Dominique Moyse Steinberg

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  • Dominique Moyse Steinberg (CSW, ACSW, DSW) is Chair of the Social Group Work Sequence at Hunter College School of Social Work, where she teaches Social Group Work Practice for Group Work Majors, a Practice Lab, Research Methods, and an Integrative Seminar. On the adjunct faculty as of 1986 Steinberg left HC in 1997 to teach at Smith College SSW until 2004, when she returned to HCSSW full time, assuming Chair of the sequence in 2005. A prolific writer with regular contributions to the professional literature, Steinberg has special interest in method, mutual aid, practice ethics and effectiveness, elder care, conflict resolution, and communication.  On the Editorial Boards of Social Work With Groups and The Journal of Teaching in Social Work, in addition to being a member of AASWG since 1985 and Treasurer of AASWG since 2007 and the chair of the Symposium Planning Committee, Steinberg is also a member of NASW and ACR and an ACSW Fellow.
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