Karen Steinberg, Ph.D.
Dr. Steinberg is a member of the Center for the Study of High Utilizers of Health Care, and the Alcohol Research Center, and the Child Health and Development Institute of Connecticut. She has worked in the area of child maltreatment and prevention, juvenile justice, and psychotherapy development. She has developed and/or evaluated clinical interventions for use with substance abuse problems, adolescent depression and violence, and is interested in the role of psychotherapy process variables and nonspecific aspects of treatment toward clinical outcomes. She has broad research interests in developmental psychopathology, attachment theory and it's applications, and relational development. She is currently working on several projects seeking to identify risk and protective factors associated child neglect, youth violence, and attachment problems in children and adults.