Biographical Sketch

Janice Levine, PhD, is a clinical psychologist who specializes in couples relationships and family development.  She received her undergraduate degree from Yale University and her graduate degrees from Harvard University, where she later joined the faculty in Psychology and then became Instructor in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School.  She is co-author of the books Why Do Fools Fall in Love? and Beyond the Chuppah: A Jewish Guide to Happy Marriages, and is founder of The Couples Health Program, a nationally recognized curriculum that teaches couples how to achieve greater intimacy through communication and conflict-resolution skills.   Dr. Levine lectures nationally on all aspects of couples and family development, has hosted her own Parent Education TV Series, appeared regularly as guest relationship expert on the Internet’s “Psychology Today Live” Talk Show with Dr. Robert Epstein, and is a frequent contributor to major broadcast and print media.  She is Founder and Executive Director of Partners For ACCESS, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting a medical clinic and growing a sustainable community in the Nakaseke district of Uganda. A former concert violinist, Dr. Levine has two adult children and lives with her husband of 30 years in Lexington, Massachusetts.



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