Warren Spielberg, Ph.D., is a psychologist, psychoanalyst, Fulbright Scholar, Director for the Center for the Study of Boys, Men, and Masculinity, Associate Teaching Professor at the New School for Public Engagement, and Clinical Consultant for the NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. He is a Co-Author of “The Psychology of Black Boys and Adolescents- Two Volumes” Praeger 2015.
He is an acknowledged authority on the problems of boys and men and is a member of the American Psychological (APA) Task Force on treatment guidelines for boys and men.
He was also the recipient of the Practitioner of the Year award in 2005 by the APA for his work with the FDNY post-9/11.
He maintains a private practice in Brooklyn Heights, where he works with children, families, and adults. Dr. Spielberg consults on issues relating to boys and men worldwide to such organizations as UNICEF, FDNY, Obama MBK, and the NYC Mayor’s Young Men’s Initiative. He is a senior fellow at Equimundo (formerly Promundo) Center for Masculinity and Social Justice, an NGO that advocates worldwide for boys, men, and gender equity.
Warren is available for speaking and workshop hosting opportunities.
Provide assistance to organizations that are struggling with diversity and with social equality.
Provide trainings in working with boys and men in the fields of education, mental health and medical settings.
Conflicts, Identity Issues, Relationship issues, Depression, Stress and Anxiety,
Group Therapy for the following populations: Individuals with Aspergers, co-ed groups, boys, and men.
Training in mental health services, psychotherapy, school equity intervention, programs for boys and men, and trauma interventions. I also provide consultation to middle eastern institutions in the development of clinical psychology programs and other training programs.