|Name Colette Dowling||Role Writer|
|Books The Frailty Myth, You mean I don't have to feel thi, The Myth of the Money Tree, Red Hot Mamas: Coming I, Maxing out|
Colette Dowling (c. 1938) is an American writer best known for her 1981 book The Cinderella Complex: Women's Hidden Fear of Independence, which was a New York Times best-seller. She has a psychotherapy practice in New York.
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Colette Dowling was raised in Baltimore and got a BA from Trinity College in Washington, D.C., 1958. Dowling has published eight books, including The Cinderella Complex, an international best-seller translated into 23 languages. She has written essays and articles for The New York Times Magazine, New York, Harpers and Esquire.
In 2004 Dowling graduated with a master's degree in clinical social work from The Smith College School for Social Work. Following that she entered training in psychoanalysis at the Institute or Contemporary Psychotherapy, in New York, receiving her certificate in psychoanalysis in 2009. She works as a psychotherapist in private practice in Manhattan, and continues to write. Her office is in Flatiron.