Dr. Ellen Kenner
Clinical Psychologist
host of "The Rational Basis® of Happiness"


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Secrets Happy Couples Know About Selfishness

Sara, like many others, has bought into the code of self-sacrifice: She feels good only when she martyrs herself, but that “good” feeling is short-lived and is soon replaced by feelings of self-betrayal (her shakiness) and resentment toward the man she once adored. ...(more)

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  About Dr. Kenner  

Dr. Ellen Kenner is a licensed clinical psychologist with a private practice in Rhode Island. She received her B.A. from Brown University and her Ph.D. from The University of Rhode Island.

She is host of the syndicated radio show, The Rational Basis of Happiness ®. In 2011 this show began its 15th year and is heard on over 35 stations coast to coast, including Canada and the Virgin Islands. She has interviewed many prominent authors and has appeared as a guest on radio and television.

She takes free phone calls a few times each week. Calls are recorded for possible podcast. 877-Dr-Kenner (877-375-3663)

She and Dr. Edwin Locke are co-authors of The Selfish Path to Romance: How to Love with Passion and Reason


Over the years Dr. Kenner has given many workshops at conferences across the United States and in Canada and Bermuda. These include:

  • Courting Success in Romance
  • Skills to Minimize the “Me versus You” Barrier
  • Understanding the Process of “Self-change” and Some Effective Self-help Interventions
  • The Benevolent Universe Premise: How to capture and secure your enthusiasm and your optimism
  • Childhood…as it Should Have Been and Ought to Be
  • Psychological Self-defense: Avoiding the Sanction of the Victim Trap
  • Choosing a Romantic Partner
  • Preserving and Strengthening your Romantic Partnership
  • Bringing out the Heroic in Yourself
  • The Psychological Visibility Principle as Illustrated in the novel Atlas Shrugged
  • Romance: Bringing Love and Sex Together (With co-writer and co-presenter Dr. Edwin A. Locke)

Dr. Kenner has taught psychology courses as an adjunct instructor at The University of Rhode Island and Rhode Island College. She has extensive experience in the fields of child-parent relationships, marital relationships, family problems, healthy goal-setting, self-improvement, stress management, time management and more. She has served as expert witness for many dysfunctional family and child abuse related cases. Her specialty is exploring how to apply the rational, pro-happiness philosophy of Objectivism to mental health issues. The Providence District of the U.S. Postal Service honored her work and radio show.
           She has been married for 35 years and has two grown children. She and Dr. Edwin A. Locke published a serious guidebook on romance in early 2011.



Academic Appointment/License

Teaching Experience

Clinical Internship


Additional Clinical Training


Court Testimony: Expert Witness

Professional Associations

Radio Talk Show Host

Radio Talk Show Guest

Non Radio Media Appearances




University of Rhode Island, May 1992, Ph.D. Clinical Psychology
University of Rhode Island, May 1989, M.A. Psychology, URI
Brown University, June 1975, B.A. Biology

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Academic Appointment/License


September 1990-August 1992 Harvard Clinical Fellow in Psychology
June 30, 1994 Licensed as a Clinical Psychologist in Rhode Island

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  Teaching Experience  

University Courses

1992 Fall Semester, University of R.I., Kingston Campus
Theories of Personality
Behavior Problems and Personality Disorders
1992 Fall Semester, University of R.I.
Continuing College of Education, Providence Campus
Behavior Problems and Personality Disorders

1993 Spring Semester, University of R.I., Kingston Campus
Theories of Personality

1993 Spring Semester, University of R.I.
Continuing College of Education, Providence Campus
Towards Self Understanding (Introductory 100 level course)

1993 Fall Semester, University of R.I., Kingston Campus
Behavior Problems and Personality Disorders

1993 Fall Semester, Rhode Island College
Introduction to Psychology

Non University Courses

See seminars by Dr. Kenner

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Radio Talk Show Host


Since February 1997, host & originator of The Rational Basis of Happiness®, a syndicated weekly psychology call-in talk show
Varied format: Call-ins, special topics and interviews.

