• About Me

    The person I’m best suited to treat is someone who is willing to explore their life in depth and be open to discovering who they are regardless of previously held convictions. This is a challenging and at times a painful journey that when successful will lead to a solid sense of identity, clarity and freedom from making life decisions based on factors out of our awareness. Commitment and dedication to the process of self-discovery is essential. I believe that most issues clients struggle with will achieve significant relief from my approach.
    My specialty is offering an analytic approach augmented with cognitive behavioral techniques (CBT) when appropriate. My work is tailored to each client’s unique needs and finding the most effective approach to alleviate painful symptoms and lead a life intentionally lived more free from internal conflict.
    Having practiced for more than forty years I feel that I have developed a profound understanding of the range of issues that clients present and have tailored my approach to deliver relief effectively and empathically. My tenure at the Austen Riggs Center, Stockbridge, MA contributed immensely to my professional growth.

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  • Overview
    Degree: PhD
    Currently Accepting Clients: Yes
    • Depression
    • PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder)
    • Trauma
    Approaches to Therapy:
    • CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)
    • EFT (Emotion Focused Therapy)
    • Psychodynamic
    Services Offered: Individual Therapy
    Ages Accepted:
    • Adolescents
    • Young adults
    • Adults
    • Seniors
    Languages: English
    Clinic Setting: Individual Private Practice
    Teletherapy Available: Yes
  • License & Certification
    Licensed by State: Yes
    Category: Psychologists
    State Licensing Board: FL
    License #: PY9850
    License Type: Licensed Psychologist - LP
    Additional Certifications: American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP)
  • Experience
    Extended Biography :

    Robert Spiro, PhD, earned his doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Yeshiva University in 1973. He is a fellow of The Academy of Clinical Psychologists and is board certified in Clinical Psychology. Dr. Spiro was awarded a postdoctoral fellowship in Neurophysiology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Hospital in New York. After completion, he spent eight years at the Austin Riggs Center in Stockbridge Massachusetts, four years as a postdoctoral and advanced postdoctoral fellow and four on the staff including two as Director of Admissions. In private practice since 1982, Dr. Spiro has also served as clinical consultant for Bennington College and as Clinical Director of the Berkshire Learning Center. Areas of expertise in his current practice include the treatment of depression, anxiety disorders, post traumatic stress disorders, and relationship issues for adolescents, adults and couples. Dr. Spiro's treatment approach generally draws on a combination of psychodynamic therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) although it is always tailored to the specific needs of the individual client.

    Gender: Man
    Race & Ethnicity: Caucasian
  • My Office
    ADA Accessible: Yes
    Near Public Transportation?: Yes
    Closest Bus/Train Stop:

    5571 N. University Drive, Coral Springs, FL 33067

  • Payment
    Currently Accepting Health Insurance?: Medicare
  • Crisis Therapy Project
    Pro Bono Sessions Available for: School Shooting or Attack
    Description of Pro Bono Service Services:

    I'm reserving a pro bono sessions for a client who has been affected by the School Attack in Parkland, Florida.