Alexandra Solomon

Therapist. Author. Consultant.

Dr. Alexandra H. Solomon is passionate about intimate relationships.

As a licensed clinical psychologist at The Family Institute at Northwestern University, she treats individuals and couples with a broad range of issues and challenges related to intimacy, trauma and identity.

As an assistant clinical professor at Northwestern University, she introduces graduate students to the complex and courageous world of couple therapy. She challenges undergraduate students to grow their self-awareness so they can create healthy and loving partnerships.

As a relationship expert, she consults frequently to the media, translating cutting-edge research and clinical insights into practical and useful ideas that people can use in order to “show-up” more authentically in relationships.

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Courses

Click here to learn more about "Loving Bravely: A Relationship Readiness Course," and the undergraduate course, “Building Loving and Lasting Relationships: Marriage 101.”

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Press

Click here to find out more about Dr. Solomon’s work with the media.

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The Book

Click here to learn more about Dr. Solomon’s upcoming book, Loving Bravely: 20 Lessons of Self-Discovery to Help You Get the Love You Want (New Harbinger, 2017).

The Loving Bravely Blog
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Open Letter to Millennial Men who Love Women: Hookup Culture Sucks for You Too

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Loving Across Party Lines

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