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  Other Media Appearances  
  • Invanhoe Productions "Smart Women" National TV series
  • Rhode Island ABC6 Television, various interviews for prime time news.
  • Family Circle: Giant Issue May 2008, interviewed for and mentioned in article on backsliding: “Try, Try Again” by Jenna McCarthy.
  • Family Circle January 15, 2007 interviewed for and mentioned in article on Backsliding (Summer 2007).
  • University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management: Love and Romance Radio Show broadcast with live audience (4/6/02)
  • RI Monthly’s Bride 2002 edition: Article titled: The Morning After (coping with post-wedding day blues)
  • Forbes Magazine, interviewed for article “Rich… but not spoiled: How to raise your kids in an age of wealth,”  June 12, 2000
  • Second Day Dedication of the U.S. Literary Art Series Ayn Rand postage stamp. Talk given at Brown University, April 28, 1999, Salomon Hall.
  • Cox Cable TV: Sex and sensuality after age 65. Filmed May 7th. Aired multiple times.
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  Court Testimony: Expert Witness  

Served as expert witness for many dysfunctional family and child abuse related cases.

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  Clinical Internship 9/90 - 8/92 Brockton Veterans Administration Medical Center  

Major rotations

Medical Psychology: Interviewing skills, triage decisions, comprehensive written evaluations, co-leader in 10 month Chronic Pain Group, short and long term psychotherapy with patients having both medical and psychiatric problems.
Family Psychology: Specialized training in couples and family assessment, consultation and treatment.  Co-therapist in PTSD Couples Therapy Group.  Observation Team.


Administrative Elective: Administration skills training
under Dr. Elizabeth Brown, Chief of Psychology at Brockton VA Medical Center.
Anxiety and Panic Group: Using Barlow & Craske model.
Inpatient Chronic Schizophrenic Group: Social skills group
teaching patients daily living skills and communication skills.

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Professional Associations


RIPA Legislative Internship, 1990-1991
Rhode Island Psychological Association

APA Grant: Training in organizational and political aspects of psychology.  Experience working with Executive Director, Denis Barton.  Monitored bills affecting psychology at the State House, attended several committee meetings (a Legisla­tive Committee meeting, an Ethics Committee meeting and a RIPA  board meeting). Wrote an article for RIPA on their first annual meeting.

APS: Member 2006 – present

American Psychological Association Member, 1994-98
Member of Division 24: Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology
Member of Division 2: Teaching of Psychology
Member of Division 46: Media Psychology

International Association for Cognitive Psychotherapy
Member since 1996

The National Association of Radio Talk Show Hosts
Member since 1997

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Jan/Feb 1998- current: Private practice Jefferson Blvd, Warwick

9/92-1/98 Blackstone Valley Psychological Institute

6/30/94 Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Note: Teaching Experiences are listed in a separate section.
September 1990-August 1992 (Clinical Internship - noted elsewhere)

9/89-8/90 RIGHA (R.I. Group Health Association) Staff therapist

8/88-5/89 Southeastern Massachusetts University Counseling Center  Staff Counselor/therapist
Individual therapy, academic and career counseling.
Co-leader of the following workshops:
Stress Management for RA's (Resident Assistants)
Food Preoccupation Workshop
Dating/Relationship Workshop
Motivation Lecture (Beat Academic Probation Program)

