Mary Androff, MD
Mary Androff, MD, based in Minneapolis-St Paul, works in a private psychotherapy and integrative psychiatry practice and also provides psychiatric consultation for an Assertive Community Treatment team. Her journey to AEDP began with STEM (chemistry at University of Illinois), then medicine (Washington University-St Louis), then psychiatric residency (University of Washington, Seattle), then training in psychodynamic psychotherapy alongside daily yoga and meditation practices. Seeking a way to integrate all these threads and hoping to discover a more coherent theoretical framework, Mary found her professional home when she took the AEDP Immersion course. She went on to receive certification as an AEDP therapist in 2015 and as an AEDP supervisor in 2020. She founded AEDP Minnesota in 2017. She has run multiple study and consultation groups, assisted at ES1 and ES2 courses in NYC and online, participated as a treating clinician in the AEDP research program, and provides individual and group AEDP supervision.