Eric Sherman, PsyD

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Eric Sherman
Dr. Eric Sherman is a licensed psychologist practicing in New York City. He received a certificate of Specialization in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy from The New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. Dr. Sherman completed his clinical internship at The Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine of New York University Langone Medical Center and served on the staff of Rusk's Psychophysiological Pain Program, where he trained psychology interns in the evaluation and treatment of psychophysiological pain disorders.

Dr. Sherman specializes in evaluating and treating PPD/TMS, as well as the treatment of individuals and families struggling with the psychological consequences of disability. He regularly consults with physicians and other health care professionals struggling to understand and manage their own and their patients' psychological reactions to acute and chronic medical conditions, especially cancer and physical disabilities. Currently, he has a full-time private practice treating adults in psychoanalysis and individual psychotherapy. He also provides supervision and consultation to clinicians and health care professionals.

Dr. Sherman also serves on the board of directors of the Psychophysiologic Disorders Association (PPDA). In October of 2012, Dr. Sherman played an instrumental role in organizing When Stress Causes Pain, a conferences hosted by the PPDA in partnership with New York University's Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy And Psychoanalysis. In March of 2010, Dr. Sherman spoke about the psychology of mind-body disorders a previous conference in Los Angeles, which he also helped organize. Later, Dr. Sherman helped organize and spoke at the When Stress Causes Pain - A Master Class in the Diagnosis And Treatment of Psychophysiologic Disorders training class for practitioners.

Dr. Sherman has co-authored the book Pathways to Pain Relief with Dr. Frances Sommer Anderson, which discusses how to recover from TMS and includes a foreword by Dr. John E. Sarno. The book was released in January 2013.

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