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UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA - SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Curriculum Vitae June 2011. Annie G. Steinberg, M.D. Office Address: The Bridge 31 N. Narberth Ave Narberth, PA 19072 P.O. Box 531 Narberth, PA 19072 610 639- 2667 610 668- 1479

[email protected] http://www.thebridgenarberth.com

http://www.raisingdeafkids.org

Mailing Address: Telephone: Fax E-mail/Websites:

Education:

1975-79 1977-79 & 1980-82 1987.89

B.A. B.A. M.D.

English, Boston University Medical Sciences, Boston University Boston, MA

Boston University School of Medicine Boston, MA American Sign Language Interpreter Training Program, Community College of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA

Postgraduate Training and Fellowship Appointments: 1982-85 Residency Training in General Pediatrics, Children's Hospital National Medical Center, and Clinical Instructor of Pediatrics, George Washington University Medical Center, Washington, DC 1985.87 Fellowship in Adolescent Medicine and Clinical Instructor, Department of Pediatrics, Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY 1987.89 Assistant Instructor of Psychiatry, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 1989-91 Fellowship in Child Psychiatry, Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic, Philadelphia, PA 1989-99 Postdoctoral Clinical Associate in Psychoanalysis, Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, Philadelphia, PA 1990-92 Postdoctoral Trainee in Psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA

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Military Service: 1985-87 Faculty Appointments: 1991-92 1992-2003 Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA 1992-2003 Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics at Children's Seashore House of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA July 2003-Aug Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry at the 2006 Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA July 2003-Aug Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics at the 2006 Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA Sept 2006-present Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Phila, PA Hospital and Administrative Appointments: 1992-00 Director of Psychiatry, Children's Seashore House of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Phila, PA 1992-Aug 2006 Director, Deafness and Family Communication Center, Child Guidance Center of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1992-Aug 2006 Senior Fellow, Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics, University of Pennsylvania, Phila, PA 1998-2004 Co-Founder and Co-Director, Field Center for Children's Policy, Practice, and Research of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 1990- present Psychiatric Consultant, Pennsylvania School for the Deaf, Philadelphia, PA 1995- present Psychiatric Consultant, Lake Drive School, Mountain Lakes, New Jersey 1997- present Psychiatric Consultant, HMS Schoool for Children with Cerebral Palsy, Philadelphia, PA 2007- 2010 Psychiatric Consultant, Deaf Services Center, Milestones Community Healthcare, Inc., Glenside, PA 2010- present Psychiatric Consultant, Philadelphia Children's Alliance, Philadelphia, PA U.S. Public Health Service, National Health Service Corps, The Adolescent Center, New York, NY Adjunct Professor, Department of Counseling, Gallaudet University, Washington, DC Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry at The Child Guidance Center of The Children's

Annie G. Steinberg, M.D. 2011-present Specialty Certification: 1987 1992 1993 1998 2011

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American Board of Pediatrics Certification #34986 American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology #036470 American Board of Child/ Adolescent Psychiatry #3360 American Board of Psychiatry and NeurologySpecialization in Forensic Psychiatry Certification #668 American Board of Psychiatry and NeurologySpecialization in Forensic Psychiatry Certification #668 (Recertification valid through 12/31/21) Pennsylvania -- MD 038770-E DEA Regulation Number -- BS 1502435 National Provider Identification Number- 1689736555

Licensure:

Awards, Honors and Membership in Honorary Societies: 1988 Mead Johnson Fellowship in Public Psychiatry, American Psychiatric Association 1989 Annual Laughlin Award for Merit, National Psychiatric Endowment Fund 1990 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholar, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA 1993 Picker/Commonwealth Award, Picker/Commonwealth Scholars Program 1995 Mary E. Switzer Distinguished Fellow, The National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research 1996 Miracle Maker Award, Children's Miracle Network 1998 The Balu Althreya, M.D. Teaching Award, Children's Seashore House, Philadelphia, PA 2000 Deaf and Hard of Hearing Council of Southeastern Pennsylvania Outstanding Service Award, Philadelphia, PA 2001 Deaf and Hard of Hearing Council of Southeastern Pennsylvania Outstanding Service Award, Philadelphia, PA 2002 Center for Children and Childhood Studies at Rutgers University, Senior Fellowship Award, Camden, NJ 2003 Deaf and Hard of Hearing Council of Southeastern Pennsylvania Person of the Year, Philadelphia, PA Memberships in Professional and Scientific Societies: National Societies:

