Siebold, Cathy

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SIEBOLD, Cathy

SIEBOLD, Cathy. American, b. 1951. Genres: Medicine/Health, Social work. Career: Todd Nursing Home Inc., Southampton, NY, admissions and case aide, 1972-75; Catholic Charities Child Guidance Institute, NYC, social worker, 1975-76; Jewish Family Services, NYC, social worker, 1976-77; Letchworth Village Developmental Center, Thiells, NY, psychiatric social worker, 1977-78; Catholic Charities Children and Family Counseling Services, Peekskill, NY, psychiatric social worker, 1978-79; St. Joseph's Nursing Home, Yonkers, NY, social worker, 1979-82; St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital Center, social work coordinator for Hospice Program, 1982-84; Fifth Avenue Center for Counseling, NYC, supervisor, 1984-88; Pennsylvania State University, University Park, assistant professor of social welfare, 1988- 90; University of Southern Maine, Portland, assistant professor of social work, 1990-. Private practice of psychotherapy, 1979-; Fordham University, adjunct professor, 1986-88; chair of advanced training program in clinical social work, 1993-. Publications: The Hospice Movement: Easing Death's Pains, 1992. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor of articles and reviews to sociology and social work journals. Address: University of Southern Maine, 96 Falmouth St., Portland, ME 04103, U.S.A.