Dr. Steiner is passionate about helping patients and therapists live life to the fullest. She gives keynote addresses, leads workshops, is a motivational speaker, and consults with patients, organizations, practicing therapists, and health care workers.
"Dr. Steiner's work is important and should be shared with as many people as possible!"
— Sue Bender, author of the New York Times bestseller Plain and Simple and Everyday Sacred
This site includes a wide range of information and tools for psychotherapists including:
- The Medical Information Form™, a free, downloadable method for patients to keep track of their medication and emergency contact information
- Information about Dr. Steiner's therapy with individuals, couples, and groups to deepen interpersonal relationships
- The Therapist's Professional Will™: Guidelines for Managing Absence - This downloadable system takes the critical issue of providing therapeutic continuity for clients from concept to practical application. 6-hour law and ethics courses available to help participants meet the ethical requirement of planning for temporary or permanent absence from practice
- How to Create and Sustain Groups that Thrive: Therapist's Workbook and Planning Guide, an easy-to-use manual that helps readers form and maintain cohesive, durable and effective groups
- The Rollercoaster of Chronic Illness — How to Add Joy to the Ride, an inspirational podcast
- Recommended Readings
- Health Resources
- Articles about dealing with chronic pain, medical illness, therapy groups, and important issues for therapists
- Speaking engagements and consultation services for consumers, mental health professionals, medical professionals, attorneys and small business owners
The American Group Psychotherapy Association recently asked Dr. Steiner to be videotaped for a You Tube clip about the benefits of group therapy, specifically for people with medical issues and illnesses.
I am putting the finishing touches on my new book, Groups That Thrive: Workbook and Planning Guide - a handbook for group leaders in a wide range of settings. From work groups, leaders of book groups, writer’s and critique groups, self-help groups, to community organizations. Like my popular book for therapists, this workbook and planning guide includes an overview of different kinds of groups, leadership tips, sample group agreements, online netiquette agreements, tips for dealing with "difficult group members," etc.
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