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Steven A. Rosenberg, PhD     Steven A. Rosenberg, PhD

 

Phone:  303-724-9121

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Steven A. Rosenberg, PhD

Associate Professor


ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS, PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS, AND HONORS

Positions and Employment:

Consultant, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, Creighton University, School of Medicine, Omaha, NE, Feb 76 - Jan 78          

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, Creighton University, School of Medicine, Omaha, NE. Feb 78 - Jun 79          

Project Director, Intensive Services for Families at Risk Project, Meyer Children’s Rehabilitation Institute, Omaha, NE, Oct 77 - Jan 82

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, Creighton University, School of Medicine, Omaha, NE. Feb 78 - Jun 79

Co-Principal Investigator, Competency Based Training for Parents Project, Meyer Children’s  Rehabilitation Institute, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE, July 79 - Jan 82

Principal Investigator, Intensive Services for Family at Risk Project, Meyer Children’s Rehabilitation Institute, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE, July 79 - Jan 82

Project Director, Development of a Microprocessor Based Workstation for Multi-handicapped Students, Department of Special Education, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE, July 83 - Oct 84

Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Nebraska, Omaha, NE, May 84 - Dec 87

Director Project Participate, Department of Psychology, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE, Sep 85 - Aug 88

Adjunct Associate Professor, Fellow of Graduate Faculty, Department of Psychology;  Department of Counseling and Special Education, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE, Jan 85 - Aug 88

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver, CO,  June 93 - May 99

Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Colorado Health Sciences  Center, Denver, CO, June 99 -present

 

Other Experience and Professional Memberships:

Private Practice, Omaha, NE, Jan 82 - Jun 88

Senior Psychologist, Kaiser Permanente, Charlotte, NC, Sep 88 - May 93

American Psychological Association, 1977-present

 

TEACHING ACTIVITIES

Classes

Adult psychotherapy case conference for psychology interns, 1995-1999 

Case conference for 6-7 psychology interns over 6 months each year.

Brief psychotherapy seminar for psychology interns, 1995-2004

  • Taught for 6-7 psychology interns over 10 sessions each year.
  • Human Behavior Sequence – Discussion group leader 1st and 2nd year medical students, 2001 - present 

  • Classes of 8 medical students taught over 30 sessions per year prior to 2007 and 16 sessions a year currently.
  • JFK's Key Concepts course - Intervention for Children and Youth with Disabilities
  • Training:

    Member of Psychology Internship Training Committee, 1995 – present

    Supervision and Advising

    Advisor to one psychology intern each year, 1996 – present

    Masters Thesis Committee Member: Patricia Smith, University of Nebraska Omaha, 1985.

    Masters Thesis Committee Member: Janet Filer, University of Nebraska Omaha, 1988.

    Dissertation Committee Member:  Lou Ann Humphrey, University of Denver, 2003.

    Dissertation Committee Member:  Kathleen Gonzalez-Wehrman, University of Denver, 2005.

    Dissertation Committee Member:  Stephanie Watkins, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 2012.

    Dissertation Committee Member: Norbert Soke, Colorado School of Public Health, 2015 

    Faculty Advisor: Yvonne Kellar-Guenther, Associate Professor, University of Colorado Denver, 2001-2008.

     

    CLINICAL ACTIVITIES

    Individual psychotherapy of adults and children

     

    SCHOLARSHIPS AND PUBLICATIONS

    Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications (since 2014):

    Kellar-Guenther Y Rosenberg SA Block SR & Robinson CC (2014). Parent involvement in early intervention: what role does setting play? Early Years: An International Research Journal, 34, 81–93.

    Block SR, Wheeland L & Rosenberg SA (2014) Improving human service effectiveness through the deconstruction of case management: A case study on the emergence of a team-based model of service coordination, Human Services Organizations Management, Leadership & Governance, 38, 16-28, DOI: 10.1080/03643107.2013.853007.

    McManus BM Magnusson D & Rosenberg SA (2014). Restricting state Part C eligibility policy is associated with lower early intervention utilization. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 18, 1031-1037.

