Ruthellen Josselson, PhD is a clinical psychology Faculty member at The Fielding Graduate University where she teaches developmental, personality and group psychology from a psychodynamic perspective as well as the theory and practice of narrative research. Her research focuses on women’s identity and on human relationships. She is the author of Playing Pygmalion: How People Create One Another; Revising Herself: The Story of Women's Identity from College to Midlife and The Space Between Us: Exploring the Dimensions of Human Relationships. She was, for many years, Co-editor of the Annual, The Narrative Study of Lives. Recipient of the Henry A. Murray Award from the American Psychological Association and a Fulbright Fellowship, she is also a practicing psychotherapist and holds a diplomate in Group Psychotherapy. She lectures and conducts workshops both nationally and internationally. She was formerly a Professor at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Harvard University.