Steven J. Wolin, M.D.
Steven Wolin is well known for his contributions around alcohol abuse, alcoholism, codependence, and resilience, in teens, to the field of family therapy. More specifically, he has explored family therapy techniques with couples, families, children, and teens struggling with the family disease of substance and/or alcohol problems, and an application of resilience to those facing adversities.
Dr. Wolin obtained his medical degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 1966, in addition to completing a specialization in psychiatry from 1967 to 1970. He is currently in Washington D.C. as a clinical professor of psychiatry for George Washington University Medical School, while he maintains a private practice as well as other academic posts. He also received many National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) grants from 1974 to 1992 as well as other grants that supported the American Society on Addiction Medicine and the...
- Desetta, A., & Wolin, S. (Eds.). (2000). The struggle to be strong: True stories by teens about overcoming tough times. Minneapolis: Free Spirit Publishing.Google Scholar
- Steinglass, P., Bennett, L., Wolin, S. J., & Reiss, D. (1987). The alcoholic family. New York: Basic Books.Google Scholar
- Wolin, S. J., & Wolin, S. (1993). The resilient self: How survivors of troubled families rise above adversity. New York: Villard Books.Google Scholar
- Wolin, S., Desetta, A., & Hefner, K. (2000). A leader’s guide to the struggle to be strong: How to foster resilience in teens. Minneapolis: Free Spirit Publishing.Google Scholar