Provide Safe Harbor for Reflection and Changing Course
Psychotherapy can be a wonderful resource for people looking to collaborate with an experienced clinical psychologist to identify problems and find ways to solve them. Support and encouragement are part of what Dr. Steinberg offers, along with years of professional expertise in understanding and coping with the intricate difficulties which life sometimes poses.
In addition to work with adults, Dr. Steinberg has many years of experience working with children of all ages from young children through grade school age into adolescence, through high school and college years. Youth which she has treated have been dealing with feelings of anxiety and depression, grief and loss, bullying and social issues, and divorce in the family. Many of the issues families face can be helped through building up the positive and learning new approaches to parenting.
The therapeutic approaches Dr. Steinberg uses are time-tested and research-proven techniques which help families face difficulties to find solutions. Better communication skills, relaxation and stress management techniques assist in building improved living skills. These skills are taught with compassion and a non-judgmental approach in individual, couple or family sessions. Many times looking at what is going well and what has helped solve problems in the past guide how to create solutions now.
An experienced professional counselor to families transitioning through a divorce, Dr. Steinberg assisted in collaborative law cases. In February 2017 she joined a mediator and financial expert on a local radio station to discuss non-litigated divorce. It was a 30-minute discussion of collaborative divorce and mediated divorce as alternatives which offer more open communication in a transparent approach to ending a marriage and beginning a productive co-parenting plan. Click here to access the audio from the radio discussion.
Well-known Cincinnati mediator Bea Larsen remarks on Dr. Steinberg's warm and insightful approach during a radio interview about her wonderful book of essays about relationships. Click here to access Bea Larsen’s remarks