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  Additional Clinical Training  
  • November 29, 2011, Level I: Bridging the Couple Chasm (The Gottman Relationship Institute, John M. Gottman, PhD, and Julie Schwartz Gottman PhD
  • October 20, 2011, Couples Therapy Series, Helping Couples Uncover Their Sexual Potential, Tiffani Kisler, PhD, LMFT, Gretchen Blycker-Mason, LMHC, Sarah Dennewitz, LMFT
  • September 18, 2011,Bullying: 10 Key Coping Skills to Bully-Proof Your Client, Jennifer Craig, LCSW, BCD
  • September 17, 2011, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: The Top Ten Interventions, Carol Pelman, PhD
  • September 4, 2011, Working with Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Clients: Expanding Your Expertise, Carol A. Carver, PhD
  • September 4, 2011, The Clinician’s Pocket Guide to Divorce & Conflict in Families, Shannon R. Rios, MS, LMFT
  • September 4, 2011 Treating Partners of Sex Addicts, Claudia Black MSW, PhD
  • September 4, 2011 The Complete Guide to Couples Work: A Multifaceted, Integrative Approach, Linda O’Keefe, LCSW, MSW
  • August 7, 2011 Unified Protocol for Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders: The Latest evidence Based Approach in mental Health Therapy
  • May 20, 2011 Creative Tips & Techniques For Children with Emotional & Behavioral Problems Jenny Craig, LCSW, BCD
  • May 11, 2011 Family Interrupted: Powerful Strategies for Helping parents and Children Heal After Divorce, Rocky Spino, MS, NCC
  • Feb 2, 2011 The Top Three Best-Ever Anxiety Treatment Techniques, Margaret Wehrenberg
  • December 22, 2010 Transform Your Practice: Become a Personal and Executive Coach, Tom Krapu, PhD, PCC
  • December 22,2010 Motivational Interviewing for Anxiety and Panic Disorders Stephen Rollnick, PhD
  • December 22, 2010 The Financial Crisis: Strategies for Business, Personal Finance and Your Anxiety (CE none) By Margaret Wehrenberg and Kevin McKinley December 22, 2010 What Makes Relationships Work John Gottman
  • December 21, 2010, THE DSM-5tm: A Preview of What’s Coming: David Mays, MD, PHD
  • October 25, 2010, The Baby Boomers have Arrived-Prevention in Geriatric Psychiatry, Jeffrey Lyness, MD
  • Sept 30, 2010: Adjusting the Activity of Dysfunctional Brain Circuits with Deep Brain Stimulation by Dr. Andres Lozano, Professor and Chairman of Neurosurgery, University of Toronto, sponsored by Brown University Institute for BrainScience and Dept. of Neurosurgery at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
  • June 18, 2010 Couples therapy Series: Treating Infidelity: A contemporary approach for working with affair couples, Tiffani Kisler, PhD
  • June 11, 2010 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia: Practical Applications, Brian Borsari, PhD
  • June 3, 2010, Motivational Interiewing for Mental Health Disorders, Stephen Rollnick
  • June 3, 2010, Insomnia: A new mind-body approach, Rubin Naiman
  • October, 23, 2009: Sport Psychology for the non-sport psychologist, Judy Van Raalte, Ph.D. and Al Petitpas, Ed.D.
  • March, 30, 2009, Men in Relationships: Character, Culture and the Struggle to Love, Terry Real, MSW, LICSW
  • February 24, 2009, Motivational Interviewing, Brian Borsari, Ph.D.,
  • November 7, 2008, Cognitive Behavioral Therapies: The 20 Top CBT techniques form Motivational Enhancement Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Therapy, Relapse Prevention, by Dr. Barry Gregory
  • May 12, 2008, New Directions in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy by Leslie Sokol, PhD
  • May 9, 2008, Secrets of EMDR, Dr. John Omaha
