BPSI Psychoanalyst Member Edward Shapiro, MD, appeared on a past episode of the IPA’s Off the Couch podcast to discuss his book, Finding a Place to Stand: Developing Self Reflecting Institutions, Leaders and Citizens, with the program host, Steven Rolfe. Click on the link below to listen to the program on the podcast web page.

Edward Shapiro, MD, is a graduate of the Boston Psychoanalytic Institute. A Founding Member of the Psychoanalytic Society and Institute of the Berkshires, Dr. Shapiro is a Training and Supervising Analyst. He was the Medical Director/CEO of the Austen Riggs Center from 1991 – 2011. A board certified psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, family researcher, and organizational consultant, he is also Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Yale University School of Medicine and Principal of the Boswell Group. His most recent book is Finding a Place to Stand: Developing Self-Reflective Institutions, Leaders and Citizens (Phoenix Publishing House, 2020). Click here to watch Edward Shapiro’s conversation about the book with Jonathan Kolb, MD, recorded in the BPSI library on June 26, 2020. Members can borrow this and other books by Dr. Shapiro from the BPSI library.

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