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American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law American Deafness and Rehabilitation Association American Psychiatric Association American Public Health Association National Association for the Deaf Alexander Graham Bell Association American Society for Deaf Children Association of Clinicians for the Underserved Local Societies: Philadelphia County Medical Society Philadelphia Psychiatric Society Regional Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Deafness Council of Southeastern Pennsylvania Delaware Valley Chapter, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law The College of Physicians of Philadelphia, Section on Medicine, Ethics and the Law Editorial Positions: Journal of The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Journal of the American Medical Association Psychiatric Services Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education Academic Committees at the University of Pennsylvania: Faculty 2000 Working Group on Special Opportunities, 1999-2001 Workgroup on Faculty Diversity: Gender Related Issues 2002 Student Disabilities Services Advisory Board, 2002- present Education/Planning Committee, Practical Applications in Forensic Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, 2005-present Major Teaching and Clinical Responsibilities for the University of Pennsylvania and Affiliated Hospitals: Children's Seashore House of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia: -- Serve as psychiatry discipline coordinator for the University Affiliated Program Leadership in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (1995-2006) -- Direct First Things First, family support program for families with deaf members (1996-2000) -- Provide supervision of clinical services delivered by child and adolescent psychiatry and pediatric residents (1992-2002) and psychology post-doctoral fellows and interns (1992-1999) -- Provide consultation on a contractual basis to county mental health administrators in the development of services for individuals who have a sensory or other developmental disability (1992-2002) -- Coordinate and teach course on public policy and disability for University Affiliated Programs (1995-2006)

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-- Consult with administration regarding and support the development of new programs, e.g. Regional Autism Center, Communication Center, Adoption Center (1997-2000) -- Serve as the psychiatrist for the Regional Autism Center (1999-2000) -- Coordinate and teach the course on neurodevelopment for child psychiatry residents (1992-1999) -- Serve as psychiatrist for Collaborative Office Rounds, Maternal and Child Health funded program for general pediatricians (1998-2000) The Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry of The Children's Hospital of Phila.: -- Clinical evaluation, consultation, training and research related to services for deaf children and adolescents (1992-2004) -- Direct school based mental health clinics at the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf, Sterck State School for the Deaf, Overbrook School for the Blind, Lake Drive School, Home of the Merciful Savior School, and several programs for students who are deaf in the School District of Philadelphia (1992-2004) -- Provide school-based and school-linked mental health consultation to public schools in the Delaware Valley regarding students with special needs who mainstreamed (1992-2004) -- Provide supervision to all staff working with deaf clients, including ongoing consultation with Family Based Mental Health Services for the Deaf (1992-2000) -- Provide attending coverage for residents on the inpatient and outpatient consultation-liaison service, as well as the emergency room (1992-2004) -- Supervise adult and child and adolescent psychiatry residents (1992-present) -- Regularly lecture on a variety of topics for first and second year child and adolescent psychiatry residents (1992-present) The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine -- Co-found and co-direct the Center for Children's Policy, Practice and Research (1998-2004) -- Co-direct the Hate Crimes Consortium (1997-2000) -- Coordinate and co-teach (six month) course on child and adolescent forensic psychiatry based in the Department of Psychiatry for adult and child psychiatrists, psychologists, and other mental health professionals (1998-2002) __ Participate in teaching (lectures and discussion groups) of Integrated Neurosciences, Integrated Problem-Based Learning Sessions, and Clinical Interviewing for medical students (1992-2002) __ Coordinate and teach a child development/ child and adolescent psychiatry continuing education program for the 25 judges in the Family Court of Philadelphia (2002-2007) __ Coordinate and teach a continuing legal education series for public defenders and judges in the Child Welfare Early Childhood Initiative (2005-2007) __ Provide lectures to fellows in Forensic Psychiatry on topics related to Child and Adolescent Forensic Psychiatry

Lectures by Invitation: 1996 "Mental Health Needs and Services for Deaf Children and Their

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International 1996 Education 1996 Environment?" 1996 Philadelphia, PA 1996 1996 1996 Children. 1996 1996 Clinical 1996 1997 Dilemmas in 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 Center, 1997

Families: Parents' and Teachers' Perspectives" The 18th Congress on the Education of the Deaf, Tel Aviv, Israel "School Based Mental Health Services: A Collaborative Model for Children Who Are Deaf" The 18th International Congress on of the Deaf. Tel Aviv, Israel "Trust in the Patient-Doctor Relationship: What Is Its Role, What Influences It, and Is It Under Siege in a Managed Care The Picker Institute, St. Louis, MO "'She Looks Just Like You.' Sensitivity to Adoption Issues in Childhood and Adolescence" Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. "Oral-Manual Controversy: Why the Debate Continues." Regional Hearing Professionals' Network, Children's Seashore House. Phila, PA. The Consumers' Perspective in Mental Health Services Breakout, Chicago, IL. "Choices Parents Make: A Dialogue About Family Decision Making After the Diagnosis of Deafness." American Society for Deaf Omaha, NE "Psychiatry for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing" Deaf Care of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC "Cultural Implication of Providing Psychiatric Services to Persons Who are Deaf" North Carolina Department of Human Resources Update, Fayetteville, NC "For A Deaf Son: Difficult Choices Parents Make." American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Philadelphia, PA "Practical Issues and Psychiatry: Mentoring the Trainee Through Muddy Waters" American Academy of Forensic Sciences Ethical Forensic, New York, NY "Deaf Children with Diverse Needs" Developmental Perspectives on Deaf Individuals, Gallaudet University, Washington, DC "Diagnostic and Therapeutic Challenges in Work with Clients Who Are Deaf," University of Missouri, Columbia, Columbia, MO "Listening with More than Ears: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Interventions with Clients who are Deaf," University of St. Louis, St. Louis, MO "Anticipatory Guidance and the Adoptive Family," Pediatrics Collaborative Office Rounds, Philadelphia, PA "Pervasive Developmental Disorders- Diagnostic and Therapeutic Considerations" Deafcare of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC "Surrogate Decision-Making for the Child who is Deaf," The Helen BeeBee Center, Fort Washington, PA "Utilities, Values, and Preferences for Outcomes- The Evolution of A Study," Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Pediatric Outcomes Philadelphia, PA "Choosing a Cochlear Implant: Parental Concerns and Expectations in the Decision-Making Process," Society for Ear Nose and Throat Advances in Children, Fort Lauderdale, FL

