The Telegraph and WRVS names Dorothy as a powerful Golden Oldie.
Dorothy Rowe, 80, psychologist and author, had her most recent book Why do we Lie? published by Harper Collins in 2010 with a paperback edition released in 2011. Her contention that depression is triggered by life events has been highly influential; she writes regularly in the specialist and general press. From 1968 to 1986 she worked in the NHS, researching mental disorder, and this formed the basis for her first book, The Experience of Depression, now called Choosing Not Losing. Her second book The Construction of Life and Death (The Courage to Live) was published in 1982 and her third book, The Way Out of Your Prison, in 1984. She is Emeritus Associate of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.See the full article by clicking here.