Lisa Garber

Lisa Garber is a psychologist, social worker, and author with a doctorate in clinical psychology. She has been treating eating disorders and other forms of psychic distress for 40 years. For the last 30 she has been riding her Harley while wondering and writing about her attraction to the two-wheeled predator. Her musings led her to the crossroads where the union of Hermes and Bruhnhilde took place. It is from that vantage point that she wrote her thesis, titled Women Who Ride: The Psyche of the Female Motorcyclist, exploring the manifest myth of the female motorcyclist. Dr. Garber’s writing has been published in both bikers’ and women’s magazines. A booklet based on her thesis, titled Riding Naked, is currently available from the author. A book based on her series of conversations with the Voice Inside My Helmet is soon be released. 

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