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"Communication Choices for Children With Hearing Losses" Gauntlett Community Center, Newtown Square, PA "Is Loneliness an Overlooked Factor in the Workplace for Employees who are Deaf?" National Training Conference on Federal Employees who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. Natcher Conference Center, Bethesda, MD "Listening With More Than Ears: Working Effectively with Individuals who are Deaf," Western Missouri Mental Health, Kansas City, MO "Oral Deaf Americans: In Their Own Words," Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf, Little Rock, AR "The Influence of Family Values on Parental Decision Making," American Society for Deaf Children, Rochester, NY "Shared Language and Psychiatry: The Impact of Deafness," Missouri Department of Mental Health, Kansas City, MO "Addressing Under-served Children by Creating Communities in the Schools: The Partnership Programs," National Conference on School Mental Health, Virginia Beach, VA "Ethical Dilemmas in Forensic Psychiatry: Mentoring the Trainee Through Muddy Waters," Center for Bioethics, University of Pennsylvania Health System, Philadelphia, PA "Psychological Profiles of the Juvenile Hate Offender," Conference on Youth and Hate Crimes, Philadelphia, PA "Clinical Responses to Hate Crimes Offenders: Screening, Assessment, Treatment," National Conference on Youth and Hate Crimes, Phila, PA "General Issues in Diagnostic Screening of Individuals Who Are Deaf", American Public Health Association, Washington, DC "Lip-reading from the Stirrups", American Public Health Association, Washington, DC "Medical-Mental Health Interface: Challenges and Opportunities, - The Children's Mental Health Alliance Project", American Public Health Association, Washington, DC "Deaf Women and Access to Health Services," Office of Women's Health, Washington, D.C. "Money in the Bank: Stress, the Family, and Change," Gallaudet University, Washington, DC "Beyond 101: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Challenges in Working with Individuals who are Deaf," The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, Westchester, NY "Mental Health Services at Schools for the Blind," Pennsylvania Vision Conference, Harrisburg, PA "Children's Mental Health Services: Changing Roles and Shifting Paradigms, The Picker/Commonwealth Scholars Program Meeting, Chicago, IL "The Primary-Specialty Care Interface for Children's Mental Services," The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Simon Wile Symposium, Chicago, IL

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"Sign Here: Deaf Patients' Perspectives on Healthcare Communication," American Public Health Association, Chicago, IL "Translation Challenges in Mental Health Diagnostic Screening," American Public Health Association, Chicago, IL "Stages in the Adaptation of a Psychiatric Diagnostic Instrument or the Deaf," American Public Health Association, Chicago, IL "Developmental Considerations of Adoption: An Update for Pediatricians," Westchester Hospital, Westchester, PA "Increasing Employment Outcomes for Individuals who are Deaf, Deaf-Blind, and Hard of Hearing," Region III Training Forum on Issues of Vocational Rehabilitation, Philadelphia. PA "Psychological Factors in Hate Crimes and Community-Based Interventions," Regional Youth and Hate Crimes Community Forum, Bala Cynwyd, PA "Children's Mental Health: Where are we Heading?," Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics Research Seminar, Phila, PA "Listening with More than Ears: Working with Clients who are Deaf," Reading Hospital, Reading, PA "Mental Illnesses and Disorders and The Psychiatric Interview", Region Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, New York, NY "Child-Centered, Vertically Structured, and Interdisciplinary: An Integrative Approach to Children's Policy, Practice, and Research," International Family Law Conference, Brisbane, Australia "Do You See What She Said? Creating Access to Health Care for Deaf Women." National Association for the Deaf, Norfolk, VA "Parental Decision Making for Infants with Hearing Impairment," International Conference on Newborn Hearing Screening Diagnosis and Intervention, Milan, Italy "Communication When the Patient is Deaf: Perspectives of Clinicians and Patients," American Public Health Association Meeting, Boston, MA "The Diagnostic Interview Schedule for Use with Individuals who are Deaf (DDIS-IV): Preliminary Findings," American Public Health Association, Boston, MA "Signs and symptoms: Patient/Provider Communication When the Patient is Deaf," Bayer Institute for Health Communication, Halifax, Nova Scotia "Children's Mental Health and the Primary-Specialty Care Interface," Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality - Effectiveness of Children's Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment in the General Health Sector, Rockville, MD "Translation Challenges and Strategies in Psychiatric Diagnostic Interviews," St. George's Mental Health NHS Trust, London, Great Britain "Shifting Paradigms in Treatment Approaches to Adolescent Depression," Maria de los Santos Health Center, Philadelphia, PA "ASL Translation Challenges and Strategies: Psychiatric Diagnostic

