Marcia Sheinberg, MSW
Marcia Sheinberg, MSW, is an internationally renowned family and couple theorist and therapist who has made outstanding contributions in several areas of clinical theory and practice. She is also an influential educator based at the Ackerman Institute for the Family.
Sheinberg received her BA in Sociology from Douglass College at Rutgers University in 1965 and her MSW from the NYU School of Social Work in 1970. In 1979, she received a postgraduate certificate in family therapy at Ackerman, where her major mentor was Olga Silverstein. Sheinberg’s first positions were as a case worker in the South East Bronx for the department of social service and as a staff social worker at the Children’s Aid Society in Buffalo, New York. She later was a social worker for the Princeton, New Jersey regional school system, from 1972 to 1982. Her major positions have been at the Ackerman Institute, where she began as a faculty member in 1980 and served as...
- Sheinberg, M., & Fraenkel, P. (2001). The relational trauma of incest: A family-based approach to treatment. New York: Guilford.Google Scholar