100 most powerful women in Britain: Business, Academia and Politics.Wednesday, 04 May 2011 06:08
Dorothy Rowe appears in the 'list of 100 most powerful women in Britain: Business, Academia and Politics', published by the Daily Telegraph on 3rd December 2010.
From the towering figures of business and politics to academia and science, we reveal the women who wield the most influence – visibly or invisibly – over our lives today.
Here is Dorothy's entry, you can see the full text of the article here or at http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/8135038/100-most-powerful-women-in-Britain-Business-Academia-and-Politics.html
Dorothy Rowe, 79
The thinking person's self-help guru, Rowe, an Australian, established one of the earliest NHS departments of clinical psychology. Her 16 books, covering topics such as depression, siblings, money, faith and lying, have helped to popularise the study of psychology. Her mantra for the modern woman, whom she believes demands too much of herself is, 'If a job's worth doing, it's worth doing badly.'