Paul Browde

Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry

New York University

Paul Browde has 25 years of professional experience as a psychotherapist, teacher and performer. He is founder of Paul Browde MD PLLC, a psychiatric practice in New York City, where he works with individuals using a wide range of treatment modalities. He is a Board Certified psychiatrist, with expertise in narrative therapy, Ericksonian hypnotherapy, and psychopharmacology.

Dr. Browde has taught narrative therapy at the postgraduate level, and is assistant clinical professor at NYU School of Medicine. He founded, along with Murray Nossel, the company Narativ Inc., which aims at transforming individuals, teams, and organizations through the simple, timeless, and universal art of storytelling. Clients include the Walt Disney Company, Time Warner, New York Habitat, and UNICEF. Narativ also consults to nonprofit organizations around the world that use personal storytelling as a medium for education, including the Memory Box Project in South Africa and Open Society Institute grantees in Dakar, Senegal.

Dr. Browde is co-writer and co-performer, with Murray Nossel, of Two Men Talking, a storytelling performance, which has been produced in theatres internationally, including in South Africa, on the West End of London, and Off-Broadway in New York City. Two Men Talking has been critically acclaimed in the New York Times, the Guardian, and the London Times. Dr. Browde completed medical school at the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa, full-time acting training with distinction at the Drama Studio London, and residency training in psychiatry at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York.