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Si Steinberg, M.D.
Dr. Si Steinberg was born and raised in Flint, Michigan.
He attended the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and obtained an undergraduate Bachelors of Science degree in Anthropology-Zoology.
primary undergraduate focus was on Medical Anthropology.
graduated Honors with High Distinction.
Dr. Steinberg attended The University of Michigan Medical School where he was admitted to Alpha Omega Alpha, an honorary medical society for top students.
Following his graduation from medical school in 1986 he attended UCLA where he spent the first two years of his psychiatry residency.
The latter three years of his
residency training, including his
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship, were at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
in New Hampshire.
In addition to his
Child and Adolescent Fellowship, Dr. Steinberg
also obtained subspecialty training in Family Therapy through an externship at The Brattleboro Family Institute
also obtained additional independent training and supervision for the treatment of victims of child abuse and adult survivors of trauma.
Dr. Steinberg then went on to serve as the Clinical Director at a Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Hospital in Lewiston, Idaho.
Simultaneously he became the primary consulting psychiatrist at a regional residential child and adolescent treatment center as well as consulting with rural community mental health clinics in the Lewiston-Clarkston area.
has consulted with various school districts in the Lewiston/Clarkston/Boise/Nampa/Ontario areas.
Currently, Dr. Steinberg is the primary consulting psychiatrist for the State of Idaho Department of Juvenile Corrections, Ada County detention center, and several group homes for adults and children with developmental disabilities.
In addition he is the Medical Director and treating psychiatrist for numerous community mental health clinics in the Treasure Valley.
regularly conducts trainings for physicians, other mental health professionals and the general public in the areas of diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders with particular emphasis on differential diagnosis, child trauma and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, and medication management.