AEDP Institute

Weekday or Weekend Core Training in New York City

with Steve Shapiro, Phd

Are you willing and able to give ten weekdays to core training with Dr. Steve Shapiro in the next year or so? Or are you interested but only if it’s on weekends? Or Fridays and Saturdays? 

The AEDP Institute and AEDP Senior Faculty member Steve Shapiro, PhD are excited to gauge the demand for a two weekday Core Training group for New York Area AEDPers. If you can’t do weekdays, tell us which days you are able to commit.

Dr. Shapiro’s unique Core Training program offers a quintessential opportunity to learn the theory and practice of EDTs (experiential dynamic therapies, i.e. both AEDP and STDP).

Please “register your interest” soon; remember, registering your interest is not a commitment and this course is only tentative.

Read about the Faculty:

Steve Shapiro, PhD

Steve ShapiroSteve Shapiro, PhD, is a clinical psychologist who maintains a full-time private practice in suburban Philadelphia and has over twenty years clinical and teaching experience.  He has been practicing various forms of Experiential Dynamic Therapy (EDT), such as Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP), since the mid-1990’s. He is a Senior Faculty and founding member of the AEDP Institute and has been studying with Dr. Diana Fosha, the developer of AEDP, since 2003

Dr. Shapiro conducts lectures, workshops and ongoing training internationally.  His presentations are often commended for translating complex clinical theory into clear, precise, and practical techniques which are easily understandable and readily applied immediately in clinical settings by therapists of all orientations.

For 16 years, Dr. Shapiro was the Director of Psychology and Education at Montgomery County Emergency Service (MCES), an emergency psychiatric hospital, where he worked with a range of severe disorders and those committed involuntarily to treatment. This intensive experience has helped inform Dr. Shapiro’s specializations and approach to transforming resistance with those who are considered challenging due to a history of trauma, a high degree of resistance, or excessive anxiety and dysregulation.


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