Michael Stadter, PhD

Michael Stadter is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Bethesda. His practice includes long-term and brief psychotherapy, clinical supervision and organizational consultation. He is a founding faculty member and board member of the International Psychotherapy Institute and a faculty member at the Washington School of Psychiatry. Formerly at American University, he was Director of the University Counseling Center and Psychologist-in-Residence in the Department of Psychology.

Dr. Stadter is the author of a number of publications including the books, Presence and the Present: Relationship and Time in Contemporary Psychodynamic Therapy (2012), Object Relations Brief Therapy: The Relationship in Short-term Work (1996/2009), Dimensions of Psychotherapy/Dimensions of Experience: Time, Space, Number and State of Mind (2005, co-edited with David Scharff). Additionally, he has been repeatedly recognized by the Washingtonian magazine as one of the top psychotherapists in the Washington, DC area and is invited to teach nationally and internationally.

Michael Stadter, PhD Bethesda, MD

Michael Stadter