  • May 2, 2008, The Sandwich Generation: Caring for Our Children, Our Parents, and Ourselves, Dr. Miriam Aronson
  • April 11, 2008, Understanding Combat Trauma and Treatment Challenges, Dr. Lesley Ross, Dr. Michael Lynch, Dr. Heidi Fowler,
  • April 4, 2008 Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia: A mind/body approach, Dr. Fred Friedberg
  • April 3, 2008, Obesity: Strategies for Physicians & Health Care Providers,
  • Teaming up to Reduce Obesity: Dr. David Gifford
  • Helping Patients Unfatten: Of Levers & Levees, Skillpower and Sandbags, Dr. Katz
  • Enhancing Communication Regarding Eating, Activity & Weight, Dr. Chantelle Hart
  • The Role of Compulsive Overating in Obesity, Dr. Beth Rocchio
  • Motivating Behavior Change in the Office Setting, Dr. Belinda Borelli
  • March 28, 2008, New Trends in Cognitive Therapy: Advanced Techniques for Treating Your 5 Most Difficult Clients, by Dr. Jeff Riggenbach
  • February 1, 2008 Childhood Obesity: A weighty matter for families  Laura Edwards-Leeper, Ph.D  and Vanessa Ludlow
  • Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2007 Compulsive Hoarding: Diagnosis and Treatment, Maria Mancebo, Ph.D.
  • August 1, 2007, Exploring the Healing Science Within DSM-IV-TR, Jack Klott, MSSA, LISW, CSW
  • June 29, 2007, Motivational Interviewing: Eliciting Clients’ Own Arguments for Change, Ann Fields, MSE, CADCIII, CGACII
  • April 12, 2007, Brief Cognitive Hypnosis: An effective approach for meaningful change. Simple hypnotic techniques for the non-hypnotherapist, Dr. Andrew Billups, PsyD
  • March 30, 2007, Cogntive-Behavioral Treatment: The 20 TOP CBT techniques from Motivational Enhancement Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Therapy, Relapse Prevention, Barry Gregory, M.ED, Ed.D
  • March 22, 2007, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of RI informational session (NPI, billing, their website), Kent County Hospital
  • March 19, 2007, Working with Older Adults & Their Caregivers: Comprehensive Mental Health & Treatment, Dr. Roy Steinberg (Ph.D.)
  • February 22, 2007, Intimate Partner Violence: The role of alcohol abuse, legal perspectives, and couples treatment Alison Heru, MD, Marilyn Price, MD, Gregory Stuart, PhD
  • January 24, 2007 Mental Health Medications: Symptoms, Side Effects and Response, Fran Miller, RN, MSN, BC
  • May 5, 2006, APA Insurance Trust Updated Ethics Seminar, Eric Harris, Ed.D., J.D.
  • April 27, 2006 Real People, Real Recoveries: Jane Pauley
  • April 25, 2006: Imagery and Hypnosis in your everyday practice, PESI sponsors, John S. Carpenter, MSW, LISW CDs instead of live attendance.
  • March 31, 2006 Psychology in the Workplace: Organizational Crisis Management, Gerald W. Lewis, Ph.D.
  • March 24, 2006, Recovering from Trauma: The psychological aftermath of violence and disaster,
    • Stephen Marans, Ph.D. Keynote speaker Fear and Trauma: When we all need someone to lean on;
    • Betsy McAlister Groves LICSW, Children who see too much;
    • Audrey Tyrka, MD, Ph.D., Trauma and Psychopathology: Psychosocial and Biological Factors Influencing Risk and Resilience;
    • Pathological responses to disaster and terrorism, Robert Kohn, MD, MPhil;
    • Heidi Ellis, Ph.D., Child Refugees and Trauma: Lessons from the Somali community
  • March 1, 2006 How will we welcome them Home? Diagnosis, Assessment, Treatment: Complex issuses related to mild traumatic brain injury; Brown Medical School, NE ATTC
  • January 27, 2006 The Use of Expressive Therapies in your Mental Health Practice, Julia Byers, Ed.D
  • May 11, 2005 How will we welcome them Home? War. Battle. Combat. The Unseen Cost to American Armed Forces and their Families (multiple speakers)
