Dr. Shapiro 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. A Founding Member of the Psychoanalytic Society and Institute of the Berkshires, Dr. Shapiro is a Training and Supervising Analyst. An organizational consultant for over thirty-five years, Dr. Shapiro has consulted with hospitals, mental health clinics, law firms, and family businesses. He has published over fifty articles and book chapters on human and organizational development, family functioning and personality disorders, presenting papers in this country and abroad. He is the author of Finding a Place to Stand: Developing Self-Reflective Institutions, Leaders and Citizens (Phoenix:2020). His book (with A. W. Carr), Lost in Familiar Places: Creating New Connections between the Individual and Society was published by Yale University Press (1991) as was his edited book, The Inner World in the Outer World: Psychoanalytic Perspectives (1997). A Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, he is also a Fellow of the A.K. Rice Institute and the American College of Psychoanalysis. 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 Philip 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 on US News & World Report's list of "Top Doctors".
For a list (and downloadable copies) of Dr. Shapiro's publications, see: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Edward_Shapiro2/contributions