Braiker, Harriet B.
BRAIKER, Harriet B.
BRAIKER, Harriet B. American, b. 1948. Genres: Psychology. Career: California State licensed psychologist, 1980-. Windward School, Santa Monica, CA, teacher of psychology, 1972-73; San Fernando Valley Child Guidance Center, San Fernando Valley, CA, clinical intern, 1972-74; Rand Corporation, associate social scientist, 1974-81; University of California, Los Angeles, instructor in department of human development, 1979-; clinical psychologist in private practice, Los Angeles; Praxis Training Group, Inc., director, 1985-93; worked as clinical supervisor of psychological assistants, 1986-; Lexicon Communications, senior vice president, 1987-. National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, and United States Air Force alcohol and drug treatment programs, treatment evaluator, 1974-80; University of California, Los Angeles, visiting lecturer in psychology, 1982; public speaker, 1984-; consultant; guest on local and national radio and television shows. Publications: (with D. Armor and M. Polich) Alcoholism and Treatment Interscience, 1978; (with Armor and Polich) The Course of Alcoholism: Four Years after Treatment Interscience, 1980; (with M. Peterson) Who Commits Crime?, 1981; The Type E Woman: How to Overcome the Stress of Being Everything to Everybody, 1986; Getting up When You're Feeling Down: A Woman's Guide to Overcoming and Preventing Depression, 1988; Lethal Lovers and Poisonous People: How to Protect Your Health from Relationships That Make You Sick, 1992; Disease to Please, 2001; September 11 Syndrome, 2002; Who's Pulling Your Strings, 2004. Contributor to books and periodicals. Died 2004.