Dr. Beth M. Karassik has been with CNS since 1992. She is a licensed psychologist and a respected pediatric neuropsychologist with broad-based experience spanning over 30 years in clinical and forensic psychology and neuropsychology. Her training affords her a deep understanding of what drives, motivates, and sustains human behavior. Dr. Karassik received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Emory University in 1989. She completed her postdoctoral neuropsychology training in California at St. Jude Hospital and Rehabilitation Center and at NeuroCare.

Dr. Karassik has been trained as a Family Specialist/Divorce Coach and Child Specialist in the Collaborative Practice of Divorce. In her Collaborative Divorce practice, she brings a deep appreciation, based on personal experience, of the impact of divorce on families and couples.

Dr. Karassik also consults with physicians, attorneys, and educators regarding differential diagnosis, educational planning, and treatment recommendations for children and adults with a broad range of neuropsychological, learning, emotional, and behavioral disorders. She provides expert testimony in depositions and in court. She also provides outpatient psychological and neuropsychological services to both children and adults.

Dr. Karassik is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA), the Connecticut Psychological Association (CPA), and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP), and she is a Board Member and co-chair of the Professional Development Committee of the Connecticut Council for Non-Adversarial Divorce (CCND; www.gooddivorcect.com). Dr. Karassik is affiliated as both a Family Specialist/Divorce Coach and a Child Specialist with the Collaborative Divorce Team of Connecticut (CDTC; www.collaborativedivorceteamct.com), and she is co-President of Divorce Solutions of Connecticut (DSC; www.mydivorcect.com).

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Dr. Karassik is committed to supporting children, adults, and families in creating new possibilities for the future and in transforming their lives in ways that align with their values and what matters most to them and that serve their best interests.


Comprehensive Neuropsychological Services, P.C.
1095 South Main St.
Cheshire, CT 06410

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