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Lunch, Laughter, Learn with Lance

Psychiatry meets Psychology

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About Lance Steinberg, M.D.

Lance Steinberg, M.D.  has taught psychopharmacology internationally using humor and emphasizing clinical relevance. As Assistant Clinical Professor at UCLA (Geffen) School of Medicine, he has taught Fellows in Child Psychiatry at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, and has received two Golden Apple Awards for “Outstanding Teaching”. His seminar “Child Psychopharmacology” was awarded ‘Highest Rated Course” from 2000-2010. Dr. Steinberg received the "Exceptional Teaching award in child psychopharmacology for 2018" from the Child Psychiatry Fellowship Program of UCLA/ San Fernando Veterans Administration. 

Lance Steinberg, M.D. graduated from Dartmouth Medical School and was designated a Rock Sleyster Scholar by the A.M.A. as one of the top ten medical students in psychiatry for the United States. He completed a full residency in pediatrics at UCLA and Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, then a fellowship in adolescent medicine with an emphasis on medical-psychiatric interface at Stanford University Hospital and Clinics.  Lance Steinberg, M.D. then trained in psychiatry at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center where he has taught advanced child psychopharmacology, CBT, and self-hypnosis for over twenty years.

 Lance Steinberg, M.D. specialties include Tics, Tourette’s, OCD, ADHD, mood & anxiety disorders, Asperger’s, and Autism. Dr. Steinberg has offices in Calabasas, Encino, and Valencia

Meeting Schedule

January 23 at 12-1PM (PST) medical causes of emotional conditions” why a doctor should always medically evaluate every patient/client you see.

February 20 at 12-1PM (PST) Executive functioning capacity, especially in ADHD”. In other words, what can be done about it educationally and medically.

March 19 at 12-1PM (PST) 0CD, the doubting disease, “who would’ve thought over and over and over”and, “play it again, Sam or something bad will happen “.

April 23 at 12-1PM (PST)- Anxiety, in other words, “what, me worry “.

 May 21 at 12-1PM (PST) Trauma,

“when bad things happen to good people.”

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