Troy Piwowarski, Psy.D.

Director of Clinical Training
EHI Faculty

Troy Piwowarski

Troy Piwowarski, Psy.D. is licensed psychologist with a private practice in San Francisco and Berkeley, CA. He is the Clinical Director, EHI Faculty and an active Board member. He played an instrumental role in the launch of the certificate training program at EHI in 2012. He earned his doctorate in clinical psychology at the Michigan School of Professional Psychology in Detroit, MI, a school rooted in the work of Clark Moustakas. Troy is also an avid writer and has investigated how phenomenologically-minded therapists attune to their clients as persons-in-context in his dissertation. He has published one article on Terror Management Theory entitled "The Effects of Mortality Salience and Belief in Afterlife on the Manifestation of Homonegativity," is a co-author of a chapter in the second edition of The Handbook of Humanistic Psychology entitled "Cultivating Psychotherapist Artistry: Model Existential-Humanistic Training Programs," and has edited two books by Nader Shabahangi on revaluing eldership in our culture. He is currently co-authoring a chapter on ethical considerations in practicing E-H psychotherapy with Orah Krug and Kirk Schneider for The Oxford Handbook of Psychotherapy Ethics.

You may contact Troy with questions about EHI's training offerings at troy.piwowarski[@]

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