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Shapiro, Jerrold Lee

SHAPIRO, Jerrold Lee

SHAPIRO, Jerrold Lee. American, b. 1943. Genres: Psychology. Career: St. Bonaventure University, Olean, NY, assistant professor, 1969-70; University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI, assistant professor to professor, 1970- 83; California Graduate School of Family Psychology, San Rafael, CA, professor, 1979-87; Santa Clara University, CA, associate professor to professor, 1982-; Chapman College, visiting associate professor, 1974; University of California at Santa Cruz, visiting professor and counselor, 1978-79; California School of Professional Psychology, adjunct professor, 1983, 1988- 89; University of California at Irvine, visiting professor, 1986; University of San Francisco, member of adjunct teaching faculty, 1988; Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, member of affiliate clinical faculty and adjunct professor, 1988-95; Wright Institute, adjunct professor, 1992-95; Institute for Transpersonal Psychology, 1992-96. Licensed clinical psychologist private practice, 1974; Ohana Family Therapy Institute, managing partner, 1983-; Family Business Solutions, managing partner and chief consultant, 1988-; Psyjourn, Inc, president, 1996-. Publications: Methods of Group Psychotherapy and Encounter, 1978; (with H.I. Ayabe) Classic Readings in Educational Psychology, 1986; (with B.A. Edmiston and E. Wallace) Handbook of Ethical and Legal Guidelines for MFCC's and Psychologists, 1986; When Men Are Pregnant: Fears and Concerns of Expectant Fathers, 1987; (with A.W. Scheflin) Trance on Trial, 1989; The Measure of a Man: Becoming the Father You Wish Your Father Had Been, 1993; (ed. with M.J. Diamond and M. Greenberg) Becoming a Father: Social, Emotional, and Therapeutic Perspectives, 1993; (with S. Bernadett-Shapiro and L. Peltz) Brief Group Treatment, 1997. Contributor to books and periodicals. Address: CPSY, 222 Bannan Hall, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA 95053, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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