Clinical Program Faculty

Elizabeth Bradshaw, PsyD
Adjunct Faculty

BA Comparative Literature and Theory, University of Pennsylvania, 2006
MSc Theoretical Psychoanalytic Studies, University College London, 2008
PsyD Clinical Psychology, The Wright Institute, 2012

Elizabeth Bradshaw, PsyD is a psychoanalyst and clinical psychologist with a private practice in Oakland where she works with children, adolescents, and adults in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. She is a graduate of the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis and the Wright Institute. She has a background working in community mental health, and completed her clinical training at Access Institute for Psychological Services’ internship program and the UCSF Infant-Parent Program’s postdoctoral fellowship program.

Dr. Bradshaw has taught courses, presented, and published papers on topics such as infant development, school-based child psychotherapy, psychoanalytic play therapy, early childhood trauma, psychoanalytic writing, Freud's drive theory, clinical technique, and feminist critiques of Freud. She has a passion for social justice and is dedicated to the education of early career therapists. In addition to her role as Adjunct Faculty at the Wright where she has taught since 2018, she is faculty and supervises at Access Institute for Psychological Services and The San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis.