Dr. Eileen Borris

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Licensed Psychologist, Keynote Speaker, Best Selling Author, and Leader in Global Conflict Resolution, Multi-Track Diplomacy, and Forgiveness

INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED AS THE WORLD’S LEADING EXPERT ON FORGIVENESS, RELATIONSHIP BUILDING, TRAUMA RECOVERY, PEACE BUILDING, AND RECONCILIATION.

For over three decades, Dr. Eileen Borris has stood on the front lines of forgiveness from the personal to the political. A renowned psychologist and consultant, Dr. Borris rebuilds countries by ending the cycles of abuse and revenge from centuries past. She leads the charge by training high profile individuals and groups including diplomats, peacekeepers, and humanitarian organizations.

Private Practice

At home she uses these same skills in her private practice as a clinical psychologist to help individuals with marital and relationship difficulties, individual therapy, forgiveness therapy, 1 on 1 coaching, leadership coaching, and forgiveness coaching. In office or Skype/Facetime consultations are available.

Keynote Speaker | Workshops | Facilitator | Author

Dr. Borris has been invited to create and instruct peace-building programs in more than fifteen of the most unstable and war-torn countries. She has taught at the most prestigious universities in the world, including Thunderbird School of Global Management, where she works today, delivered multiple addresses to the United Nations, and has written two highly acclaimed books on the topic of forgiveness.
She is currently a member of the Board of Directors and Past-President of Forgiveness International. Dr. Borris has served as Director of Training and Program Development at the Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy (IMTD). Dr. Borris was recently given the “Distinguished Contribution to the Practice of Psychology” award for work done in the field of psychology by the Arizona Psychological Association, and has been elected to various professional committees and made over 30 radio and television appearances. A native New Yorker, she received both her Masters degree (1972) and her doctorate in psychology (1985) from Columbia University.

Complete Bio – Curriculum Vitae