  • Fall, Winter, Spring: Ethics – Harry Binswanger Obj Academic Center
  • Spring 2005: Jean Binswanger tutorial: Clarifying with concepts
  • March 4-6, 2005, Love & Intimacy: The Couples Conference:
    • March 4:
      • Janis Abrahms Spring,Ph.D., How Can I Forgive You? The Courage to Forgive; The Freedom Not To.
      • Jeffrey Zeig, Ph.D., Hypnotherapy with Couples: Experiential Methods
      • Terry Real, LICSW, Relational Empowerment: A New Model for Couples and Couples Therapy, LICSW
        Patricia Love, Ed.D., Brain Smart Heart: Using the New Brain Science to Improve Relationships
        Conversation hour with Terry Real, LICSW
    • March 5:
      • Helen Fisher, Ph.D., The Brain in Love: An fMRI Study of Romantic Love and the Effects of Anti-Depressants
      • Peggy Papp, ACSW, Changing Belief Systems
      • Ellyn Bader, Ph.D., High Impact Couples Therapy:  A Developmental Model to Start and Sustain Effective Treatment and Confrontation with Difficult Couples, Part II
      • Frank D’Attilio, Ph.D., and Peggy Papp, ACSW, Dealing with Gender Differences
    • March 6:
      • Susan Johnson, Ed.D., The Revolution in Couples Therapy
      • Frank Dattilio, Ph.D., Cognitive-Behavioral Techniques with Couples
      • Jeffrey Zeig, Ph.D., Hypnosis & Sex Counseling
  • January 28, 2005, Memory—Lost and Found: Diagnosis and Treatment of Memory Loss, Norman Gordon, M.D., John Gunstad, Ph.D., Robert Paul, Ph.D.
  • December 2004, Tackling Hard Thinking, Jean Moroney
  • December 10, 2004 Cognitive Therapy for Personality Disorders by Judith Beck, Ph.D.
  • October 29, 2004 Cognitive-Behavior Strategies and Techniques for Revitalizing Nonsexual Marriage Workshop by Barry McCarthy, Ph.D.
  • October 15, 2004 R.I. Psychiatry and the Arts Presentation of: The Heiress Rendueles Villalba M.D., James Boehnlein, M.D., Paul Lieberman, M.D., Ann Back Price, MSN, IAAP, Edwea Shea
  • Sept –Dec 2004 Ethics, yearlong course by Dr. Harry Binswanger
  • May 14, 2004 Ethical Decision Making and Risk Management in Clinical Practice Jeffrey Younggren
  • April 30, 2004 Evaluating and Treating Depression and Suicidal Behavior in Adolescence by Christianne Esposito, Ph.D., Deidre Donaldson, Ph.D., Anthony Spirito, Ph.D.
  • March 26, 2004 Supporting Clients in Their Search for a Mate: A Cognitive Behavioral Approach; Donald Keiffer, PhD
  • November 12, 2003  All that’s Traumatic is not Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder; Joan Meyer Anzia, MD and Therese Rando, Ph.D.
  • October 19, 2003  Mental Health Response to Disaster: James Campbell, Ph.D., and Paul Block, Ph.D.
  • September 30, 2003  Sudden Violent Death, The RI Justice Commission Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Victims Assistance Program Presentation  Dr. E.K. Rynearson, Dr. Therese Rando, Janice Harris Lord
  • Sept 19 2003  Behavioral Couples Therapy for Alcoholism and Drug Use: Tim O’Farrell, Ph.D., ABPP
  • May 13, 2003: An Informal Presentation of the Revised APA Code of Ethics: Dr. Suzanne Borstein and Dr. William Whelihan
  • February 2003: Understanding and Managing Mental Health Problems in the Elderly by Mary Doucette
  • February 2003: Scared Stiff: Fast Effective Treatment for Anxiety Disorders: A two day intensive workshop: David Burns, Ph.D.
  • December 2002: Pragmatic Approaches for Helping Problem Drinkers: From Motivational Interviewing to Harm Reduction and Relapse Prevention, G. Alan Marlatt, Ph.D and Anne Fletcher
  • December 2002: Bipolar Disorder: A Cognitive Therapy Approach, Cory Newman Ph.D.
  • October 2002: HIPAA Awareness Presentation by Blue Cross Blue Shield of RI