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Interviews and Videotaped Standardized Instruments," Breakout VII, Raleigh, NC. "Infants and Children with a Spectrum of Hearing Loss and Visual Impairment," National Infancy and Early Childhood Training Course, Mclean, VA. "The Mind and the Brain: Perspectives on Adaptation and Resilience from Child Psychiatry," Brown University, Providence, RI "Improving Long-Term Outcomes for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Sensory Disabilities," Interdisciplinary Council on Developmental and Learning Disorders International Conference, McLean, VA. "Decision Making in the `Best Interest' of the Child: The Child in Protective Services and in Custody Deliberations," Rutgers University Center on Children and Childhood Studies, Camden, NJ. "Listening to Parents: Parental Attitudes toward Genetic Testing," ASHA Audiology 2004, Orlando, FL "Complex Information about Deafness in Plain Language," ASHA Audiology, Orlando, FL "Genetic Testing and Counseling," ASHA Audiology 2004, Orlando, FL "Reaching Out to Underserved Parents on the Internet," National Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Meeting, Washington, D.C. "Supporting and Teaching Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Families: An Integrated Approach Incorporating the Principles of the Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship Based (DIR) Model," Autism Society of America, Philadelphia, PA "Reaching the Unreachable: Web Based Resources for Parents with Limited Access, International Newborn Hearing Screening, Como,Italy. "Parental Decision Making in Considering Cochlear Implant Technology for a Deaf Child, International Newborn Hearing Screening,

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Privacy Collides with Care: The Bureaucratization of Privacy," Reading Hospital, Reading, PA "An Interdisciplinary Examination of Genetic Testing of Deafness," The National Institute of Health, Bethesda, MD "Parental Narratives and Genetic Testing of Deafness: Improving Communication in an Evolving Field," American Public Health Association, Washington, D.C. "Hard Lessons Learned: Next Steps for Philadelphia," Behavioral Health Summit, Philadelphia, PA "Asperger Syndrome on Campus- Unique Challenges, Unparalleled Opportunities," Student Disabilities Support Services Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA "Sensory Approaches to Education for the Multiply Disabled Student," HMS School, Philadelphia, PA "A Lifelong Approach to Working with Families in Early Intervention Services," Western States Early Intervention Regional Conference,

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Albuquerque, New Mexico "Special Issues in Early Intervention with Hispanic Families of Children with a Hearing Loss," Center for Disease Control and Prevention Teleconference, Atlanta, Georgia "Exposure to Violence in the Very Young Child: Post Traumatic Stress Responses and Attachment Relationships," in `Working with Children Ages Three to Six' Headstart Conference, Philadelphia, PA "Deinstitutionalizing Deaf Patients in New Jersey Case by Case," Delaware Valley Regional American Academy of Forensic Psychiatry, Philadelphia, PA "Playing to Learn, Playing to Communicate: Developmental Based Play and the Child who is DeafPlus," Kendall School at Gallaudet University, Washington, D.C. "Asperger Syndrome and College: Opportunities for Success", Annual University of Pennsylvania Autism Network Conference, Phila, PA. "El Nino Pobrecito: Shifting Negative Stereotypes of Disability among Hispanic-American Families," Rhode Island Hearing Assessment Program Annual Seminar, Providence, RI. "Building Enduring Parent- Professional Relationships with Diverse Families: The Twenty Year Perspective," Rhode Island Hearing Assessment Program Annual Seminar, Providence, RI. "Understanding Infant Development: Ensuring the Healthy Development of Infants in Foster Care," Public Defender's Association, Philadelphia,PA "Asperger Disorder on Campus: Unique Challenges, Unparalleled Opportunities," Asperger Syndrome Education Network, Woodbridge, NJ "Asperger Disorder: An Update," Student Disabilities Service Sixth Annual Disability Symposium, Philadelphia, PA "Asperger Disorder: Implications for Educating Gifted Students," School of Education, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA "Evidence and Reasoning in Forensic Opinions," Delaware Valley Regional Chapter of the American Academy of Forensic Psychiatry, Philadelphia, PA "Attachment and Disorders of Attachment: Clinical Implications and Treatment Approaches," Specialists in Schools, Philadelphia, PA "Asperger Disorder and Co-Morbidities," Annual University of Pennsylvania Autism Network Conference, Philadelphia, PA 19104 "Cerebral Palsy and Mental Health Issues," Conference on Empowering Children with Complex Medical and Educational Needs, Philadelphia, PA "Educating the Child who is Deaf and has Multiple Disabilities," Boystown National Medical Center, Omaha, NE "Child Centered Decision Making: Child Abuse and Neglect in Context," Widener University Annual Conference (full day training), Chester, PA "PTSD in Civil Litigation involving Children and Adolescents," Delaware Valley Regional Chapter of the American Academy of Forensic Psychiatry, Philadelphia, PA "Effective Child Abuse Interfventions for Individuals with Disabilities,"

