Liz Greene is held in high esteem by astrologers all over the world, professional and non-professional alike. She is a prolific author of books and various publications and has been instrumental in shaping modern psychological astrology.
She holds doctorate degrees in psychology and (as of 2010) in history and is a qualified Jungian analyst. She also holds a diploma in counselling from the Centre for Transpersonal Psychology in London, and a diploma from the Faculty of Astrological Studies, of which she is a lifetime Patron.
When the Psychological Horoscope Analysis was developed, between 1985 and 1987, it set a milestone in the history of psychological astrology. Liz Greene, the author, and Alois Treindl, a brilliant programmer, created a computerized horoscope interpretation which, to this day, has not been equalled in quality. While earlier computer reports simply listed the elements of an astrological interpretation as unrelated blocks, Alois Treindl, a specialist in "artificial intelligence", went quite a bit further. He was able to create a program which could simulate Liz Greene's very own method of horoscope interpretation during a personal reading.
Instead of producing a list of sometimes contradictory elements of interpretation, the Astro*Intelligence Horoscope Analyses present the reader with a synthesis of the astrological chart, a personal profile describing their basic disposition, strong main themes and shadow figures. The unique combination of astrology, Jungian psychology and an amazing literary gift on the one hand, with real programming genius on the other, has led to the enduring success of these reports.
The Psychological Horoscope Analysis was followed by the Child's Horoscope, the Relationship Horoscope, the Yearly Horoscope Analysis and the Long Term Analysis. In response to frequent requests over the past years, Liz Greene has written a new analysis called "Career and Vocation".
Beside her untiring work as an author of astrological books as well as writing for Astrodienst, Liz Greene co-directs the Centre for Psychological Astrology, a well-known school in London. She also directs the CPA Press, a publishing company that focuses on specialist astrological works.