Elizabeth Steinberg, MA is currently in her fourth year of graduate studies at Temple University. She is broadly interested in the influences of social, biological, and contextual factors on the development of externalizing behavior disorders in children.
Steinberg is a therapist at the Child and Adolescent Anxiety Disorders Clinic at Temple University and at the Pediatric Neuropsychology Program at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She currently works with Deborah Drabick, PhD, at Temple University, on the Child Health and Behavior Study, a research project examining processes that may be related to externalizing problems and co-occurring psychological conditions in childhood. Steinberg’s research at Temple University focuses on risk and resiliency factors for children in a largely minority, low-income sample with significant contextual risk. Steinberg also works on the Positive Adolescent Health Project as a research assistant for Laurence Steinberg, PhD.
Steinberg has presented papers at numerous professional conferences, such as the Society for Prevention Research, the Society for Research in Child Development, and the Society for Research on Adolescence.
Steinberg received her BA in psychology from Yale University, and her MA in clinical psychology from Temple University.