Dr. Lebow is Clinical Professor of Psychology at Northwestern University as well as Senior Scholar and Senior Therapist at The Family Institute at Northwestern University. He is editor-in-chief of the journal Family Process and the Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy (with Chambers and Breunlin 2018). He maintains an active psychotherapy practice, treating individuals, couples, and families. Dr. Lebow made seminal contributions to the field, particularly in the areas of psychotherapy integration, the common factors, and bridging research and practice. He may be best known, however, as a preeminent articulator of the fields of couple and family therapy on the same level of sophistication as Lynn Hoffman.
Other Professional Involvement/Leadership Positions
Dr. Lebow is the editor of the journal Family Process, the editor of the Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy and the author or editor of 13 professional books. He is also the former president of the Academy of Couple and Family Psychology and former board member of three entities — the American Family Therapy Academy, the American Board of Family Psychology and the Illinois Marriage and Family Therapist Association.
12 authored and edited books and 175 journal articles and book chapters including:
The articles and book chapters include major summaries about research and practice in couple and family therapy, integrative therapy, couple therapy, family therapy, divorce therapy, and the interface of research and practice.
Family Psychologist of the Year from the Society for Couple and Family Psychology
Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Family Therapy Academy