Neil Rosenthal is a licensed marriage and family therapist in Denver/Boulder, Colorado, specializing in how people strengthen their intimate relationships. He is a nationally and internationally syndicated newspaper columnist. His column “Relationships” appears every week in The Denver Post, the Vail Daily, the Wellington (New Zealand) Dominion-Post, The Resident in Connecticut, the Daily Times-Call in Longmont, Colorado, as well as a variety of other newspapers around the world. The “Relationships” column is in it’s 24th year, having run in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, the Oregonian in Portland, the San Diego Union Tribune, the San Jose Mercury News, the London (Ontario) Free Press and a large variety of other newspapers in the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
Recently, Neil released his first book, Love, Sex and Staying Warm: Keeping the Flame Alive published by Flagstaff Mountain Press. Learn more about the #1 best seller here.
Regularly interviewed by the media, Rosenthal has appeared as an expert on ABC, NBC, Fox TV and Radio New Zealand. He has been listed in The Directory of Distinguished Americans, Who’s Who, Men of Achievement, Personalities of the Americas, and Who’s Who of Emerging Leaders in America. Neil Rosenthal taught at the University of Colorado in Boulder for 13 years, and has been a three-time president of the Colorado Association for Humanistic Psychology. He founded the Denver Free University in 1969, which became the largest adult education institution in the United States during the 1970’s and 80’s. He was student body president at The University of Denver from 1969-1970. Neil is a former elementary school teacher, and lives in the mountains outside Boulder.