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Philadelphia Children's Alliance Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA 2010 2010 2010 "Asperger Disorder and the Hazards of Internet Use," Asperger Syndrome Education Network, Woodbridge, NJ "Internet Use and ASD: Perils, Pitfalls and Preventive Strategies," Penn Autism Network Annual Conference, Horsham, PA "Child Development & Investigative Interviewing: A Framework for Children, Adolescents, & Individuals with Developmental Disabilities," Philadelphia Children's Alliance Citywide Training (half day workshop), Philadelphia, PA "Long Term Effects of Childhood Trauma," First Judicial District of Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas Civil Mental Health Program Continuing Legal Education, City Hall, Philadelphia, PA "Bullying in the Schools and Civil Litigation," Delaware Valley Regional Chapter of the American Academy of Forensic Psychiatry, Philadelphia, PA

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Organizing Roles in Scientific Meetings: 1992 "The Americans with Disabilities Act," American Psychiatric Association, Washington, DC- Workshop Organizer and Presenter 1992 "Psychotherapy with Deaf Clients," American Psychiatric Association, Washington, DC- Symposium Organizer and Presenter 1993 "Provision of Mental Health Services for Individuals Who are Deaf-U.S. and Canadian Experience," American Psychiatric Association, Philadelphia, PA- Workshop Organizer and Presenter 1994 "Psychiatrists - Psychologists: Celebrating Differences!," American Psychiatric Association, Philadelphia, PA ­ Workshop Organizer and Presenter 1994 "Deaf Culture: Mental Health Considerations," American Psychiatric Association, Philadelphia, PA- Workshop Organizer and Presenter 1995 "Mother-Baby Interactions A Multidisciplinary Approach," American Psychiatric Association, Philadelphia, PA- Workshop Organizer and Presenter 1996 "DSM IV and Deaf Persons: Adequacy of Diagnostic Paradigms." American Psychiatric Association, New York, NY- Workshop Organizer 1996 "Access to Mental Health Services: Deafness as a Model. American Psychiatric Association, New York, NY- Symposium Organizer and Presenter 1998 "Youth and Hate Crimes: Prevention and Intervention Strategies- First National Conference." Philadelphia, PA- Program Director, Conference Coordinator and Presenter 1998 "Advances in Health Care Access for Individuals Who Are Deaf," American Public Health Association, Washington, DC ­ Workshop Organizer and Presenter 1998 "Prevention for Children with Special Needs: An Abuse Prevention Model

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1998 1999 1999 2006 Coordinator, Bibliography:

for Families with Deaf Children," National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, Cincinnati, OH- Workshop Organizer and Presenter "Children's Mental Health Alliance Project", University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA - Project Director and Consensus Conference Organizer "Families: The Jewel in the Cereal Box- An Interdisciplinary Conference on School/Family Relationships." Gallaudet University, Washington, D.C.- Conference Organizer and Presenter "Perspectives on Health Care Communication," American Public Health Association, Chicago, IL- Symposium Organizer and Presenter "Babies Can't Wait- Child Welfare Early Childhood Initiative," Coordinator, Judicial Training Project," Philadelphia, PAJudicial Training

Research Publications, peer reviewed Steinberg, A.G. "Issues in Providing Mental Health Services to Hearing-Impaired Persons." Hospital & Community Psychiatry, 42(4);380-9, 1991. Meadow-Orlans, K.P., Steinberg, A.G. "Effects of Infant Hearing Loss and Maternal Support on Mother-Infant Interactions at Eighteen Months, Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 14; 407-26, 1993. Steinberg, M., Steinberg, A. "Systematic Assessment of MPD in Adolescents using the SCID-D: Three Case Studies," Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, No. 2, 1995, Vol. 59. Steinberg, A., Steinberg, M. "Systematic Assessment of Multiple Personality Disorder in an Adolescent Who is Blind," Dissociation, Vol. 7, No. 2, 1994. Steinberg, A., Davila, J.R., Collazo, J., Fischgrund, J., Loew, R.C. "A Little Sign and Lot of Love...Attitudes, Perceptions, and Beliefs of Hispanic Families with Deaf Children". Qualitative Health Research, Vol. 7, No. 2, 202-222, 1997. Steinberg, A., Sullivan, V.J., Loew, R.C. "Cultural and Linguistic Barriers to Mental Health Service Access: The Deaf Consumer's Perspective," American Journal of Psychiatry, 155:7, 982-984, 1998. Steinberg, A., Lipton, D.S., Eckhardt, E.A., Goldstein, M. & Sullivan, V.J. "The Diagnostic Interview Schedule for Deaf Patients on Interactive Video: A Preliminary Investigation," American Journal of Psychiatry, 155:11, 1603-4, l998. Steinberg, A., Sullivan, V.J., Montoya, L.A. "Loneliness and Social Isolation in the Workplace for Deaf Individuals During the Transition Years." Journal of Applied Rehabilitation counseling, 30:1, 22-30, l999. Vernon, M., Steinberg, A., Montoya, L. "Deaf Murderers: Clinical and Forensic Issues," Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 17: 495-516, 1999. Eckhardt, E., Steinberg, A., Lipton, D.S., Montoya, L., Goldstein, M.F. "Innovative Directions in Mental Health Assessment Part III: Use of Interactive Video Technology in Assessment: A Research Project." Journal of the American Deafness and Rehabilitation Association, 32: 2, 20-30, 1999. Steinberg, A.,Brainsky, A., Bain, L., Montoya, l., Indenbaum, M., Potsic, W. "Parental Values in the Decision About Cochlear Implantation."International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngo logy, 55: 99-107, 2000.

