Dr. Edward Shapiro, MD
Ed Shapiro is Clinical Professor at the Yale Child Study Center and was medical director/CEO of the Austen Riggs Center from 1991-2011. He has published over fifty articles on human development, organizational and family functioning, and personality disorders, presenting papers in the country and abroad. With the former Dean of Westminster, A. Wesley Carr, Ph.D., he published Lost in Familiar Places: Creating New Connections between the Individual and Society (Yale, 1991), and was the editor of The Inner World in the Outer World (Yale, 1997).He is on the boards of the A.K Rice Institute and the International Dialogue Initiative, and on the advisory board of Partners Confronting Collective Atrocities. He is a Principal in the Boswell Group of New York.
Dr. Shapiro has received the Felix and Helene Deutsch Scientific Award from the Boston Psychoanalytic Society, the Research Prize from the Society for Family Therapy and Research, and the Isenberg Teaching Award from McLean Hospital. In 2007, he was named Outstanding Psychiatrist for Advancement of the Profession by the Massachusetts Psychiatric Association and since 2011 has been listed on the US News & World Report’s list of “Top Doctors’.
Dr. Shapiro graduated from Yale College, received an M.A. in Anthropology from Stanford University, an M.D. from Harvard Medical School, and Certification in Psychoanalysis from the American Psychoanalytic Association. At McLean Hospital in Boston, he was Founder and Director of the Adolescent and Family Treatment and Study Center and Director of Psychosocial Training and Consultation.