as appearing on The Today Show, Oprah Winfrey Network, CBS Early Show, NPR, and other media outlets.
What Others Say About Alexandra Solomon
“I have observed many, many speakers and workshop leaders over the years at my organization, Omega Institute. I’m always on the lookout for presenters who combine useful knowledge and powerful communication skills with wit, warmth, authenticity, and humility. A tall order! It’s always a thrill when I meet someone who has all the ingredients of a great teacher. Alexandra Solomon is one of them.”—Elizabeth Lesser, cofounder of Omega