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Steinberg, A and Bain, L. "Parental decision making for infants with hearing impairment." International Pediatrics 16,1: 2001. Steinberg, A., Park, J., Finkel, S. "The Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorders in Children Who are Blind" Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 4: 2, 133-152, 2002. Steinberg, A., Marano, H. "Autistic Spectrum Disorder and its Identification in Children Who are Blind: A Clinical Perspective from the Field." J. Autism and Developmental Disorders, 4: 2, 153-184, 2002. Steinberg, A., Woodhouse B.B., Cowan, A.B. "Child-Centered, Vertically Structured, and Interdisciplinary: An Integrative Approach to Protecting the Rights of Children." Family Court Review, 40:1, 118-136, 2002. Steinberg, A., Wiggins, E., Barmada, C., Sullivan, V.J. "Deaf Women: Experiences and Perceptions of Healthcare System Access" Journal of Women's Health and Gender Based Medicine, 11:8, 1-13, 2002. Steinberg, A., Iezzoni, L., Conill, A., Stineman, M. "Reasonable Accommodations for Medical Faculty with Disabilities," Journal of the American Medical Association, 288: 31473154, 2003. Li, Y., Bain, L., Steinberg, A. "Parental Decision Making in the Communication Modality for Children who are Deaf," Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine, 157:162-168, 2003. Steinberg, A., Bain, L., Delgado, G., Ruperto, V. "Decisions Hispanic Families Make After the Diagnosis of Deafness." Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 8 (3): 291- 314, 2003. Steinberg, A., Brooks, J. Remtulla, T. "Youth Hate Crimes: Identification, Prevention and Intervention," American Journal of Psychiatry, 160: 979-989, 2003. Beyer, M., Blair, G., Katz, S., Simkins, S. Steinberg, A. "How the Juvenile Justice System Fails Girls," Wisconsin Women's Law Journal, 18: 51-75, 2003. Bain, L., Scott, S., Steinberg, A. Socialization Experiences and Coping Strategies of Adults Raised using Spoken Language, Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 9 (1): 120128, 2003. Montoya, L.A., Egnatovitch, R., Eckhardt, E., Goldstein, M., Steinberg, A.G. "Translation Challenges and Strategies: The ASL Translation of a Computer-based Psychiatric Diagnostic Interview," Sign Language Studies, 4:4, 314- 344, 2004. Li, Y., Bain, L., Steinberg, A., "Parental Decision Making in Considering Cochlear Implant Technology for a Deaf Child." International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 68: 1027-1038, 2004. Steinberg, A., Barnett, S. Meador, H.E., Wiggins, E. Zazove, P. "Healthcare System Access: Experiences and Perceptions of Deaf People" Journal of General Internal Medicine, 21:3, 260-266, 2006. Steinberg, A., Bain, L. Ewing, R., Li, Y. "Meeting the Public's Health Information Needs: A Plain Language Website To Reach Underserved Parents of Deaf Children." Health Communication, 143A: 14, 1533-1545, 2007. Steinberg, A., Kaimal, K., Li, Y., Ewing, R., Soslow, L., Lewis, K. Krantz, I. "Parental Narratives of Genetic Testing for Hearing Loss: Implications for Audiologists Working with Children with Hearing Loss." American Journal of Audiology, 16: 1-11, 2007. Steinberg, A., Kaimal, G., Bain, L., Krantz, I., Li, Y. "Parental Narratives of Genetic Testing for