    Watkins S Jonsson-Funk M Brookhart MA Rosenberg SA O’Shea M & Daniels J (2014). Preschool motor skills following physical and occupational therapy services among non-disabled very low birth weight children Matern Child Health J, 18, 821–828.

    Wiggins, L. D., Reynolds, A., Rice, C. A., Moody, E.J., Bernal, P. Blaskey, L., Rosenberg, S. A., Lee, L.-C., Levy, S. E. (2015). Using standardized diagnostic instruments to classify children with Autism in the Study to Explore Early Development J Autism Dev Disord, 45, 1271-1280.

    Block, S. R., Rosenberg, S.A., Kellar-Guenther Y., Robinson, C. C. & Goetze, L. (2015). Child and parent characteristics affecting the authorization and expenditure of funds for early intervention services. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 26, 3-11. 

    McManus BM, Robinson CC, Rosenberg SA. (2016). Identifying infants and toddlers at high risk for persistent delays. Matern Child Health J., 20, 639–645. PubMed PMID: 26518005

    Soke GN, Rosenberg SA, Hamman RF, Fingerlin T, Robinson C, Carpenter L, Giarelli E, Lee LC, Wiggins LD, Durkin MS, DiGuiseppi C. (2016). Brief Report: Prevalence of Self-injurious Behaviors among Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder-A Population-Based Study. Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders, 46, 3607-3614. PMID: 27565654

    DiGuiseppi CG, Daniels JL, Fallin DM, Rosenberg SA, Schieve LA, Thomas KC, Windham GC, Goss CW, Soke GN, Currie DW, Singer AB, Lee LC,  Bernal P, Croen LA, Miller LA, Pinto-Martin JA, Young LM, Schendel DE. Demographic profile of families and children in the Study to Explore Early Development (SEED): Case-control study of autism spectrum disorder. (2016). Disability & Health Journal, 9, 544-551. PMID: 26917104

    DiGuiseppi C, Levy S, Soke GN, Rosenberg S, Sabourin KR, Lee L-C, Moody E, Schieve L. (2016). Injuries in children with autism spectrum disorder: study to explore early development (SEED). Injury Prevention, 22 (Suppl 2), A173.3-A174.

    Soke GN, Rosenberg SA, Hamman RF, Fingerlin T, Rosenberg CR, Carpenter L, Lee LC, Giarelli E, Wiggins LD, Durkin MS, Reynolds A, DiGuiseppi C. (2017). Factors Associated with self-injurious behaviors in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Findings from two large national samples. Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders, 47, 285-296. PMID: 27830427

    Harris J, Rosenberg SA (2017). Carl N. Zimet (1925–2015). American Psychologist, 72, 401-401.

    Rosenberg, SA, Elbaum B, Rosenberg CR, Kellar-Guenther Y, McManus BM (in press). The U.S. Department of Education’s early intervention child outcomes evaluation is flawed. American Journal of Evaluation.

     

    Grants and Contracts:

    Web Based Continuing Education for School Staff on Increasing Participation of Students with Disabilities. Colorado Division of High Education
    12/01/2008 – 11/30/2009
    Role: Project Director
    Project goal: This project will revise the PDI continuing education course and make it fully web accessible.

    Web-PDI, U.S. Department of Education
    01/01/05-6/30/08
    Role: Project Director 
    Project goal: This project provides developed a continuing education course for special educators to promote inclusion of students in learning activities.

    Wraparound Care Coordination for Part C Children, HRSA
    09/01/2005 – 08/31/2009
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Project goal: Evaluate the efficacy of Wraparound services for families enrolled in Part C services.

    Project Bloom, SAMHSA
    09/30/02-04/30/06
    Role: Evaluator
    Project goal: The major goal of this project is to establish and evaluate a system of care for young children with SED.

    UIDCCU820391 CDPHE/CDCP Centers for Excellence for Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities
    10/1/01-9/30/11
    Role: Evaluator
    Project goal: The major goal of this project is to develop and implement a surveillance study to detect the prevalence of autism and within individuals with autism the prevalence of secondary health issues.