- ASSISTANT CLINICAL PROFESSOR Psychiatry
Ed.D, Boston University
M.Ed., Tufts University
B.S., Tufts University
- Dr. Schachter's clinical interests include mood disorders, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, adult attention deficit disorder and stress management.
Schachter RS. Kinetic Therapy in the Treatment of Families. In: Shafer , Carey , editors. Family Play Therapy (1994). New Jersey, Aronson;.
Schachter RS, McCauley CS. When Your Child Is Afraid (1988, paperback 1989). New York, Simon and Schuster;.
Schachter RS. The Sleep Tape, An Effective Treatment, For Insomnia (1987). New York, Simon & Schuster Video;.
Schachter RS. Shaefer C, editor. Theory and Techniques of Kinetic Psychotherapy in Games, The therapeutic use of games (1985). New York, John Wiley & Sons;.
Schachter RS. Kinetic Psychotherapy in the Treatment of Depression in Latency- Aged Children . International Journal of Group Psychotherapy 1984 Jan; 34.
Schachter RS. Nickerson E, editor. Kinetic Psychotherapy in the Treatment of Children, Helping Through Action, Action Oriented Therapies (1982). Amherst, Human Resource Development Press;.
Stein M, Davis J. A Movement-Based Therapy for Inarticulate and Impulsive Adolescents, Therapies for Adolescents (1982). San Francisco, Josey-Bass;.
Schachter RS. Hansen , Rosenthal , editors. Kinetic Psychotherapy in the Treatment of Families, Strategies and Techniques in Family Therapy (1981). Springfield, Ill, Thames;.
Schachter RS. Herink , editor. Kinetic Psychotherapy, The Psychotherapy Handbook (1980). New York, Meridian; 1980.
Schachter RS. Kinetic Psychotherapy in the Treatment of Families, The Family Coordinator . 1978 July;.
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Dr. Schachter did not report having any of the following types of financial relationships with industry during 2015 and/or 2016: consulting, scientific advisory board, industry-sponsored lectures, service on Board of Directors, participation on industry-sponsored committees, equity ownership valued at greater than 5% of a publicly traded company or any value in a privately held company. Please note that this information may differ from information posted on corporate sites due to timing or classification differences.
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