List of famous female clinical psychologists, listed by their level of prominence with photos when available. This greatest female clinical psychologists list contains the most prominent and top females known for being clinical psychologists. There are thousand of females working as clinical psychologists in the world, but this list highlights only the most notable ones. Historic clinical psychologists have worked hard to become the best that they can be, so if you're a female aspiring to be a clinical psychologist then the people below should give you inspiration.
List people include Madeline Levine, Tanya Byron and many additional people as well.While this isn't a list of all female clinical psychologists, it does answer the questions "Who are the most famous female clinical psychologists?" and "Who are the best female clinical psychologists?"
Pamela Helen Stephenson, Lady Connolly (born 4 December 1949), is a New Zealand-born psychologist, writer, and performer who is now a resident in both the United Kingdom and the United States. She is best known for her work as an actress and comedian during the 1980s. She has written several books, which include a biography of her husband Sir Billy Connolly, and presented a psychology-based interview show called Shrink Rap on British and Australian television. ...more on Wikipedia
Birthplace: New Zealand, Auckland
Tanya Byron (born 6 April 1967) is a British psychologist, writer, and media personality, best known for her work as a child therapist on television shows Little Angels and The House of Tiny Tearaways. She also co-created the BBC Two sitcom The Life and Times of Vivienne Vyle with Jennifer Saunders, and still contributes articles to various newspapers. In 2008, she became Professor of the Public Understanding of Science at Edge Hill University and is the first and current Chancellor of the same institution. ...more on Wikipedia
Birthplace: United Kingdom
Madeline Levine is a practicing psychologist in Marin County, California. She is the author of four books: Viewing Violence published in 1996, See No Evil: A Guide to Protecting Our Children from Media Violence published in 1998, The Price of Privilege: how parental pressure and material advantage are creating a generation of disconnected and unhappy kids published in 2006, and "Teach your Children Well" published in 2012. The first two books represent an analysis of the negative effects of media violence on child development. Her third book The Price of Privilege is a study of the psychological ailments plaguing teens from affluent families. The Price of Privilege is based not only on ...more on Wikipedia