  • October 2002 Delivering Difficult News: The RI Cancer Council
  • September 2002: Getting Ready for HIPAA: A Primer for Mental Health Professionals  Michael G. Tauber, Esq
  • May 2002: Intermediate Care Services:  Completing the Continuum of Care  Kenneth Minkoff, PhD
  • February 2002: Critical Incident Stress Debriefing in a Time of Certainty and Responsibility   Majorie Dyan Hirsch, DCSW
  • October 2001: Bullying, Beatings & Beyond  Dr. Penn
  • September 2001: Identification, Assessment &  Treatment of Pathological Gambling  Dr. Rugle
  • June 2001: Mental Health and The Law In RI (multiple presenters-taped)
  • June 2001: Childhood Bipolar Disorder  Dr. Papolos
  • June 2001: Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Training (2 day workshop: Boston June 4-5, 2001) Dr. Elizabeth Simpson and Dr. Clive Robins
  • May 2001:  Depression in the Elderly  Dr. Richard Goldberg
  • April 2001: Brown University Brain Sciences: Cognitive Neuroscience Update Dr. Willam Warren and Dr. Michael Tarr
  • March 2001: The Impact of Using Herbal Remedies, Over the Counter and Non-Psychotropic Medications   by Dr. Morgan Sammons
  • November 2000: Frontal Lobes by Dr. Elkhonon Goldberg Neuropsychology of Memory by Philip DeFina
  • May 2000: Update 2000: Dual Diagnosis Research and Treatment - Dr. Timothy Condon, Dr. Richard Brown, Dr. Alan Gordon, Dr. Mark Zimmerman
  • February 2000: When Grief is Complicated -  Robert Zucker, MA, LCSW
  • December 1999: Transforming Personality: An indepth training in Cognitive Therapy of  Personality Disorder Dr. Christine A. Padesky
  • November: 1999 Aging of the Brain, The Aging of the Mind - Dr. Ken Gross
  • October 1999:  Treating and Living with Affective Disorders Jacki Lyden and Dr. Martin Keller
  • September 1999  Listening to the Body -Dr.  William Sieber May 1999: Understanding Anger -    Dr. Joseph Shannon
  • April 1999: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Panic Disorder -  Dr. Michael Otto
  • April 1999: Enhancing Sexuality: A Problem Solving Approach - Dr. John Wincze
  • October 1998: Risk Management in the Evolving Mental Health Market Dr. Eric Harris
  • October 1998: Understanding Anxiety: Diagnosis, Treatment & Prevention –  Dr. Andrew Meisler
  • Sept 1998: Memory—Dr.  Stuart Zola
  • May 1998  The Immune Systen—Dr. Steven Keller
  • October 1997 Family Mediation:
             A Profile of Divorce Mediation in R.I. - The Role of the
    Community and the Courts
             Family Mediation: Building Together is Different from Breaking Up
             Custody: Visitation/Relocation
             Helping Children with Divorce
  • October 1997  After the Affair – Dr. Janis Abrams Spring
  • May 1997 The Aging of the Brain, The Aging of the Mind – Dr. Narayan, M.D.
  • April 1997 Dialectical Behavioral Therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder -- Dr. Simpson
  • April 1997  Why are these Children so Angry? -- Dr. Smith
  • March 1997 Offenders & Victims of Domestic Violence -- Dr. Gelles
  • February 1997 Screening for Brain Impairment -- Dr. Richard Berg
  • 1996 Psychology and the Law
  • Harvard University Lecture Series on Objectivism including lecture on Reason and Emotion -- Dr. Edwin Locke
  • April 1995 Quick Techniques in Child Psychotherapy & Counseling, The Changing Face of Mental Health Practice
  • October 1994  Workshop Series:
    Advanced Assessment Techniques
    Professionally Guided Self-Help
    Childhood Dissociation and Abuse
    February 1989 Cognitive Therapy Conference -- Dr. David Burns
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