Beth Karassik

1095 S. Main Street
Cheshire, Connecticut 06410
United States
Office Phone: 203-271-3809
Member since 2007
Membership Type: IACP

Profession(s)

Psychologist

My expertise in neuropsychology gives me insight into the brain's response to stress, loss and trauma and how emotions affect decision-making during difficult times like divorce. My own divorce gave me a deep understanding of what it's like to go through this transition. After divorcing, I trained in Collaborative Practice and Mediation - my piece of peace-building in the world. In my Collaborative Divorce practice I work as a Family Specialist/Divorce Coach and Child Specialist and bring a real appreciation of the impact of divorce on families and couples. As a clinical neuropsychologist trained in Discernment Counseling, Mediation, and Collaborative Divorce I works with people at all stages of contemplating or entering into the divorce process. I am co-chair of the Connecticut Council for Non-Adversarial Divorce (CCND) Professional Development Committee and a Board and Executive Committee member.

Area(s) of Practice: Family Specialist, Divorce Coach, Child Specialist, Discernment Counseling
License(s): Clinical Psychology

Professional Activities

International Academy of Collaborative Professionals Connecticut Council for Non-Adversarial Divorce, Board Member & Co-Chair Professional Development Committee American Psychological Association Connecticut Psychological Association

Undergraduate Education

Wellesley College, 1979, Summa Cum Laude

Postgraduate Education

Emory University, 1989, Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology

Comments

Trained and involved as a Family Specialist/Divorce Coach and as a Child Specialist. Also trained in Discernment Counseling, for those couples considering, on the brink of, divorce, which sets them up powerfully for Collaborative work, if they choose divorce.