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Children with Hearing Loss: A Qualitative Inquiry." American Journal of Medical Genetics, 143A: 14, 1533-1545, 2007. Li, Y., Steinberg, A. Bain, L., Yaeger, D., Bieler, A., Ewing, R., Kaimal, G., Krantz, I. "Assessing Parental Attitudes toward Genetic Testing for Childhood Hearing Loss: Before and After Genetic Consultation." American Journal of Medical Genetics 143A: 14, 1546-1553, 2007. Kaimal, G., Steinberg, A., Ennis, S. Harasink, S., Ewing, R., Li, Y. "Parental Narratives about Genetic Testing for Hearing Loss: A One Year Follow Up Study." Journal of Genetic Counseling, 16: 6, 775-787, 2007. Contributions to peer-reviewed clinical research publications, participation cited but not authorship: The Committee on Disabilities of the Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry. "Issues to Consider in Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Patients," American Family Physician, 56:8, 20572064, l997. Research Publications, non-peer reviewed: none Abstracts: 1998 DC 1998 1998 1999 1999 1999 2001 2002 2003 2003 "The Diagnostic Interview Schedule for Deaf Patients on Interactive Video: A Preliminary Investigation," American Psychiatric Association, Toronto, Canada "Lip-reading in the Stirrups: An Investigation of Deaf Women's Perspective of the Health, Health Care and Providers" National Service Corps., 25th Anniversary Conference, Washington, DC "The Children's Mental Health Alliance Project- An Update," The National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors Research Institute, Alexandria, VA "Assessment of Quality of Life and Preferences of Parents and Children who are Deaf," Agency for Health Services Research, Chicago, IL "Parental Values in Decision Making for Children who are Deaf," American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Chicago, IL "Parental Decision Making in the Communication Modality for Children who are Deaf," Society for Medical Decision Making, San Diego, CA "Psychiatric diagnosis in a Deaf sample using an American Sign Language version of the DIS-IV," American Psychiatric Association, Philadelphia, PA. "Plain Language on the Internet:Helping Parents Make Decisions for their Children with Hearing Loss," American Public Health Association, San Francisco, CA "Distilling to the Essence: Complex Language about Deafness in Plain Language," American Public Health Association, San Francisco, CA "Silent Minority Among Us: Creating Access to Health Care With The Deaf Community," National Health Service Corps, Washington,

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"Translation of Diagnostic Measures for Individuals who are Deaf," American Public Health Association, San Francisco, CA "Results of a Trial of the Diagnostic Interview Schedule- IV in American Sign Language for Individuals who are Deaf," American Public Health Association, San Francisco, CA "Parental Attitudes Toward Hearing Loss and Genetic Testing," American Academy of Audiology, Salt Lake City, UT "Parents' Attitudes and Beliefs about Genetic Testing for Hearing Loss," International Newborn Hearing Screening, Como, Italy "Parental Narratives about Genetic Testing for Hearing Loss: A Qualitative Inquiry," International Qualitative Health Research Conference, Edmonton, Canada "Parental Perceptions of Genetic Testing," Society for Ear, Nose and Throat Advances for Children, San Francisco, CA

Editorials, Reviews, Chapters Meadow-Orlans, K.P., Steinberg, A.G. "Effects of Infant Hearing Loss on Mother-Infant Interactions at Eighteen Months" in Interaction and Support: Mothers and Deaf Infants Bureau of Maternal and Child Health and Resources Development, HRSA, PHS, DHHS, 1991. Steinberg, A.G. "Adolescent Resiliency," White, F. and McCrone, P., Trotter, C., eds. Drug Abuse in Prevention with Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students, Gallaudet University Monograph, 1991. Steinberg, A.G. "Deafness" in Noshpitz, J., and Alensig, N.E (Eds.) Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Volume IV (pp. 364- 377). Wiley, New York. 1997. Steinberg, A.G., DaCosta, A.M. "Behavioral/Emotional Adjustment in Children Who are Deaf and Hearing Impaired." in Schwartz M.W., et al.(Eds.), Pediatric Primary Care: A Problem Oriented Approach, pp. 943-948, Mosby, 1997. DaCosta, A.M., Steinberg, A.G. "Hearing Impairment." in Schwartz, M.W.,et al. (Eds.), Pediatric Primary Care: A Problem Oriented Approach, pp. 839-844, Mosby, 1997. Steinberg, A.G., Kappen, B., "Visual Impairment and Blindness," in Schwartz, M.W., et al. (Eds.), Pediatric Primary Care: A Problem Oriented Approach. pp. 849-854, Mosby, 1997. Steinberg, A.G., "Hearing: Sounds and Silences," in Batshaw, M.L., Children with Disabilities,(4th Ed.), pp. 241-274, Brookes, 1997. Steinberg, A.G., Loew, R.C., Sullivan, V.J. "The Diversity of Consumer Knowledge, Attitudes, Beliefs, and Experiences: Recent Findings," in Leigh, I.W. Mental Health Interventions and the Deaf Community. Gallaudet University Press, 1999. Steinberg, A.G., Bain, L.B. "Hearing Impairment," in Batshaw, M. Your Child Has a Disability: The Complete Sourcebook of Daily and Medical Care, (2nd Ed.), Brookes Publishing Company, 2000. Steinberg, A.G. "Narrative and the Child who is Deaf," in Spenser, P., Marsharck, M. The Deaf Child in the Family and at School, Gallaudet University Press, 2000. Woodhouse, B.B., Steinberg, A.G. "Let's treat kids as kids," The National Law Journal,

