Elyakim Kislev holds a Ph.D. in sociology from Columbia University and three master's degrees in counseling, sociology, and public policy. His first book, Happy Singlehood: The Rising Acceptance and Celebration of Solo Living (2019), has been translated into numerous languages and was featured on CNN, BBC World News, and The Washington Post, among many others. Kislev currently heads the Honors Program in the School of Public Policy at the Hebrew University and is a regular contributor to Psychology Today, where his articles have garnered hundreds of thousands of reads and are cited frequently. Following the success of his writings on singles, Kislev has developed a unique approach to empowering singles and begun counseling individuals and groups. His second book is Relationship 5.0 (2022), published by Oxford University Press. He tweets @ElyakimKislev.Read more Read less
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