Dr. Lisa Aiken
Lisa Aiken was born in Baltimore, Maryland. She received her B.A. summa cum laude with special honors in psychology from Towson State College. She received her M.A. and Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Loyola University of Chicago. She was the Chief Psychologist at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City from l982-89. During that time, she was a clinical assistant professor at New York Medical College and St. John's University, and a clinical associate professor at Long Island University. She had a private psychotherapy practice in New York City with individuals and couples from l982-2002.
Dr. Aiken is listed in thirteen Who's Who books, and has appeared on television and radio. She is a speaker with an international reputation, and has lectured for diverse groups in more than 200 cities worldwide.
Dr. Aiken has authored/co-authored the following books:
To Be A Jewish Woman
Beyond Bashert: A Guide To Dating and Marriage Enrichment
Guide for the Romantically Perplexed
What Your Unborn Baby Wants You to Know
The Art of Jewish Prayer
The Hidden Beauty of the Shema
Why Me, God? A Jewish Guide to Coping with Suffering
Genesis-The Untold Story
The Baal Teshuva Survival Guide
The Family Guide to Touring Israel
She has also written chapters in Jewish Matters , Jewish Women Speak about Jewish Matters , and Rabbinic Counseling .
Dr. Aiken lives in Jerusalem, where she is a clinical psychologist, author, public speaker, lecturer at Midreshet Tzvia, and licensed Israeli tour guide.
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