Mary Pipher, Ph.D
Dr. Mary Pipher is a clinical psychologist and an adjunct clinical professor at the University of Nebraska. She received her BA in Cultural Anthropology at University of California at Berkeley and her PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Nebraska. Dr. Pipher's work combines her training in the fields of psychology and anthropology. Her special area of interest is how American culture affects mental health. She is the author of Reviving Ophelia: Saving the Selves of Adolescent Girls, an insightful work about the formation of self-esteem in adolescent girls. Dr. Pipher has also written The Middle of Everywhere: Helping Refugees Enter the American Community, The Shelter of Each Other: Rebuilding Our Families, Another Country, Hunger Pains: The Modern Woman's Tragic Quest for Thinness and Eating Disorders. Three of her books have been on the New York Times best sellers list. Dr. Pipher travels all over the world sharing her ideas with community groups, schools and health care professionals. Her most recent book is Seeking Peace: Chronicles of the Worst Buddhist in the World
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