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November 8, l999. Herer, G.R., Steinberg, A., Knightly, C. Hearing Sounds and Silences," in Batshaw, M.L. Children with Disabilities, (5th Ed.), Brookes, 2002. Steinberg AG, Bain L, Li Y, Montoya L, Ruperto V. A Look at the Decisions Hispanic Families Make After the Diagnosis of Deafness. Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center. Gallaudet University. Washington, DC 2002. Also available electronically at: http://clerccenter2.gallaudet.edu/KidsWorldDeafNet. Accessed: August, 2002. Steinberg, A., Woodhouse B.B., Cowan, A.B. "Child-Centered, Vertically Structured, and Interdisciplinary: An Integrative Approach to Children's Policy, Practice and Research," in Jarvis, S. Family Law: Processes, Practices and Pressures. Pp. 339-360, Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2003. Steinberg, A., Peckham, S., Silver, J. "Equal Access to Education: Enrollment for Foster Children," The Philadelphia Inquirer, September 3, 2002. Steinberg, A. Iezzoni, L. Conill, A., Stineman, M. "Faculty with Disabilities- Reasonable Accommodations"- Response to Letters to the Editor, The Journal of the American Medical Association, February, 2003. Stineman, M., Steinberg, A., Iezzoni, I.Conill, A. "The Promotion of Medical Faculty with Disabilities," The American Academy of Physiatry Newsletter, Spring 2003. Steinberg, A., Montoya, L. "Deaf Patients Lead Psychiatrists to New Landscapes," Psychiatric Times, pp. 97-99, May, 2003. Steinberg, A., Woodhouse B.B., Cowan, A.B. "Child-Centered, Vertically Structured, and Interdisciplinary: An Integrative Approach to Children's Policy, Practice and Research," in On Teaching Family Law: Essays from the Family Court Review. The Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 2004. Meadow-Orlans, K., Steinberg, A. "Mother-Infant Interactions at Twelve and Eighteen Months: Stress and Support," in, The World of Deaf Infants: A Developmental Perspective, pp. 115-131, Oxford University Press, 2004. Meadow-Orlans, K., Spencer, P.E., Koester, L.S. Steinberg, A. "Implications for Intervention with Infants and Families," in, The World of Deaf Infants: A Developmental Perspective, pp. 218-228, Oxford University Press, 2004. Steinberg, A. "Bringing Educators' and Parents' Perspectives to a Broad Readership: An Introduction to the Odyssey Special Issue on Autism and Deafness," in Oddysey, Gallaudet University Press, March 2008. Steinberg, A.G., Loew, R.C., Sullivan, V.J. "The Diversity of Consumer Knowledge, Attitudes, Beliefs, and Experiences," in Leigh, I.W. Mental Health Interventions and the Deaf Community. Gallaudet University Press, 2010. Blair, G., Steinberg, A. "The Forensic Assessment of Child Abuse and Neglect" in Drogin, E.Y., Dattilio, F.M., Sadoff, R.L., and Gutheil, T.G. Handbook of Forensic Assessment: Psychological and Psychiatric Perspectives. Wiley and Sons, publication pending. Books: Steinberg, A.G., Gadomski, A., Wilson, M.D. Children's Mental Health: The Challenging Interface Between Primary and Specialty Care. Smith-Edwards-Dunlap, Inc., 1999. Alternative Media: "Deaf Don't Go Buy Radios": The Management of Intergenerational Family Violence,

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Family Therapy Training Videotape, Philadelphia Child Guidance Center, 1992. RaisingDeafKids.org: a website for parents of children with a hearing loss in plain language Grants (only 2001-2006 listed below): The Van Pelt Foundation (Steinberg (P.I.) 2002- 2006 Improved Decision Making on Behalf of Children and Adolescents in Family Courts A judicial training program designed to inform judges about relevant child development and psychiatric evidence base to guide best interest decision making. Pew Charitable Trust (Steinberg (P.I.) 2003-2005 Comprehensive Evaluations and Better Decision Making for Philadelphia's Children A program of interdisciplinary evaluations for high risk children identified by the court and the child's legal representative designed to inform decisions made on his/her behalf at critical junctures in permanency planning and placement within the child welfare system. 1R01 DC05247- 01A1 (Krantz (P.I) 2002- 2006 National Institute of Deafness & Other Communication Disorders Outcomes of Genetic Testing for Hearing Impairment This project assesses parental understanding, beliefs, and attitudes about genetic testing for hearing loss as a means of promoting improved clinical management of families and betterinformed decision making. 1R03DC04486 (Li (P.I.) 2002- 2005 National Instititute of Deafness and Communication Disorders Balancing Survival and Cisplatin Ototoxicity This study examined the surrogate decision making on behalf of the child who has needs chemotherapy but is at risk of hearing loss using a time tradeoff model. , 1R03DC04486 (Steinberg (P.I.) 2001-2005 National Institute of Deafness and Communication Disorders Building a Comprehensive Hearing Loss Site in Cyberspace The goal of this project is to develop a website for information dissemination regarding intervention decisions for parents whose child is identified as deaf and to result in increased information access/improved decision making 1 R01 HG02189-02, (Sankar (P.I.) 2000-2003 National Institute of Health- Ethical, Legal, Social Implications of the Human Genome Project Understanding Difference: Genetics and Social Identity The goals of this project included the determination of the factors people use in interpreting and understanding genetic conditions and an investigation of how these factors contribute to stigmatization. DHHS/Regional Office of Women's Health- (Steinberg (P.I.) 2001-2002 Health Education and Awareness Program: Preventive Health for Deaf Girls and Women

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Preventive health information campaign for Deaf girls and women in the Eastern Pennsylvania region.

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