Catherine Steiner-Adair, Ed.D., is an internationally recognized clinical psychologist, school consultant, and author. Dr. Steiner-Adair has been a consultant to over 350 independent and public schools, working with school heads, boards, teachers, parents, and students on a wide range of topics related to strengthening children's social and emotional development, shaping school culture to increase students' confidence and competence as emerging leaders, and deepening parents' connections to their children. Dr. Steiner-Adair is currently researching and writing a book on the impact of technology on childhood, and how to nourish family connections in the age of technology. Her earlier award-winning research on cultural values that contributed to the emergence of eating disorders among the most academically capable and economically advantaged girls led to the development of the highly acclaimed middle school program Full of Ourselves: A Wellness Program to Advance Girl Power, Health, and Leadership, which is the first successful school-based primary prevention program of its kind. As a resource to the media, Dr. Steiner-Adair has appeared on The Today Show, CNN, Good Morning America, The Discovery Channel, and in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Christian Science Monitor, National Geographic, Vogue, Good Housekeeping, Seventeen, and also on NPR radio and in several documentaries. Dr. Steiner-Adair is a clinical instructor in the Department of Psychology at Harvard Medical School, an associate psychologist at McLean Hospital, and has a private practice in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.