Awarded the 2018 Educator of the Year Award by the Learning Disability Association of America!

 I will  be offering workshops in the PSW approach to identifying a SLD to the following groups: Westwood School District (9/5); Fairfleld School District (9/14); Little Silver School District (9/22); Mountain Lakes School District (10/4); Hanover Park School district (10/9); NJ Association of Learning Consultants (10/20); Newark School District (11/2, 11/6); Rutgers GSAPP Continuing Education (12/6).

I continue to offer training in conducting evaluations for specific learning disabilities at the following districts: Westwood (1/15/24); Newark (2/20 & 2/22/24); Southampton (2/16/24); and Burlington (2/26/24).


Refocusing Education Post COVID-19: Affective Attunement and the Human Needs of Students, Teachers, and Parents (1 CE) “The New Jersey Psychologist, Spring, 2021 71(2), 23-27. (Continuing Education course)

 Korner, S. (2016). Determination of eligibility for special education in New Jersey: Integrating best practices, federal regulations, and state code. The New Jersey Psychologist, 66(4), 30-32.

Korner, S. (2013). Emotional attunement in the classroom: The importance of being connected. The New Jersey Psychologist, 63(2), 40-45.

Korner, S. (2002). Child psychotherapy revisited: The power of unwanted feelings. The New Jersey Psychologist, 52(2), 33-36.(Reprinted by invitation in the Psychogram, the official newsletter of the Virginia Academy of Clinical Psychologists, Fall, 2002, 27(4), 20, 24-27).

Korner, S. (2000). Object constancy and personal psychotherapy: Back to the future. The New Jersey Psychologist, 50(2), 10-11, 34-35.

Kaufman, M., & Korner, S. (1997). Psychotherapists’ perceptions of their trainers  and training emphases. The Clinical Supervisor, 16(1), 97-115.

Korner, S. (1997). [Review of the book Incestuous Families: An ecological approach to understanding and treatment]. Psychotherapy in Private Practice, 16(2), 71-72.

Korner, S., & Goldberg, E.H. (1996). Gender and therapist-patient matrix: Gender bias or gender sensitivity? Psychotherapy in Private Practice, 15(3), 33-52.

Korner, S. (1995). Risk management and the resolution of treatment destructive resistances or Consulting with patients to prevent malpractice. Psychotherapy in Private Practice, 13(4),33-48.

Korner, S. (1992).  [Review of the book Acting assertively at work:  A self-help  manual]Psychotherapy in Private Practice, 10(1/2), 203.

Korner, S. (1991). Review of the book Therapist techniques and client outcomes: Eight cases of brief psychotherapy].Psychotherapy in Private Practice, 9(2), 152-154.

Korner, S. (1990).  Evaluating child sexual abuse:  Who is the client?  Psychotherapy in Private Practice, 8(2), 1-12.

Korner, S, & Brown, G. (1990).  Exclusion of children from family psychotherapy:  Family therapists’ beliefs and practices.   Journal of Family Psychology, 3(4) 420-430.

Korner, S.  (1989).  Reflections on learning and doing psychotherapy.  The Clinical Supervisor, 7(4), 21-29.

Korner, S. & Hebert, P. (1988).  Policies and procedure manual for the Human Services Center.  Available from Steven Korner, PH.D., director, Human Services Center, College of Education and Human Services, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey.

Korner, S. (1988).  Family therapists and children:  A case of neglect?  Psychotherapy in Private Practice, 6(1), 101-113.

Korner, S. (1986).  The family therapist as systems’ therapist: treating the workplace.  Psychotherapy in Private Practice, 4(2), 63-76.

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