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Sheinberg, Marcia 1943-

SHEINBERG, Marcia 1943-


PERSONAL: Born March 10, 1943, in Brooklyn, NY. Education: Rutgers University, B.A., 1965; New York University, M.S.W., 1970; Ackerman Institute for the Family, postgraduate certificate in family therapy, 1979.


ADDRESSES: Offıce—Ackerman Institute for the Family, 149 East 78th St., New York, NY 10021.


CAREER: Children's Aid Society, Buffalo, NY, staff member, 1970-71; part-time social worker for public schools in Princeton, NJ, 1972-82; Ackerman Institute for the Family, New York, NY, clinical faculty member, 1980—, cofounder of Ackerman Violence and Gender Project, 1984-89, director of clinical service, 1987-92, founder and director of Ackerman Sex Abuse Project, 1988—, director of training, 1992—, director of training and clinical services, 1998—. Private practice of psychotherapy, 1980—; New York State Child Advocacy Resource and Consultation Center, member of board of advisors; participant in workshops in the United States and abroad; consultant to New York City Hospital Chaplains.

MEMBER: American Family Therapy Association, American Association of Marriage and Therapy.


AWARDS, HONORS: Grants from Squib, Doris Jones Stein Foundation, Ms. Foundation, Seth Sprague Foundation, NIFTI Foundation, Frances and Edwin Cummings Foundation, Educational Fund of America, Ronald McDonald Children's Charities, Henry and Lucy Moses Foundation, New-Land Foundation, and Michael Charles Foundation.


WRITINGS:


(With Peter Fraenkel) The Relational Trauma of Incest:An Integrated Family-based Approach to Treatment, Guilford Press (New York, NY), 2000.


Contributor to books, including The Family Therapist as System Consultant, edited by L. Wynne, T. Weber, and S. H. McDaniel, Guilford Press (New York, NY), 1985. Contributor to periodicals, including Psychotherapy Networker, Journal of Systemic and Strategic Therapy, Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, and Family Systems Medicine. Member of advisory editorial board, Family Process and Journal of Feminist Family Therapy.

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